Prosperity BuddhaOne of the most popular deities for those who want to have a constant flow of auspicious news and wealth. He is constantly travelling, carrying ingots for wealth, wu lous for health, a sack full of good news, and an auspicious talisman to bless the house. Always laughing and wanting to make you join him in his laughter, you simply must 'invite' him to your house! A very popular Feng Shui enhancer used by authentic Feng Shui Masters in asia. Very heavy and sturdy, its presence is simply amazing and very classy. Best placed in your living room or work desk, preferably in/facing your success direction.
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