Feng Shui     Feng Shui Remedies         Feng Shui Articles     Learn Feng Shui     Feng Shui Advice & Tips        

Brass Arowana (Dragon Fish)

Arowanas are immensely popular amongst businessmen in Asia. Throughout Chinese culture, they are strong enhancers of wealth. Fishes represent abundance while the Dragon brings in wealth and prosperity. The Arowana is a dragon fish and thus you will enjoy dual blessings. Can be used as cures against malignant stars #2 and #5 for those who practice Flying Star Feng Shui and prefer a more convenient remedy than a bulky windchime.
  

Brass Arowana (Dragon Fish)



       




Customers who purchased this item also purchased these items
Large Laughing Buddha of AbundanceLarge Laughing B...
It is placed prominently within the premises to attract good luck, joyous news, and good fortune. Those who wish to benefit the mo...




Rare Pure Jade Tortoise - Hand CarvedRare Pure Jade T...
This item was hand carved at a monastery in Myanmar, in the Golden Triangle (a dangerous and inaccessible place). The Burmese Hand...





Related items that are usable together or similar in type
Red Eye Brass Chi Lin PairRed Eye Brass Ch...
The mythical Chinese Unicorn, known as Chi Lin, is also referred to as the Dragon Horse. The Chi Lin's presence attracts the p...




Dragon Tortoise on IngotDragon Tortoise ...
The Dragon Tortoise on Ingot brings forth career success and longevity. Popular with business people and executives and many l...





Kwan Yin: Goddess of Mercy
Kuan Yin is the bodhisattva of compassion as venerated by East Asian Buddhists as the Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara. Commonly known in the West as the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin is also revered by Chinese Taoists as an Immortal. The name Kuan Yin is short for Kuan Shih Yin which means 'Observing the Sounds of the World'. In Japanese, Kuan Yin is called Kannon or more formally Kanzeon ; the spelling Kwannon, based on a pre-modern pronunciation, is so...Kwan Yin in Full

Hotei: Laughing Buddha
The image of Hotei is almost always seen carrying a cloth or linen sack, which never empties, and is filled with many precious items, including rice plants (indicating wealth), sweets for children, food, and the woes of the world. Sometimes it can be filled with children, as they are seen as some of those precious items of this world. His duty is patron of the weak, poor and children. In some scenes he may be found sitting on a cart drawn by boys...Laughing Buddha in Full


Previous Feng Shui ItemFeng Shui Enhancers MainNext Feng Shui Item
Coins
Animals
Amulets
Guardians
Gifts
Special
View All Items

Health
Wealth
Romance
Career
Protection








Copyright © 1995-2015, Smiling Bamboo Ltd.