Prosperity Sphere ~ Absorbs Shar ChiThe Prosperity Sphere absorbs the existing chi within the area and converts it to Auspicious Chi within the surrounding area. Great for placement on your work desk or at home where you think there is a high level of stagnant chi. This is very popular amongst households and retailers in Southeast Asia. Every few weeks, make sure to wipe it to clear off any Si Chi residue.
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