8 Aspirations Money FrogThe Eight Aspirations Money Frog focuses on bringing in wealth and makes sure the 8
Aspirations are enhanced in your household. The 8 Aspirations of the Pa Kua comprise of:
Fame, Relationships, Children, New Beginnings, Career, Health, and Prosperity. This is
an amazing item that combines all of these into one nice item and the design is correct
in Feng Shui terms. At the base is a Later Heaven Sequence which enhances the 8
aspirations, on top of it is a bed of wealth coins. The Money Frog (more correctly known
as the Three Legged Toad) is perched comfortably on the top. An amazing item and as of
recently very popular. Please enquire if you wish to buy them as a set of three (8
Aspirations Pi Yao, Dragon and Money Frog) for savings on shipping.
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