The Elephant embodies strength, dignity, virility, fertility, prudence, wisdom and intelligence all qualities of a capable leader. It enables promotional opportunities, all the way to the top & provides stability as well as power when you reach there. At the same time, your relationships with those you work with will also improve. You will gain support & help from subordinates & colleagues. This Icon is perfect for career-minded men and women, who are climbing the career ladder, in the management level & vying for the higher & more important positions in corporate world. Placement: In office – place elephants facing outwards to guard against competitors. In home – place them besides the door facing inside to bring good luck.
Use and placement of the Feng Shui Bejeweled Elephant Symbol
- feng shui placement of the elephant symbol bring you fame and fortune.
- Use of the Elephant Symbol as a Love Cure .It means having a pair of elephants in the bedroom — or in the Love & Marriage area of the bagua to activate the love relationship.
- Place Elephant at home or office be it Protection, good luck, wisdom, and fertility are the main feng shui energies brought by the symbol of the elephant into any space.
- Elephant as a Fertility Feng Shui Cure ,it is one of the most popular Feng Shui symbol for Fertility cure is to display elephant images beside your bed. At the same times it promotes love and faithfulness between couples.
- Elephant as a Protection Feng Shui Cure Placing a pair of elephant statues at the front door (placed outside) and facing outward to bring protection and stability to the household.
- Do not place this elephant in your toilet/bathroom and kitchen. Placing in Bedroom is NOT encouraged.
- Elephants are considered a symbol of good luck for many reasons, Elephants are considered a symbol of good fortune and success for many reasons, most of them tracing their origin to ancient folklore, as well as Indian religion and mythology.
- Feng Shui Bejeweled Elephant are considered a symbol of Wisdom and Knowledge for many reasons, The elephant is one of the sacred animals in Buddhism and Hinduism, as well as often depicted in Asian mythology.