Crossing Dragon Gate For Career And Success

  • A Feng Shui Crossing Dragon Gate is a symbol of determination and strength.
  • The Carp swims upstream by repeatedly jumping out of the water and towards the heavens – this is a representation of an attainment of ambitions and aspirations.
  • As per Feng Shui, Carp brings many other benefits, including educational luck, enhancement of marriage quality, good fortune and luck in literary pursuits.

22-1-2016-crossing-dragon-gate copyAs per ancient story, the Carp made a treacherous journey, it is seen as a symbol of determination and strength. For many centuries, the Carp has been regarded as the traditional Feng Shui fish. It is a very strong creature, and there is a tale behind this. It is said that the carps attempted to swim against the powerful current of the Yellow River, so that they could swim through the Crossing Dragon Gates and be transformed into a Dragon. Because the Carp made such a treacherous journey, it is seen as a symbol of determination and strength. Also, the Carp swims upstream by repeatedly jumping out of the water and towards the heavens – this is a representation of an attainment of ambitions and aspirations.

The Feng Shui Carp brings many other benefits, including educational luck, enhancement of marriage quality, good fortune and luck in literary pursuits. With all these advantages, you will be able to overcome any obstacles in your way, as well as overthrow any competition. Here are some useful Feng Shui tips on the placement of this good luck symbol:

  1. If you have the useful Feng Shui features of waterfalls, aquariums or ponds already placed in your home, you can combine the Carp with these elements to bring its better effects to your family.
  2. This Feng Shui product is very useful for influential icons such as managers and bosses, as well as employees, to allow for personal development and optimize money-making opportunities. In addition to this, the Carp will bring out your best features and allow you to keep your game sharp and overcome competition.
  3. Your personal “Nien Yien” (Romance) direction can be determined by Feng Shui Kua formula. When this is revealed, display the double Feng Shui Carps over Dragon Gate in this direction to solidify a stable marriage filled with happiness and harmony.
  4. When placed on the North corner of your desk at work, this good luck charm will create a healthy environment in which you can steadily advance up your career path.
  5. To enhance the effects of #8 Water Star in your home which has the ability to attract torrent of wealth, display 8 Carp figurines in your Sheng Chi direction. Embedding gold coins and golden ingots around these fantastic fish will create the mood for more wealth in your home. In addition to this, the swimming Carps will allow for smooth sailing in any endeavours you embark upon.
  6. This lucky charm can be displayed anywhere in the home; wherever you choose to place it, it will bring your family joy and good fortune.
  7. According to Feng Shui Bagua 8 Life Aspiration formula, the Northeast sector is the generator of educational enhancement – displaying the Feng Shui Carps over Dragon Gate in this corner of your desk will ensure perseverance and determination crucial for an improvement in grades, and allow for mental clarity to better test results. It will also increase your overall intelligence and common sense.
  8. To enhance wealth luck for all your family members, display this lucky charm in prominent premises in your home, such as in the main family room, front hall, living room or dining room.
  9. When this Feng Shui Product is positioned as arriving from your Sheng Chi direction (Feng Shui Kua), they will bring with them a huge flow of windfall luck, as well as a large increase in income from your business ventures.
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