Feng Shui Laughing Buddha With Raised Ingot for Goodluck and Wealth

30jan-Feng Shui Laughing Buddha With Raised Ingot for Goodluck & Wealth copyLaughing Buddha also called as the Chinese laughing man or happy man is a good luck feng shui statue that brings wealth, happiness, wisdom and knowledge.

The laughing Buddha is regarded as one of the most auspicious Gods of wealth. It brings prosperity, success and financial gains to the house. However, the location of placing the Laughing Buddha is important. It has to be placed at an height of some 30” approximate and should be facing the main door directly. The Laughing Buddha greets the energies that enter from the main gate and activates them manifold, and turns highly prosperous. If this location is not possible, the next best place to keep the Laughing Buddha is on a side table or a corner table, which is diagonally opposite to the main door and facing the door. It is not advisable to keep the Laughing Buddha in a bedroom or in the dining room.

This God of wealth is not worshipped or prayed to, but just displayed and its presence is purely symbolic and auspicious. There are many forms of Laughing Buddha. Some are in standing position and some are in the sitting position. However using any form of Laughing Buddha, may it be having a bag behind him, may it be in the form of holding an ingot in his hands or may it be sitting on the bed of the coins and ingots, are all good and therefore advisable. Divya Mantra presents a range of laughing Buddhas in various forms and materials to reap the benefits of the knowledge of Feng Shui and the sparkling energy of the Laughing Buddha for good luck, abundance, happiness, success, good health and everything good.

Laughing Buddha products from Divya Mantra range from showpiece figurines, big statues, good luck cards printed with the image of laughing Buddha to fashion accessories like keychains, bracelets, necklaces etc.

 

 

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