Jin shu da Xiang jewelled metallic Elephant
With the auspicious #1 star entering the southwest in 2023, we need to use a very special enhancer this year, especially as we move closer to period 9 in 2024, as the #1 star is future wealth like pensions, savings, stocks, shares, investments etc, and this must be tapped into this year more than ever. The traditional enhancer is placing a single metallic colour Elephant with his trunk raised with jewels on his back representing water and metal, so the Elephant must be metallic in colour as this represents metal, and you must only use a metallic Elephant that falls in the “Chai” band of auspicious measurements which of course ours does.
The overall size of the actual height of the statue is crucial to get right as in traditional Feng Shui, you have auspicious and inauspicious measurements, and the height of the figure (must not include the height of the trunk when raised) must fall within a Chai sector which is approximately between 0 – 55mm, and this statue is perfectly sited within 50mm (Chai) which is said to bring wealth creation and protection and said to bring six types of good fortune.
In Feng Shui, the Elephant is a strong symbol of strength, wisdom, protection, and courage, and this honoured Elephant is a beautiful representation with his trunk raised in victory, which is so important in Feng Shui as a trunk downwards represents a loss of wealth and bad luck making this Elephant the best you can get. After 2023, you can also place this Elephant looking onto a door to symbolise the arrival of good luck and good fortune, or facing outward (if placed outside) for protection of the building. You can also use them on a windowsill again, symbolising protection. Unlike Fu Dogs, these Elephants are not handed so they can be placed on either side.
When we select our products, we do not just look at the product or even the price; we first look at the stature and how they hold themselves, this is so very important in Feng Shui, especially when selecting Deities and animals such as an Elephant and often overlooked with suppliers, we have turned down hundreds of products over the years because of this strict ethos we hold.
2023 Placement Instructions
As of the 4th of February 2023, this cure should be placed in the southwest of your home or office or the southwest area of an important room like an office, bedroom, living room etc.
Where do I place the Jin shu da Xiang jewelled metallic Elephant in 2023?
The Jin shu da Xiang jewelled metallic Elephant should be placed in the southwest of your home or office or southwest area of an important room.
How do I display the Jin shu da Xiang jewelled metallic Elephant?
You should place the Jin shu da Xiang jewelled metallic Elephant on a desk, table or shelf; the elephant should have the front of the trunk facing into the middle of the room as this represents bringing wealth and good luck into the home. We provide very detailed instructions on placement with this cure to make sure you activate it correctly.
When should I display the Jin shu da Xiang jewelled metallic Elephant?
You should place the Jin shu da Xiang jewelled metallic Elephant any time from the 4th February 2023 to the 3rd February 2024
Size and weight (60 (h) x 70 (w) mm – 2.3 x 2.7 inch) 50 grams
We only sell traditional and authentic Feng Shui Cures that in our opinion get results; we do not sell gimmicky Mc’feng shui cures or any other products that fall in line with a lot of pop up Feng Shui shops get rich quick schemes. Every single product that we sell has been tried and tested by us to monitor the results before we even think of selling it to the public and the quality and effectiveness are the most important part when selecting any product that we sell, this is our ethos now and has been since we started in 1999 and the reason why our store is NOT full of hundreds of products from lucky Feng Shui bin bags to auspicious yin yang chocolate.
All of our products are cleansed of any negative energy that may have become present during production and are empowered with positive Sheng Ch’i when they reach us and again when they are sent out for delivery.