The Yingxiangleiqie 盈箱累箧 talisman is a traditional and potent Feng Shui cure that works similarly to Chinese New Year couplets in the sense that they are used as a cure and enhancer for this auspicious influence in the east. In 2019, the #6 annual star flies into the east where we have the inherent #3 wood star which will be draining energy from the #6; we need to introduce some powerful earth cures to the east palace to balance this energy and allow the annual star to be activated, which, is why we have included the Sheng Chi cure with all of the 2019 annual and or deluxe cures and enhancers kits.
It is vital that the east is treated with the proper cures this year, which makes this Talisman an essential cure in this sector in the year of the Yin Earth Pig as this cure is placed to enhance the drained energy of the visiting #6 star. We had the Yingxiangleiqie Talisman specially made for us for the year of the Yin Earth Pig to exact measurements and specification as every single part of this cure must be precise.
The ancient inscription on the front of the Sheng Chi Talisman is a powerful Fu Talisman to enhance career and success luck in the year of the Pig and is extremely powerful when placed in the east in 2019 to enhance the #6 annual star.
It is vital that wherever you order this Talisman from it has this inscription on the front as the inscription is crucial to activate the Sheng Chi cure. With the #6 star located in the east, this can affect the eldest male in the home or office and is also powerful for males in general.
The Yingxiangleiqie Sheng Chi cure is placed to protect, enhance and attract wealth luck, social status, career, health and relationships with others during 2019 and when placed looking into the room, the Sheng Chi cure will help to bring harmony to the building for the year ahead. The translation for the Yingxiangleiqie Sheng Chi cure reads as “to fill boxes and baskets to the brim with treasures” which makes this a potent cure and enhancer for 2019.
One of the most critical aspects of this cure is the actual length and width of the cure. In traditional Feng Shui you have auspicious and inauspicious measurements, and the length of the overall cure must fall within a Kwan sector which is approximately between 21.5 – 27 cm, the Yingxiangleiqie Sheng Chi Cure is nicely sited around 23.5cm (Kwan) which is said to bring prosperity, honour, power, luck and strong wealth luck. In traditional and authentic Feng Shui, measurement is so very important, and even a few more millimetres on the width of the slate would take the sector into Chieh which is said to bring loss and death. Our Feng Shui software has all the measurements built into it, and it is something we have personally used with excellent results for over 38 years.
Another important aspect is the red Chinese six-row rhombus Mystic Knot is also known as the Pan Chang Knot, and it denotes the endless cycle of nature and a perfect enhancer for the #6 star in 2019.
When recreating the Yingxiangleiqie Sheng Chi cure, it is essential that we use the five elements to create a Sheng cycle to create a good synergy in the east. A Sheng cycle is a balance of all five elements – metal, water, wood, fire and earth.
We use the slate which represents earth
the shape of the slate represents wood
the colour of the red ribbon represents fire
the I-Ching coin on the back of the Sheng Chi cure represents metal
the colour of the slate represents water
With the #6 star entering the east this year, we need to create a Sheng cycle to enhance the visiting metal element and the inherent wood element which is why this cure has been carefully selected, so we have all five elements present through colour, shape and material. Whilst this is classed as a cure we have also incorporated a special i-ching coin facing yin side which is said to protect your wealth and stop money flowing away and with the combination of all the five elements (Wu Xing) we create a cure and enhancer that is said to turn bad into good, this really is a lovely cure and enhancer and is vital in 2019 to enhance the #6 wealth star.
At the Feng Shui Store, you will probably notice that we only release around 30-40 products a year and offer as much advice and information as possible rather than filling the site with something we would not personally recommend or have not tried ourselves. It is our belief and ethos that we only release cures and enhancers that we would use in our own homes and offices.
Full detailed instructions are included; all our products are cleansed of negative energy and empowered with positive Sheng Ch’i energy. Approximate size: 23 cm (L) x 6 cm (W) – 9 inches (L) x 2.4 inches (W)
Where do I place the Yingxiangleiqie sheng chi talisman in 2019?
The Yingxiangleiqie sheng chi talisman should be placed in the east of your home or office or the east part of your room
How do I display the Yingxiangleiqie sheng chi talisman in 2019?
You should place the Yingxiangleiqie sheng chi talisman should be displayed as shown in the image above. We provide very detailed instructions on placement with this cure to make sure you activate it correctly
When should I present the Yingxiangleiqie sheng chi talisman?
You should place the Yingxiangleiqie sheng chi talisman any time from the 4th February 2019 to the 3rd February 2020
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.