Feng Shui Meanings and Placement

Feng Shui – Placement and Meanings

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Animals in Feng Shui

Meanings and Placement of Animals has been a long tradition in many Eastern Cultures. In this Information Blog we try to help you find the right placement in your home/office for Feng Shui Items.

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http://www.soulhaven.com.au

ELEPHANT

Posted by soulhaven on August 9, 2006

In Feng Shui the Elephant is known to be an excellent Good Fortune symbol that represents power and prominence associated with the head of the family or company and is known to be the granter of wishes.  Placing your elephant facing your door will deter intruders. There are many different menaings for the Elephant, along similar lines. It depends on the way the trunk is displayed as to the meaning or power of this anilmal.

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BAT

Posted by soulhaven on August 9, 2006

Symbolises luck, happiness and long life.Five bats represents  five blessings from heaven: longevity, wealth, health, love and a natural death at a ripe age. Five bats represent the yang symbol of prosperity. Bringing  extreme happiness and a peaceful life with few problems. Together with the symbol of longevity in the center, it’s an auspicious emblem of prosperity, happiness and longevity. Hang 5 Bats in the northwest to bring you heaven luck, mentor luck, networking luck, attracting helpful people to support your undertakings. Hung in SE or wealth corners, they magnify riches instantly.

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CAT

Posted by soulhaven on August 9, 2006

Cat: symbol of agility, magic, mystery. The domesticated cat watches for unpredictable happenings and things that the people in the house can’t see.The cat represents agility in body and spirit and can teach one to develop clearer perceptions. This animal totem is resourceful, strong and fearless. Use it to increase courage and confidence.When you connect with a cat, magic and mystery come alive.

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CICADA

Posted by soulhaven on August 9, 2006

Immortality, eternal youth and joy

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CRANES

Posted by soulhaven on August 9, 2006

Longevity and fidelity

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DOG

Posted by soulhaven on August 9, 2006

Protection and abundance

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DRAGON

Posted by soulhaven on August 9, 2006

Nobility, power and creativity. See Dragons in the left index for further information

**Also see DRAGON category**

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DUCK

Posted by soulhaven on August 9, 2006

Happiness, Love. mandarin ducks are symbolic of a happy marriage, good relationships and happiness for couples. Because they have beautiful plumage and they mate for life, indicating a long and happy relationship. they are always placed together as a pair, to help strenghten a relationship. they may also be used to bring romance to a single person looking for love.

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EAGLE

Posted by soulhaven on August 9, 2006

Farsightedness and daring

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HORSE

Posted by soulhaven on August 9, 2006

Perserverence, speed and refinement.The Horse also symbolizes purity and loyalty. Use for letterhead if your business is travel, flight, trade, transportation. Horses must look towards home/office.

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