Sunday, April 19, 2009

Liu Li Arowana

Length: 22cm

This absolutely stunning looking Liu Li Arowana depicted swimming up against a strong current.

Symbolic meaning and uses
Arowana is a tropical fish reputed to be the world’s most expensive freshwater aquarium fish where a decent size of certain varieties may cost up to ten of thousands of dollars. Because of its close resemblance of the oriental dragon - with its two ‘whiskers’, scales and the way it glides through the water, the Arowana is also commonly known as the golden dragon fish by the Chinese. The Chinese character for fish, ‘yu’ means abundance and coupled with the dragon being the ultimate good luck symbol, the Arowana is hence a very powerful Feng Shui enhancer associated with wealth, luck, strength and power which justify why it’s so highly prized. Many well-known and rich oriental businessmen strongly believe that keeping Arowana in their offices has helped make their businesses prosper.

The Arowana is a powerful Feng Shui fish. Here is how this elegant Exquisite Golden Arowana For Abundance can be used to feng shui your way to better life:

  1. Display the Liuli Arowana in the North sector of your house, rooms, work desk etc. to give your career luck a boost and to magnify your windfall luck. It's the sector that governs career luck based on the Pakua's 8 Life Aspirations Theory.
  2. Display the Liuli Arowana in the Southeast corner or on your receptions counter to energize your wealth luck and income. You can also place it in the corner diagonal to the front door.
  3. Place the Liuli Arowana swimming in from your Seng Chi or best direction based on your Kua Number (Eight Mansion Theory) to further enhance your personal luck in your career and wealth.
Display it on the office desk or study table to welcome good luck and ensure your business will amass wealth. A must for those seeking to solidify their wealth luck!


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