Aventurine Laughing Buddha Statue

Posted On : February 22nd, 2012 by admin

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Laughing Buddha plays the role to take away your worries, problems, anger, stress, pressure and sadness.

A beautiful Laughing Buddha hand-carved out of the crystal aventurine.

In Feng Shui, the Laughing Buddha, also known by Buddhists as Matreiya, is one of the most supreme symbols of joy and wellbeing. When this jolly character is placed within any home, he will do wonders for all the residents inside; in addition to revitalizing any dead or negative chi and relieving tension, he will also summon fortune and riches for all family members. The Laughing Buddha is now also displayed in the office and prominent places in business venues, such as the front counter, lobby or cashier. He is also a highly revered figure placed at the altar in many temples.

The Laughing Buddha himself is a vision of happiness; his face is always in a happy, laughing expression and his position is jolly.

The Laughing Buddha is a sure mood lifter when looked at, no matter how down one can be. Everyone could definitely use one of these in their home, office, or vehicle even!

Aventurine is a stone of strong mystical powers of comfort that heals the heart and soul. This stone has the ability to cure mental distractions, such as anger and overworked emotions, and replace those feelings with calm and clarity.

Aventurine can also heal physical problems and promote and overall wellbeing. It will also help to speed up recuperation after life-threatening diseases and serious surgeries. After making use of Aventurine, one will feel healthier and revitalized, which will lead to a better quality of life.

For those who are involved in competitive careers, this Feng Shui crystal will enhance self-confidence and leadership abilities. This will give you an edge over your competition, allowing you to summon the skills to advance in your field of work. It allows for better decision making and clever, quick thinking. It will also create a sense of joy and friendliness, which will make you more well-liked among your employees and superiors.

In Feng Shui, the Laughing Buddha can be used in many ways to best reap his abundant rewards:

1.)  If your family suffers from arguments and tensions, then an image or figurine of the Laughing Buddha will solve these problems. Simply place him in the East Sector (Family Luck) Feng Shui Bagua or a location where he can be seen when everyone is sitting around in your living room or main hall.

2.) For those who wish to enhance their luck in the aspects of wealth, self-development, wellbeing and victory, displaying the Laughing Buddha in your personal Sheng Chi direction Feng Shui Kua will serve to help you achieve your goals.

3.) When the Laughing Buddha is displayed in the Southeast Sector Feng Shui Bagua of the main hall, dining room or bedroom of your home, he will bring family members immense windfall luck and increase income.

4.) For those in competitive careers or high positions, such as CEOs or politicians, a Laughing Buddha placed in the workplace or household will serve to summon luck and eliminate enemies‘ effects. It will also allow for a clear mind and reduction of tension.

5.) The Laughing Buddha makes a very good symbol to display on the front dashboard of your vehicle; doing so will allow him the pleasure of always taking away your worries and bringing good news home with you from your ventures, as well as to keep you safe.

6.) To prevent betrayals and arguments with colleagues, display a figurine of the Laughing Buddha on your desk at work. This will also allow you to excel in your career.

7.) For students who are seeking to enhance educational luck, a Laughing Buddha positioned on the study desk will allow you to attain your academic aspirations.

8.) It is for many reasons that the Laughing Buddha makes the perfect present for almost any auspicious occasions; for people you know who are suffering through misfortunes and bad luck, the Laughing Buddha would make an perfect good luck gift.

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