The rooster is a fine piece of artwork designed to impress. It has a solid crown as well as a well shaped beak. Its tail is prominent, showing a sense of masculinity. It stands firm and tall, with confidence, ever ready to counter the following;
- Competitive business (face the rooster looking outwards from your business front entrance to keep your competitors away).
- Third parties interfering in relationships
Roosters can also be used in feng shui to boost luck in the fame sector.
The rooster is unique, in that it is the only animal with an ability to eat a centipede. Not only do they have an alarm clock ability in the mornings starting everyone up and running, they also eat worms and deal with other poisons too.
Use roosters to;
- Combat bad energies in locations where the roads coming off one have many dead ends, shaped like a centipede.
- Deter evil spirits from a site.
- Help children suffering from parasitic worms of the stomach (place the rooster into their bedroom). Note that it is not a replacement to normal medicine.
- Help sort out political problems, arguments and jealousies in the office or business - place the rooster at your desk.
- Reduce joint and bone pain caused by power lines that look like the human ribcage which can be seen from the home. To do this, they are placed in the window so that they face the offending Sha to reduce negative impact.
- Sustain good relationships. For couples, it is said that placing a rooster facing outwards at the main door will prevent your spouse from being snatched away (with the rooster watching for the "centipede").
- For those seeking fame luck, place the rooster into the south corner of your lounge or living room.
Note: Avoid statues of roosters if you are born in the year of the rabbit (1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011).