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Fuk Luk and Sau are a famous Chinese trinity of deities who represent prosperity, authority and longevity. According to Chinese traditions, these three gods or deities contain the spirits of wealth, health and happiness and there are many legends which talk about them. They are usually represented together and are said to attract health, wealth and prosperity to those who keep them and to the environment where they are.
Fuk is the deity of wealth and prosperity. He is represented wearing a red robe and his place is to the right of Luk. Fuk assists in improving your income and your wealth, as well as the income and wealth of all those who live in the house or space where it is placed.
The deity named Sau symbolizes longevity and is represented carrying nectar in a bottle. Luk is the deity which stands in the center and symbolizes power and authority. Together, Fuk, Luk and Sau are a very strong power attracting a combination of wealth, health and prosperity.
There are some feng shui guidelines that dictate the ideal position for placing Fuk Luk and Sau. Firstly, they should be placed in the correct order, as shown in the picture above. Secondly, Fuk Luk Sau should be placed in the dining or living room. It is very important that they are placed higher than where the whole family gathers as a mark of honor, perhaps on a shelf. They may also be placed to the back of where a person sits, giving protection and support. Some people use this principle placing them in the car at the back window, since it would bring you security and protection while driving.
Correctly Positioning Fuk Luk and Sau
If you wish to improve your health, be happier, or become more prosperous, Fuk Luk Sau would be a great help for you. According to feng shui and the Chinese culture, they would not only help you in achieving such goals but also maintain them in order for you to have a steady healthy, prosperous and happy life.
|Material||Height (in/cm)||Weight (oz/g)|
|Rosewood finish, stone and resin composite||4 / 10||18 / 510|
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