Horse: Feng Shui Symbol for Authority, Power, Success and Growth
February 7th 2007 07:17
Category: Feng Shui
Running horses have always been a strong and important Feng Shui symbol to the Chinese, since they believe that running horses denote to power, aggression and perseverance.
Businessmen, and those authority almost all have at least a single figurine or image of galloping horses in their offices - it is believed that a horse figurine can strengthen authority, stamina, and brute strength. In Feng Shui, the visage of the horse denote yang qualities such as strength, endurance, authoritative stance and tough demeanor. It is a perfect Feng Shui symbol for career men and women, as well as thoise who seek more wealth luck.
In Feng Shui, horse is used to symbolize power, authority, and also for fame and recognition into your life. The horse is a majestic animal and it signifies nobility. It is one of the best methods to bring victory luck. You can put a painting, picture or figurine (made of transparent resin or resin painted in redwood colour). For success it will be best to use a horse made of brass in a dominant pose.
When displaying the horse in a raring up position it is not advisable to put it directly behind or in front of you. This can lead to accidents and physical injury. The best location to place the horse is in the office or living room's South corner. The horse should be placed such that it is coming in and not going out of the house. A white horse symbolizes upward mobility and promotion and is considered very auspicious.
One precaution though, do not place the horse in any of the bedrooms. The yang energy will make it difficult for the occupants to sleep easily.
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