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Invite Happiness to your Life

March 15th 2007 05:49
Category: Feng Shui
Laughing Buddha-Happy Buddha - Fat Buddha
One of the most adorable and accepted forms of symbolic Feng Shui is the Laughing Buddha or the Happy Buddha. The Laughing Buddha (also known as Maitreya) is always associated with happiness, wealth and prosperity. A very popular symbol of abundance, the Laughing Buddha is a symbol of happiness, good tidings, affluence and of course, wealth.


The Laughing Buddha or Fat Buddha statue is actually that of a Chinese monk called Ho Tai who was believed to be the re-incarnation of the Buddha by the Chinese people.  Buddha Statues inspire us to develop our inner qualities to achieve happiness, good fortune, and satisfaction in our lives.

The Laughing Buddha is known as the Buddha of Happiness. Legend has it that nothing would make this Deity happier than to see people's problems transform into happiness. Many Feng Shui consultants also refer the Laughing Buddha as the Buddha of Wealth as the image of the Buddha's happiness is believed to attract unlimited prosperity & abundance of wealth & luck. For those engaged in any kind of business, it's advisable to place this Deity in your office where you conduct business or negotiations with your customers.

Laughing Buddha is an excellent gift item to loved ones.

Laughing Buddha statues are available made of tera cota, resin, wood or metal and they are available with the Laughing Buddha with different props and pose. Each such pose has a different connotation.


Subsequent posts will explain the significance of Buddha in different poses.

God Bless!

Image from BigHappyBuddha.com
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Comment by Tracy

March 15th 2007 21:50
Thanks for a morning reminder of the Happy Buddha. Looking forward to reading more,

Tracy

Comment by MaaUpma

March 17th 2007 05:06
Thanks Tracy for the positive comments.

God Bless!

Maa Upma

Comment by infopediaonlinehere

March 31st 2010 01:55
this is an interesting detail...I've a laughing buddha in sitting posture...In which direction should I place it?

Comment by http://infopediaonlinehere.blogspot.com

March 31st 2010 01:56
nice post

Comment by MaaUpma

March 31st 2010 04:24
Either place it in a corner of your working table such that it is facing you when you are working or if you deal with clients in your professional life, place it in such a position such that it faces the client when he is talking with you.

Alternatively, if you place it at home place it in a prominent place in your living room such that it is visible when the family is relaxing there.



Ma Upma

Comment by Anonymous

December 5th 2011 04:25
Is Laughing buddha made of transperant glass suitable for home use?

Comment by MaaUpma

December 6th 2011 17:11
I fail to understand why readers do not want to put their names with their queries and still expect a response from me.



Ma Upma

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