Feng Shui Pagoda Significance and Use
Feng Shui Pagoda / Wen Chang Pagoda, also being commonly known as the Education tower is believed to turning negative Chi into positive energy and also improve the scholastic luck for the beholder. Due to this belief, it has been a popular gift idea for those who are still pursuing academic success.
Beside studies, it can also be used to enhance your career luck for progression and recognition.
Feng Shui Pagoda Placement and Purpose
1. Protection and Mitigating Negative Energy – if you are facing the situations with Sha Qi, you can place this Feng Shui symbol in your living room, near to the entrance to safeguard your household.
2. You can also choose to place a Feng Shui Pagoda on your work desk to enhance your career luck in the office. Positive energy vibes that gather around the pagoda will rejuvenate the person who work at that desk helping keeping one’s fresh and alert which in term increase work efficiency and productivity, hence it will increase chances of career progression and work recognition.
3. Flying star number 4 is the scholastic star, so you can base on the annual flying star chart (For 2019, it is in the North), look for the sector this star resides, place a Wen Chang Pagoda in this sector of your study room / children room to gain good academic success for each individual.
4. You can also place it behind you at work space to ward off backstabbing in your office.
Significance of Wen Chang Pagoda Number of Levels
5-tiers – it stands for the complete representation of the 5 Feng Shui elements(Metal, Wood, Water, Fire and Earth) and also symbolise the protection of 5 directions by emperors.
It help to improve on the fortune and good luck, while protecting the household too.
7-tiers – It signifies the 7 treasures of Buddhism and aldo believed to to excellent wealth luck and career luck.
9-tiers – It bring completeness, strength, excellent career, wealth and academic luck.
In summary, this auspicious item – Feng Shui pagoda is a symbol of good studies and career luck.
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