Chan Chu Money Frog
The mythical king money frog The King Money Frog is a Chinese mythical creature. According to tradition, when there is full moon, it appears near the houses in which good news will be soon received. A majority of the time, these good news would transmit to monetary income and bring wealth-related auspicious information.
The name of this mythical creature originates from its physical description. It carries the "pa kua" on its back and below its crown. The frog, itself, symbolizes wealth while the pa kua symbolizes protection. Together, this king money frog symbolizes the unity of those life aspects bringing them both to those who keep this creature into their homes. The king of money would help you enhance your house money income and protecting it as well.
The king money frog is usually depicted sitting on a bed of coins and gold ingots which add to the wealth symbolism which the frog itself already has. Therefore, this feng shui item is ideal for those who wish to attract wealth as well as they wish to protect their money income.
Besides the attraction of wealth and providing protection, the king money frog also helps its owner get rid of any bad luck which might be have caused him monetary problems. If you feel like you are spending too much money or you are having too many inconveniences, which with money can be resolved, acquiring a king money frog could help you end such problems. Due to the uniqueness of its powers and symbolism, the king money frog can help solve any money related problems which people might go through.
The proper place for the king money frog to be placed is in the living room or a business’ main room, and specifically at the corner which is diagonally opposite to the entrance door. This place is ideal since corners is an area where chi concentrates and is a strategic spot for the chi flow of the room. This way, the king money frog would receive direct influences and strength given by the concentration of chi energy.
You can find the listing for this frog at Jo's Collectibles Mercantile. This would make a wonderful gift for Chinese New Year.
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