Feng Shui Frog with Elephant For Success, Victory, Leadership, Fortune, Wish Fulfillment
Material – Fiber
L X H X W – 8 cms x 6 cms x 7 cms , weight – 210 gms approx
An elephant with its trunk raised symbolizes victory and a frog (popularly known as a three-legged frog) is a great symbol of good fortune.
A money frog is believed to attract wealth whereas an elephant represents strength, wisdom, and courage.
The elephant is a prominent symbol of strength, protection, wisdom, fertility, and good luck. The frog (popularly known as a three-legged frog) is a great symbol of good fortune, wealth, and abundance.
The combination of an elephant with the frog is believed to attract wealth and luck whereas the elephant represents strength, wisdom, and courage.
An auspicious decor item to have at home or office as it symbolizes fortune, victory, and leadership. In all Asian cultures, the elephant is considered to be a sacred animal. This is a regal animal that symbolizes dignity, loyalty, intelligence, power, victory, majesty, leadership, and wisdom. Since ancient times this animal has been associated with wisdom and good luck. Placing this symbol is also said to grant wishes and is used for wish fulfillment.
You can use it for a couple of cures to enhance faithfulness in couples, in children’s studies, in the living room,
in business, and work to strengthen and protect any area of your life which is lacking vigor. The frog with a money coin on top of the elephant is said to attract wealth along with the qualities that the elephant represents.
Placing this figurine increases the auspiciousness of any area of your life. It is lightweight and takes less space. You can place frog with the elephant in an elevated place in the directions mentioned here as a general rule or based
on your KUA number to enhance certain areas of your life. It is also a protection symbol that protects your space from negative chi. It can be used to protect your wealth and resources from washing away. An elephant with a raised trunk symbolizes victory. It has been a tradition since ancient times to place a pair of elephants on the front door to invite good luck.
The elephant is a sacred animal in Buddhist as well as Hindu traditions. This magnificent animal symbolizes wisdom and strength in both cultures. In Hinduism, it represents the Lord of auspiciousness and the remover of obstacles, Lord Ganesha. The elephant represents fortune, peace, prosperity, and
wisdom since ancient times and has been used in many of the ancient Chinese dynasties.
Following are the rules for placement of Frog with Elephant:
Place it in your career and business area at an elevated height.
You can also place it on your working desk facing the door to enhance friendship and good luck in career & business opportunities.
You can place it in the northwest to enhance and strengthen the mentoring bond
You can also place it in your relationship area to strengthen the bond between couples
Place Elephant outside the main door facing outward for protection of the house
Place it in the west zone of your bedroom for the child’s luck. According to the Pakua 8 life aspirations, the west zone governs descendant luck
The frog with an elephant is a potent symbol of good luck and good relationships. You can use it as a cure to strengthen any area of your life and place this figurine in that direction. It is
used as an auspicious symbol to protect and strengthen that area of your life. Enhance your career and relationship luck with this figurine which is also a pretty home and office decor.
Children and adults can use frog with elephant protection figurines to boost any area of their life.
Those looking for a promotion can use this symbol for strengthening their career luck and place it in the direction that reflects their career. It can be placed in the north as well as south directions depending on the cure you want to use it for.
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