Feng Shui Red Phoenix Bird – For Name, Fame, Reputation, Recognition, & Good Luck
Size 4 Inches – LXWXH – 11.5cms x 9.5cms x 0.5 cms, Weight- 28 grams
Size 6 Inches – LXWXH – 15.5 cms x 12.5 cms x 0.7 cms, Weight – 50 grams
Size 9 Inches – LXWXH – 22 cms x 17.5 cms x 0.7 cms, Weight – 100 grams
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Material – Wooden
Turnaround your life quickly with all the Name, Fame, Fortune, & Good Reputation
Red Phoenix Bird is the ancient firebird and is usually paired with the dragon. It can also be used without a dragon for fame, luck, and reputation. The Phoenix is a fascinating bird that is said to have been reborn from ashes. It symbolizes rebirth, love, luck, fame, and recognition. If you are going through a phase of bad luck and losses, the Phoenix Feng Shui cure can turn around your luck for the better. Always place it in the southern corner of your living room.
This is a magical bird that symbolizes longevity, feminine energy, renewal, and fame. You can use it in the bedroom on the south wall if your love life is lacking vigor. When you place it on the south wall of your office, you will find more opportunities coming on building better relations. The Phoenix bird represents the fire element. When you place this energized symbol in the southeast corner of your home or office you will experience good luck, transformation, good changes in life, and harmony.
It also brings love luck when placed in the southwest corner. This is a celestial animal that can also be placed on the front door or entrance of the home or office. For success, prosperity, recognition of work, and overall harmony and progress bring this celestial bird into your homes.
What does Feng Shui Red Phoenix Bird symbolize?
It symbolizes a couple of things such as marital bliss, fame, reputation, recognition, re-birth, and eternal love. You can place in the relationship area to rekindle relations. The head of the bird symbolizes virtues, the wings symbolize duty, stomach reliability, and back-morality. This is the legendary bird found in most of the ancient Chinese paintings from various dynasties.
Folklore of the Feng Shui Red Phoenix Bird
It is said that this magical bird appeared during the Tang Dynasty in the southern part of the mountains. It is said that the bird sets itself to fire with the wood from the Parasol tree in China and rises from the ashes. It represents passion, inner strength, fertility, and nirvana.
Rules for placement of Feng Shui Red Phoenix Bird
- Place it in the southeast corner for fame and recognition
- For marital bliss place it along with the dragon symbol in the southwest corner
- For opportunities, place it in front of the door
- Dragon and phoenix paintings are also used in the love area to enhance marital bliss
Bring harmony, bliss, and healing energies to your homes with this wooden Red Phoenix bird and perch it on the top-shelve of the southern corner. Those who experience frequent bad luck can use this cure to improve their personal and professional lives.
This celestial bird brings kindness into your life, soothing all the hurt and pain and ushering in good luck, wealth, love, and fortune. You can fulfill your wishes by getting this magical bird into your home and office environment.
Red Phoenix Bird represents opportunities and the power of hope, one of the greatest driving forces of humanity. It brings good names and opportunities into your life.
However, when depicted alone, this heavenly bird takes on a strong Yang energy, promoting courage and power whilst harvesting opportunity luck, success, and prosperity.
Turning bad luck into good luck, it would mysteriously carve out the path of opportunities to your business, work, career, or all other pursuits of your life.
The Phoenix, the queen of all the winged creatures and the ultimate symbol of feminine power which has risen out of the ash symbolizes resurrection, infinity, and rebirth.
Place it on the south wall of your home or office to energize the luck of fame and reputation for Yourself & Your business
The red phoenix represents the direction of the south in feng shui. The red phoenix is one of the four celestial creatures of feng shui. It is a symbol of fame & reputation.
The Phoenix is also believed to bring an incredible turn around good fortune to those who have previously suffered from bad luck.