Posted by Imperial Harvest on 10 March 2023
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Alongside studies of the natal authority star that governs an individual’s influence and leadership qualities, a complementary scope in the study of Imperial Feng Shui focuses on ushering in abundant wealth, good health and benefactor support for its destined owner. It is within this scope of Feng Shui that the Imperial Harvest Qian Long Wishing Stone plays a starring role.
Bearing the similar smooth, jade-like quality and feel of the Imperial Harvest Imperial White Inkstone, the Imperial Harvest Qian Long Wishing Stone is its close cousin, albeit bearing two key traits that set it apart. The Imperial Harvest Qian Long Wishing Stone features red vermillion lines (朱砂线) on its surface — distinct reddish-brown striations as a result of iron minerals present. Due to the presence of carbon minerals within the stone, the Imperial Harvest Qian Long Wishing Stone also features swirls of shiny black lines, known as black gold lines (乌金线).
Primarily employed in the activation of the annual flying stars, the Imperial Harvest Qian Long Wishing Stone makes for one of the most versatile and multi-functional tools in the array of Imperial Harvest treasures.
Imperial Harvest Qian Long Wishing Stone — Five Wealth Gods collection
This year, Imperial Harvest is proud to present the latest additions to our trove of Imperial Feng Shui treasures — the all-new Imperial Harvest Qian Long Wishing Stone Five Wealth Gods collection.
This latest collection of Imperial Harvest Qian Long Wishing Stones proudly features the mark of excellence that encompasses the essence of Imperial Harvest — The Imperial Harvest Emblem — a reference to the birth of the Imperial Feng Shui tradition in ancient Chinese history.
The auspicious prowess of this new collection of Imperial Harvest Qian Long Wishing Stones is only further strengthened by the series of gold ingots, or yuan bao (元寶) featured on each Qian Long Wishing Stone. Synonymous with success and prosperity, these auspicious emblems invite favourable conditions to further their destined owners’ financial ambitions and goals.
Grand Wealth God — Bi Gan
Often regarded as the most powerful of wealth gods within the Chinese pantheon, Bi Gan’s role as the Grand Wealth God indicates his guardianship over the earthly direct wealth aspirations of his devotees.
He wields the Ruyi Scepter (如意), a prized imperial treasure long cherished throughout dynastic Chinese history. These artefacts were often carved from a variety of jade, gold or precious stones, and embellished with intricate motifs referencing the multifaceted successes through the ages. As such, these Reyi Scepteres were favoured amongst circles of nobility as a symbol of peace and prosperity.
Investment God of Wealth – Tua Di Ya Pek
A hugely popular wealth god in the Chinese tradition, Tua Di Ya Pek governs indirect wealth creation tools such as stocks and trading in his role as the Investment God of Wealth.
Resolutely guided by historic Chinese legends, the Imperial Harvest Qian Long Wishing Stone depicts Tua Di Ya Pek wielding tokens of authority, or Ling Pai (令牌). These tokens of authority are an acclaimed metaphysical tool that bridges the mortal and divine realms, allowing Tua Di Ya Pek to empower ambitious individuals with impeccable foresight and indirect wealth luck to achieve breakthroughs in their indirect wealth prospects.
Business God of Wealth – Guan Gong
Designated as the Business God of Wealth, Guan Gong extends his benevolence, empathising with his devotees’ needs and goals, bestowing them with guidance and blessings in their business pursuits.
Depicted alongside his signature Green Dragon Sabre (青龙偃月刀), Guan Gong confers upon his devotees an unparalleled foresight, empowering them to overcome adversities in achieving their goals and aspirations.
Career God of Wealth – Tua Pek Gong
As the guardian of devotees’ fortunes in their primary economic endeavours, the Career Wealth God Tua Pek Gong is widely sought after by devotees seeking guidance in their primary career pursuits.
The Dragon Scepter in hand is a symbol of Tua Pek Gong’s eminence, warding off malefactors. The dragon’s head crowning the scepter is symbolic of its heavenly and auspicious nature, endowing its destined owner with authority, wisdom and decisiveness to soar to unprecedented heights in their respective industries.
Windfall God of Wealth – Zhong Kui
Long revered among the Chinese diaspora around the world, Zhong Kui is acknowledged as the guardian of indirect windfall wealth, held in high regard by those seeking guidance beyond their primary occupations.
With the Rongchang Folding Fan in one hand and the sword of opportunity in the other, Zhong Kui commands massive influence and bestows individuals with transformational opportunities and milestones in their endeavours — guiding them to achieve their greatest aspirations.
Imperial Harvest Craftsmanship
Well-versed in traditional carving techniques, Imperial Harvest’s team of artisans shape each Imperial Harvest Qian Long Wishing Stone according to precise proportions and designs, as determined by Master David. Pairing traditional techniques with cutting-edge, specialised tools allows for meticulous precision and attention to detail.
Imperial Harvest’s expert consultants are always on hand to guide you on your journey, and provide you with insights to help you realise your fullest potential. Book a complimentary consultation today or contact us at +65 91221826.
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