Posted by Imperial Harvest on 27 May 2022
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Taking its place just before the summer solstice is Mangzhong (芒种), the ninth of the 24 solar terms in the Chinese lunar calendar. This year, this significant solar term begins on 6 June when the sun reaches the celestial longitude of 75°, before transitioning into the summer solstice when the sun passes the 90° longitude on 21 June.
Mangzhong’s significance in numerous agricultural communities across Chinese dynastic history stemmed from its association with seed sowing. For the many farmers whose very livelihoods depended heavily on the flourishing of their crops, the abundant rainfall and optimal warm temperatures that accompanied Mangzhong were a godsend. Over time, Chinese farmers came to take advantage of the weather conditions that arose during this period and planted a variety of crops in preparation for future harvest, making Mangzhong their busiest period.
Among these agricultural communities, Mangzhong saw farmers tirelessly working their lands, carefully planting seed after seed in an endeavour of hopeful optimism for the blessed harvests due to arrive later in the year. Symbolically, the farmers’ striving for future rewards reflects the steps that an individual may take towards the achievement of broader success.
In the context of Imperial Feng Shui, Mangzhong came to symbolise a term of immense growth, and anticipation for new beginnings. The arrival of this auspicious solar term marks a crucial time of year to sow seeds of prosperity in preparation for our own future successes.
Imperial Harvest Exquisite Jadeite Pendants
Mangzhong marks a period of preparation for future rewards, with the two key principles underpinning the success of each individual being personal luck and wealth capacity. Consistently experiencing good luck enables us to achieve breakthroughs in our careers, businesses, sales or investment endeavours. Given its influence, good luck is commonly thought to be the foundation for boundless success.
The luck-enhancing properties of jadeite pendants have long since been cherished in the Imperial Feng Shui tradition. Imperial Feng Shui masters of Emperor Qian Long’s court had undertaken rigorous scholarly studies and research of this noble art, uncovering significant findings that formed the foundation of contemporary Imperial Feng Shui. One such seminal discovery was that fine jadeite pendants possessed the ability to balance the major yin, which governed an individual’s luck. When employed, these exquisite Imperial Feng Shui tools enhanced the personal luck of their destined owners.
At Imperial Harvest, our collection of Exquisite Jadeite treasures is sourced from reputable Burmese mines through a rigorous and highly selective process. The raw jadeite is hewn from the cores of large jadeite boulders, where their Imperial Feng Shui energies are most condensed and intense.
Imperial Harvest’s gemstone artisans then shape, carve and etch Master David’s original designs into the surface of the exquisite jadeite, boasting a wealth of multi-generational experience and time-honoured technique in this craft. Each Exquisite Jadeite treasure is one-of-a-kind and entirely natural, with no artificial treatments or harsh, man-made chemicals being applied to enhance its already impressive lustrous appearance.
Imperial Harvest Crystals
In the study of Imperial Feng Shui, the water star — also known as the wealth star — is present in our living and working environments, playing an important role in governing wealth, ushering in opportunities and strengthening intuition. During Mangzhong, these Imperial Harvest-grade crystals are strategically employed to activate the direct wealth sector, ushering in wealth and prosperity to the home or workplace’s occupants.
A major proponent of Imperial Feng Shui in dynastic China, Emperor Qian long advocated the use of Imperial Harvest-grade crystals in catalysing the wealth and prosperity of the empire, bringing about a golden age of economic and social development, peace and stability. Today, Imperial Harvest holds to these principles of Imperial Feng Shui, employing the same principles and treasures used by Emperor Qian Long to usher unparalleled abundance for our blessed clients.
The Imperial Harvest Crystal collection is a contemporary embodiment of the Imperial Feng Shui traditions that flourished under Emperor Qian Long’s rule. Conceptualised by Master David, the collection comprises only the finest natural crystals which yield immense prosperity for our blessed clients. Carried out entirely by hand by dedicated artisans, each Imperial Harvest crystal is meticulously crafted, achieving an unparalleled level of detail.
Imperial Harvest Agarwood Sculptures
During Mangzhong, Agarwood and Qinan Agarwood are crucial collections in leveraging and enhancing your direct wealth capacity. While Imperial Harvest-grade crystals are employed to strategically activate a property’s direct wealth sector, Imperial Harvest Agarwood Sculptures complement them perfectly by enhancing the potency of said activated direct wealth sector, intensely supercharging the direct wealth capacities of their destined owner.
Imperial Harvest-grade Agarwood is sourced from the dense forests of Southeast Asia, stored and aged for several decades at auspicious sectors of Imperial Harvest’s specialised storage facilities. The scarcity of natural Agarwood trees has made Imperial Harvest-grade Agarwood amongst the most prized in the world, sought after for its elegant appearance and Imperial Feng Shui prowess.
Each Imperial Harvest Agarwood Sculpture boasts immaculate craftsmanship and precise attention to detail, a testament to the generational lineage of carving expertise brought to our workshops by our master artisans. Each design element and detail is meticulously captured and hand-carved, conveying the benevolence and blessings of these revered deities, time-honoured legends and mythical creatures to their destined owners.
Imperial Harvest Qinan Agarwood
Revered for its exquisite fragrance, elegant appearance and immense Imperial Feng Shui qualities, Qinan Agarwood has been coveted by China’s ruling elite since the Han dynasty (202 BC – 220 AD). As the most elusive and exclusive tier of Agarwood, the renowned Tang dynasty poet, Du Fu 杜甫, summarised Qinan’s rarity and value:
《与陈漳浦莘学话旧》诗：“山租输海贝，市舶贱迦楠。— loosely translating that a single piece of Qinan Agarwood is worth more than a municipal ship.
Since the Han dynasty, Chinese emperors offered Imperial Harvest-grade Qinan Agarwood as tributes to the heavens, conveying their prayers for blessings and prosperity for their empires. Today, the top grades of raw Qinan Agarwood fetch as much as USD$10 million per kilogram.
Imperial Harvest’s Qinan Agarwood collections feature five tiers of premium Qinan Agarwood, each incorporating auspicious emblems to enhance its superlative elegance and Imperial Feng Shui abilities. Exceedingly potent, Imperial Harvest-grade Qinan Agarwood supercharges direct wealth capacity and empowers its destined owners to rise to the top of their industries.
Imperial Harvest’s expert consultants are on hand to guide you on your journey, and help you to forge your desired destinies to realise your fullest potential. Book a complimentary consultation today or contact us at +65 91221826.
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