Posted by Imperial Harvest on 28 January 2021
The Year of the Metal Ox (辛丑) will be a year filled with opportunities, abundance and prosperity. If you are looking to secure a job promotion, attain massive growth and breakthroughs in your business or achieve consistently high returns from your investment portfolio, this will be an important year.
We will be welcoming the Year of the Metal Ox (辛丑) and bidding farewell to the Year of the Rat on 3 February 2021. The date is significant for a number of reasons, not the least because it marks the Start of Spring or Lichun (立春) – the exact midpoint between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox.
For centuries, the emperors of ancient China would faithfully observe these festivals and the time-honoured rites and rituals of the Imperial Court.
As part of his responsibilities, each emperor would conduct three ceremonies every year at the Temple of Heaven to pray for the prosperity of the people.
The first ceremony would commence on the first Xin day stem of the first lunar month (正月上辛日). Here, the emperor would pray for an abundant yield at the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests in the Temple of Heaven.
The second ceremony would take place during the Summer Solstice. This time, the emperor would pray for rain at the Circular Mound Altar.
The final ceremony was the worship of Heaven, held during the Winter Solstice. This was to thank the Heaven for a good harvest that year. It was believed that even the smallest mistake could bring bad luck to the empire, so everything had to be perfect.
Among the three ceremonies that graced the Temple of Heaven every year, the first ceremony was the most important as it sowed the seed of prosperity. It was said that a good start is half the battle won.
In the modern context, this will be the best time of the year to equip and empower yourself with Imperial Harvest treasures in order to achieve results and breakthroughs in your career, business, sales, investment, relationship and wealth.
In this article, Master David personally recommends the most emblematic and iconic Imperial Harvest collections.
The newest generation of Bliss of Harvest rings pays homage to the famous Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests in the Temple of Heaven, commemorating 600 years since its completion.
These lustrous 18K solid rose gold rings are created from a proprietary blend of pure gold, copper and silver, symbolising heaven, earth and human elements respectively. They draw inspiration from the building’s three-tiered roof, which also represents the cosmic trinity of Heaven, Earth and Human luck.
The beautiful hue intensifies with age and evokes the vibrant red found throughout the imperial temple – a colour deeply synonymous with prosperity and auspiciousness.
Each Bliss of Harvest ring is also embellished with a perfectly rounded and glistening jadeite cabochon, which resembles the gilded orb that crowns the Hall of Prayer. It takes hours of finely honed craftsmanship to harvest the cabochon from a jadeite boulder, shaping it to perfection and hand-polishing the gem to bring out its natural depth of colour.
One of the longstanding stalwarts in the Imperial Harvest stable is the Fine Jadeite Five Wealth Gods collection — a pioneering series at Imperial Harvest that has always remained true to the legend of the five Wealth Gods in ancient Chinese tradition.
These wealth gods govern a specific arena of wealth, namely career, business, investment, trading and windfall wealth. As the most powerful manifestations of auspicious luck, the Five Wealth Gods are an essential collection for those seeking breakthrough wealth and success.
Widely worshipped as the career God of Wealth, Tua Pek Gong forms the centrepiece of numerous Chinese shrines and temples, having been established by devotees as an integral part of everyday religion. Today, the continued worship and relevance of Tua Pek Gong in our contemporary society may be characterised as a practice of propriety — showing a deeply-rooted respect for the god of wealth.
Given his stature as the Career God of Wealth, Tua Pek Gong firmly wields his Dragon Sceptre (玉龙杖), a symbol embodying his authority, wisdom and decisiveness. He also holds a bounty of yuan bao (元寶), or gold ingots, a universally-celebrated symbol of wealth, prosperity and good fortune.
Without a doubt, Guan Gong (关公) ranks amongst the most recognisable in the vast multitude of legendary Chinese historical figures. Besides his military prowess, Guan Gong was a figure of great empathy and benevolence. Today, he attracts a loyal following of adherents. As the Business God of Wealth, bestowing upon both established and aspiring entrepreneurs an unceasing influx of lucrative leads and sales.
With the Green Dragon Sabre (青龙偃月刀), Guan Gong confers upon his devotees’ unparalleled foresight, empowering them to eliminate malefactors and achieve their greatest goals. With the victory flag in tow, Guan Gong equips his devotees with the skills and determination to overcome and triumph over their adversities. Coupled with the Wealth Garnering Pot, Guan Gong inspires unparalleled wealth and abundance.
Of the five foremost wealth gods in the Chinese folk pantheon, Bi Gan (比干) is regarded as the most powerful. In his role as Grand Wealth God, he is primarily responsible for his devotees’ earthly direct wealth aspirations. Bi Gan’s enduring selflessness inspires countless individuals to reach new heights and accomplish their greatest goals. Depicted in imperial finery reflecting the supreme importance of his role as the Grand Wealth God, he is the embodiment of sincerity.
As the Grand Wealth God, Bi Gan dons a headpiece known as the wushamao (乌纱帽), a symbol to reflect his prestige in the Chinese pantheon. The Ruyi Sceptre he wields is a powerful weapon that has been lauded as a symbol of the wealth, authority and good fortune he bestows. Yet, this indisputable centrepiece of this Imperial Harvest treasure is the gold ingots accompanying the Grand Wealth God, an ardent emblem synonymous with success and prosperity.
Windfall Wealth God Zhong Kui 偏财神钟馗
Zhong Kui has long been revered among the global Chinese diaspora as a custodian of indirect wealth, governing wealth from supplementary sources such as investments and windfalls. Beyond this revered status, Zhong Kui is a testament to the unbridled potential of wisdom — an inspiration to the ambitious, empowering them to pursue their goals through an enduring spirit of self-development.
The sword of opportunity in Zhong Kui’s hands commands massive influence for its destined owner, capturing transformational life opportunities and pivotal milestones. Whereas the benefactor summoning fan summons benefactor support from all trades and industries, developing new opportunities and sources of income for its destined owner. Lastly, the treasure trove sited next to Zhong Kui both retains its destined owners’ wealth and grows it, allowing them to reach new heights of prosperity.
An influential indirect wealth god in Chinese culture, Tua Di Ya Pek is heavily sought after by devotees for guidance and breakthroughs in acquiring supplementary sources of wealth. Governing indirect wealth creation tools such as stocks and trading, Tua Di Ya Pek empowers devotees with inspired decision-making skills to achieve their goals.
Tua Di Ya Pek holds a pair of Ling Pai, an acclaimed metaphysical tool that bridges the gap between the mortal and celestial realms, and additionally allows the wealth god to better perceive the needs of devotees. Three gold ingots are positioned directly in front of Tua Di Ya Pek, the epitome of an influx of prosperity.
Wealth capacity is one of the most prominent features of our destiny chart. It refers to the amount of wealth we can accumulate in life, thus determining our financial success. There are two types of wealth capacities: direct wealth capacity and indirect wealth capacity.
Direct wealth capacity is defined as the income potential we derive from our career, business, sales and other regular sources of income. On the other hand, indirect wealth capacity refers to the income potential we derive from our investment, trading and other secondary sources of income.
Imperial Harvest Emblem
Imperial Harvest’s varied collections proudly feature a mark of excellence that encapsulates the essence of Imperial Harvest. The Imperial Harvest Emblem draws its inspiration from “鼎” (ding), describing the ceremonial Ding cauldrons of the imperial court — an imposing historical artefact that lends to the Maison’s unmistakable prestige. This emblem embraces both the religious and cultural significance of these hallowed artefacts, empowering its blessed owners with the omnipotence of Imperial Feng Shui.
If you are looking to expand your direct wealth capacity, the Imperial Harvest Agarwood collection is a dependable choice.
The Imperial Harvest Sandalwood collection, on the other hand, is ideal for those looking to boost their indirect wealth capacity – perfect if you are investing or trading on the side.
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