Feng Shui

Feng Shui from the Heart is a blend of traditional Feng Shui principals of natural energy flow, integrated with modern psychology to create an environment that inspires and empowers you to feel your best.

Feng Shui can improve your environment no matter where it is. You can improve your home, bedroom or office. Feng Shui is very versatile in helping you live a smooth, happy and prosperous life.

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Laughing Buddha, Hotei

Laughing Buddha also known as Hotei, was a 10th century Chinese monk. He brings good luck, abundance, success, happiness and good health. Many variations of Laughing Buddha are found, with different poses and holding various symbols.


Ganesha represents the power of the Supreme Being that removes obstacles and ensures success for humans. The large head of an elephant symbolises wisdom, understanding and a discriminating intellect that one must possess to attain perfection if life. The wide mouth means that the natural perfect person is the one who has a great capacity to listen to others and assimilate ideas. The trunk relates to the power of human mind which must be strong enough to face the ups and downs of the external world and yet delicate enough to explore the subtle realms of the inner world. His vehicle is tiny mouse. In his hand he carries a rope, an axe, and a sweet dessert ball. His forth hand is always extended to bless people.

Mandarin Ducks

Mandarin Ducks are for your relationship corner, to bring you strength of devotion and romantic bliss. Mandarin ducks form a strong attachment to their partners and are said to pine away and die when separated. Hence they are also an emblem of conjugal fidelity.

Money Frog, Feng Shui

Money Frog symbolizes good fortune. Three legged frog with a coin in its month is believed to bring wealth and good fortune. Should be positioned indoors, facing inwards (away form the door) to attract good fortune. Do not place the frog directly facing the door, this symbolises that wealth is escaping from your home, office or business.

Quan Yin Lady

Quan Yin Lady is believed to help with healing. When placed in a room she is said to cleanse the environment of negative influences, such as disruptive issues, illness and arguments. Quan Yin is also the eternal protector of all children. She represents universal compassion and love.

Three Tortoises

Three Tortoises – symbolic of the luck of great descendants (3 generations). Used to attract good fortune, good luck, protection and support to your home, office or business.

Great Vow Bodhisattva

Great Vow Bodhisattva – his vow is to save all sentient beings, even if he has to suffer retribution. The popularity of Di Zhang is next to Kwan Yin among the Chinese. He carries the Alarm Staff, a symbol of goodwill, compassion and care.

Four Emotions of Buddha

Four Emotions of Buddha – joy, happy, angry, sad.

Elephant, Feng Shui

Elephant – as one of the oldest and most revered of Feng Shui symbols, the elephant amasses great knowledge, wisdom, strength, and power as it grows to a very old age.