Remedial Materials

1 Pa Kua  
2 Wind Chime  
3 Mirror  
4 Bowls Rice Bowl
5 Plants, Flowers Orange, Lime Plant, Cactuss, Bonsai
6 Aquarium Fish / Carp
7 Calligraphy  
8 Pictures Photos, Portraits / Silver picture frame
9 Curtains, Blinds  
10 Carpets  
11 Bed spreads Mattresses
12 Coins  
13 Bells  
14 Cooker  
15 Brooms & Mops  
16 Shelf Opened / Closed
17 Mandarin Ducks  
18 Crystals  
19 Lights Halogens, Spotlights, bright, red lamps
20 Double Happiness Symbol  
21 Male / Female Artifacts  
22 Hexagram kun, chien, sheng  
23 Chandelier  
24 Candles  
25 Branches, Pine  
26 Hollow Bamboo tied with red ribbon  
27 Turtle / Terrapins  
28 Windows  
29 Vase  
30 Laughing Budha
Red Robed Laughing Buddha with Gold Ingot:
This Laughing Buddha is an excellent remedy for the #3 quarrelsome star. The red and gold colours represent the fire and metal elements, which counter the argumentative energies of the #3 wood star. The Laughing Buddha is also known as the Buddha of Happiness, as this wonderful deity is famous for transforming people's problems into happiness! Invite this Laughing Buddha in your home and display him in the Northwest to bring peace and harmony to the household and to attract good fortune for the residents.
This fat Buddha is really popular with businesses, especially restaurants...with his huge fat belly (which is supposed to contain much wealth) and happy smiling face. Some believe if you stroke his belly at least once every day you will have good wealth luck and just seeing how happy he is makes you happy too. You might also find the laughing Buddha standing with both his hands outstretched in the air or sitting down in the lotus position surrounded by children.
31 Three legged Frog  
32 Bamboo  
33 Home Alter  
34 Pot of peacock feathers  
35 FUK, LUK, SAU Probably the most popular are the three star gods, Fuk Luk and Sau , which translated literally means wealth, affluence and longevity and implicit in their presence in your home is protection against premature death (longevity luck) and serious illness, plenty of good fortune & prosperity and of course good relationship luck.
These three gods representing the main aspects of good fortune always stand together. Fu'k , the God of Happiness, is taller than the other two gods and always stands in the center, L'uk , the God of High Rank holds the scepter of authority and stands on the right and Sau, the God of Longevity with his domed head , walking stick and carrying a peach stands on the left.
The dining room is an excellent place to display them so that every time you sit down to eat you and your family receive good chi from them. In fact in my home I actually have two lovely well-crafted sets, which I have specifically placed in certain locations. One set is placed on the sideboard in the dining room facing northeast which is the sitting direction of my home and another set is placed outside facing southeast and overlooking the north pond. So you see I have one set of F'uk, L'uk Sau facing a west group direction and the other set facing an east group all family members benefit!
So these three deities should definitely have a place in your home if you believe in feng shui... as they signify you personal inner desires and aspirations and grant you protection. F'uk L'uk Sau benefits everyone, even if you are not of Chinese descent, so I urge you to invite them into your home today.
36 TSAI SHEN YEH Another well-known wealth god is Tsai Shen Yeh - you can find this god in shrines and temples with a fierce countenance and usually seated on a tiger. The Chinese believe that if you place this god deep in your home but facing your main door that wealth will come into your home - so for example on your living room table but facing the main door.
37 WONG CHOY SAN Yet another popular wealth deity is Wong Choy San, often depicted carrying a rat with gold bars at his feet. Households that worship him believe they will receive benefits of his great generosity.
Kuan K'ung is the God of Protection and God of War and some regard him as the God of Wealth too. He's believed to be so fierce in nature that evil spirits do not dare enter the house if he is guarding the entrance...and he's particularly popular as the patron of certain triads, the police and other business groups...and often found at business and restaurant entrances.
This is but a very small sampling of a few of the many popular Chinese gods, and there are many fact many overlap with gods represented in different forms and worshipped in other cultures where different branches of Buddhism are practiced. It's fascinating to learn more about the backgrounds of each Deity but you'll have to plan plenty of time for this extended study!