Yesterday marked the first day of the Chinese Calendar. Kung Hei fat choi to everyone! Today, I was wondering about my year of the pig forecast for Wood Tiger like me.. Well I got numerous horoscopes and predictions… I didn’t get to add it anymore in my journler. I figure as long as its going to be a good year both personal and career then no need to post it anymore. But I found an interesting thought I am considering of getting one for good luck.. check this out.
No, your eyes are not playing cruel tricks with you! This particular tassel does indeed feature a petite little crystal teapot, attached to lovely Earth-toned Chinese silk cording with macrame accents.
Allright then, on to what the teapot actually represents in Feng Shui! In Chinese culture, when one moves into a new home, office or business area, it is a standard and traditional procedure to get a kettle boiling with water within the new place. This is because the Chinese believe that it is good luck – the Yang-natured steam rising from the spout is able to welcome the arrival of Wealth and prosperity to a new surrounding.
The Chinese will also go a step further, and add dates, ginger slices and spring onion to the simmering water. It is said that these herbs are able to maximize the Wealth and prosperity luck.
For those of you who are keen to have an auspicious start in new businesses, educations or other kinds of endeavors, The Auspicious Beginnings Tassel is perfect for you. To enjoy the Wealth & prosperity luck without the hassle of hauling out your old kettle, place this item close to you when you are conducting your new endeavor!
This charming, very Asian tassel is also perfect as housewarming gifts.
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