In Feng Shui, a pair of Mandarin Ducks symbolizes happiness in love and is suggestive of romance, devotion, affection, conjugal fidelity, togetherness and enduring love. Mandarin ducks live in couples and deeply mourn the loss of their mates, which is why the bird has long been regarded as the most traditional and potent symbol of love and married bliss in Feng Shui practice. It is said that if one duck becomes separated from its mate, it will keep longing for its other half and will eventually die of loneliness.
When placed in together nearby their owners, Mandarin Ducks becomes a powerful cure to attract or enhance love and relationships. For singles, the pair of Mandarin Ducks will enhance your chances of finding love partners; for lovers, it will bring you marriage opportunities; and for married couples, a pair of Mandarin Ducks will hold out the promise of a marriage being gloriously happy with no separation between the spouses.
The Windhorse Plaque is a very potent lucky charm with the image of a Windhorse at the center surrounded by mantra and seed syllables to bring triumph and success. The Windhorse is flanked by the Four Great Kings, protectors of the Four Cardinal Directions, the Great King Vaishravana, He who hears everything, the King of the North; Virudhaka, He who causes to grow, the King of the South; Dritirashta, He who upholds the realm, the King of the East; and Virupaksha, He who sees all, the King of the West. And in each corner are the Four Celestial Guardians, the East Green Dragon, the West White Tiger, the North Golden Lion and the South Red Phoenix, to help conquer the four fears and provide protection from harm, fire, fear and contagious diseases. The Windhorse Plaque also brings good fortune and protection from enemies, enhances inner strength, and helps triumph over danger, disputes or any sort of conflicts. Made of high quality ceramic materials, this Windhorse Plaque may be displayed at home or in the office, ideally in a high place facing the main door. Dominique’s Fengshui Charms Copyright 2013