The name FengShui is composed of two Chinese words viz. ‘Feng’ and ‘Shui’ which mean ‘Wind’ and ‘Water’ respectively.
Both wind and water are direct carriers of the subtle vital energy called ‘Chi’. The science and art of FengShui guides us to balance this ‘Chi’ energy in our living or office environment by placing certain specially created items.
The FengShui item described here is ‘Fuk, Luk, Sau.
The FengShuitrio called ‘Fuk, Luk and Sau’
The three statues are named Fuk, Luk and Sau and are explained below:
Fuk: The Fuk god personifies Prosperity and refers to the Star of ‘Fu’ and as per traditional astrology to the planet Jupiter.
This statue is generally shown in a scholar’s dress and holding a scroll. In some statues He is shown holding a child or surrounded by children.
Luk: The Luk god personifies Status and refers to the Star of Lu or ‘UrsaMajoris’. The statue is generally shown carrying a gold ingot.
‘Luk’ ensures success in career as well as authority and luck.
Sau:The Sau god personifies Longevity or life span and refers to the star of the South Pole.
The statue is generally shown as an old man with high domed forehead and carrying a peach and a gourd filled with the elixir of life.
Placement of the Statues …
Usually the trio is placed in a row in such a way that Fuk is on the left and Sau on the right and Luk always in the middle. The trio should always be placed on a high table or stand.
The Best places to display these are the living or drawing room or the dining room (only if the dining room is separate and not in the kitchen itself).
For offices the best place is the entrance area or reception. You can also place the trio at your back in the office in order to receive good luck and divine support.
Article by: Jyotirvid Pawan Kumar