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How Is Rooster Relevant To Feng Shui

By Greg Pierce

“The Chinese people have been using Feng Shui for more than a century. Chinese people believe that it will give them good fortune in whatever they do especially in their business endeavors. It’s already part of their culture and their way of life. Try going to a home owned by a Chinese family, you will surely notice it. Today, this isn’t only practice by Chinese, this is already practiced all over the world. They have acquired it as their own personal belief and into their own lifestyles. Today, many buildings and houses are built in accordance with feng shui. The intention is to be able to invite good health, love, wealth, peace and happiness.

Since it’s extensively used, one cannot just ignore its importance. Feng shui paraphernalia also serve as nice additions to any home or office design. To achieve this, many use animal as a symbol. People use birds a lot because they are colorful and inspire nice thoughts and inspiration and promote freedom.

The rooster, for instance, is known to bring bliss and good fortune to those who use it. The Chinese believe that bad energy causes conflict and bad luck and should, thus, be stopped. Rooster decorations are used to put a stop to bad energy. There are things that are considered to be unlucky just like pipes since the smoke that comes out of it looks like a serpent.

Placing a rooster decor in a southern corner of the living room is believed to give good luck to all aspects of the owner’s life. Rooster decor can also prevent unfaithfulness between married couples. For business purposes, the decor should be placed in an area facing rows of cubicles that are in a snakelike set up to prevent disagreements.

In offices or business establishments, rooster decors are used in order to promote growth in everyone’s career. As people know, roosters crow in the morning and seem to be rejoicing with the coming of a new day. When they do this, they are trying to ward off evil spirits and at the same time, invite vibrant spirits with a fresh new start. Roosters have a regal stance and they are known to be good leaders. Those who have the stance of the rooster when it comes to managing people, he will surely be an effective manager.

All of these beliefs have originated from feng shui. For those who are in serious need of good luck in their life, try exploring these roosters and feng shui.

To improve your financial status, feng shui recommends placing a rooster decor in your living room or if you want to ward off bad energy from your office, put a ceramic rooster on your desk facing north. Get some roosters now and let them work their magic on you.

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Pierce, Greg "How Is Rooster Relevant To Feng Shui." How Is Rooster Relevant To Feng Shui. 12 Jul. 2010. 17 Mar 2016 <>.

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