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Feng Shui
Feng Shui, which literally means Wind Water is an ancient Chinese metaphysical discipline that study how mankind is affected, for better or for worst, by the surroundings. The surroundings in this sense is not just limited to the nearby features, such as mountains and rivers or the internal arrangement of the home or office, but also includes astronomical influences. Here we GoodOrient provide you a large range of Feng Shui objects to gain good luck.
  • Feng Shui House
    Feng Shui House
    Luopan is a Chinese magnetic compass, also known as a Feng Shui compass. It is used by a Feng Shui consultant to determine the precise direction of a structure or other item. Since the invention of the compass for use in Feng Shui, traditional feng shui has required its use Like a conventional compass, a luopan is a direction finder. However, a luopan differs from a compass in several important ways. The most obvious difference is the Feng Shui formulas embedded in concentric rings on the surface. This is a metal plate known as the heaven dial. The metal plate typically sits on a wooden base known as the earth plate. The heaven dial rotates freely on the earth plate.a red wire or thread that crosses the earth plate and heaven dial at 90-degree angles is the Heaven Center Cross Line, or Red Cross Grid Line. This line is used to find the direction and note position on the rings. The schematic of earth plate, heaven plate, and grid lines is part of the two cords and four hooks geometrical diagram in use since at least the Warring States period.a conventional compass has markings for four or eight directions, while a luopan typically contains markings for 24 directions. This translates to 15 degrees per direction. Interestingly, the Sun takes approximately 15.2 days to traverse a point. If you mark a series of 24 points on the ecliptic it creates a cycle of 365.25 days, which means that each degree on a luopan approximates a terrestrial day.luopan does not point to the north pole of Earth. The needle of a luopan points to the south geographic pole. The Chinese word compass translates to ¡°pointing-south needle.¡±.
  • Buddha Statues
    Buddha Statues
    Buddha statues are found in various positions such as Buddha in a sitting posture, meditating. There are Buddha statues that depict Him on a lotus blossom that symbolizes his achievement of self realization. The Abhaymudra posture depicts Buddha overcome fear while Bumisparsa mudra depicts his faith in Earth and humankind. The reclining posture symbolizes the end of his journey on Earth. Buddha statues are carved out of several materials such as ceramic and porcelain which are commonly used in making Chinese Buddhist statues. Each of them has a special look and appearance in different shades. Some other common materials used to make Buddha statues include metal. There are plenty of Buddha statues that are made of brass that resembles a shiny gold color and copper. Bronze, gold and granite, etc are some other popular metals. The other materials used for making the statues are sandstone, wood such as rosewood and mango wood and resin which is painted in dark colors. The symbol of Buddha holds many meanings. It is a way to connect to the divinity in all living things. Bronze Buddha Statues conveys the calm feelings that reflect ones proper mental discipline. It helps control over negative thoughtsThe symbol of Buddha holds many meanings. It is a way to connect to the divinity in all living things. Bronze Buddha Statues conveys the calm feelings that reflect ones proper mental discipline. It helps control over negative thoughts.
  • Combine Crystal Balls
    Combine Crystal Balls
    Ballpoint pen is a modern writing instrument. A ballpoint pen has an internal chamber filled with a viscous ink that is dispensed at tip during use by the rolling action of a small metal sphere (usually 0.7 mm to 1.2 mm in diameter) of brass, steel or tungsten carbide. A ballpoint pen is a writing instrument which features a tip that is automatically refreshed with ink. It consists of a precisely formed metal ball seated in a socket below a reservoir of ink.We have many chinese styles Ballpoint pen,such a s 12Pcs Chinese Peking Opera Masks Cloisonne Ball Pen Set, Chinese Dragon Cloisonne Pen, and etc.If you like chinese culture, you can choose one from it, it is a good choice for you .
  • Maneki Neko Series
    Maneki Neko Series
    The Maneki Neko (literally "Beckoning Cat"; also known as Welcoming Cat, Lucky Cat, Money cat or Fortune Cat) is a common Japanese sculpture, often made of porcelain or ceramic, which is believed to bring good luck to the owner. The sculpture depicts a cat beckoning with an upright paw, and is usually displayed in stores, restaurants, pachinko parlors, and other businesses. A raised right paw supposedly attracts money, while a raised left paw attracts customers.
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