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Mythical Creatures Symbolism

The most influential feng shui collection

In the Chinese culture, wearing gold jewelry is believed to bring lots of good luck. And when the item includes auspicious symbols in the design, then the luck is multiplied. Wear an auspicious symbol in gold to maximize your good fortune. These specially crafted gifts in gold make excellent presents of love and care.

Pi Xiu

The Pi Xiu ( also known as Pi Yao ) is probably one of the most popular Feng Shui items in the market. Its supremacy second only to the Dragon, this heavenly creature is considered by Feng Shui practitioners to both a powerful protector as well as enhancer. Resembling a winged lion, it is particularly influential and auspicious in creating and maintaining wealth. This stems from the story of Pixiu having violated a law of heaven and was punished by being restricted to a diet of only god and silver, with no means of expelling as its anus was sealed. This translates symbolically to wealth coming in and none going out. Talk about gaining from the suffering of others!


Pi Xiu has a mouth as big as that of a hippo; a pair of wings that can fly symbolizing agility; a wide nose that can smell everything in all directions; eyes that are perceptive to the slightest; a sharp horn on the head; and sharp teeth in the mouth. The figure of Pi Xiu is as strong as Chi lim. But it has no buttocks, which means that there is a way in but no way out inherently.

In present time, the major banks, successful entrepreneurs’ offices and shops all have Pi Xiu’s. It is not only a guardian god, but also can bring in abundant source of monetary revenue and land-office business. Pi Xiu will also bless you come in and go out safely, and protect the wealth that you accumulate from leaking out.



The Dragon, which is the most potent symbol of Yang, is one of the four celestial animals in Feng Shui. It is a mysthical creature that has held emblem since ancient times, when it was believed to transfuse courage and heroism to the beholder. For the Chinese people and for all followers of Feng Shui, the Dragon is the most highly revered animal out of all others, extremely auspicious and always treated with the highest sense of veneration.

The Dragon is regarded as the strongest symbol of good fortune because the Dragon is believed to emit a special form of chi, known as “Sheng Chi” or “Celestial Breath”. Feng Shui is essentially all about capturing and creating Sheng Chi. It is this Sheng Chi that is said to attract wealth luck, good fortune, good luck, abundance and success to the area lucky enough to receive it. It is for this reason that the dragon is such a popular lucky symbol used to enhance business success and prosperity.

Dragon Tortoise

The Dragon Tortoise, a mythical animal made of the two celestial animals, the Dragon and the Tortoise, is a smooth blend of ambition and wisdom. It is a feng shui symbol of support from important people, as well as an increase in wealth luck. Because it is such an ideal amalgamation of the qualities of both the dragon (perseverance and valiancy) and the tortoise (steadfastness and stability), it is a fantastic figure said to instigate career luck and job development, defeating competition and reviving reputation.

Sometimes, there is a baby tortoise on the animal’s back, and this is a feng shui symbol that represents excellent descendant's luck, and allows for the young ones to the old of the household to be healthy, wealthy and happy. Descendant luck is the luck that governs the success a man will experience while trying to start a family with his partner.


Money Frog

The Money Frog, also recognized by name the “Three Legged Toad”, is a celestial and mythical creature, believed to emerge every full moon to bring with it wealth and good fortune. It is one of the most prominent symbols of prosperity and monetary gain in Feng Shui, and can often be spotted beside cash registers, receptions and owners’ desks all across Asia.

In ancient Chinese folklore, the Money Frog was the wife of renowned man who attained the Elixir of Mortality from Hsi Wang Mu, the Goddess of the West. The frog, who at that time was still a maiden, was jealous and so stole the elixir from her husband. As retribution by the other gods, she was transformed into a three-legged frog and sentenced to reside on the moon. Because of this, the Money Frog is always seen sitting on a bed of treasure, carrying two strings of coins and biting one in the mouth – her natural greed requires that she always be surrounded by riches. This is why she is such a strong symbol of prosperity that is used extensively to attract wealth luck.


The Phoenix, a magnificent large bird, is one of the four celestial animals. It is an important symbol in Feng Shui, as it holds many desirable traits. According to Feng Shui Bagua Theory, the South direction (which is the sector of fame and recognition luck, of the element Fire) is the direction of the Phoenix. It is for this reason that placing a Phoenix figurine alone in the South sector will activate its potent yang energy, and create both popularity and opportunities.

Recognition luck is the kind of luck that will help your hard work or efforts get noticed and appreciated, your ideas and plans get listened to, and your accomplishments praised and acknowledged by your superior or boss. Without this luck, your good work will often be overlooked and your weaknesses being constantly picked on. The Phoenix is ideal for singles that are looking for love. When it is placed alongside a Dragon, it’s yin energy is activated, and this is optimum for couples (yin and yang) who are looking for everlasting love.