The shape of the Wu Lou represents Heaven (the top half) and Earth (the bottom half) and signifies a balance between Heaven, Earth and Humanity. Place the Wu Lou for the Yearly and Monthly Flying Star #2 Illness Star. For ongoing health issues, place on your bedside table or in your health direction based on your personal energy number. The Wu Lou can also be displayed in the general health sector of east in your living room to benefit the whole family.
The 6 rod all metal windchime is a potent cure for the yearly and monthly Flying Stars #2 & #5. The metal element of the wind chime weakens the earth element of the #2 & #5. The 6 hollow tubes attract the density of the negative earth element and the six rods represent wealth coming from heaven. Hang the wind chime from the ceiling or at least 90 cms above the floor. Never sit or sleep directly beneath a hanging wind chime.
The arowana is a symbol of prosperity and is revered by the Chinese 'as a living dragon'. Display the golden arowana in the general wealth sector of southeast in your living room, dining room or office. Place alongside your water features to enhance the flow of chi. As north is the career direction in space feng shui, placing your golden arowana here will invite career opportunities.
A pair of golden peaches, one inscribed with the symbol "Fu" for good fortune and other with the symbol "Shou" for longevity. Display these golden peaches in the general space feng shui sector of east in the living or dining room, for the health luck of the family. Based on your personal energy number, place them in your health direction in your living room, dining room, bedroom or office. To invite marriage luck or to sustain the luck of married couples, place them in your relationship direction of your bedroom based on your personal energy number, or the general space feng shui sector of southwest.