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 #8 is the most auspicious number in feng shui, symbolising infinity and a balance between Heaven and Earth. The chi of the #8 harmonises beneficially with the current Period of 8 and is auspicious when placed to activate the yearly and monthly Flying Star #8. Place this Figure of 8 to also activate the Mountain Star 8 according to the natal chart of your home.
Place a rose quartz angel in the general space feng shui direction of northeast to enhance spiritual wisdom, in your wisdom direction based on your personal energy number, on your prayer altar or opposite your front door to invite heavenly blessings into your home. Enhance the general romance corner of the southwest with two rose quartz angels or place a pair of these angels in the romance direction of your bedroom based on your personal energy number.
The chromed spinnable Wu Lou is enclosed within a gold circle of the 12 Chinese zodiac animals on one side and the 8 Buddhist symbols on the other. The symbolism of the gourd is depicted in the top half of the gourd representing Heaven and bottom half representing Earth. The Wu Lou is a traditional Chinese symbol of health, vitality and immortality.