The Chinese Statues greatly influence how statues are used in feng shui treatment, primarily when a statue is used to activate an element. There are many powerful Chinese symbols that you can incorporate into a feng shui design that will improve the flow of chi and bring good energy. People often think of Chinese statues as a symbol of good luck. You can use these statues to attract energies towards you. Many statues activate chi energy in the wealth career sector. You can use the same statue for different areas to bring energy representing an amulet or image. Therefore, you can use the statues of wealth to promote your career to achieve maximum success in your field of work and wealth. Chinese statues are also used for room decoration.
Chinese Dragon Statue
Just add dragon turtle to your wealth or career field if you want to achieve success; it symbolizes great wealth. This legendary creature has a tortoise body with a dragon-like head. The energies associated with this statue are courage, determination, strength, and success. For business endeavors, this is a powerful statue. The dragon turtle is depicted on top of the heap of gold ingot and I Ching coins. It has an open mouth so that it can blow positive energy with great force. To increase the family's good health and luck, you can place dragon statues in the eastern sector of your home.
Chinese Cat Statue
The Japanese Maneki Neko cat is one of the most used feng shui statues, which is believed to bring good luck. Maneki Niko is also commonly known as the money cat. Maneki Niko is displayed in windows or entrances of various business establishments. The raised cat's palm is a sign of welcome appeal. Traditionally, Manki Niko was more famous for its raised palms. Maneki Niko with raised both palms in the air indicates abundance and good fortune. Feng Shui principles believe that raised left palm attracts women; businesses such as beauty salons or other women-centric stores prefer to have Maneki Niko with raised left palm, while the right palm is good for attracting men.
Chinese Warrior Statues
The Terracotta Army is a collection of terracotta statues depicting the armies of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China. It is a type of art buried with the emperor in 210–209 BCE to protect the emperor in his afterlife. Emperor Qin Shi Huang united China for the first time and named it Qin Shi Huang, which means 'the first emperor of the Qin Dynasty. The Terracotta Army has been formed in honor of the army he prepared to conquer other states and unite China. Terracotta statues figurine as life-sized; they vary in height, uniform, and hairstyle. Their faces are different from each statue. The Terracotta army statues were developed by government workers and local artisans in local workshops using local materials. The arms, head, legs, and torso were made separately, and then the pieces were assembled.
Balancing jade is the dragon's power; it symbolizes fire, power, and activity. The jade dragon combines these qualities and represents the constant pursuit of human balance, well-being, and contentment.