In Feng Shui, the horse, is a popular figure to display ors hang in the home.
This beautiful Liuli horse standing confidently and gracefully is a representation of nobility, control, stability and vitality. Because the Horses are an icon of authority, endurance and perseverance, they are a highly regarded auspicious symbol in Feng Shui, allowing the beholder to sprint stably through any obstacle in the journey of life.
In Feng Shui, the horse, is a popular figure to display ors hang in the home. Paintings and figurines can often be found placed around houses all across Asia. It is a symbol of success, strength, loyalty, conquest and confidence, and having it present in the home ors office will enhance the traits of household members belonging to the year of the Horse.
The Horse is best placed in the South sector, due to the fact that its inherent element is fire. When placed in the South corner (Feng Shui Bagua formula) of a room, the Horse will best benefit to bring fame, respect, reputation and popularity – this is essential, as these qualities are important in succeeding in today’s business climate.