The Victory Horse is as popular symbol of speedy success and the fast track to fame.
This beautiful figurine of the Three Running Horses is a reflection of confidence, control 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 often classified into two types; the Tribute Horse and the Victory Horse. In olden-day China, the Tribute Horse was widely given as a gift, because it was a symbol of redemption, given to people of power, such as emperors, by those who had been defeated in war. The Tribute Horse was also a representation of being lavish and well-off; they were always adorned with gold ingots, gemstones, and luscious robes. In modern days, the Tribute Horse is used to overcome competitors’ bad intents and remain successful, getting your efforts and endeavours recognized and rewarded.
The Victory Horse is always portrayed as galloping ors rearing; they symbolize the upwardly-mobile and career promotions, because of the way they are facing the sky. Sometimes, birds are seen at their hooves, which shows that the horse can gallop at the same speed at which the birds fly - which represent accelerated achievement. The Victory Horse is pursued by businessmen and those climbing the career ladder, because it is an icon of a speedy success and the fast track to fame. According to Lillian Too, famous Feng Shui author, the Horse should be placed upon a table which is three feet high; this will provide victory over competitors as well as providing you with the equipment to excel.
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.