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A Buddha for Every Feng Shui Purpose
It is no surprise that the ancient Chinese practice of feng shui makes plentiful use of Buddha statures and imagery to manage the quality and flow of energy in the home.
In general, the presence of Buddha brings peace and serenity to the home. When you have a busy, hectic lifestyle—which is the expression of yang feng shui energy—it is very important to focus on creating a peaceful quality of energy in your home. And no influence does this more effectively than the presence of Buddha.
A Buddha statue or image in your home lends calming yin energy to complement and balance the active yang energy of your lifestyle. And balanced yin-yang energy in your home is the key to good health and well-being.
Explore our feng shui selection of Buddha decor elements—from sculptures to art posters—and see which one works best with your Bagua and your home decor.Continue to 2 of 13 below.
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Sleeping Buddha: Peace, Calm, Serenity, and Simplicity
A reclined, sleeping buddha will lend an excellent feng shui energy for any area of your home. Its relaxing, soothing, comforting energy is especially good for the living room or a hallway close to the bedroom.Continue to 3 of 13 below.
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Laughing Buddha: Celebration, Joy, and Abundance Energy
The popular laughing buddha is an excellent feng shui cure for the southeast area of your bagua—the money area of your home. You can also display the laughing buddha in your main entrance, where it introduces a sparkly, happy quality of energy to your whole home. Of course, the bigger the statue, the better!Continue to 4 of 13 below.
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Buddha on Lotus Base: Centering, Deeply Spiritual, CalmingContinue to 5 of 13 below.
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Sandstone Garden Buddha: Calming Energy Outside Your Home
This sandstone Buddha sculpture is a beautiful and peaceful feng shui addition to any area of your garden, except for the north feng shui area. It can be absolutely stunning close to your front door (if it works with the overall look and energy of your house).
This posture, known as "calling earth to witness," is said to represent the moment when the Buddha recognized his enlightenment.Continue to 9 of 13 below.
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Happy Buddha (Hotei): Good Luck and Abundance Feng Shui Energy
Hotei is not a representation of the classic Buddha (known as Gautama Buddha or Shakyamuni), but is instead a Japanese-Shinto god of good luck. He is said to have been an historical figure, a Chan Buddhist monk who lived in the 9th century. Hotei is a symbol of happiness, luck, and prosperity.Continue to 11 of 13 below.
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Buddha Wall Painting on CanvasContinue to 12 of 13 below.
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Peaceful Zen Buddha Fountain: Calming Water Energy
A peaceful and serene fountain with a meditating Buddha will provide excellent energy for north or northeast feng shui areas of your home.Continue to 13 of 13 below.
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Gold Buddha Face Art Poster
A poster such as this one is highly recommended for your meditation room or for the south (Fame) bagua area of your home. It's energy offers both serenity and joy, both peace and exuberance.