How to use pi xiu(pi yao) with feng shui
- As a good luck and abundance cure, Pi Yao is widely displayed in offices, as well as homes.
As with most traditional Chinese feng shui cures, the roots of the Pi Xiu (Pi Yao) symbol lie deep in Chinese mythology. With the fierce look of a winged lion, the mythical Pi Xiu can ward off evil spirits and protect anyone from harm.
Pi Yao (Pi Xiu) has a voracious appetite that seems to have no end; this makes him a symbol of good fortune and prosperity. The display of a Pi Yao (Pi Xiu) statue in business is considered a good luck feng shui cure to attract a never-ending flow of money.
- The first use of Pi Yao in the classical feng shui applications is as a protective cure against the negative energy of the Grand Duke (Tai Sui). The right positioning of the Pi Yao (Pi Xiu) is in the Bagua direction opposite the area affected by the Grand Duke presence. For example, in 2012 the Tai Sui energy was in the Southeast area, so the Pi Yao was placed in the Northwest Bagua area facing Southeast.
- A Metal Pi Yao (Pi Xiu) is also used as a potent feng shui cure for two other negative energies as per flying star feng shui school - the annual stars #2 and #5. A Metal Pi Yao (Pi Xiu) statue works best for this specific feng shui application.
- As a good luck and abundance cure, Pi Yao is widely displayed in offices, as well as homes. For this purpose, it is best to display a pair of Pi Yao (Pi Xiu). You can display them in your money area, your lucky direction for wealth, or simply in a prominent area of your living room. Do not place the Pi Yao symbol in the bathroom or in the kitchen.