What is Feng Shui Frog?How to Place Your Feng Shui Money Frog for Good Luck(Toad)
What is Feng Shui Frog?
The symbolism of the money frog comes from Chinese folklore. According to one legend, a wife of one of the eight immortals who were greedy and craved riches stole the elixir of immortality and drank it. As punishment, she was turned into a toad with the tail of a tadpole instead of two hind legs and banished to the moon. In another version of the story, her incensed husband shot her with an arrow, causing her to lose a leg.
Furthermore, frogs and toads are found around water, and in feng shui, water is symbolic of wealth. Together, these legends and associations have turned the money frog into a magnet for wealth and good fortune.
How to Place Your Feng Shui Money Frog for Good Luck(Toad)?
Traditionally, the money frog should be placed in a home's energetic center of money. In classical feng shui, this is the southeast corner of your space. And in Feng Shui, it's the top lefthand area of your space as viewed on a floor plan.
In addition to placing a frog in the money area, you can opt for more frogs on an office desk, near where you keep financial papers, or in your entryway on a diagonal from the front door, In this case, it's important to position the frog looking inside the house rather than facing out through the door, so it brings in wealth to you.
A group of money frogs—particularly groups of three, six, or nine—is thought to bring more wealth than a single frog. But don't exceed nine, and arrange them so they face different directions.