Large Laughing Buddha of AbundanceIt is placed prominently within the premises to attract good luck, joyous news, and good fortune. Those who wish to benefit the most from the Laughing Buddha should face their Sheng Chi(success) or Tian Yee (health) direction as much as possible. Note the auspicious inscriptions on his belly. Rubbing it will let the luck and happiness go into you. Recommended by many Feng Shui experts, and said to be one of the best enhancers around. Excellent redwood finish and VERY heavy.
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