Tonight I thought I would share a couple of interesting Buddha location beliefs that I just found online – well, I find them interesting anyway. Problem is, because I have so many Buddha’s in my collection, I have broken most of the no should do’s already. Mmm I think I might check out some rearranging tomorrow.
The Most Auspicious Feng Shui Buddha Location
The feng shui Buddha location can vary, but some are more auspicious than others are. Here's a closer look at where to place the Buddha:
1. Facing the main door: Many feng shui consultants recommend placing the Buddha opposite the main front door of a home, on a table, that is about thirty inches in height. This location allows Buddha to interact with the chi coming in from the door. From this position, he can neutralize the chi, and make it lucky.
3. On a desk: For all the students out there, placing Buddha on a desk is perfectly acceptable. He can help in assisting you in fulfilling your goals.
While there is no bad spot to place a Buddha in, this is the one caveat. Some feng shui experts frown upon placing Buddha in a bedroom or dining area. Other than these two locations, however, you can place Buddha just about anywhere.
Some Final Notes
Some final tips about the feng shui Buddha location involve his height placement. Avoid putting Buddha on the floor; doing so is disrespectful. The Chinese say that Buddha prefers being placed high up, and when he's happy, hopefully, the home is happy.
Additionally, don’t forget to rub Buddha’s belly. While it's not a requirement (and should be taken in good fun), many claim that rubbing Buddha's belly everyday (and the fatter the belly the better), will bring luck and prosperity to all in the home. Experiment with it today. After all, the only thing you stand to lose is luck and prosperity.