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The Magical Ru Yi Scepter Makes Dreams Come True

Ru Yi is the Chinese equivalent of a magic wand. According to the Chinese, having this wand in your home will help any of your dreams and wishes come true, even the most daring ones. Since ancient times, this scepter is also considered to be a symbol of huge sexual power. It also is considered to be a symbol of unquestionable authority.

The Ru Yi usually takes the form of a magic Lingzhi mushroom – the Chinese mushroom of immortality. This scepter can bring prosperity and health to your home, and its mere presence in a home is a happy sign for the entire family. The scepter placed in any home will bring happiness to all who live there, as it will bring home all kinds of energies for making happiness complete.

This charm can be placed anywhere in your home or office, depending on the energy that you want to activate with its use. If you want to promote health and familial relationships, put it in the Health and Family area (east). If you want to gain wealth, put it in the Wealth and Prosperity area (southeast). For safe travel or support from influential people and mentors, put it in the Helpful People and Travel area (northwest).

The other sectors that you may want to activate are: Fame and Reputation (south), Career (north), Love and Marriage (southwest), Creativity and Children (west), and Knowledge and Self-Cultivation (northeast).

This amulet can also be purchased together with other Chinese symbols, such as the Golden Budai (also known as Hotei, Laughing Buddha or Fat Buddha). The Budai is one of the seven gods of happiness. It is the god of wealth, prosperity and happiness. It is believed that Hotei helps to make the deepest wishes come true. The belief has it that if you rub the belly of the Budai three hundred times thinking of something good, then your thought will definitely come true.

The image of Hotei is associated with a specific person that lived in China at the end of the 10th century – a little round monk named Qi-Qi, who went from village to village with a large canvas bag and beads. Legend has it that wherever he appeared – good luck and health came to the people. If someone asked, what is in the bag, he replied: “The whole world is in there.”

Since ancient times, Budai is a god of home in China. His presence in the house brings prosperity, understanding, contentment and carefree life for everyone in the family. It is no coincidence that Hotei is considered to be the embodiment of happiness.