SmartHug always had a strong inkling towards this enormous animal - because of its uniquely cute appearance. Apart from being the largest and strongest animal, elephants send out wise vibes. These family-oriented creatures live and move in packs. In many Asian cultures, people worship elephants. In other parts of the world, the elephant is regarded as extraordinarily beautiful on the planet
How are elephants associated with Feng Shui?
Feng Shui believes in invisible energy that binds humanity, earth, and the universe together. According to Feng Shui, placing the elephant’s statue in your home attracts positive energy of power, beauty, kindness, and fertility.
Symbolic figurines such as a flower, a deity or an auspicious animal add a hint of goodness to your existing energy. Let the instinct decide. There are no strict rules. Find what attracts you because true feelings generate true energies.
Trunk Up or Trunk Down
Wisdom, good luck, protection, and fertility are the energies present in the elephant symbol. The trunk of the elephant plays a unique role in choosing the most suitable figurine. It signifies strength as well as the sensitivity of the elephant as they use it to greet, drink, pick food or prevent from danger.
Trunk up symbolizes the shower of good luck whereas trunk down symbolizes fertility.
Intertwined trunks of two elephants symbolize the prosperity in love and friendship.
Elephants are associated with good luck in ancient Asian folklore and mythology. In Feng Shui, an elephant with its trunk up disperses good luck around you.
Buddhist and Indian mythologies represent the elephant as a sacred animal with immense wisdom. Placing this symbol in your study, living room and workspace supposedly activates the energy of curiosity and learning (despite your age). Buy a SmartHug Good Luck Elephant at the store.