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The 5 Element Pagoda is a special charm in Feng Shui, beautifully designed to balance and protect against negative energy. It represents the five elements: Metal, Water, Wood, Fire, and Earth.


This pagoda helps to shield us from sickness and bad luck that could be caused by certain negative influences. On top, there are Chinese symbols for good fortune, power, and long life. Inscriptions at the bottom are believed to strengthen its guarding power.


At the forefront of the pagoda's blessings is the promise of prosperity. The potent symbol "Fuk," prominently inscribed at the zenith, specifically invokes a bounty of wealth and abundance, aligning the flow of energy to invite greater financial stability and success.


Owners of this artifact often place it in their wealth or work areas, with the intent that its influence will catalyze the growth of personal assets and enhance opportunities for monetary gain. The essence of prosperity is magnified by the powerful synergy of the five elements, ensuring the Pagoda is not merely a shield against negativity but a potent magnet for affluence and abundance.


Believed to bring:

Good fortune, prosperity, power, long life and shields us from sickness and bad luck.


Ideal room:

The ideal room or space to place your 5 Element Pagoda should be at wealth or work areas.


Aavailable in two sizes:

  • 1.58" x 1.58" x  5.9"


In addition to its symbolic design, the 5 Element Pagoda can be utilized practically by filling the bottom compartment with soil, pebbles or crystals, each embodying the grounding energy of the Earth element. This act of enclosing natural elements within the pagoda serves to anchor its protective properties in the physical realm.


Users are encouraged to undertake this practice mindfully, often at the beginning of the lunar year or when moving into a new space, as a gesture of setting intentional safeguards against the 5 Yellow affliction.


It is recommended to also renew the contents annually to preserve the potency of the pagoda's energies, or even better, replace with new one.



5 Element Pagoda



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