Thursday, November 13

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Disclaimer: I received The Feng Shwag Kitchen Box to Review.  All opinions are my own.  


Feng means wind and shui means water . In Chinese culture wind and water are associated with good health, thus good feng shui came to mean good fortune.


I had the opportunity to review Feng Shwag, Feng Shui Kitchen Box. I spend most of my time in the kitchen anyways! It's my favorite room in the house.  I love to cook, and always great energy.  You may ask what is FengShwag?


Feng Shwag uses Chinese trinkets to balance out Feng Shui's, The Yin and Yang, Zen like attitude towards life. There are different Feng Shwag boxes to choose from.  I choose Feng Shui  Kitchen Box.


I was impressed at the shipping/packaging.  The box came with dividers, and everything tissue wrapped. Some of the items were in bags, or boxes inside the tissue paper. It felt like I had so many gifts to open.  I enjoyed the surprise of each trinket.  The quality of the trinkets were actually detailed, and impressed me.


Box includes ( Box dimensions: 8 1/2 x 8 1/4 x 4 )

  • Faceted Crystal Apple

Hang where you want to attract positive Chi ( energy ) and results.


  • Bagua Shaped Mirror

Place to deflect negative Chi (energy) where needed.


  • Dragon

A powerful symbol of strength, energy, and protection


  • Coin Globe

Ancient coins tied with red, to bring prosperity to the carrier.


  • Carver Sage

This popular kitchen herd is symbolic of fresh clean space.


  • Ceramic Teapot- Shaped Holder

Rest the carved sage on this symbol of hospitality.


  • Lucky Cat Creamer

A contemporary version of the ancient Chinese symbol, with its paw raised to draw in wealth and good fortune. Place facing the door.


  • Mandarin Oranges in a Bowl

Symbols of good fortune and immortality.


  • Candle on Wooden Stand with Teapot Charm

Light at meals to stimulate pleasurable and harmonious dining experiences.


  • Lucky Red Wish Envelope with Blank Papers

Write your desires for health, wealth and happiness and place them inside the envelope with focused intention.

Even if you aren't a spiritual person, The concept behind Taoist beliefs are interesting. I am a huge dragon fan. So much, I have a dragon tattoo'd on my chest for wealth, power and an abundance of opportunities. My feng shui dragon from the kitchen box is placed looking into the kitchen, chest level as well. The crystal apple, and glass mandarins are for good luck too, I am giving the crystal apple to my son's early special ed teacher.  The mini lucky cat creamer I am giving my niece to carry it around with her, for little tea parties to spread the wealth.  I have respect for all beliefs.  I believe in all religion. I also believe we all come from the same matter, and we ALL matter. With that being said, check out Feng Shwags trinket kitchen box!


Don't forget to check the other Feng Shui boxes out at, http://www.fengshwag.com/, there is a 50% Holiday sale!  






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