The uses of Laughing Buddha. aspirations such as wealth, success, good health, abundance, career and children.
Legend has it that the Laughing Buddha is based on the life of a Buddhist monk who lived in the 10th century China. He was a bit too eccentric for a monk, but his loving ways and jovial countenance soon earned him many followers. He is considered a reincarnation of Gautama Buddha and is most welcome and loved everywhere he goes as he brings the energy of light heartedness, joy and laughter.
The most common one of the most popular cures in Feng Shui application is the Laughing Buddha, also known as Buddha of Happiness or Matreiya in Buddhism. This jolly deity is the supreme symbol of joy and wellbeing and vision of happiness. In fact he is used as an enhancer in attaining almost all areas of positive on Feng Shui use of the Laughing Buddha is to attract wealth and good luck. The symbol of Laughing Buddha is considered to bring auspicious energy, wealth and joyful blessings anywhere it is placed, so now you know why you can see at least one Laughing Buddha in Chinese establishments.
So popular is the Laughing Buddha that he is available in a wide variety of Feng Shui products - from figurines and bells to key chains and amulets made from resin, metal, crystal and even porcelain. He is also depicted in various positions with a vast array of auspicious symbols such as such as Ru Yi, Wu Lou, gold ingots and coins, bagful of treasures or surrounded by playful children.