In Chinese Feng Shui, the mascot plays an important role. Chinese believe that some mascots can bring good luck and an auspicious future, while others can prevent bad luck from happening. According to Feng Shui, we can use different mascots to decorate our homes and offices. They not only act as lucky symbols, but also can help balance the Qi field in homes and offices. Besides, they can offer us positive psychological implications that improve our body Qi circulation, which is one important part of personal Feng Shui adjustments.
If you want to display a particular mascot in home or office, you should consult with a Feng Shui consultant to make sure that mascot works properly for your purpose. I am more than happy to help you on selecting mascots, just e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not many people realize that there is a famous mascot in Harvard University. It is a type of turtle that supports a monument on its back in Harvard Yard. The mascot’s name is Bi Xi (see the picture). In Chinese myth, Bi Xi is one of nine sons of the dragon. It is known to like weight-bearing and reading, so it always bears the monument on its back. You can often see one in the courtyard of the temple and the ancestral hall in China.