Money frogs or Three Legged Toads are a most commonly seen good fortune Feng Shui object in Asian businesses and homes. In Feng Shui belief, they are usually placed next to the cash register, point of customer interaction or close to the doorway to attract business, income and wealth luck. This money-bringing mythological creature with three legs is always greedy for gold and is said to work tirelessly to amass as much as good fortune to its owner as possible. It’s a potent symbol of abundance and prosperity that makes it one of the most sought after Feng Shui symbol.
Here are some suggestions on how you can use the Money Frogs:
Place one Wealth frog facing out and one frog facing in - to symbolize the frogs seeking wealth from outside, and bringing it inside. If you have only one piece, make sure it face inside the house.
At the altar with God of Wealth - believed to provide wealth in regards to gambling and speculation.
Beside you or on your work desk – this is said to encourage business deals to successfully go through or to help you make a good solid commission off of your work.
Use of nine frogs - These Chinese frogs can be placed around the home in all different directions. This is so that the frog can direct money luck to flow inward to the people of the home from all sources.