Feng Shui for Wealth
Looking for ways to enhance your financial luck? How to improve the cash flow and what can you do to attract opportunities to gain more in terms of wealth? Follow these simple and easy-to-do Feng Shui remedies and enhance your monetary prospects!
To increase your wealth, place a piece of furniture such as the Yang Horse of success or the Wealth Ingot facing the door of your house. You should also draw more strength or Yang energy to this area by augmenting your desk or table with a lamp, a plant or your favorite Feng Shui enhancer for wealth.
Place a Chan Chu(money frog) in convergence areas such as the lounge or living room for the best type of Feng Shui. Our friend with the webbed toes is actually a potent enhancer of wealth, luck as well as material prosperity, especially if you can get your hands on one with a Chinese coin lodged in its mouth. Also make sure that the Chan Chu is not facing outwards towards a window! This denotes flushing away your good luck.
Invest in an aquarium to boost your wealth factor! Place your aquarium in the west, to strengthen your intelligence and career endeavors. Water is very conducive to usher in wealth, provided that it is placed in the proper location. Purchase a few fish to get the water moving, and make sure you clean your aquarium when it gets dirty. It's important for the water in your aquarium to stay fresh at all times.
Slip Chinese coins tied with red thread among your workbooks, to increase your wealth. The red thread will speed up this process.
The orange is a very auspicious fruit in China. This year, especially will see oranges in profusion as symbols of prosperity, luck and good will. The word orange in the Canton dialect of China, is phonetically similar to gold. So hang pictures, artworks or photographs of this fruit in your kitchen or decorate countertops with charming bowls of oranges to signify (and enjoy) wealth and prosperity!
If you wish to improve your health, be happier, or become more prosperous, Fuk Luk Sau would be a great help for you. According to Feng Shui and the Chinese culture, they would not only help you achieving such goals but also maintaining them in order for you to have a steady health, prosperity and happiness through time.
There are specific indications on how and where the sailing ships should be placed. They should be inside the house and next to the main door. If it is in your working space, it should also be inside it and right next to the door. Besides, it is important that it is facing inside symbolizing that it carries prosperity into your space. If it is pointing outside, it might produce the opposite effect and send prosperity away.
Gold ingots symbolize wealth, abundance and prosperity. Actually, they are seen as the main prosperity and wealth symbolism objects. Therefore, whenever a person is looking for improving his income or his prosperity, gold ingots might be the best way to achieve it. By placing gold ingots in your house, you might attract wealth and prosperity to it as well as you might attract it directly to you if you carry them with yourself.
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