Feng Shui to Attract Money
Top Ten Feng Shui Wealth Enhancers
By Jenny Lin Mei Fun
There are endless symbols used in Feng Shui that have been proven for centuries to enhance wealth, money, fortune and prosperity luck. The top ten most popular symbols, in no particular order are:
- Many believed that a wealth ship laden with treasure placed pointing inwards to symbolize the ship returning home triumphant from its various conquests had helped them multiply their inflow of cash and created abundance in wealth for them.
- The practice of keeping Wealth pots, vases, jars, bowls or plates in homes to enhance wealth luck has been secretly performed by the rich since ancient China. A Wealth Pot symbolizes never-ending good fortune and wealth. The Wealth Pot is excellent for those seeking to attract windfalls luck and solidify their fortune through investment and business.
Wealth Inviting Crystal Trees
- A crystal tree, usually looks like a bonsai made up of resin trunk and twisted copper wire branches tied with crystal chips and empowered with gold coins tied to its branches is used to ensure everlasting wealth and money luck. Place a crystal gem tree in the office, shops, work desk, near cash registers and important areas in your business premises to bring in more sales and achieve more monetary gains and successes.
- The God of Wealth, or 'Chai Sen Yeh' is one of the most popular symbols of wealth, prosperity and fortune. He's extremely popular in the Chinese community so much so that elaborate rituals are performed during the Chinese lunar new year to welcome the God of Wealth into the household thereby bringing in lots of good fortune and magnifying windfall and speculative luck in life for the year to come.
- The Money Frog, also known as the three legged toad or "Chan Chu" in Chinese is probably the most auspicious symbol of money-making. This mythical creature is said to appear every full moon near homes that will receive good news of increased wealth or monetary gain. The Money Frog is used for attracting wealth and abundance and can often be seen near cash registers, receptions, managers' desk and offices in Oriental countries.
Pi Yao / Pi Xiu
- The Pi Yao is a mystical creature that is a particularly powerful and auspicious creature of good fortune adored by many. It is said to have a voracious appetite for precious stones and jewels that is infinite. The interesting part is that the Pi Yao does not have an anus, which means things only go in but never come out, signifying money rolling in without spilling out a dime.
- For centuries, citrine has been a special gem believed to be the most powerful generator of wealth! Also commonly known as the "merchant stone", Citrine brings excellent business luck, attracts abundance, fortune and wealth. Citrine is recognized by Feng Shui masters as the most potent wealth enhancer for the Period 8 (2004 to 2024).
- Gold Ingots are called "Yuen Bao" in Chinese. They were used as a currency by high officials and emperors in ancient China and today, in Feng Shui terms, they are regarded as the symbol of wealth and fortune. Gold ingots are extremely auspicious and are essential ingredients for wealth vases and wealth ships.
- In Chinese culture and in Feng Shui, the dragon is the most auspicious and magnificent, mightiest and most sacred of all creatures. Through generations, the dragon has been the ultimate symbol of power, abundance, good luck and honor. The Dragon is said to create the precious cosmic Chi or known as the 'Sheng Chi' which brings loads of good fortunes into our homes and workplaces.
- Because of its close resemblance of the oriental dragon - with its two 'whiskers', scales and the way it glides through the water, the Arowana is also commonly known as the golden dragon fish by the Chinese. The Chinese character for fish, 'yu' means abundance and coupled with the dragon being the ultimate good luck symbol, the Arowana is hence a very powerful Feng Shui enhancer associated with wealth, luck, strength and power.