Feng Shui For Finance – Part 1

Feng Shui is an ancient science, practiced by the Chinese for centuries. Wealth creation is an important part of Chinese life and you can use some of the wisdom they have developed to give your finances a boost!

All of these tips are simple and anyone can give them a try, what have you got to lose!

Good luck money coins feng shui

Lucky Chinese coins, a set of three tied with red ribbon, and place in your wallet for good money luck!

Make sure your wallet is cleared of old receipts and rubbish on a regular basis. Ensure that it is in good condition and not worn out and tatty. Don’t crumple your dollar bills, make sure they are flat and smooth. Respect the money you have.

If you have more than one wallet, ensure that every other wallet has at least one coin in them, as this represents your wallet never being empty.

Get a piece of yellow cardboard and cut it into the size of a $20.00 note. Write in big bold letters the following – “I am saying YES to more WEALTH, PROSPERITY and ABUNDANCE” ….Thank You! and keep this in your wallet at all times.

Throw out or sell all the clutter around your home. Ebay and Gumtree will help you move the things you no longer want and by making space in your home, you have space to receive more of what you do want.

Have a decorative jar in your kitchen that you use to collect the excess coins that  in your purse.

Make sure than any dripping taps or plumbing blockages are taken care of immediately, as these affect the financial flow of the house. Dripping taps represent your money dripping away, and blocked pipes block the flow of good fortune.

Wear the colour green, it is the colour of abundance. You can also paint your nails green and wear green jewellery.

Citrine quartz is the gem of abundance. Wear a citrine around your neck. Carry a citrine tumbled stone in your pocket.

Having citrus trees in your yard symbolise abundance and growth. Keep them healthy and well fertilized and they will help to attract abundance and give you lot’s of beautiful fruit to eat.

In Part 2 of this series, I will give you some great tips for looking after the prosperity area of your home.

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