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Everyday many of us wake up with a hope that today our life shall be better than yesterday and also secretly wish that at least some of our problems be resolved in a miraculous way. Some yearn for everyday guidance to make their dreams a reality & most often we search fervently in various books, news papers and channels for proper guidance about everyday finances, career and relationship is

Bagua Mirrors

Bagua Mirrors

These are eight sided (eight trigrams) mirrors in a wooden or metal frame that keep evil or negative energy at a distance. If you are experiencing unpleasant energy in a given area of home and office or if your home or office is at a T intersection then this feng-shui product could do wonders for you. It is also a lucky mascot as it attracts wealth and positivity. A concave mirror is used to ne

Bamboo Plants

Bamboo Plants

These are well known to emanate peace, serenity and bestow wisdom wherever planted. It is acclaimed to heal a person apart from being a symbol of luck. When planting bamboo sticks remember that each has a separate meaning: 2 sticks - Love and marriage. 3 sticks - Happiness. 5 sticks - Health. 8 sticks - Wealth in great quantity. 9 sticks -Luck Also a bamboo plant works its magic when it has all

Chinese Feng Shui Coins

Chinese Feng Shui Coins

Three Feng-Shui coins tied with a red ribbon increase a person's fortune and wealth. The coins depict the ancient Chinese coins with a square hole in the centre that denotes the coming together of Earth and heaven which is considered the most powerful energy reservoir. These coins can be kept in purses, mattresses, crystal bowls, drawers and can even be displayed and lead to overall prosper

Fuk Luk Sau

Fuk Luk Sau

Better known as the trinity of Gods in Feng-Shui, Fuk is for peace, Luk for fortune, control and strength, while Sau represents lifespan. They are peculiar to Chinese culture and the statues are an intrinsic part of Chinese homes. Placed on a high pedestal they are respected but not prayed to. Fu represents yang and Jupiter, Luk denotes Ursa Major constellation and Sau reflects the south pole.

Mandarin Ducks

Mandarin Ducks

The two mandarin ducks symbolize love and the integrity in it. Taken from nature where ducks live as a couple and are unable to survive alone. The ducks are known for their soft nature, bonding and fondness for each other. If you have them at home, you are sure to experience bliss in love, better marital affairs, minimum or no discords and strengthen overall relationship. The ducks can be in ce

Money Frog

Money Frog

The frog is popularly known as the money frog in feng-shui as it represents fortune and property. It looks like a wallet full of money and as it is found near water, which is a symbol of prosperity and is considered a sign of positive luck. The frog must be kept facing the door and never on the ground for more wealth. To receive good news it can be placed in the south-east corner and to enhance

Education Tower

Education Tower

The education tower is said to have its roots in the Buddhist Stupa or pillar. It has the mystical power to strengthen one's mind, lead to better concentration and even convert undisciplined minds into focussed ones. It can be kept at a child's table, office desk etc to increase positive mind energy and keep at bay distractive forces. This tower increases ability and leads to better luc

Elephants in Feng Shui

Elephants in Feng Shui

The elephant has been worshipped by several ancient cultures including Buddhism and Hinduism. It is a sign of knowledge, strength, stability and wisdom. Remedial benefit in fengshui is that it attracts love, success and fertility. If seeking better providence pick one that has its trunk facing upwards, and keep it at the front door. For attracting love and fertility keep a pair with intertwined

Ingot

Ingot

Ingot simply means wealth in great amount. These are kept at home, shops and office to attract money and prosperity. One can place as many ingots at home as one chooses to increase his fortune. These are made of several metals including gold and plastics and to know which one suits you, it's ideal to consult an expert feng-shui practitioner. Placing an ingot attracts universal wealth and al

Phoenix Bird

Phoenix Bird

The Phoenix or the immortal bird that always resurrects itself is a sign of fame, virtue and victory. It denotes yang energy and if paired with the dragon then yin. It stands for great power, change and is said to be the guardian of the house. If you want a turnaround in your business, are looking for new opportunities or simply want endless luck then this feng-shui bird of yore is the answer t

Piyao

Piyao

These can be used as single or in a pair and are primarily for personal protection and increase in wealth. It keeps evil spirits at bay and is a legend in Chinese mythology. Worn in the form of amulets, bracelets and kept in key chains due to their loyalty. To attract luck it should be kept in pairs. It is also kept at home or offices to win lotteries and games of chance that include wealth. Wh

Rooster in Feng Shui

Rooster in Feng Shui

Rooster has always been a great present in Feng-Shui. It signifies integrity, reliability and boldness. It is also considered a love charm that brings and keeps a couple together. It can be given in the form of a pendent, amulet, keychain and even as coins and medallions. However prior to buying or gifting, consulting a feng-shui expert is advised to reap maximum benefits. It is a sign of provi

Wealth Stones and Wealth Bowl

Wealth Stones and Wealth Bowl

Prior to filling the bowl it is best to have ones intensions clear in keeping the bowl and this is best done in solitude with the Feng-Shui object. Fill a wealth bowl with crystals or whatever the expert has asked to place within and keep it at the window allowing it to receive the rays of the sun and thereby increasing its energy. The bowl can be of glass, ceramic, metal or even bamboo dependi

Laughing Buddha

Laughing Buddha

Laughing Buddha is the most commonly used feng-shui product. Believed to be the incarnation of Lord Buddha and considered the best festive present. It possesses remedial benefits that are magical. In some the Buddha is shown holding a treasure bag, golden ingot, jewellery, gold coins and even a baby. Keeping a laughing Buddha brings good luck, wealth, happiness and relief from stress and anxiet

Pa Kua Mirrors

Pa Kua Mirrors

The Pa Kua mirror is round with an octagonal wooden frame around it. The eight sides in it reflect the 8 directions, are synonymous with luck and are exactly 45 degrees each. It derives its power from the I-Ching but is considered negative feng-shui and is used to reflect negative energy. A powerful tool it releases energies that can be negative or bring luck. These trigrams form the nucleus of

Wind Chimes

Wind Chimes

Although used primarily as a decorative piece in feng-shui, wind chimes also have remedial benefits. Available in metal, wood, glass and ceramic, this is one product that can be bought as well as gifted unlike other feng-shui products. The air element activates its magic. Its soothing sound provides mental and emotional peace while blocking negative energy and permitting the inflow of the posit