Feng Shui Coins: Why & How You Need to Place Them!

Feng Shui Coins Placement

Feng Shui Coins are one of the simplest to use tools. They’re – often – used to draw money and wealth. However, they work really well as protection and lucky charms too! Feng shui coins are known by various other names such as Chinese coins, Chinese lucky coins, Chinese good …

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Money Frog Feng Shui: The Correct Placement & Much More!

Money Frog or Wealth Toad Feng Shui

In Feng Shui, Money Frog or Chinese Money Frog is a powerful tool to attract abundance and prosperity. There’re hosts of other names given to the Money Frog. Here’re some commonly used ones: Wealth frog Money toad Lucky money frog Fortune frog Three legged prosperity toad and many more to …

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Water Fountain: Feng Shui’s Wealth & Abundance Magnet!

Water Fountain Feng Shui

Water fountains are auspicious in Feng Shui and here’s the reason why. Water has the ability to collect or pool Qi energy and this ability of water makes a fountain auspicious. Here, I assume that you’re aware of feng shui and it’s principles. If – by any chance – you aren’t then please head …

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Feng Shui Home Entrance

Feng Shui Home Entrance

In Feng Shui, main door or entrance is given very high degree of importance and that’s because it’s the main door from where the Qi energy enters into your home. Now, I’m sure that you’re aware of the problems that very fast or extremely slow moving Qi and misbalance of …

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Feng Shui Stairs

Feng Shui Stairs

Stairs or staircases (as some like to call it) aren’t a new concept when it comes to multistory home. They have been in use since ages and chances are that they aren’t going anywhere in future too! Stairs allow everyone to move from one floor to another with ease (more …

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Feng Shui Dining Room

Feng Shui Dining Room

In feng shui, dining rooms are given a very high degree of importance and that’s because it’s “The Room” where a family is “supposed to” dine and spend a real quality time together. I said “supposed to” because in most houses dining rooms are seldom used (for dining) and they …

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