ArtsAutosBooksBusinessEducationEntertainmentFamilyFashionFoodGamesGenderHealthHolidaysHomeHubPagesPersonal FinancePetsPoliticsReligionSportsTechnologyTravel
  • »
  • Religion and Philosophy»
  • Astrology & Metaphysics

Feng Shui Good Luck Symbols

Updated on October 20, 2015
Anamika S profile image

Anamika S Jain is a Social Media Consultant and Blogger. She is passionate about topics like Astrology, Numerology, Feng Shui and Gemstones.

Feng Shui Products for Good Luck

Who does not wish to have good luck? In Feng Shui, There are several good luck charms and symbols used to enhance wealth. Given below is a list of 6 Feng Shui Good Luck Charms that can help you get lucky and successful along with their right placement.

Feng Shui Good Luck Symbols
Feng Shui Good Luck Symbols

6 Feng Shui Products for Good Luck

Given are 6 Feng Shui Good Luck Charms.

The Gem Tree: The Gem Tree is a tree made of semiprecious stones which help to enhance luck.That way we can say that a gem tree is not just a decorative piece but is said to improve the general luck of the family members. Many types and colors of crystals are normally used in the tree. If placed in North West of the house this symbol increases the luck of the breadwinner in the family. Placing this symbol in the South East of the house can improve the general wealth luck of family members.

The Mongoose: The Mongoose is a Symbol widely used to enhance wealth luck and reduce bad Feng Shui. The Mongoose is normally shown sitting in a bed of gold ingots and coins. It is said that this symbol can help in overcoming bad luck and getting more luck. This symbol can be placed on the office desk or living room for best results.

The Laughing Buddha: The Laughing Buddha is one of the most used symbols by Feng Shui Consultants for enhancing the financial luck. The laughing Buddha is regarded as one of the gods of wealth and keeping this symbol at home is said to bring prosperity and success. One can also use the Laughing Buddha lucky charm cards which can be kept in a wallet for wealth and good luck.

The Chinese Coins: The Chinese Coins is another popular Feng Shui symbols for enhancing the money luck. Three old Chinese coins are tied with a red thread and hung on the inside of the main door for this purpose. This symbol can be kept in the wallet, purse or cash box to bring in a continuous flow of income.

The Conch Shell: The Conch Shell carries great significance for Hindus in India. It is also one of the 8 auspicious symbols on the feet of Buddha. This symbol is said to improve travel and overseas business luck. This symbol is particularly good for those in the field of Exports.

The Horse Shoe: The Horse Shoe is one of the most used symbols in India which is affixed on the main door for protection and good luck. This symbol can be used on West, North West and North facing doors with the prongs pointing downwards. Make sure you get one which was worn by a horse.

How To Use Feng Shui For Good Luck?


Submit a Comment

  • profile image

    dammi dedigama 6 years ago

    thnx 4 the information....

  • Anamika S profile image

    Anamika S 8 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

    Thanks for the visit and appreciation. Paradise7. Feng Shui is one of my newly acquired interests and i would be sharing more on the different types of applications and symbols used in Feng Shui.

  • Paradise7 profile image

    Paradise7 8 years ago from Upstate New York

    This hub had quite a few good luck symbols. One I remember from visiting relatives in Lancaster, Pennsylvania (USA) who were Pennsylvania Dutch was a hex symbol. Every barn had a hex symbol painted over the top of the doorway, and for a while I had a necklace with a hex symbol. They're very beautiful patterns.

    This was a good hub, I liked it. Brief and sweet, and quite well-written, and a shopping opportunity, all combined!

  • Anamika S profile image

    Anamika S 8 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

    BKCreative and dohn121 : Thanks for the appreciation

    Peter Dickinson : There is nothing wrong in the prongs pointing upwards. But with the prongs pointing downwards the horse shoe is said to offer protection also along with good luck.

  • dohn121 profile image

    dohn121 8 years ago from Hudson Valley, New York

    It really is incredible that people throughout the world different interpretations of what brings them good luck. As Peter knows, the Thai and Lao are akin to "charm bracelets" which ward off evil spirits. Thank you for sharing this, Anamika S.

  • Peter Dickinson profile image

    Peter Dickinson 8 years ago from South East Asia

    Interesting about the horse shoe. In the UK it has to be with the prongs upwards....or the 'luck' pours out.

  • BkCreative profile image

    BkCreative 8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

    I am very much into feng-shui - and have the Chinese items. Good luck is all around me! I will have to invest in the Indian ones as well.

    Thanks for the information!