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Feng Shui Fish for Good Luck and Prosperity

Updated on November 20, 2013
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Anamika S Jain is a social media consultant and blogger. She is passionate about topics like astrology, numerology, feng shui and gemstones.

Feng Shui Good Luck Fishes

In Feng Shui Fishes are regarded as Symbols of good fortune and abundant wealth. So they are widely used as pet fishes in the aquarium, paintings or pictures or kept as figurines to attract success and prosperity. It is said that the fishes saves us from danger and bad luck. There are many types of fishes used to create positive energy and abundance in Feng Shui like the Arowana, Flowerhorn, Dragon Carp or Gold Fish. However, it is advised not to place your aquarium in the kitchen and in your bedroom as this can cause money problems and illnesses.

Arowana Fish Feng Shui Symbol for Good Luck and Prosperity.
Arowana Fish Feng Shui Symbol for Good Luck and Prosperity.

Arowana Fish Symbol

Arowana Fish the most famous and powerful fish used in feng shui. In Chinese, the Arowana is called Kam Lung Yue which means Golden Dragon Fish. It has distinct dragon like barbels and large shiny scales that resembles the powerful and mythical dragon. This Feng Shui Symbol is normally seen as biting a coin in its mouth sitting on a bed of coins. It has made its name as the ‘fish of the rich and famous’ because one has to pay a huge price for a live fish. The arowana as a Feng Shui symbol signifies supremacy, prosperity, wealth, strength, good luck, happiness and power. It is also believed that placing this fish helps to drive away evil spirits and bad luck. This is a potent energizer of wealth and auspicious Symbol to keep for those looking for increase their wealth luck, multiply sources of income or opportunities and pay raise.

The most auspicious areas to keep the Arowana Fish figurine are the north, east, southeast and southwest. Displaying this symbol in the North sector of the house, office desk etc. can give a boost to the career luck. Displaying it in the Southeast corner or in the Office reception counter helps to energize your wealth luck. It can also be placed in the corner diagonal to the front door. Keeping the symbol in East improves the family well being. This is also an excellent decoration article and wonderful gift.

Flower horn Fish Feng Shui symbol for Wealth and Career Luck
Flower horn Fish Feng Shui symbol for Wealth and Career Luck

Flower Horn Fish Symbol

Flower horn fish is another popular symbol used in Feng Shui. This fish was declared by certain Feng Shui experts and enthusiasts as the Feng Shui fish of the period eight, i.e from the year 2004 to 2024. The Flowerhorn is said to be able to draw and attract good energy from the environment. A live flower horn comes with a huge price tag.The Flower Horn or Hua Luo is said to bring its owner lots of prosperity luck and good fortune in everything ranging from wealth and fame to love and happiness.This Flower Horn is extremely colorful with a protruding hump on the forehead. It also has marks and black spots which symbolize wealth. This fish can be placed in the north or southeast corner of your living room to increase wealth luck. Placing the Flower Horn in the North is said to improve career luck whereas placement in East can result in the enhancement of family well being.

Dragon carp Feng Shui Symbol for Success and Wealth
Dragon carp Feng Shui Symbol for Success and Wealth

Dragon Carp Symbol

The dragon carp symbolizes high ambitions, wealth and success. The Golden Carp is known for its legendary courage to swim against rapid currents and is therefore a symbol of perseverance, achievement and career success. According to some the carp turns into the revered Celestial Dragon when it makes a final leap across the Dragon gate. Keeping this symbol brings literary and scholastic luck to students and excellent career luck to working people.

Keeping 9 live carps in the aquarium (8 red ones and one black) is said to absorb all bad and negative energies and bring abundant wealth to the household. Students can keep the dragon carp on your study desk or in the Northeast corner of your study room for obtaining good grades. Placing this Symbol on your work desk in your office or in the North corner of the desk helps to advance in the career ladder.

Gold Fish for removal of Bad Energy from environment
Gold Fish for removal of Bad Energy from environment

Gold Fishes

Normally 9 Gold fishes are kept in an Aquarium out of which one is black for removing bad energy from the environment. A dead fish signifies bad luck absorbed that otherwise would have caused troubles at home. This fish can also be put in pairs. A Double Fish is a good symbol to keep for harmony in relationships. A double fish painting or statue will enhance your marriage corner. It represents love and happiness as well as abundance of wealth. It’s a great enhancement for the wealth energy center in your home and office.

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    Md Ashraful Islam 

    4 years ago from Kustia, Dhaka, Bangladesh

    If I don't have another room to keep my aquarium, what can I do. Actually I have only one room to live, in this room I sleep do everything when I'm not at work but I don't cook in this room. I already have a green arowana. Plz reply me.

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    danish143 

    4 years ago

    Respected

    Anamika please help me i cant understand english and i want some informetion about aquarium so please help me

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    niteshc4 

    4 years ago

    nice article Anamika...i just wanna ask u some questions about fishes in aquarium according to feng shui...i have one pair of bala shark and single suckermouth cat fish for cleaning the tank...now can i keep koi instead of gold fishes...and if i keep koi what must be the number of fishes i keep in tank now including sharks and catfish ? i have kept the tank in north east direction of my living room....when kept in north all my gold fish died like in 15 days...so i decided to change direction....please let me know for my career boosting....prosperity and luck of course..... thanks

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    laudine 

    6 years ago

    i'm not a chinese but i think feng shui really work good.......i believe in fenh shui

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    abhishek thakur 

    6 years ago

    hey i have been keeping a flower horn from last 9 months. but the problem is that it has grown too big and is facing problems . i cannot provide him with a bigger space right now so i am thinking of selling it off.people bring fengshui item "into" their house and im making a live fengshui item move out of my house.im confused. what will be the consequence ? is there some alternative way ! please replyy . thankyou!

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    Kaveri 

    7 years ago

    wOwwww..thnx for the information :)

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    LEX 

    7 years ago

    I enjoy taking care of various Arowana from Silver, Gold, Green and Banjar Red..I also had a flower horn and plan to buy one again. I look forward to having more good luck fishes..

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    roshan d valecha 

    7 years ago

    I like fishes very much mainly Red arona, and black flower.

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    deepak 

    7 years ago

    al ready i hav flowerhorn , arowana and koi ponds in my home

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    deepak 

    7 years ago

    I'm learning feng shui now a days its so good knowledge

    and also true fits

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    Anamika S Jain 

    7 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

    @ jackie Put it in the north area of the House.

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    Jackie 

    7 years ago

    hello i was just wandering where do i put my fish in my house?

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    pooja 

    8 years ago

    hmmm bought a pair of goldfishes...but confused about its placement. Some sites indicate the southern part while some say to place it on the left side of the entrance.

    And gain they say not to place in bedroom, kitchen or bathroom...where else to keep? These r the only places i have.

    Can anyone help me with this?

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    ichiraku 

    8 years ago

    nice article, Does the Koi fishes can also give us luck?

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    shanks 

    8 years ago

    according 2 ur info i brought a arowana and flower horn live as i didn't get the statues can u provide me some info to take care of them

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    Anamika S Jain 

    8 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

    So do I, Thanks for the visit antonrosa.

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    antonrosa 

    8 years ago from USA

    A great read, I love prosperity and luck!

  • Anamika S profile imageAUTHOR

    Anamika S Jain 

    8 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

    Yes, It is a symbol of good fortune and abundance and makes an excellent gift to a loved one. Thanks for the visit Ricky.

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    Ricky Covit 

    8 years ago from Toronto Canada

    Feng Shui fihes I am sure this is one of the best gifts that you can give to someone. I never knew about fishes and i was only giving out lucky bamboo plants as gifts. Great idea and very good as a gift

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