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FengShui Paintings for Abundance and Prosperity

FengShui Paintings for Abundance and Prosperity
In FengShui, there is a symbol for everything. FengShui symbols are effective because each and every symbol resonate certain energy. The use of FengShui symbols depend on the kind of energy you would love to attract in your home. Another important aspect of FengShui symbols is that they connect with your personal energy culminating into your beliefs and ultimately shaping up your life. Placing a painting of fengshui symbols in your house or office is the easiest, most convenient and beautiful way to attract ‘Chi’ energy.
FengShui Paintings for Abundance and Prosperity:
Painting of Koi/ GoldFish:
Fish is considered as the symbol of abundance and prosperity in Fengshui- especially Koi Fish and Gold Fish. Koi fish symbolizes status and wealth while gold fish symbolizes prosperity, energy and good fortune. The combination of nine fishes is considered to be the best as number nine is the auspicious number in Fengshui. The combination includes- eight red koi or gold fishes and one black fish. The purpose of one black goldfish is to absorb any negative energy that enters your home. The black goldfish therefore becomes a symbol of protection. The southeastern corner of your home is the best place to place your fish painting because that area governs your cash flow.

                      Painting of Waterfall/ Fountain:
In FengShui, Water symbolizes wealth and prosperity. A painting of a waterfall or a fountain brings the energy of water. Flowing water can ease tensions and allow the vibrations of the life force to enter your space and bring flow of money. The fengshui water painting in the north will help to channelize positive energy towards business and career.  

    Painting of Bamboo Plant:

In Fengshui , Wood symbolizes wealth, luck, health and longevity. Painting of bamboo plant is good for bringing luck to a house, growth in life, wealth and relationships. Bamboo stands for the earth, the greenery of earth and the nourishment provided by the same. It is a tree that nourishes and protects, hence it is a symbol of protection also. There are no restrictions on where to keep the bamboo symbol
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