Money Magic: symbols and signs
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Modern feng shui may have connotations of being a superstitious scam, which arose from improper usage and scams by New Age practitioners, but is not always looked at as a superstitious scam. Many Asians, especially people of Chinese descent, believe it is important to live a prosperous and healthy life as evident by the popularity of Fu Lu Shou in the Chinese communities. Many of the higher-level forms of feng shui are not easily practiced without having connections in the community or a certain amount of wealth because hiring an expert, altering architecture or design, and moving from place to place requires a significant financial output. This leads some people of the lower classes to lose faith in feng shui, saying that it is only a game for the wealthy.Others, however, practice less expensive forms of feng shui, including hanging special (but cheap) mirrors, forks, or woks in doorways to deflect negative energy.
In recent years, a new brand of easier-to-implement DIY Feng Shui known as Symbolic Feng Shui, which is popularized by Grandmaster Lillian Too, is being practised by Feng Shui enthusiasts. It entails placements of auspicious (and preferably aesthetically pleasing) Five Element objects, such as Money God and tortoise, at various locations of the house so as to achieve a pleasing and substitute-alternative Productive-Cycle environment if a good natural environment is not already present or is too expensive to build and implement.
In our age of technology development, the emergence of a large number of things that previous generations never dreamed of, we still go back to the past. As it turns out, is not one of technical progress is not able to prervat this clan thread linking past, present and future. Many progressive minds of humanity understand that only in the past, in the knowledge that are not wasted trying to save for centuries and centuries, we will be able to find answers to all important questions, including the question: how to attract money. Your faith in their own strength, the desire to become better, richer, your positive attitude and help you to solve any question, and we, in turn, will tell you about all the ways and methods of achieving the objectives of attracting money, the right attitude, respect and love.
Chinese money magic
legend has it that the money tree (搖錢樹) is a kind of holy tree, which can bring money and fortune to the people, and that it is a symbol of affluence, nobility and auspiciousness. It can be traced back to primitive societies when the adoration of a holy tree was prevalent. Whilst Money trees may be derived from the Sun tree myth associated with paradise, the coins link paradise with a material bounty in this world. There also exists a holy tree named Chinese Hibiscus in Chinese mythology. According to the existing historical narratives, the concept of the "money tree" is derived at the latest from the Han Dynasty.