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5 Lucky Feng Shui Symbols to Boost Your Life

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In classical feng shui, symbols are used to generate good chi through the pleasant vibes and connection they provide their owners. Here are 5 lucky feng shui symbols to boost your life:

1. Mystic Knot

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One of my favorite feng shui symbols is the mystic knot – the ultimate symbol of endless luck and happiness. Comprised of six infinity symbols, the mystic knot comes in various sizes and materials and also represents longevity. I particularly like this symbol as it can help subdue negative energy and boost any area of one’s life, whether it be careerrelationships, etc.


2. Cicada

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If you are dealing with jealousy, back stabbing, and heavy politics in the workplace, one very effective way to minimize it is to place a cicada in your office space or in the north (career) sector. Cicadas also signify immortality and eternality.



3. Horses

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Horses are a wonderful way to gain reputation, recognition, and protection luck. This is especially the case when the horses are placed in the south (as horses signify fire and are in harmony with the fire element of this bagua direction). If you would like to boost your career luck, you may also place them in the north. Choose horses that are strong and powerful looking or with a tranquil statute. Avoid selecting weak looking horses that look anxious. Also, it’s best to place either a single horse or horses in numbers of two, eight, or nine.

4. Peaches

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One of my favorite fruit symbols is the peach – another fantastic symbol of great health and longevity. Peaches also signify love and marriage.




5. Double Happiness

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The double happiness symbol is a fantastic way to boost one’s love and relationship luck. Representing joy, the symbol is my favorite to share with friends and family who are engaged or getting married. It should be placed in the southwest (relationship corner).


Patty is the creator and founder of Hipster Feng Shui. She is a wife, pet mom, vegetarian, tree hugger, world traveler, and Apple fan-girl. Seeing so many stressed and unfulfilled individuals in today’s society inspired Patty to help others by sharing her deep knowledge of Feng Shui and other lifestyle tips. Patty believes everyone can achieve peace and harmony through Feng Shui and lifestyle design while having fun! She was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area and worked at Apple and KPMG prior to founding Hipster Feng Shui. Subscribe to receive Feng Shui tips and find Hipster Feng Shui on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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  1. I was initially leery about Feng Shui until a friend swore things changed after reading Lillian Too’s Living with Good Feng Shui book and applying it into her day-to-day life. Googled it and found a copy from Noon Books (www.noon-books.com). I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, applying it and waiting for positive results. I swear life seems to just “flow” now instead of just “chug along” if you know what I mean. Money comes in from unexpected sources and relationships seem to require no effort. Life just seems happier. I can’t explain it, but it works. I guess at the end of the day that’s what it all boils down to. Super thankful I stumbled upon this and gave it a chance.

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