I am still in need of some help.
N. Sorensen, Vejle, Denmark.
I send my strongest energy of prosperity, happiness and positive attitude to:
Ruth Corey from Delaware, United States,
Delbert Carnley from Weatherford, Texas,
Z Zazhinne, Agua Dulce, California, USA,
Maria Rhowena, California, USA, and
Chandra Frazier, somewhere in the USA.
May they be blessed with abundance and a possitive outlook on life.
Hi. I have a new wealth vase now, so I would like to know from you guys what you have in yours. It would be very nice to exchange some tips about how to make the wealth vase as auspicious as possible. In my wealth vase I have some citrine crystals (8), some money, my lottery tickets, 8 Chinese lucky coins, some old coins, forreign money from trips, a piece of quartz crystal and a jade buddha pendant. My vase is black with a larger (round) base than opening. It is standing on a mirror. I am looking forward to some interesting replies.
Thanks, both of you, for your help. I am still looking for the perfect wall lamps, but meanwhile I have bought a black vase and a blue polstery for my couch to support all of the (dead) wood. I needed a black vase anyway as a wealth vase, so it worked out that way. Thanks again!
Hello. I need to buy some lamps for my wealth gua, the south east corner of my home. I know that there are some materials that are not good for this gua, so I thought I'd check here as well.
I have plenty of wooden things in this area. Although it is dead wood like furniture etc. I also have living plants there. Some say that dead wood is not considered wood in Feng Shui but others do however. If my furniture is considered wood as well, then perhaps I have an overload of wood in that area. I really love wood. I am not going to buy a wooden lamp, but I need to find some lamps for my wall, a pair, that is considered good Feng Shui in the wealth corner. Could anyone help me, please? Which materials can go in the wealth corner? For instance - would metal lamps be okay?
Thanks very much.
Hi YehaNoha - very interesting indeed. Thanks for your input. I know for sure that I want atleast one in every gua and also one at my office. I just bought a pair of vintage earrings with smiling buddhas and I'm curious to find out if they have an effect when I wear them.
Hi Verdana - thanks for your comment. I look forward to a bit of help from you, if possible. The buddha I have is a historical buddha, it's vintage and it's pretty heavy. I'm quite sure it's made from bronze. He's sitting like he's meditating. He holds a basket between his knees and it's decorated with leaves. On top of the basket is a wick and the basket is a chamber for lamp oil, so it's an oil lamp as well. The buddha is sitting on a platform that has four legs. On those four legs I see plants that grow from a ball. There's one plant on each leg. On the front of the basket I see some symbols. I don't know how to find out their meanings. I'm very curious to find out what kind of buddha he is. Right now he's sitting in my wealth gua, but I feel I should put him in my fame gua soon.
I am a person who needs a lot of candles, but are there places at home where I shouldn't put them? For instance - the wealth corner is a wood element, so should I keep the candles away from that corner or not? And what about the other elements when it comes to candles?
I have always loved anything spiritual and some years ago I found Tarot.com. I have recently moved house and now is the time for me to really get into Feng Shui. It is so exciting and today I joined the forum to learn more about Feng Shui in particular. I look forward to many hours of interesting reading and joy.