Feng shui can help you achieve great results in many ways. The feng shui cures, or remedies, you apply in your home
are as efficient when you choose a meaningful decor item from your own culture, as they are if you go with a traditional Chinese item.
However, if you are interested in popular classical feng shui
products and would like to gift yourself (or your friends!) with some traditional feng shui gifts, check these products to make the shopping of feng shui cures easy for you.
Be sure to also find out the meaning of most popular classical feng shui symbols
in order to make the best choice.
There are many uses for these good luck red
envelopes in feng shui. No matter which feng shui school of thought you practice, you can always use these red envelopes
as an abundance feng shui cure (filled with crystals, coins, etc.) or as a hidden energy activator for any area of the Bagua
that needs a little extra help.
The feng shui Chinese symbol of double happiness
is a popular classical feng shui cure to attract and strengthen the energy of love & marriage. This feng shui symbol has the energy of perfect harmony and balance between two people and is often used in the Southwest area of a home. If you are following the annual feng shui
updates, you can also use this cure in the current location of the Romance star.
There is a common confusion in feng shui as to which plant exactly is considered the feng shui money plant. Added to the confusion is the fact that you can also call a feng shui money plant
the feng shui product that has many Chinese coins "growing" on a tree, also known as the gem tree. This plant is for sure the popular classical feng shui money plant.
Who says money doesn't grow on trees? It does. At least in this popular traditional feng shui wealth cure. The meaning of the cure is obvious - may your money keep growing easily and effortlessly, just like the fruits of a good tree! Read feng shui tips for the use of Chinese Coins.
tassels are very popular in traditional Chinese feng shui and can be used for a variety of purposes, all depending on the details of the tassel. Most feng shui tassels will have in common the mystic knot design
, which is supposed to strengthen and enhance the purpose of the tassel. This specific tassel has two similar mystic knots with the symbol of abundance in the center, which makes it a traditional feng shui money cure.
Even though a very popular feng shui item, the bagua mirror
is really not a decor item and should be used with caution. First, it should never be used indoors. Second, use it only if there is bad feng shui energy - Sha Chi or Si Chi
- facing your home or business.
In feng shui, the Dragon is one of the four celestial animals and the most auspicious symbol to have in a home. Having a Dragon in any part of your home is considered beneficial as long as the Dragon is treated with respect. Being a symbols of strong yang/male energy, this can be a good feng shui gift for an important male figure in your life.
Not only the Buddha is holding an ingot, he is also made from Jade, a very popular crystal in feng shui applications. A symbol of prosperity and good fortune, thus a good feng shui cure for wealth, this Jade Buddha
is a good gift for anyone interested in feng shui.
Chimes have many applications in feng shui. Even though we think the best use of windchimes is outside the home, we know wind chimes
have become a popular feng shui indoor cure. No matter you use it in your home or in your garden
, this attractive metal chime with a half-moon wood base and Chinese coins can be an excellent feng shui money cure.
One of the most popular feng shui cures with many applications, the Wu Lou
has many uses for a feng shui enthusiast - from a feng shui money cure to a good luck and long life symbol. Most commonly the gourd is made of either metal or wood, but you can also find a wu lou made from jade, porcelain or even glass.