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Lights in Feng Shui (4)

Symbols and sculptures

There are many symbols and objects that can double up as feng shui enhancers. When coupled with lighting, the symbol is then given even more energy and power to attract good luck into your life. Auspicious symbols range from the very esoteric such as three-legged toads, dragon-tortoises and Chi Lins to the more ordinary, such as birds, horses, elephants and crystals.

The list of auspicious symbols with feng shui meanings is indeed a very long one but as long as you avoid sharp pointed sculptures, wild animals and scary looking motifs, you should be quite safe. But feel free to be as creative as you want when it comes to mixing and matching symbols and sculptures with lights. What the light does is to fill the object with additional energy to create auspicious luck for you.

 

 

 
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Lights in Feng Shui (1)

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