Top Chinese Good Luck Charms for Business
In times of trouble and distress, people look for things that can prove lucky for them. Many people become superstitious when they are working at their full potential but are not getting the required results. Apart from religious activities, some people start looking for lucky charms so that it can remove the negative aura around them and bring prosperity in their business and lives. Every culture uses different lucky charms.
Many businessmen use lucky charms to bring prosperity to their business. You must have seen lucky charms lying on the shelf or hanging at the entrance of the shops to bring good luck in business and sales.
Let’s have a look at top Chinese good luck charms for business.
Dragon Turtle is the most commonly used good luck charm in China. It is an amalgamation of two dragons and turtles and it depicts wisdom, nobility, and longevity. In old times, it was used to depict stability, peace of the country, and the long life of the emperor. Dragon Turtle is perceived with different meanings. If the dragon turtle is sitting on a bed of coins, then it means you will get a steady income from your business. Displaying the dragon turtle in the southern sector of the office will increase your prosperity and luck. It is also believed in Chinese culture that if you place the dragon turtle on the office desk, then you will get the assistance of your superiors and you will excel in your business and career. Apart from all this, it is also believed to remove negative effects of backstabbing and betrayal.
In Chinese culture, many stories of money trees are being told from generation to generation. The tale of the money tree is that it will grow in dense forests. Chinese people consider it a lucky charm because according to them if someone finds it and lives beside it then it will bring prosperity and good luck to them. The money tree is available in different sizes. Some of the Chinese people believe that money trees will help in increasing savings and wealth. To get the best results from this lucky charm, it is recommended to place it near a cash register or to place it at the southeast corner of your office.
The Laughing Buddha
The laughing Buddha is seen in many homes, stores, offices, and restaurants in China. It is considered very auspicious and brings an abundance of wealth in homes and offices. It is recommended to get a large laughing Buddha and rub its tummy; if you do so, it will fulfill all your wishes and bad luck will be over. If you place a laughing Buddha in your office in the southeast direction then it will bring good luck and lots of money to your business. If you want to wish good luck to someone then you can give them a laughing Buddha as a gift.
Fuk Money Bat
The bat is considered an auspicious sign in Chinese culture, and it is considered as the symbol of prosperity. The Fuk money bat brings wealth and happiness at a business place. Bat also symbolizes wealth, and it is mainly used to cure wealth issues. The story behind the money bats is that they were present at the hills of China for a thousand years and they were fed on stalactites. These bats were used as an important ingredient in Chinese herbal medicines. These bats bring happiness in summer and sluggishness in winter. In Chinese cultures, these are used with other charms to get a healthy and wealthy life.
Bagua is composed of 8 trigrams. It holds great importance in Feng Shui. It is the energy map and it examines the energy in space. If Bugua is used in business then it will direct all your energies at one pint so that you can attain your objective. It increases the positive aura and mitigates the negative aura. With the proper use of Bagua, Chinese people are enhancing their standard of living.
The fortunate cat or a Maneki Neko is a lucky charm that is very popular in China. You can see it at various restaurants and offices where the lucky golden cat is waving at you. It brings prosperity to the business. Chinese people place it where they want luck to come. Many businessmen in China prefer to keep a fortunate cat near the cashier entrance.
Incense sticks are used in China to extinguish negative and evil spirits. There is a variety of incense sticks available in China, but most people prefer using red ones. Entrepreneurs and businessmen use incense sticks to wish business growth.
Feng Shui coin sword is used to remove negative energy. It is used for protecting your business and growing wealth. The people who follow Feng Shui display the sword with two coins, and it is in the form of X. This coin sword is used to remove envious and evil eyes from your business.
Everybody has their own beliefs regarding lucky charms. Some cultures consider them against religion and take them as myths, but some cultures like China follow them religiously. Whatever school of thought you are following, remember one thing, success in business is attained only if you work hard with sheer dedication.
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