In feng shui, money trees are one of the main symbols of wealth.
An ancient Chinese legend tells about a tree with gold coins on its branches: when it’s shaken, gold coins fall to the ground like drops of rain. A rain of gold coins is one of the favorite themes in Chinese art, which is often depicted in Chinese paintings. This money symbol works on the following principle: like attracts like, and money attracts money. The amulet can come in an array of options, including live plants, artificial commercial charms, and hand-made talismans. In this article, we will discuss and advise on each type.
Plants: In feng shui, money trees are plants with thick and fleshy leaves of a circular shape (the so-called succulents). To strengthen the talisman, attach coins and notes to the leaves, or put them in the pot. Avoid placing the plant next to cactuses, as this can lead to the following situation: the wealth is there, but it’s complicated by problems that are as sharp as cactus spines.
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