Feng Shui Lucky Charms for All Chinese Zodiac Signs

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Feng shui offers a variety of lucky charms to improve your energy in the current year. Jeff Spielman/Getty Images

Feng shui has a variety of useful applications in one's life. You can use these ancient principles to feng shui your home, your garden, your office and even your car! You can also use feng shui for more subtle personal energy protection, as well as to attract good luck. 

If you are curious about your lucky feng shui amulets and charms, here comes all the info you need. You can find the overall, or main lucky feng shui amulets for your Chinese zodiac sign, as well as the lucky feng shui amulet for the current year.

As with the variety of birthstones, you will have specific feng shui amulets or lucky charms that are good for you overall, or at any point in time; you will also have feng shui amulets for a specific year. These choices are based on the relationship between your Chinese zodiac sign and the ruling zodiac sign of any given year.

Should you pay a lot of attention to the lucky feng shui amulets and charms? Is there a lot of power or validity to them?  It depends on how you look at it. I always encourage readers to trust their inner voice and know that the actual power is inside you, and not in a feng shui amulet or charm.

If you feel drawn to wear these feng shui amulets, if they give you peace of mind and strengthen your energy, then do so. The lucky charms will certainly improve your energy especially if they have crystal and stones in them. 

If you know your Chinese zodiac sign, find your birthstones here:

Read: Find Your Birthstone by Your Chinese Zodiac Sign

It is always a good idea to incorporate your birthstones with your lucky feng shui charms (if they don't already have them) You can wear your lucky amulets and birthstones as bracelets, necklaces, keychains or have them in your pocket or purse. 

You can also have your lucky amulet in your home or office, especially good placed in one of your best, or lucky feng shui directions.

If you are following the annual feng shui updates, you can place them for protection in a specific bagua area of your home or office that has a potentially negative energy in the current year.

OK, now let's find out your lucky feng shui amulet or charm!

If you are curious about your lucky feng shui amulets and charms, here comes a helpful chart. You can find the overall, or main lucky feng shui amulets for your Chinese zodiac sign, as well as the lucky feng shui amulets in 2017. Your birthstone is also included as it is considered to make a lucky charm more powerful.

Of course, first, you have to be sure you know your correct Chinese zodiac sign (note that Chinese New Year always starts on a different day and never on January 1st.)

The Chinese feng shui lucky charms for any sign all look quite similar - the traditional ones are made from Jade, have a red tassel and the guardian animal for a specific sign. 

The guardian animal is the one that has the best relationship and is most compatible with the animal of the year; it is the one that can give you the most protection under most circumstances.

Here comes the chart you are looking for; as always, approach all the feng shui and astrology info with a grain of salt and do not forget to trust your own judgment.

 If the info feels right to you, then follow it; if it does not, then keep exploring.

Best of luck to you in 2017, no matter which feng shui charm you choose to wear!


    ZODIAC SIGN                    BIRTHSTONE                           FENG SHUI LUCKY CHARMS






                 Monkey, Dragon or Ox             

                           In 2017:  

                 Green Wu Lou Charm







                 Rooster, Snake or Rat 

                           In 2017:

                  Wu Lou or Arowana







                   Horse, Dog or Pig

                         In 2017: 

               Rhinoceros or Elephant







                       Goat, Pig or Dog

                              In 2017: 

                Pi Yao or Medicine Buddha







                   Monkey, Rat or Rooster

                               In 2017: 

              Green Tara or Brass Wu Lou







                  Ox, Rooster or Monkey

                             In 2017: 

          Citrine Tree or Medicine Buddha







                  Tiger, Dog or Sheep

                          In 2017: 

              Pi Yao or the 3 Guardians

              (Pi Yao, Fu DogChi Lin)







                Rabbit, Pig or Horse

                        In 2017: 

             Kwan Yin or Fuk Luk Sau







            Dragon, Rat or Snake

                        In 2017: 

        Wu Lou or Three Legged Toad







              Snake, Ox or Dragon

                       In 2017: 

         Money Frog or Medicine Buddha







             Horse, Tiger or Rabbit

                      In 2017: 

        Wu Lou or Laughing Buddha







            Goat, Rabbit or Tiger

                       In 2017:  

  Rhinoceros, Elephant or the 3 Guardians

          (Pi YaoFu DogChi Lin)