The use of a horseshoe as a protective and good luck symbol goes back many centuries, so yes, it is good feng shui to have it in your home. The iron horseshoe has a long history as a powerful good luck charm in most Western countries, as well as in India.
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Dzi Beads as a Good Luck Charm
Dzi beads are considered a good luck charm by most feng shui practitioners. The origin of Dzi beads is a mystery, but they were probably made by ancient people from agate by carving specific markings on the stone. You can find all sorts of designs on Dzi beads, from circles to stripes, squares, waves and more.
The image of the eye has always been a very powerful symbol in all ancient cultures. The eye is vigilant, all-seeing and protective, thus the wearer of jewelry with the eye design is considered to be protected by its vigilance.
02 of 07
The Lucky Cat Brings Good Luck
The Japanese name for the Lucky cat is Maneki Neko, which translates as the Beckoning Cat. The lucky cat is mostly used in businesses, but you can also use it in your home, or even carry it with you. There are numerous items on the market with the lucky cat image—from t-shirts to key chains.
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Double Happiness Sign for Good LuckContinue to 5 of 7 below.
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Pi Yao (Pi Xiu) for Good Luck
To a feng shui beginner, a Pi Yao can look very similar to a Fu Dog, as well as to a Chi Lin. Just like the Chi Lin, the Pi Yao (Pi Xiu) can be used either alone or in pairs. Pi Xiu has many uses in a good feng shui home or office. And, of course, a very popular use of Pi Yao is as a personal amulet, such as a bracelet or a key chain.
06 of 07
Lucky Bamboo for Good Luck
Lucky Bamboo is one of the most popular feng shui cures. Used both at home and the office, it can bring the desired good luck energy according to the specific number of its stalks. Can't find a place for your lucky bamboo at home or the office? Find it in art, or even wear its image in clothing.
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