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11 MONEY ATTRACTION SYMBOLS

Money attraction symbols have existed and been used since ancient times.

This article will detail the various forms of money attraction symbols as well as how to use these symbols and how to create sacred symbols of your own to attract money.

Firstly, let us contemplate the concept of symbols.


Symbols can be viewed as a visual technology that can open and engage our minds.

Symbols stimulate our imagination; they are a visual and energetic form of communication that can engage both the left and right brains.


They can appeal to and synthesize both the creative and rational mind, we can observe the logic represented in a symbols structure as well as the underlying energies or messages.

Symbols can hold the energy of universal truths and patterns, they each have conventional meanings and they can also be open to personal interpretation.


Different Types Of Money Attraction Symbols

There are a variety of different types of symbols that can be used to attract money.

Some examples of symbols are ancient symbols, religious symbols, reiki symbols, and personalized or alchemical symbols.

We will explore some of the specific money attraction symbols more in-depth below.


Kubera Yantra





The Kubera Yantra is an ancient religious symbol that originates from one of the oldest religions, Hinduism.

Visually a yantra is a geometric artwork that is used in meditation as an energetic tool.

The Kubera yantra is specifically worshipped to attract wealth.

Concentration and intentional meditation on this yantra are believed to elevate one’s state of consciousness as well as bring about an increase in abundance.


Lakshmi



Lakshmi is a Hindu goddess who is an icon and religious symbol of abundance.

Her energy is of great benefit to anyone wanting to attract and allow prosperity into their life.

She is depicted regally seated on a lotus flower with gold coins flowing from her hand. She is worshipped through the recitation of specific mantras (sacred sounds and words).

She can be visited through meditation for assistance. She can be revered and her energy can be invited into your life through beautiful statues or artworks that depict her.

Her presence is symbolized by images of a lotus, coins, and the holy basil plant and she can also be represented through a yantra.


The Fehu Rune



Runes are a part of the Celtic alphabet that is commonly used in divination as an oracle.

They can also be used like amulets to perform energy magic.

Runes are ancient forms of symbolism.

The Fehu rune is the rune of possessions; it is used for achieving one's goal, finding a job, promotion, and gaining money.

It can be engraved onto jewelry and worn to harness its money attraction power.


Oshun


Oshun is an Orisha (deity) of the Yoruba people of Nigeria.

She is a religious and cultural symbol of a river goddess who is strongly linked to the attraction of money.

Her symbols include sunflowers, seashells, and amber. She can be honored through offerings of flowers, honey, or oranges as well as through meditation and the creation of artworks that are infused with her energy.


Maneki Neko


Maneki Neko is a Japanese talisman of money luck. Usually in the form of a statue of a cat with a raised paw.

The raised paw of this cat is beckoning good fortune into your life. You can utilize this beckoning cat symbol to attract money by placing a statue or image of it in your home or business.

Chan Chu



Chan Chu, meaning money frog, is a Chinese money attraction symbol that is part of the practice of Feng Shui (a set of principles used to harmonize energy in living and workspaces).

It is represented as a 3 legged frog or toad with a coin in its mouth and sitting on a pile of coins.

Chan Chu is usually gold in color.

This lucky money toad’s attraction energy can be utilized by placing a statue of Chan Chu outside of your home or business.


Vasudha



Vasudha is a reiki symbol for attracting money.


Reiki is a powerful energy healing modality that can be used to tune mind, body, and spirit through the balancing of the energy centers, various energetic symbols are used in reiki practice for different purposes.


The Vasudha is visually depicted in the colors red and yellow, it is an extension of the swastika symbol.


The swastika is the central part of the symbol, each of the sections created is enclosed with a curved line and there is a small spiral present in each of the 4 sections.


This symbol can be used in meditation, and energy healing and displayed as an activational artwork to attract money.


The Midas star





The Midas star is a reiki symbol for prosperity and constant abundant cash flow.


It is represented as an abstracted green star with a red line underneath it.


The energy of the Midas star can be utilized through drawing or visualization.


It can be drawn onto a money note, a cheque, on a piece of paper kept in your wallet, or within any dedicated place where you keep the money.

Shefa


Shefa is a word in Hebrew that means abundance; it is represented by a symbol that can be used to attract money.

The Shefa symbol is often used in jewelry, visually is it a circle within a circle with a spiral at the center.

It is associated with Archangel Metatron and is believed to provide endless abundance to those who are attuned to the energy of Shefa.


Trees and plants

Trees and plants are symbols of abundance as they reflect the abundant energy of nature, the constant and generous flow that we can observe in the life of plants.

In the Feng Shui principles, it is suggested to place a money tree in the home, in the furthest left corner from the door.

In Feng Shui, a specific species of tree is used (Pachira Aquatica sp.).

By making use of a clear intention setting you can use any plant or tree that resonates with you and watch it grow, and thrive as a symbol to welcome money into your life.

You could also work with a sculpture of a tree or an artwork to tune into the natural energy.


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