6 Oriental Talismans To Attract Money, Success, And Luck

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Have you heard of oriental talismans? There are several objects that, in essence, attract money, success, luck and other positive vibrations and energies to your life! So let’s get to know a little more about each talisman in the East and see how they can help us!

Buddha

Meaning:

 Buddha is a significant symbol throughout the East and has even spread to the planet’s western side. Maximum symbol of Buddhism, Buddha attracts happiness, abundance, peace and prosperity.

How to use:

 Any way of using the Buddha image is welcome, as long as it is respectful with the vision and harmonious with the environment. However, if your goal is prosperity and abundance, it is worth placing some coins close to the image.

If your goal is happiness and peace, place Buddha in a familiar place for all visitors to the place - that is, in a house, put him in the living room or kitchen, as they are places where all the inhabitants attend. In a company, place it near the water cooler, for example.

Bell of happiness

Meaning:

 The happiness bell brings, of course, happiness, in addition to peace and harmony, which results in tranquillity, calm and friendship between those who frequent the place where the bell is.

How to use it:

 The happiness bell needs to be placed in a prominent place and, again, in a place where all the regulars meet at some point, just like Buddha. You can further intensify your goals with the bell by placing an incense next to it, replacing it whenever necessary.

Kaeru

Meaning:

 Kaeru is the oriental talisman that represents money, fortune and financial prosperity. For the people of the East, Kaeru helps to earn an even greater fortune and even recover lost money.

How to use it:



 Unlike the other talismans above, Kaeru should always be with you - wherever you go, Kaeru should be taken with you. Please put it in a place that has to do with your finances, like your wallet or coin purse, for example. It can also be placed inside a notebook or diary where the financial notes are.

Lucky Coin

Meaning:

 The lucky coin is a very common Japanese talisman and highly sought after by all those who live in the East. It is, literally, a Japanese coin with a small hole in the centre. That little coin represents luck in life.

How to use it:

 Place the lucky coin in places that are important to you, such as in the wallet next to the children’s photo, on the key ring of the primary house key, or even on a necklace around your neck for added protection.

Maneki-Neko

Meaning:

 Despite the strange name, the Maneki-Neko is an oriental talisman very common in the west - it is that famous Japanese kitten, white, but decorated with many colours. This renowned cat brings luck to finance and business. Consequently, it increases the family’s wealth. He is also responsible for luck in general, in addition to protecting true friendships. This is a powerful amulet for all Orientals.

How to use:

 The cat can be placed in any vital location, which directly influences your success - that is, your home or workplace. Leave it at least one meter high - never put the Maneki-Neko in a shallow position. A shelf is a good place.

Darumá

Meaning:



 Darumá is one of the most famous talismans in the East, being even more popular in Japan. This talisman means perseverance, strength, focus and determination. Therefore, it helps its holders to never deviate from their primary goals. Commonly, Darumá is used for a specific purpose, which must be chosen with care - it must be something essential, as this talisman will not help you with poor goals.

How to use it:

 The Darumá has two blank eyes: one of them, you will paint when choosing your objective (that objective you will ask for help from the amulet), the other eye you will paint only when the aim is reached. As long as the other eye is not painted, you cannot shift your focus away from it, even with other goals that are important to you. Leave your Darumá in a high place in your home - preferably in the room you spend most of the time and, even after the goal is completed, keep the amulet there.

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