one of my favorite aspects about the Wealth gua is it holds the energy to accumulate abundance – which includes prosperity, well-being, fortune and blessings, our money mindset and sense of worth.
so, here are a few ways to give yours a little activation:
pair 4 rosemary plants together here. my first mentor, Ellen Whitehurst, taught me that rosemary signifies female financial strength and independence. ‘4’ is the number that corresponds with Wealth. and whenever we put plants together, it triggers networking energy. so, if you’re a boss lady in the making, you now know what to do!
wealth begins with your consciousness of abundance, so do you pursue quality items for your space? are you practicing gratitude daily for loving “what you’ve got?” are there rituals in your life – like buying fresh flowers – that suggest “i’m worth it!”?
the element Water speaks to fortune, so imagery of water or moving water (like a fountain) here encourages the flow of prosperity into your life.
hang a metal wind chime here. not only does metal represent coins, the wind chime is – in effect – harnessing that abundance chi for you and pooling it in your space. and it becomes a beautifully efficient reminder that there’s “replenishment without diminishment” every time you hear the chimes sing.
clear any clutter that suggests “poor me”; “not enough”; +/or anything that is broken. shui is metaphorical, so edit accordingly.
finally, Wealth is the back left-hand corner of your home (if you’re standing at the front door looking into your house) or the Southeast corner (if you practice Compass). so, pay attention to chi’s journey through your space. if it has to hurdle clutter +/or nagging distractions to reach your Wealth gua, incoming chi refreshments are weakened by the time they *get here* – which means your abundance isn’t getting the wattage it deserves! xo