When creating abundance - getting practical and doing the work is always part of the process - our efforts are massively enhanced when we have the right mind-set, Feng-Shui positioning and symbols/objects ~ I’ve experienced the amazing benefits of all first hand.
Talismans (from the Arab tilasim, or Greek telesma meaning ’initiation’) are objects traditionally used to enhance the wearers or owners intent, they can be made of anything so long as it has meaning to its owner. You could choose a Talisman enhance your astrological chart, or for a special meaning - most important is that you feel a connection with its presence and match it to your intention.
This month I’ve collated a selection of my my favourite Totem Animals. All for business and prosperity luck ~ each also has its individual meaning and qualities. On deciding which animals to include, I used a combination of sensing into the animals 'being', along with researching traditional meanings from different cultures.
Often we intuitively choose a spirit animal before we decide intellectually ~ if this is the case, I'd suggest you go with your gut as it knows what nourishment you’ll need most.
Elephant is associated with the Hindu Wealth Goddess Lakshmi, she carries the properties of stability and helps increase abundance. In China, the name ‘Elephant’ is pronounced ‘Hsiang’, which means good revenue and prosperity ~ when her trunk is upturned it symbolises double good fortune. Use the energy of the elephant for making wise choices, careful reasoning and to bring wealth and stability into your life.
Koi has the vitality of strength and endurance due to its ability to swim against the current; she brings energy in the face of adversity. The Koi Carps' colouring brings an additional meaning – choose Silver ‘Ogon Koi’ for additional wealth and success in business. Choose Golden coloured ‘Yamabuki Koi’ for riches and wealth as well as above attributes.
The horse, sure footed and swift in movement brings courage and inspires us to take forward action when things are feeling stagnant. If you’re seeking an increase in income, a promotion or recognition through business or work, horse helps attain your wish.
Deer is a being of grace, gentleness, swift action and endurance. In Chinese Feng Shui, the Deer is called ‘Luk’, which carries the meaning of prosperity and riches. In the ancient Celtic tradition the God ‘Cemmonos’ (The Horned One) was known as the God of plenty. Choose Deer if you need endurance to ‘go the distance’ and to boost your prosperity luck.
As always, I hope you found this months’ journal useful ~ I‘d love to hear your thoughts and your totem/spirit animal stories ~ and any questions, just leave a comment below.
This journal was written with massive gratitude for all my beautiful and wise friends, family and mentors.
~ Now it’s your time
With love and thanks,
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I loved this guide thank you so much Jesse!
October 09, 2018