The eight Chinese i-ching coins are tied in the finest red silky thread consist of coins that all come from a good dynasty which is actually very important and often overlooked by many Feng Shui masters. They are secured with a mystic tassel to apparently double the good fortune and endless wealth luck. This is a very traditional enhancer for the #9 star that occupies the north palace in 2023.
These coins represent fame, fortune, wealth and success. Place them in your purse/wallet, handbag, accounts books, till, cash tins etc to attract wealth and abundance. They can also be placed in your wealth area (SE) to attract auspicious money luck.
Where do I place the Eight I-ching coins small in 2023?
The Eight I-ching coins small should be placed in the north of your home or office or north area of an important room.
How do I display the Eight I-ching coins small?
You should hang the Eight I-ching coins small in your home or office with the four characters looking into the room. We provide very detailed instructions on placement with this cure to make sure you activate it correctly
When should I display the Eight I-ching coins small?
You should place the Eight I-ching coins small any time from the 4th February 2023 to the 3rd February 2024
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