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Boost your luck this year of the Pig with these lucky charms

We are all just merely days away from the Chinese Lunar New Year (Year of the Pig) and no symbol could better signify abundance and wealth than the plump and pink hog with a snout. 

But with the nascent negative vibe in the world today, how can you ensure a positive flow of energy this year?

With these tried and tested Feng Shui lucky charms, you will be able to attract positive energy and turn it into money, wealth, financial opportunities and even help you improve your health as well as protect you from bad luck. These lucky charms were designed and have been blessed by the Feng Shui expert himself, Master Willie Ang, to make sure that you would not run out of luck all year long!

Master Ang’s Wealth Ingot Blue String Cord Bracelet is a sure way to attract good luck, while the Feng Shui Infinity Red String Cord Bracelet can also help you channel prosperity to yourself this year.

Boost your luck this year of the Pig with these lucky charms

The Feng Shui Buddha with Mantra Red String Cord Bracelet, on the other hand, will not only bring good luck but also wealth and happiness. 

Boost your luck this year of the Pig with these lucky charms

The Feng Shui Wulou Gourd Red String Cord Bracelet will protect you against illness and accidents, while the Feng Shui Ball Red String Bracelet will help you attract good health.

Boost your luck this year of the Pig with these lucky charms

Meanwhile, the Feng Shui Prayer Stone Brown String Bracelet will protect you against bad luck, even as the Feng Shui Dzi Nine Eyed Brown String Bracelet will attract good fortune and good luck.

Boost your luck this year of the Pig with these lucky charms

And the Feng Shui Real Jade Buddha Head Red String Bracelet and Feng Shui Real Jade Buddha Head Black String Bracelet will bring you good luck and good health.

Boost your luck this year of the Pig with these lucky charms

Since red is a festive color, wearing red ornaments, such as belt, ribbon, socks, scarf, gloves, hat, underwear, red rope bracelet, and red lucky charms like Feng Shui Mantra Red String Bracelet, Feng Shui Red String Bracelet can inspire you, help you counter the negative energy and become prosperous.

Each zodiac sign should wear any Buddha lucky charms like Feng Shui Buddha Black String Bracelet, Feng Shui Buddha Red String Bracelet because according to Master Ang, Buddha is a lucky charm that will bring good luck, good fortune, improve health, study, wealth, fame, and can drive away bad luck and trouble this Year 2019. 

Boost your luck this year of the Pig with these lucky charms

All lucky charms can bring good fortune and bring the odds in your favor if you know which of them works with you. Each one is different and varies between different people. But luck simply won’t cut it. It should be accompanied by hard work and perseverance for it to be effective instead of just relying on it. Luck, working hand in hand with actions and a little prayer would go a long way.

Boost your luck this year of the Pig with these lucky charms

“Lahat naman ng lucky charms ay masuwerte as long as alam niyo kung ano ang bagay sa inyo. Ang lucky charm ay parang gamot, may binabagayang sakit ‘yan. Pero tandaan niyo na ang lucky charm ay para sa mga masisipag na tao, para sa mga taong may gusto sa buhay, hindi ‘yan para sa mga taong tamad na inaasa na lang sa pampasuwerte. Kasi hindi kikilos ‘yung lucky charm natin kung hindi tayo kumikilos. Kasi ang mentality ng tao ay “bibili ako ng lucky charm, isusuot ko para magkaron ako ng trabaho” pero hindi naman nag-aapply. At kapag masipag ang tao, tutulungan siya ng lucky charm but still, prayer pa rin ang pinakaimportante. Nasa tao pa rin ang suwerte. Kasi ang suwerte, tao ang gumagawa,” advised Master Ang to boost your success as we anticipate the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year.

Topics: Chinese Lunar New Year , Year of the Pig , Feng Shui lucky charms , Master Willie Ang
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