Feng shui wealth:
Find out how to attract abundance and prosperity using the feng shui bagua.

The feng shui wealth, abundance and prosperity area of the feng shui bagua represents more than money and wealth. It represents happiness, peace, gratitude, and opportunity.


Feng shui wealth


Enhance this area of the bagua map if you would like more money, good fortune in all areas of your life, inner peace and happiness, and appreciation for what you have.

This is not your get rich quick corner! By enhancing the feng shui wealth, abundance and prosperity area, you will develop a way to gradually accumulate wealth in an honest and safe way. And remember, “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it!”


How do you know if you need to address your feng shui abundance and prosperity area? Signs of imbalance include: you have no money, happiness, or peace; opportunities aren’t flowing towards you; you have bad luck or frequent accidents; you are having difficulty in business affairs; you are in debt or can’t pay your bills; you spend money quickly; or you lost your job.


Word of Advice

The word associated with the abundance and prosperity area of the bagua map is “gratitude.” One of the most effective ways to attract abundance and manifest money is to express gratitude.

Generally, enhancements for the feng shui wealth area include symbols of good fortune and abundance like fish, valuable possessions, and money. You also want to include images or objects that represent growth like plants, bamboo, or tall vertical objects. Luxurious and “abundant” colors like purple, gold, green, and red will help you to manifest money and attract good fortune. And of course, images, artwork and affirmations depicting prosperity always make perfect feng shui wealth cures.



  • Purple
  • Red, gold, green (sometimes blue)
  • Water features
  • Healthy round-leaved plants (like jade)
  • Flowers
  • Moving objects (wind chimes, banners, flags, mobiles)
  • Valuable possessions
  • Water features
  • Paper or money coins
  • Images representing wealth
  • Tall vertical objects
  • Bamboo
  • Fish (especially goldfish or koi)
  • A collage with prosperous images
  • Affirmations and quotes / symbols of affirmations
  • Wood


  • Dirt and dust
  • Broken items
  • Reminders of bad times
  • Trash cans
  • Dead plants
  • Fireplaces (counteract the fire element with a mirror which brings in the water element)
  • Toilets
  • Bills or overdue accounts
  • Long term storage
  • Don’t hang art in descending pattern following down stairs


"Security is mostly a
superstition. It does
not exist in nature,
nor do the children
of men as a whole
experience it. Avoiding
danger is no safer in
the long run than
outright exposure.
Life is a daring
adventure, or nothing."
–Helen Keller