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Mar 21, 2006 9:13 amWealth vase#

The cutest kittens have the sharpest claws
Has anybody created a wealth vase? If so, what have you used? Or what would you recommend to be placed in such a vase?

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Nov 10, 2006 2:13 pmre: Wealth vase - YES#

Dennis Miller, Attraction Marketing

I don't see your name so I don't know who I'm talking to... lol. I got this wealth vase instructions from my friend Kathy Browning.

Creating Your Personal Wealth Vase

A personal wealth vase is one filled with precious items, and is an excellent way to attract wealth luck to its owner. Placed in your home or office, this powerful tool is a great remedy to assist you in obtaining the wealth you desire. Does it mean you will win the lottery? Probably not, but if you do, please share your story with me!

How do you go about selecting a wealth vase? To begin, select a vase that is beautiful and valuable, as it will contain your most precious items. Choose a container made of the earth or of the metal element, although earth vases are better suited than metal. This is because in the productive cycle of the five elements, earth produces metal, and hence, gold.

Earth element vases can be made of porcelain, crystal or earthenware, while metal element vases can be made of copper, brass, silver or gold. Of course, the more expensive the material, the more auspicious the vase; but don't go overboard and buy a very expensive solid gold vase - a gold-plated silver one would be more than sufficient.

The best shape for a wealth vase is one with a fairly wide mouth that narrows into a slender neck and then broadens out into a wide bottom to resemble an hourglass. This shape allows plenty of money or wealth to flow in, down through the narrow neck and into the broad base, where it will accumulate and remain for a long, long time. The vase can be as big or as small as you desire. As long as you use it properly, it should provide satisfying results.

The first thing to put in your new wealth vase is three, six, or nine Chinese coins tied with red string. Next, fill half of the vase with seven types of semi-precious stones. These can include amethyst, citrine, clear quartz, topaz, tiger's eye, malachite, coral, lapis lazuli, sodalite, cornelian, jade, pearl, jasper, aquamarine, crystal, rose quartz, turquoise, etc. You can include diamonds or other gems, jewelry or colorful beads. Remember that Feng Shui is based on symbolism and intention, and will work just as well using colored beads.

If you can, obtain a bit of soil from a rich person’s garden. You need to obtain their permission, as soil given to you is very lucky. In essence, you will be ‘borrowing’ some of their wealth energy. The thing I have discovered about Feng Shui is that at times, you have to do things that are a bit out of the ordinary. The other thing I have discovered is, if you do the unusual and step out of your comfort zone, the results are much more rewarding. So be brave, ask a rich person for a tablespoon of soil.

Another option is to place a bit of soil from your own garden or from the garden of a friend or family member. Additionally, you may also put a red package or red envelope filled with real money in the vase. This can be paper money, coins or a combination of both. The next step to creating your wealth vase is to include five types of ‘nourishing fruits’ (seeds and grain) such as millet, wheat, barley, rice, sorghum, red beans, green beans or soybeans, to symbolize an abundant and constant supply of food in the family. You may put this (uncooked) grain in a small plastic bag before putting it in the vase.

Fill the vase to the brim. If there is still some space in the vase, top it off with more semi-precious stones.

Putting your wealth vase in the right location is just as important as what you put in it. If you've used an earth element vase, place it in the Southwest or Northeast corner of your home, as the element of these directions is earth. If yours is a metal vase, place it in the West or Northwest corner. On a last but very important note, your personal vase must be kept hidden away from the eyes of others, preferably inside a closet in your bedroom, and never facing the front door, as this symbolizes your wealth draining away.

This does not have to be an expensive remedy, and you should use items you already have in your possession if possible. Do take care in selecting the vase and obtain the best one you can afford. Have fun creating your vase. Personalize it and connect with it, then watch the money roll in!

Hope you enjoy your new wealth vase. I do!

Many blessings.

In joy,

Linda Miller

Create your own prosperity with Feng Shui

Prosperity resources for today's entrepreneur

PS - I love you.

Private Reply to Dennis Miller, Attraction Marketing

Nov 10, 2006 3:39 pmre: Wealth vase#

Lisa Moffa- UnFranchise Owner
I've had one for a few years now but only this year things have been getting better thru business.

In there I've got a collection of semi-precious stones of all colors, some old and new coins, assorted pieces of jewelry in a large glass vase with a red ribbon tied on its neck. Hidden in a cabinet, out of general view, to create a "reserve".

Got many tips from www.wofs.com and Lillian Too.

Good Luck!

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Nov 24, 2006 1:22 pmre: re: Wealth vase#

The cutest kittens have the sharpest claws
Thanks....I'll try it out :)

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