Symbols of abundance and prosperity vary greatly across cultures and include symbols like a horse shoe, Fehu Rune, the number 8 and even pigs.
The big question is whether the power is in the symbol itself or is it in what the symbol means to us?
Symbols have played a key role in people’s lives throughout history. They carry different beliefs and concepts associated with common ideologies.
All cultures around the world have their own specific symbols for attracting abundance and prosperity.
In ancient times, people considered symbols as extremely powerful tools for attracting wealth and abundance into their lives.
As common ideologies and beliefs change, so do the meanings attached to different symbols. They can include animals, plants, and trees. Many good luck symbols of abundance and wealth also include geometric and religious figures.
Below, I will discuss some of the most popular symbols of wealth, abundance, and prosperity. I will also teach you how to connect with these symbols, so let’s begin.
What is The Symbol of Wealth and Prosperity?
Throughout history, people have created different symbols for attracting wealth and prosperity. Some of those symbols include pigs, shamrocks, Chan Chu, The Rune Fa, Salmon, Lakshmi, Ox, Lu, the famous horseshoe, etc.
Some of these symbols originated from legends and folklore, while others came from religions. In the next section, I will discuss most of these symbols in detail and explain why people believe they have the power to attract wealth.
15 Ancient Symbols for Attracting Wealth, Abundance, and Prosperity
In Feng Shui, you can find different good luck symbols and lucky charms that can attract wealth, prosperity, and abundance into your life.
Let’s learn more about some of the most popular good luck symbols you can carry in your pocket or place around your living or working space.
In the 900s, Saint Dunstan made Satan promise not to enter any household with a horseshoe hung over the door. That’s how the horseshoe became a good luck charm. You can hang it up, so your luck doesn’t fall out. However, hang it pointing down, so luck flows to you.
Some say horseshoes only work for those who own them and not those who find them, while others claim you have to find a horseshoe yourself for it to work and preserve your luck as well as attract abundance and prosperity.
Overall, it’s a protective and lucky symbol.
The Lucky Bamboo came from China. It’s one of the luckiest plants you can place in your home or office and attract luck and abundance.
The Lucky Bamboo represents good fortune and has been around for thousands of years. Also, different numbers of stalks have different meanings and attract different things. For instance, two stalks attract love, while three stalks represent wealth.
Pigs originated from Germany and China. They’re known as symbols of abundance and wealth in many cultures besides German and Chinese, including Asian and northern European cultures. In China, they symbolize luck and wealth.
They’re even a part of the zodiac animals. In Germany, on the other hand, they’re gifted during the holidays as good luck charms.
I’ve written about angel number 888 before, so I know it’s a symbol of wealth, prosperity, abundance, and good luck. Number 8 alone is considered a lucky number; however, 888 triples everything 8 stands for. In Chinese culture, it’s associated with success, social status, and prosperity.
Fehu Rune represents the letters “F” and “V” in the runic alphabet. In fact, they’re letters of the runic alphabet that people used in ancient times to write Germanic languages. Fehu literally means “mobile wealth’ or “cattle” and attracts wealth in Nordic traditions.
Upright Fehu Rune symbolizes abundance, wealth, and success, while the reverse one represents the complete opposite.
Also known as the Beckoning Cat, Maneki Neko is a Japanese symbol for attracting abundance, prosperity, and wealth. Some people call it “Fortune Cat.” Japanese people have been using this lucky charm since the 17th century.
Chan Chu or Ch’an Chu, also known as the Three-Legged Money Frog, symbolizes prosperity in Chinese culture. Feng Shui says that if you have this money frog in your home or office, you will not only attract money and wealth but also banish evil energy and attract positive energy.
Some people say you should attach one Chan Chu near your door and eight more inside your living space. However, I highly suggest contacting a Feng Shui expert and asking for advice on a proper layout for the best results.
Lu represents prosperity, social status, and great influence in Chinese culture.
Together with the Shou and Fu symbols, Lu comprises the three celestial stars in heaven, including Fu (luck), Lu (wealth), and Shou (longevity). For the best results, you should place the symbol in a circle because coins have a round shape.
The Kubera Yantra symbol originated from Hinduism. It’s a religious symbol with a complex geometric pattern etched on a metal plate. The plate is usually copper, silver, or gold.
The Indian mythology says that Kuber is the demigod of abundance and wealth. Also, he was the ruler of the north, so you should place your symbol facing north.
Oshun, the deity or orisha of the Yoruba tribe of Nigeria, symbolizes not only prosperity but also love, sensuality, purity, and fertility.
Mythology says that Oshun made life on this planet, so if you want to attract something into your life, such as wealth, love, and health, you should have this symbol around your home or working space.
In my opinion, this symbol makes a great tattoo because it’s so pretty and intricate. So, if you’re into tattoos, you can tattoo Oshun and have it with you at all times.
Some Native American tribes considered salmon as a symbol of prosperity like sheep or cattle were to the Norse people. They believed if someone has a lot of fish, they won’t go hungry, and that’s enough for a person to be grateful.
They also thought that immortal humans lived deep under the sea. If you like this symbol, you can wear it as jewelry or hang it around your home or office.
Shefa means abundance in Hebrew. This Kabbalist symbol is believed to attract money. People believe that Shefa can help them generate wealth and manifest things.
This symbol has a round shape with a spiral in the center. You can wear it as a bracelet, necklace, or earrings or hang it around your living or working space.
This non-traditional Reiki symbol attracts prosperity. However, it’s also used for harmony and improving personal relationships. If you have this symbol around your home or working space, it’s believed it can help you accomplish anything you set your mind to.
The green color and intricate design of the popular Midas Star represent the idea that wealth can help communities grow and preserve nature, while the red color represents the grounding of energy to attract prosperity.
Some people say you can invoke the power of this symbol by repeatedly drawing it. However, I would suggest that you wear it like jewelry. Or print it on t-shirts.
The laughing Buddha is one of the most positive Feng Shui charms. It’s considered a symbol of prosperity, wealth, and abundance due to the rounded belly of the statue.
The Chinese Feng Shui principles suggest that Buddha was a monk who could attract spiritual wealth and prosperity. This Chinese symbol usually faces the door in modern homes.
15.Feng Shui Mystic Knot of Infinite Abundance and Prosperity
If you’re looking for a symbol that will attract infinite prosperity, abundance, and good luck into your life, look no further than the Mystic Knot of Infinite Wealth. It’s made with entwined eights without endpoints.
You can either draw this symbol and place it around your home or find it as jewelry to make sure you never run out of luck and attract abundance.
How to Connect With Money Attraction Symbols
When choosing the right symbol for attracting money, wealth, and abundance into your life, follow your gut and go with what your intuition tells you.
Keep in mind that each symbol holds a large amount of energy and ancient secrets, and you can easily connect with the one you pick by understanding where it comes from and what type of energy it holds.
Then, attune mentally and energetically with your symbol through rituals like meditation. You can even hold theml when reciting positive affirmations. Just make sure you send clear and powerful intentions out into the universe.
Best of Luck!
Since the beginning of time, people have relied on different symbols for spirituality, good luck, and of course, abundance. However, I believe that you can use anything as a symbol for attracting money and good fortune into your life.
As V in V for Vendetta said, it’s the people who give power to symbols. Alone, they’re meaningless, but with enough people believing in them, they can change the world in different ways. Therefore, if you have something you believe brings you luck, stick to it!
You can meditate with a symbol of your choosing, turn money-attracting symbols into art and hang it in your living or working space, or show off wearable symbols as jewelry.
You can even creatively incorporate the symbol you like into your business branding and step up your manifestation game!