Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Search for Wealth

The WSJ says wealth is a word used in searches 1.5 million times a month and the url will go for more than $2.9 Million.

So I Googled wealth and came up with this advice from an article in the Staten Island Advance by Maura Grunlund about using Feng Shui to promote wealth.

Among other tips and suggestions:

The entrance to your home should be the portal for good energy.

Attach three Chinese coins to the back of the mat or rug so that every time someone walks in they symbolically bring money into your life.

Plants that are wealth enhancers are bamboo and jade.

Goldfish are . . . supposed to attract wealth.

A full refrigerator reaps abundance.

Keep toilet seats down when not in use, otherwise money will disappear with each flush.

The search for wealth ended here at freshome where I learn of a toilet-shaped house built outside of Seoul in 2007. The house is named Haewoojae, which signifies in Korean "a place of sanctuary where one can solve one's worries".

It probably cost a fortune.

No comments: