wallet feng shui

March 5, 2019

Wallet Feng Shui Color and Meanings to Attract Wealth Luck

Do you want to know what color of your wallet/purse you should use to activate your wealth energy? Take your time to watch the video and then set aside some time to learn it so that you can get the right one for the new year. Check out more wallet Feng Shui at Read the full blog post here: Website: Facebook: Instagram: source ...Read More
March 5, 2019

How To Feng Shui The Money 💵 In Your Wallet 👛

I did a video last year showing you how to Feng Shui your wallet. Now today I am demonstrating How To Feng Shui The MONEY In Your Wallet!! Feng Shui Your Wallet👛 ✿✿Law Of Attraction Quotes Journal Purchase link: If you enjoyed this video, please, LIKE, COMMENT and SUBSCRIBE to this channel. Visualization is an important part of manifesting what you want. So I invite you to get a copy of my book titled Understanding Visualization: Learn How To Use Your Imagination To Create What You Want in Life. Other Channels I Am Part Of: WhaToCook Pearlina1925 MJPhotorama MCJ Publishing […]
March 4, 2019

Wallet Feng Shui Tips to Attract Money/Wealth Luck

Are you searching for a simple method to activate your wealth energy? Simply start with your daily used wallet where you hold your cash and credit cards! Take some time to clean and organize your wallet allow fresh energy to come. Take your time to watch the video and then set aside some time to do it. Read the full blog post here: Meaning of Wallet color and elements: Website: Facebook: Instagram: source ...Read More
March 3, 2019

5 Ways To Feng Shui Your Wallet

Here are 5 tips on how to feng shui your wallet so you can attract more prosperity. When it comes to the money you keep in your wallet – you need to respect it. In Feng Shui, you can’t attract what you don’t covet in a pure and respectful way. In other words, if you treat your wallet like crap, or continually use it despite how tattered and beat up it looks, you’ll never attract more. A wallet filled to the gills with receipts, credit cards, gum wrappers, random things from the kids and smushed up money shows how little […]
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