Have you ever heard of a money frog or a three-legged money toad?
Well, it is known in Feng Shui circles to be a creature that is extremely lucky and that can bring you great wealth and luck if it is around your property. Who wouldn’t like a bit of extra help on the wealth and prosperity front? The money frog is a little ornament that has a coin inserted into its mouth.
The saying goes that if you put this frog by your front door, off the floor – absolutely vital for it not to be on the floor apparently – but instead on a little shelf or cupboard or something – then the frog will bring you great riches, and an abundance of good things!
You know, this sounds so exciting – I wonder why we don’t all do it all of the time! But the Chinese probably know more about this fact than us as Feng Shui plays a great part in the everyday lives of many Chinese people.
So you would place the lucky charm frog to the left of your front door, and ensure that it is facing inwards. This means that the frog is encouraging wealth and good fortune to come into the home
Taking this a step further, you do not actually need to just keep it in the house, but you could take one to work with you, especially if you are self-employed, to harness the good luck from the money frog in your business life helping to increase business and bring you more custom and therefore more wealth!
It has been known for frogs and toads to come out during the full moon and go towards those properties that will be having a great windfall of some sort.
So the money frog is definitely worth having around. I hear though that it is not good luck to have one in your bathroom – this is supposed to actually be bad luck and should be avoided!
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