Arowana Lucky Feng Shui Fish

Arowana Lucky Feng Shui Fish

Arowana lucky feng shui fish

Arowana lucky feng shui fish

Why arowana fish is a lucky feng shui fish?

Arowana fish is a very ‘yang; fish, therefore its energy attracts luck, prosperity and money.

The significance of arowana fish in feng shui

Arowanas resemblance the Chinese dragons, which are considered auspicious symbols. The arowana features look like “a dragon in full flight.” In feng shui, water and fish have positive associations. The Asian people believe that arowanas can boosts health, luck and prosperity as well as neutralise negative influences. Oriental homes are abundantly decorated with fish images, fish aquariums and fish artefacts.

Feng shui arowana fish placement

The best placement of arowana fish tank is in the wealth corner of your home or workplace’s bagua which is the furthest corner/room on the left from the front door. Or south-east part of the house if you’re into classical feng shui.

Arowana fish and feng shui direction

According to classical feng shui, the position of your arowana fish tank should be in the south-east area of your home or workplace which is also the wealth corner of the bagua.

Silver arowana lucky feng shui fish

Silver arowana lucky feng shui fish

Silver arowana fish in feng shui
Silver arowanas’ (Osteoglossum Bicirrhosum) natural habitats are the Amazon rivers, rupununi and oyapock rivers in South America. The arowana is also known as the “living dragon” or “golden dragon” because of its metallic, reflective and colourful scales.

Arowana fish and feng shui aquarium
Arowana fish aren’t for beginner level aquarium owners. When arowanas grow you may need a large fish aquarium. The cost of arowans depends and is determined by what species of Arowana you desire. Because some arowana species are on the endangered species list, the cost is going to be extremely high if not even illegal. For more common species of Arowanas, the price varies from £40 to thousands of pounds for more unique and special ones / per arowana.

Feng shui arowana fish statues placement

If arowana fish tank is not your thing, the second best is to have an arowana fish statue or picture. The best place to place arowana statue or photo is in the wealth corner of your home or workplace.

What is arowana fish?

Arowanas are freshwater bony fish of the family Osteoglossidae, also known as bonytongues (the latter name is now often reserved for Arapaimidae) or ‘aros’ in the fish aquarium industry. In the arowana family of fish, the head is bony and the elongated body is covered by large, heavy scales, with a mosaic pattern of canals. More about arowana fish

Another lucky feng shui fish is koi carp

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