'Here's a little tip that I would like to relate. Many fish bites if ya got good bait.' We can all agree that the last line is applicable in almost every area of life, hook, line and sinker. According to Feng Shui, fish represent abundance, in part because the Chinese word for fish -- yu -- also means prosperity, abundance and wealth. Therefore many business people in Asia keep live fish both in the office and in their homes. An aquarium is the preferred Shui way to house fish, and it's said to be especially effective when displayed near the front entrance or in the Career area of the living room. Some of the more fortunate fish to keep are goldfish, carp, arrowana, guppies and any other beautiful freshwater fish. Of that list, the arrowana holds the most mystique because it is the dragon fish, and the dragon is the single most powerful and opportunity abundant creature in this philosophy. But arrowana are sometimes difficult to keep since they will grow to the length of their surroundings and also eat live worms. Goldfish are also a fabulous fish to keep since they also are believed to boost the bottom line. In the garden, of course, koi is king and it better be because you need ransom to buy one. Much more reasonably priced and easier to keep in ponds or pots are guppies, who are perpetually pregnant and so share a wonderful growth and creativity Chi. Always keep your fish healthy and the living space clean. There's nothing worse in Feng Shui than sad, unhealthy fish. Lastly, if keeping fish is not an option for you, then figurines or images of fish will work almost equally as well. All of this proves, as Taj tell its, that 'many fish bites if you got good bait.' In this case, cast your intention in the waters of life and see what positive prosperity you fish out in return.
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