We chase after luck as if it was something we could find around, and we waste our energy running after her; but luck cannot be found randomly, as she is constantly hiding. These symbols will help in the personal work we all must undergo to achieve luck, easing the obtainment of the required positive energies to attract her.
The four-leaf clover brings good luck, and favours wealth and love. It protects us and helps us to find the love of our life. However, we must carry it with us and try not to show it to strangers. According to legend, the first leaf is for hope, the second for faith, the third for love and the fourth for luck.
In the past, owning a horse was a symbol of prosperity, and the horseshoe was seen as a luxury, as it required a great expense. Since then, it has been believed that finding a horseshoe is a good omen that brings happiness. Later, horseshoes were found hanging from doors, in order to attract good luck. Carrying a horseshoe helps in obtaining good luck and happiness.
Korean wealth coin. According to tradition, this coins help achieving positive thinking flow, attracting happiness, luck and wealth.
In many cultures, the cat is a sacred animal that brings luck. Nevertheless, it is opposite in other cultures, that think that it brings bad luck.
The elephant amulet is originary of India. There, the elephant is a sacred animal, very intelligent and sensible. One of the most important gods, Ganesha, has the head of an elephant, and is considered the wiser god. He is the writer’s god. The elephant amulet gives protection, good luck, and attracts knowledge.
The dolphin is believed to be a protective and good luck animal by many different cultures.
Maneki Neko, the lucky cat. Originally from Japan. When it has the right claw raised, it helps achieving wealth, money and good luck. It is also very popular with the left claw raised, as it is the one used to attract clients. It is believed to attract more clients the most its claw is raised.