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I Ching Coins

I-Ching coins are a powerful Feng Shui symbol used to bring prosperity and income luck. When the coins are tied together with a red string or ribbon, they are further energized. Tie three coins together to represent the trinity of heaven, earth and mankind; six coins to represent luck from heaven; or nine coins to represent the wholeness of the universe. Considered a very auspicious gift, Chinese coins double our own luck each time we give some away.

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I-Ching Coins - Single
These coins are a powerful Feng Shui symbol used to bring prosperity and income luck. When the coins are tied together with a red string or ribbon, they are further energized. ... read more »
Feng Shui Red String
This high quality, strong, red string can be used to hang crystals, flutes, wind chimes, or for any Feng Shui cure or energy adjustment that requires the use of red string. ... read more »
I-Ching Coins in Velvet Pouch
This strand of three I-Ching Coins, tied together with a 9" red string and tucked into a luxurious velvet pouch, is a powerful symbol to attract prosperity and good fortune. Place in your prosperity... read more »
Three I-Ching Coins with Good Luck Knot & Tassel
This strand of three I-Ching Coins, approximately 9" in length, is hung from a good luck knot and finished with a red and gold tassel. Chinese coins tied together are powerful symbols to attract ... read more »
Six I-Ching Coins, Good Luck Knot & Tassel
This strand of six I-Ching Coins, approximately 10" in length, is hung from a good luck knot and finished with a red and gold tassel. Chinese coins tied together are powerful symbols ... read more »