Sunday, March 11, 2012
Luck in Business Symbolism
The Coatl serpent is also great for business people because it's an emblem of balance. It harbors both male and female energy, and thus produces a stabilizing effect for those who acknowledge it.
Coins with holes in them are more auspicious than others.
Spitting on coins is fabled to win you a great day's pay.
Silver coins being tossed on a new moon at midnight grants you financial blessings during the moon's upswing (waxing) cycle.
Ganesha is an elephant-headed god of India, and is legendary for happily harboring good luck to those who acknowledge his presence. He's also known for stampeding obstacles out of the way.
The Feoh is also the first letter of the Germanic alphabet, which underscores its symbolic importance. This symbol represents wealth gained by honest means, and hard work.
In India, Lakshmi's footprints are seen painted on doors, carved on coin boxes, and kept as charms in money drawers. The belief pattern here is: A little faith, a little love, some luck, and an open heart will allow Lakshmi to walk a path of richness and abundance into our lives.
Ptah is also a patron of craftsmen, sculptors and so his staff may appeal to people who are working on the foundation or construct of their business.