12 'lucky' fruits, Feng Shui Guide to ring in New Year 2015

    MANILA, Philippines – As the new year countdown to 2015 begins, consider adding these fruits to your dining table on New Year’s Eve to attract prosperity and good luck, a feng shui master said to ABS-CBN News.

    12 'lucky' fruits, Feng Shui Guide to ring in New Year 2015

    These 12 “lucky” fruits symbolize each month of the year, bringing anything from money and luxury to happiness and good health, Hanz Cua said.

    Take a look on Cua’s 12 fruits suggestions and their respective meanings:

    1. Pineapple – the Chinese word for pineapple is “ong-lai,” which means “fortune cones.”
    2. Orange – represents gold in Chinese tradition. Its round shape signifies money.
    3. Apple – the Chinese word for apple is “ping,” which means “harmony.”
    4. Grapes – represents luxury as these are traditionally eaten by royalty.
    5. Banana – comes in clusters, symbolizing unity. Its yellow color stands for happiness.
    6. Mango – its sweetness signifies strong family ties.
    7. Lemon – its fragrance and essence is known to cleanse and remove negative vibes.
    8. Watermelon – symbolizes prosperity. Its many seeds stand for abundance.
    9. Papaya – similar to the orange, it represents gold in Chinese tradition.
    10. Lychee – its round, red body stands for happiness and good fortune.
    11. Avocado – its colors – green and purple – symbolize prosperity.
    12. Pomelo – its bright red or pink pulp represents good health.

    In addition, fengshuiweb.co advised to skip the rice or oat porridge for breakfast, as both kinds of food are linked with the staple food for the poor. Eating rice translates into a loss of wealth. Thus, a good breakfast would be fruit.

    Also avoid meat during breakfast so that vegetarian gods, who arrive on the Chinese New Year Day festival.

    Hanz Cua also shared 2015 Year of the Wood Sheep Feng Shui Guide. Know your luck this 2015. Find out what you need to do to maximize your luck. This video includes forecast per Chinese Zodiac Sign. Watch.

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