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Feng Shoes: Have lucky shoes will prosper!

NO-NONSENSE FENGSHUI - Fengshui Master Aldric V. Dalumpines - The Freeman

Manila can easily relate to the sixties’ ShoeMart phenomenon off Carriedo street, growing with SM shoe merchandise from grade school all the way to their first jobs! Nowadays, Henry Sy’s “a slipper/shoe for every Filipino” has gone nationwide as an icon and silent symbol of the Filipino Dream about progress and prosperity in life!  Against this backdrop, let us delve into the fitting world of feng shui of shoes or simply feng shoes!Man, woman, child all wear shoes.  But are they lucky pairs?

Lucky feng shoes tips:

1.  Choose and wear lucky colored shoes appropriate to your liking and of course the occasion.

Red if you desire fame and luck in your career.  Especially when seeking a promotion or more ratings as a model, showbiz entertainer and yes, as a politician!


Green if in want more growth and prosperity in life.

Blue for calmness, serenity and service.

Brown for stability in career and progress.

Grey for independence and protection from loneliness.

Ivory for purity.

Orange for zest and healing.

Pink for love and romance.

Purple for spirituality.

White for cleanliness of intent and personality.

Yellow for happiness and the stimulation of creativity.


Depending on your type of shoes: rubber shoes for physical fitness training or exercises, hobby, golf shoes, badminton shoes, tennis shoes, the like! Choose according to your mood.

2. Size will matter.  Always choose the comfortable fit.  Not so much for allowance or snugness.

3. Combination of shoe lace colors matters too.  Make sure the colors harmonize with the original shoe color in complementary manner.  In terms of feng shui, no clash of the colors of the elements.  Thus, for red shoes, no black or blue laces and vice versa.  Akin to no fire vs. water! 

4. Shoe designs if ever, like accessories, should be feng shui compliant.  Like a rat person shouldn’t have horse figurines or even horseshoe designs on their shoes!  Or a dragon person with dog prints on their sneakers.  Nor a rooster person wearing bunny shoes!

5. Material of which a shoe is made should be compatible to the feng shui element of the wearer. Say, a metal person can wear metallic shoes.  Or a wood person would be luckier in wooden soled or heeled shoes!


Next week:  Feng Shui Creative Accounting!

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