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Double Koi Fish meaning
The pair of koi fish, koi (carp), represents abundance and wealth. It can also be used as a fertility symbol since carp procreate very rapidly.
Pairs used in feng shui are considered very auspicious symbols for
marriage. Traditionally, a pair of koi represents the sexual unity
and fidelity of a married couple and are often given as a wedding gift.
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The southwest sector of the home governs marriage or love
relationships and is an ideal location for a pair of golden koi fish.
Place a figurine or painting of two golden koi fish in the southwest
corner of the master bedroom, but avoid depictions of water.
As a symbol of wealth and abundance, use the double golden koi fish in
any afflicted sector or sector you wish enhanced, such as southeast
(wealth) or north (career).
You can place this symbol in the center of your home to attract wealth and abundance in all life endeavors.
Yin Yang and the Koi Symbol
In feng shui, the koi is tied to the yin yang symbol. In fact, the black and white tear drops of the yin yang symbol are said to be representations of two koi, one male and one female. The eye of each teardrop is symbolic of the constant watchful eye of the koi. This pairing of fish is often seen outside the context of the yin yang symbol as well. For example, a pair of koi is often used as a good luck symbol for a happy marriage.
Harmony and Happiness
The koi is synonymous with harmony and happiness. The two yin and yang koi complete each other and create a perfect balance of the negative and positive energies of chi energy, which is the life-force of all things on earth.
Koi in Feng Shui
Koi can be represented in interior design with artwork such as paintings, photographs or sculpture. Its placement is said to attract auspicious abundance and prosperity into your home and life and some opt to have multiple representations of this fish.
Koi can be included in a home either in a pond or very large aquarium. If you are considering raising a koi on your own, be sure that you always usher auspicious energy your way by keeping the water fastidiously clean and well-filtered and by ensuring they have ample space to swim and grow.