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11 results for "good luck symbol"
Japanese Good Luck Symbol Tanuki By Pinky Toky
eBook (ePub): $4.49
A pudgy ceramic statue is often seen displayed at the entrance of Japanese noodle shops and restaurants. It has a happy smiling face, with a goofy expression. This statue is known as... More > ‘tanuki’. Originally portrayed as an evil and mischievous animal trickster in the early centuries, tanuki has since evolved into a cute Japanese icon of wealth and luck.< Less
Daruma Doll - Japanese Good Luck Talisman By Pinky Toky
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The daruma doll is a popular good luck talisman to the Japanese. Its design is rich in symbolism and is used to depict perseverance, ability to overcome adversity, and to recover from misfortune.
How to Become Wealthy Using Feng Shui: Top Tips to Attract Money, Manage your Workspace and Using Symbols to Attract More Abundance By Dr. E. Dok
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Feng Shui is an ancient art and science developed over 3,000 years ago in China. It is complex knowledge that reveals how to balance the energies of any given space to assure the health and good... More > fortune for people inhabiting it. Feng means wind and shui means water. In Chinese culture wind and water are associated with good health, thus good feng shui came to mean good fortune, while bad feng shui means bad luck, or misfortune. This book is specifically designed to help you to attract more wealth. It will provide useful guidance on how to manage your money wisely and which symbols to use so you can attract more abundance. Another part is on managing your workspace. This will help to create a powerful place to work in that will bring much better results. All of this and much more in this book.< Less
Book Of Superstitions By Camille Abou Jamra
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Superstitions consist of a huge number of signs and symbols which people watch to expand good luck or to stay away from bad luck. The “Book of Superstitions” is a compilation of 1000s of... More > them subdivided into categories covering various facets of our daily life. Did you know that... - It is bad luck to light three cigarettes with the same match. - Peel an onion, burn the skin, play the lotto, you’re sure to win! - If a candle flame suddenly turns blue, there's a ghost nearby. - A pot of gold is at the end of a rainbow. - Having a few grams of sea salt inside your wallet attracts wealth luck. - It is believed that eating peaches gives you wisdom. - Kicking a cat brings Rheumatism - If you count the cars of a passenger train, you will hear of a death. - Put your right shoe on first or you would die early - It is very unlucky to sit cross-legged when playing cards. - A woman in labor should put on her husband's slippers. - If a bird hits the window, someone will die.< Less
What Is Maneki Neko? By Pinky Toky
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Have you ever come across a cat figurine with a raised paw? That is the Maneki Neko, Japanese fortune cat. It is a popular symbol of good luck, prosperity and success. Its unique appearance and... More > beckoning gesture has certain significance.< Less
Elephant Diary By Belinda Gillies
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This is a blank journal for you to write all your hopes, dreams, thoughts and desires. Elephants are a sign of good luck and have strong memories. Illustration by Australian artist Belinda Gillies.... More > This illustration is part of a series of line illustrated animals that all symbolize good luck.< Less
Gung Hay Fat Choy: Making Books for Chinese New Year By Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord
eBook (PDF): $9.95
Everything you need to celebrate Chinese New Year with 5 creative bookmaking projects: Zodiac Slat Book, New Year Journal, Dragon Counting Book, Book of Good Luck Symbols, and Lucky Red Envelope Book.
The Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Word By Silvester Rogers
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The Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Word allows you to master the World's most widespread and powerful text processing application. You'll be able to easily create professional-looking documents and... More > use different formatting tools and various themes. Our book features colored illustrations for each article so every step is crystal clear for you. Here’s a quick overview of what knowledge our guide provides: • How to Password-protect Documents in Microsoft Word 2010 • Word Bullets and Numbering • How to Create Footnotes and Endnotes in MS Word 2010 • How to Insert Degree Symbol and Other Symbols in Word • How to Create a Table of Contents in MS Word 2010 • How to Choose Paper Size and Source in Microsoft Word 2010 Good luck with your Word studies!< Less
The Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Excel By Silvester Rogers
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The Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Excel offers a complete training course to those not very familiar with the World's most widespread and powerful spreadsheet and calculations application. Training... More > starts from the basics, where you are to customize your workplace and create your first workbook, and goes on to the basic calculations and operations. Our book features colored illustrations for each article so every step is crystal clear for you. Here’s a quick overview of what knowledge our guide provides: • How to work with data using shortcuts in Excel • How to Understand formulas and functions in Excel • How to use custom conditional formatting in Excel • How to split screen and Freeze Cells in Excel • How to Convert Excel vertical cells to horizontal • How to Record and using a simple macro in Excel • How to Create a Drop Down Menu in Excel • How to Insert Check Mark Symbol in Excel Good luck excelling your skills!< Less
Pijo and Penda: A Story About a Bulgarian Springtime Tradition By Teodora Masters
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Spring is almost here! Ms. Tina’s class is ready to celebrate by creating and exchanging special little ornaments made out of red and white yarn with their friends and family. As the children... More > learn to make two little martenitsas—Pijo and Penda—Ms. Tina teaches them about the ancient Bulgarian tradition surrounding the ornaments, the meaning behind Baba Marta and the ornament colors, and why people wish for spring. Soon, the children craft beautiful ornaments that they use the next day to celebrate the upcoming spring as a symbol of new beginning and harmony between nature and people, and wish each other happiness, good luck, and great health. Now the children know the tradition of the martenitsa, so they can practice it every year! This charming book teaches young students about a Bulgarian springtime tradition and it is a great tool to help children understand and embrace other cultures.< Less