Feng Shui Your Home with the Power of Plants
It is always good to have plants in your home, either indoors or outdoors and they can be utilised as an necessary Feng Shui tool that act as energy filters that nudge negative energy, attract the positive one and circulate the energy in the space.
Every type of plants has their own uses so you must know your objective first before placing them in any areas of your home.
Why use plants to Feng Shui your home?
To neutralize Negative Energy – You can place a plant within three feet of your computer to filter away electromagnetic energy omitted.
To Raise a Low Ceiling. Position tall plants in the corners of rooms with sloped ceilings or heavy exposed beams to help cancel off symbolic heaviness
In order for the Feng Shui to work well, we must also know the type of plant we are getting.
What are the most Feng Shui friendly house plant?
In the world of Geomancy, look out for certain plants that are more auspicious than others. Plants with round full leaves and rich dark leaves are believed to be the most lucky and the best. They are the symbol of money and gold.
Even though plants are good for Feng Shui, be sure to take care of them diligently and replace them if they fade. It is best to avoid dried flowers because they represent stagnant energy.
Do share with us if you know any other plants that are good too.
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