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5 Insider Feng Shui Tips For Your Garden To Attract Positive Energy

Implementing the house Feng Shui rules for the internal and external is essential. However, we should pay attention to the garden because this space also plays a significant role in the overall Feng Shui energy.

Regardless if you have a small or big garden or even an indoor one, the presence of healthy and growing plants helps to attract good energy vibes.

A Garden implemented with the correct Feng Shui principles will bring favourable energy/Chi into your house. Therefore, it can help members of the household to feel refreshed and rejuvenated. So, let’s explore the tips now.

How To Feng Shui Your Garden For Good Energy?

1. Keep The Main Entrance Unobstructed

It is essential to have an open area in front of the main entrance door to encourage and allow the energy to flow freely.

Do not plant large trees, lampposts or have any large obstructions close to or at the front door that block your view/pathway.

2. Maintain Your Garden Regularly

Always keep your garden in good condition by trimming the plants, and removing dried leaves or flowers, because dead objects usually create negative Feng Shui energy.

No clutter, please!

3. Utilize The Power of 5 Elements

You can apply the principle of the five elements to create a balanced and harmonious Feng Shui garden. Each object in this area represents a specific element.

Earth – Plant/flowers pots, soil, rocks, stone, pebbles, etc

Wood – The plant, tree, planting box, etc

Water – Water fountain or features.

Fire – Lighting, Red flowers, lanterns, fire BBQ pit

Metal – Metal windchime, arbour, etc.

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4. Ensure Flow of Energy

Don’t forget to add a pathway or passageway for easy manoeuvre from areas to areas and back to the main entrance.

Avoid using a straight path because it resembles a “poison arrow” pointing to your front or back door, symbolising lousy luck for the family. A curved pathway is an ideal option in most situations.

5. Apply the Ba Gua Map in your Garden

The Bagua is the Feng Shui energy map so that we can use it to align your intentions to the specific sector of the garden. For example, place a water fountain in the southeast if you want to enhance the money energy. You can refer to the below Bagua Map.

WEALTH & PROSPERITY

Wood Element

A water fountain

SOUTHEAST

FAME & REPUTATION

Fire Element

Install a lighting, fire/bbq pit and anything triangular

SOUTH

RELATIONSHIP

Earth Element

Pink/Red Flowers / Stone chairs for 2

SOUTHWEST

HEALTH

Wood Element

Thriving healthy green plants

EAST

GARDEN

BA GUA

MAP

CREATIVITY

Metal Element

Metal Wind chime or any round shape ornaments

WEST

KNOWLEDGE

Earth Element

Rock Zen Garden / Mediation area

NORTHEAST

CAREER

Water Element

Water Fountains/features or Bird bath

 NORTH

TRAVEL/HELPFUL PEOPLE

Metal Element

Metal display sculpture / metal wind chimes

NORTHWEST

Now you know the garden Feng Shui tips, it is time to decorate it to create a harmonious one that meets your aspirations.

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