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How to Arrange and Choose Plants According to Feng Shui

05 Sep

The ancient Chinese teaching called feng shui is aimed to harmonize the environment where a person lives. In the area where the objects are situated to balance the flows of energy a human is believed to have better mental and physical state. If the furniture, utensils and plants are in never ending positive interaction the fate of such house dwellers will always be well disposed towards them.

There are plants in almost every house. Usually they are situated and arranged in accordance with the preferences of the house owners. But the followers of feng shui suppose that every plant has to be placed in a certain location and only in that way it will have positive effects upon the owner’s health and luck. There should be ill plants in the rooms. One should get rid of such plants immediately as they are considered to store the negative energy. To maintain the constant income of positive powers one should treat his or her plants carefully, which means to clean the leaves from dust, remove the dry yellow leaves and dull flowers and do all these actions with love ad tender attitude.

Cacti and the similar plants with sharp leaves or thorns may bring rows and misunderstanding in their owners’ home. If they still are kept indoors they shouldn’t be located closer than 1 meter to the area of relaxation, sleep or work. They also shouldn’t be placed in the child’s room.

In the area where your child sleeps of plays there also shouldn’t be any flowers from the foll0owing list. Oleander, caper spurge, dumb cane and bane may prevent your child from successful studying. Pita is another plant with negative aura. The ideal plants for a child’s room is citrus ones. Lemon and tangerine stimulate creativity and strengthen the health of young children.

All the types of bamboo perfectly suit for growing indoors. They are able to neutralize the negative energy and besides they can be useful for those who wish to improve their financial state.

Jade is the unique plant that stores healing energy and radiates with positive fluids. To boost its effect try to place some coins next to its roots. It can be placed either in the bedroom or in the living room.

Orchids are difficult to take care of but if situated in the room of a noisy child it helps to calm him down. But the people with mild and gentle personality who find it hard to say “no” shouldn’t keep an orchid in their room.

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Posted by on September 5, 2012 in Spirituality

 

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