LOOKING TO INCORPORATE the concepts and principles of Feng Shui into your home or office? It’s not as complicated as you think! In fact, one of the best ways to create balanced, positive Feng Shui in your living space is to use plants to create positive energy. In this quick guide, we showcase the best plants and flowers that create the best Feng Shui for you.
Although almost all plants create positive energy for your household, there are certain that specially generate vibrant, renewing, and comfortable energy. Check these out:
Jade Plant (Crassula Ovata)
Jade Plant, $5.99, View Product Here
This plant is wonderful for creating abundance and prosperity. You can use this plant near your front door (your career area) to invite abundance-producing energy into your home. You can also use this plant in your "fame" area at the rear of your home, as well as the "wealth and p[prosperity" area at the left rear section of your home, to help provide opportunities for notoriety, publicity, and personal wealth.
Money Plant (Philodendron Scandens)
Money Plant, $17.99, View Product Here
A wonderful plant for shaded areas. Make sure you keep the leaves trimmed so they do not become too large. This is ordinarily placed at the front of the home; however, if the front of your home is very sunny, you may want to skip this plant, because not having a money plant at all is better than having a money plant with dead leaves.
Water Lillies (Nelumbo Nucifera)
Water Lily, $1.99, View Product Here
These flowers help promote positive energy and good Feng Shui throughout the year. They also grow easily in just about any kind of soil, so they are a low-maintenance flower that you can count on year after year.
Lucky Bamboo, $14.99, View Product Here
You can use lucky bamboo to help you achieve harmony in your home. Use the meanings for the number of stalks to ensure you select the best plant for your need. Read about our in-depth review of the lucky bamboo here
Rubber Plant (Ficus Robusta)
Rubber Plant, $5.99, View Product Here
Rubber plant tolerates dim light and cool temperatures and has excellent ability to remove air toxins from any indoor environment. A large Ficus can serve as a room divider or symbolically lift a low ceiling. This plant can also help remove formaldehyde, benzene, and ammonia from the air.
And there you have it! There’s a wide variety of choices and placements when selecting plants for your Feng Shui garden. Also, remember to intersperse these plants with metal sculptures and other objects that will help break up the dominating wood element of the plants and flowers. You can easily mix these elements to create a landscape that is both visually attractive and pleasing to the remainder of your senses (including the metaphysical ones) as well. Doing Feng Shui right will attract more positive energy in your life because the energy that is created within your home will directly affect the energy surrounding your life.