Feng Shui Plants for Positive Energy

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In recent years, houseplants have surged in popularity, particularly among those who have transformed their homes into multi-functional spaces for work, rest, and play. One type of houseplant that has gained attention for its potential benefits is Feng Shui Plants for Positive Energy.

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Not only do these plants enhance the beauty and elegance of a home, but they also provide numerous advantages that many people may not be aware of. In this article, we will explore the benefits of Feng Shui Plants for Positive Energy and how they can help improve the overall ambiance and atmosphere of your home.

Feng shui plants are those plants that can improve the look of your house and also provide positive energy. These plants can provide benefits for both home and business- as they can clean the air, improve sleep, reduce stress, and give a purpose of satisfaction and delight. 

Feng shui plants provide feng shui principles to interior design, promoting prosperity, success, and good luck in your home or office. According to Anjie Cho, a feng shui expert: (CHO),

“plants can bring Positive energy into your homes and interior. As we spend most of our time indoors, having these plants at home is the best way to reconnect with nature.”

What is Feng Shui?

Feng shui, also known as Chinese geomancy, is an ancient traditional Chinese practice that claims that energy forces can harmonize individuals and their surrounding environment. The term feng shui means “wind-water”. In ancient times, it was thought that the bodies and landscapes of water could direct the flow of the universe.

In various parts of the contemporary Chinese world, Feng Shui was used to orient buildings and spiritual structures like tombs, dwellings, and other structures.   

In western societies, Feng shui has also been trending in interior design for health and wealth. It has become visible through the feng shui consultant and architectures, which charge a huge amount for their advice, analysis, and design.       

As Anjie Cho, an Feng Shui said, Feng shui is all about the mindfulness of our environment. It is paying attention to all the things and spaces in our home which can be created to be more supportive and attractive to relax and inspire joy.        

Feng shui has become very important nowadays because of the stress and speediness of modern life; having a place to recharge has become more necessary. And feng shui provides us with that tool to create an environment more supportive.

6 Best Feng Shui Plants

Sometimes choosing a healthy plant with perfect looks and maximum benefits becomes difficult. But some feng shui plants can provide a lot of benefits while being attractive and elegant. This plant can increase positive energies and is regarded as fortunate, while the ill, weak, pointy, or prickly plants can send poison arrows of negative energy.

1-Pothos plant

Pathos plant in a white vase

 Pothos plants are not only good feng shui plants, but these are also great air purifiers and can be ideal for the space of your home, which is not in much use like the top of cabinets in the kitchen or bathroom. Pothos can also make good hanging plants because of their long, green tendrils.

Pothos is also known as “Devil’s Ivy”. This nickname was given to these plants because of their near impossibility of death, even with the minimum care. Which makes this plant a good choice for a careless Gardner.

According to Anjie Cho, ‘Pothos is one of the simplest feng shui plants with soft, rounded leaves, which spread positive, calming energy throughout your room. They can create a sense of generosity and abundance as they can be easily propagated, just like a fruit tree on land that can be consumed by more than one family. This houseplant can also offer this teaching of generosity, sharing, and abundance.

There are various varieties of Pothos plants, and all of these can provide benefits like clean air, improved sleep, and increased positive energy. You can easily differentiate between these plants due to their different structure and texture of the leaves.  

2-Jade Plant – Crassula Ovata  

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The jade plant is a popular succulent houseplant with thick, oval-shaped leaves and a miniature structure. Because of the coin-shaped nature of its leaves, this plant is believed to bring wealth and good fortune as well.

The Jade plant is also a good feng shui plant, typically used by Southwest areas to bring wealth, prosperity, and abundance to the home. But this plant can be put in any place to attract wealth and prosperity. This plant can be easily taken care of and have uniform growth. It grows well in bright, indirect light. But give them direct light for a few hours a day to keep their foliage vibrant and full, making them an elegant plant for windowsills.

Jade plants do not need regular pruning to look clean, as they can hold their foliage for months without dropping a single leaf if cared for properly. They can have a nice uniform growth if they are rotated regularly with proper watering.

Monthly leaf wiping is also necessary for their proper look and optimal photosynthesis. When this plant is grown inside, place them in a sunny location near a west or south-facing window. Because if it does not get enough light, it can lose its original shape and start to stretch.

3-Rubber Tree

Rubber tree

If you are looking for a tiny Feng Shui Plant for Positive Energy, the rubber tree is the best option, with its glossy leaves and purple stripes. The softly curved leaves can soften the harsh aspects of your home. The broad leaves of this plant are said to help in the flow of positive energy throughout the space and promote prosperity and health.

This tropical plant is a bit thirsty and requires frequent watering and moist soil. A small dose of plant nutrition is also required almost 1-2 times a month, but only during the growing season. This nutrition should be applied between watering when the top layer of the soil is dried out slightly. This plant also needs proper light and cannot grow in low-light settings, so not a good option for apartments.

Rubber trees act as a superhero when cleaning the air and removing all its toxins. But to optimize the Feng Shui from this plant, it is recommended to put it in a sunny spot, to the east or south of your home. Such a position brings positivity and calms into your space.

4-Snake plant

Snake plant in white p

Snake plants are considered to bring good fortune and positive energy into the home despite having pointed and harsh, lance-shaped leaves. This can be due to this plant’s simple care and incredible air filter capacity.

Because of its upward-facing leaves, this plant can be very helpful in balancing the heavy downward energy of the ceiling fixtures like beams and fans. The sword-like leaves of this plant make it a good option for a hallway or entryway, as this Feng Shui plant can offer protection as well. This can also be placed on either side of the front door to enhance the positive flow.

Snake plants are one of those few plants that can also produce oxygen in the nighttime, making them a good choice for bedrooms. These plants are very low maintenance and can also handle low light levels. 

They also don’t need watering daily. The best way to water these plants is to check them weekly, and if they are light on lifting, then it is time to water them. This plant needed to be watered thoroughly. Water should be run through the soil completely and drained out of the drainage holes.

5- Money Tree Plant (Pachira Aquatica)

Pachira Aquatica is famous for its nickname “money tree”, which comes from the Feng Shui principle. It promotes the belief that this plant can attract good fortune and luck to its owner and surrounding areas. This plant is also believed to reduce tension and anxiety when it is around.

According to Anjie Cho- this plant not only represents financial abundance but it also teaches patience; as plants grow slowly and they take some time to cultivate, so they teach that life is not about getting rich quickly but it is to create a steady, healthy flow of wealth into life.

Pachira Aquatica not only brings good fortune and positivity in the surroundings, but its distinctive features, like palmate leaves and braided trunk, make this plant a good option as an impactful décor piece. Pachira Aquatica also provides other benefits, like cleaning the air of harmful toxins and improving sleep and mental health.

Money trees prefer deep watering when the soil volume is 75 percent daily. It likes bright and indirect light and grows evenly when each side can get equal light. This plant can also grow well in low light and does not require frequent watering, which makes it an ideal houseplant with minimum care.

6-Aloe Vera

Aloe vera in a white container

Among all of the above feng shui plants, aloe vera is the most common indoor plant, which can be seen in every household. The reason behind the popularity of this houseplant is its numerous health benefits as well as low maintenance. This plant’s thick, fleshy stem contains a gel that has been used for soothing and healing properties for centuries.

Aloe vera is also said to remove bad luck and energy from the surrounding and provide a welcoming and positive aura. This feng shui can also eliminate negative vibes and filter electromagnetic energy. But for this purpose, this plant should be located within three feet or less of your computer or electronics.

Aloe vera plant does not take much time or attention to grow well, as this plant does not need frequent watering, pruning or fertilization. During winters, You can only water this plant when you feel the soil is getting dry; in summer, it only requires watering 2-3 times a week. But make sure to give it proper sunlight for at least 6-7 hours every morning.

Best planters for Feng Shui plants

When it comes to feng shui plants, the form and color of the planters are very important, as the plant’s growth is influenced by the pot and color, which also affects the energy released from these feng shui plants.

So these feng shui plants should always be in containers that complement their design. For example, your plant may not grow well if you put the plant water element within the container of the fire form. So the plant’s placement must match the components of this plant, such as water, fire, wood, earth, and metal. Here is a guideline that can help you in choosing the best planter for your feng shui plant:

  • Water: curly plants and plants with purple or blue blossoms are considered to be components of water elements. So, the planter for such element plants should be made up of blue, black, or white material with wavy or round edges.
  • Earth: Indoor plants with yellow flowers and plants with thick stems and leaves are considered to have the earth element. These plants thrive in yellow or orange square-shaped containers.
  • Wood: trees, succulents, non-blooming foliage plants, and plants with sizable flowers belong to the element wood. For such plants, green, rectangular, or turquoise planters should be available.
  • Metal: Room plants with white flowers are considered to be metal elements. Such plants should be potted in a round ball-shaped pot. Even some people believe that the pot should be of gold or silver.
  • Fire: Almost all plants with red-blooming flowers are considered to belong to the fire element. Such plants do best when planted in pots with pointed shapes and dark red or purple colors.

Bottom Line

Almost every one of us wants our homes to be filled with luck and positive energy. One of the simplest ways to do so is through feng shui plants. These plants are a natural way to bring luck, wealth, and positive energy to you. Certain feng shui plants, like the pothos plant, Jade plant, and aloe vera, help remove negative vibes and bring positivity, but these plants can also make your rooms, hallways, or doorway beautiful.

Another benefit of these plants is that they are low maintenance and can be grown well without frequent watering and proper care. So, even if you are a busy person, these plants won’t be a burden for you. As you can get benefits from them with minimum care.

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