Feng Shui is an ancient art of more than 4,000 years old and has its origin in the ancient Chinese culture. It is a philosophy that from the beginning studies the flow of energy in nature (called Chi) to achieve harmony in spaces. Other Feng Shui studies also show how plants act energetically inside and outside the house since, as living beings, they are conductors of energy and can transfer it from one place to another.
But are there good plants and bad plants when it comes to energy? Yes. AD magazine has compiled some examples, which we now present to you. Perhaps the “results” will surprise you.
Hydrangeas, bad energy
They are very beautiful flowers, but unfortunately, according to Feng Shui, they represent loneliness and introspection. Therefore, they should be avoided in the decoration of the house. Especially if you are looking for a good relationship between the people who live in it.
Bambú, buena energía
It is a strong and flexible plant, so it will give your house a special power to adapt to changes and changes. In addition, it is a plant that is considered relaxing and that provides a feeling of peace.
Bonsái, mala energía
Although it is a very interesting plant native to the East, it has been consciously modified to stop or impede its growth. Therefore, Feng Shui believes that it will fill the space with bad vibes. Tip: admire its beauty, but keep it away from home.
Anthurium, good energy
This flower radiates energy and strength. It is recommended to place it in spaces where there is a lot of life, such as the living room or dining room. It is considered the plant of love, so it can be a good bet to have at home.
Potos, absorbs good and bad energy
This plant is popular for the ease of keeping it healthy and beautiful. However, it is important to pay attention to where it is placed as it absorbs all the energy (good and bad). The recommendation is to place it in windows or hanging pots (away from the ground) to balance poor energy levels.
Agave, bad energy
In Feng Shui, elongated leaves attract bad energy. Therefore, the Agave plant, like its relatives such as Aloe Vera, should be avoided indoors. However, they are an excellent option to put in the garden, terrace or balcony. In this way they absorb negative energy and assume the role of protecting the house.
Source : Idealista