Ever been in a room and it gives you a weird vibe? If its not a room filled with clowns then it could be the feng shui (fŭng shwā).
Feng shui is an ancient Chinese practice of arranging the physical environment to promote balance, harmony, and well-being. It’s commonly known that the arrangement of furniture, colors, plants and decor in a home or office can have a significant impact on the vibe, or energy flow, within the space.
Here are some of the ways to incorporate feng shui and plants into your home or office:
-Boosting energy flow
Having good feng shui can help to promote a healthy flow of energy in a space. By also adding a plant to your space you may experience increased energy, better overall health, and a more relaxed vibe.
By gifting a plant you promote harmony and positive relationships between friends and family. By creating a space that is welcoming and supportive, you may find that your personal and professional relationships improve. Now when you see your gifted plant feng shui has already moved in.
When owning multiple plants, it is believed that a well-balanced environment can attract abundance and prosperity. By setting up your home or office in a way that make you feel like you, you may find that your plants actually help you financially.
Plants can get cluttered or disorganized which can lead to stress and anxiety. By using feng shui principles to create a calming and harmonious environment, you may be able to reduce stress levels and promote a greater sense of relaxation. This is accomplished by changing the plants pants or repotting your plant and reducing any oversized plants through propagation.
Feng shui can be used to promote good health by creating a space that is free of bad vibes and supports physical well-being. By incorporating natural elements, such as plants or water features, you may be able to create a healthier and more energizing environment.
Examples of Elements– Feng shui divides the world into five elements: wood, fire, earth, metal and water.
So if you have a room that doesn’t feel quite right, try balancing the elements to make it more comfortable. Each element invokes a different mood, creating a customized space that’s beneficial for your personality and goals.
Decorating with living houseplants strengthens the energy of one particular feng shui element: wood. The wood element brings vital energy of growth and action into your space. It can also inspire compassion, kindness, and flexibility. Moreover, the color green—the shade of many plants—is associated with rejuvenation.
In conclusion, the practice of feng shui can be a useful tool for creating a more harmonious, productive, and positive environment in both the home and the office. However, it’s important to remember that feng shui is just one of many factors that can influence our physical and emotional well-being. Peace, Love and Good Times. Thank you for reading!
Chauncey Jones Ethereal Company