The Feng Shui Of House Plant

The following plants all have special air cleansing properties to help de-stress your home or office.

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Goosefoot plant

Goosefoot

The goosefoot, or Syngonium podophyllum, has the inspiring, ‘upward’ wood energy which is associated with the east or southeast. Place it on a desk or workstation to let its spirit of spring, dawn, youth and new ideas aid inspiration. Goosefoots also like the humidity of a bathroom.

Fern

Fern

Ferns are particularly good at ionizing the air to help compensate for pollution. They need damp conditions and low light to thrive, making them ideal for bathrooms or north areas.

Devil’s Ivy

Devil’s Ivy

Despite its name, this is a good choice to conceal ‘cutting chi’ in the home. Epipremnum aureum needs only moderate amounts of light and can be cleverly trained to wind around pillars, or hang from a shelf of basket.

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Weeping Fig

Weeping Fig

Ficus benjamina is another attractive plant that’s very useful for hiding and softening cutting chi, for example from the sharp angles of walls in an irregularly shaped room. Its twisting stems represent the ideal, meandering path of chi. Put it in front of a pale wall so its plaited form rally stands out.

Peace Lily

Peace Lily

Peace lily is a very accurate name for Spathiphyllum wallisii, which ionizes the atmosphere and can help stabilize chi that is abnormally charged by TVs, computers, microwave ovens, stereos, mobile phones etc. Position the plant near one of these modern appliances.

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

Aloe barbadensis is an easy to grow succulent. Its pointed shape is associated with fire energy, so it’s suitable for a window sill in the south, where light will be plentiful. Aloe vera is also ideal in kitchens, the healing centres of homes. Stroke the sap from a leaf onto any cuts or burns.

Spider Plant

Spider Plant

Chlorophytum comosum ‘Vittatum’ provides gentle, calming chi like hat of water. It doesn’t require much light, so can be used in the north or northeast of your home. Spider plants are ideal for hanging over the shard edges of a fireplace, shelf or bookcase to hide cutting chi.

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12 Responses

  1. kab625 says:

    Hi,
    Nice site. I especially like this article about house plants. Well being comes from many sources doesn’t it?

    I have plants everywhere, some of which are above me as I type. In fact, my spider plant is in bloom. The plants I have are friends fromm literally years and year

  2. Simon says:

    Hi …..

    Great site.

    I was particularly interested in the use of Aloe Vera for feng shui around the house. My Subscribers will be fascinated to learn about this.

    I have many Aloe plants but they are all in the garden. I use them as my “first aid” cabinet. There is not much you can’t do with them.

    If you have aloe vera plants in your garden and don’t know how to perpare them for use you may find this link useful.

    Have a top day
    Simon

  3. Jen Cole says:

    I love the idea of plants, but I seem to have zero talent for taking care of them. It was good to be reminded that my aloe vera plant would be better suited to my kitchen – I’ll go remedy that as soon as I post this.

    I think I’d like to get a Goosefoot plant for my desk. Any idea if it’s safe around cats? I have a cat who likes to lay next to my keyboard as I type.

  4. Hey! Love to read it!
    These plants not only de-stress your homes or offices but all have special uses also.

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  7. Twetty says:

    My alovera had been kill by my friend,last year cuz she kept taking all the stem/leaves and at one time at night accidentally cut throughout the stem 3/4 quarters deep.that’s the end.can’t be safe.lucky i have many ‘babies sprouts”from the mother plants.now 2/3 of them grows nicely outside my flat .also 3of my neighbours have inherited my alovera’s ,now all blooming.I treasure a lot within the last 30+ years.it also ‘flowers-yellow colour’ beginning of last year 2013.now it’s only a memory.when it flowers at that time I am always so lucky & happy.friends told me that alovera have spike/pointed leaves and that’s not good,but another says it protect the ‘supernatural’.I am quite confuse/worry at first but now and than I really miss the ‘mother plant .lucky I have old images that I took photos
    with.so friends here don’t worry alovera plant won’t bring bad feng shui to you.

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