Feng Shui Tips To Attract Positive Energy With Flowers
By making flowers part of your home décor, you are inviting the auspicious energies into your space, according to Feng Shui. Even flower symbols, in the form of beautiful paintings, patterns on fabrics or wallpapers, can help enliven the atmosphere in your home.
Here’s a quick guide if you are looking to Feng Shui your home with flowers:
Bagua: The house can be represented by the Feng Shui energy map with various Bagua or Pa Kua areas that represent different aspects of life. Flowers work best if placed in the Bagua areas of east to southeast and influence aspects like health, family, money and abundance.
Yin and Yang: Violet-or-purple-hued flowers such as Chrysanthemums add the vital yang energy into the space whereas flowers of softer shades or delicate petals like lilies are the yin forces which are soothing and peaceful. Also, ‘three’ is a magic number for balance in Feng Shui, ensure you keep flowers in multiples of three.
Feng Shui flowers: There are some lucky Feng Shui flowers which could be used to either design stunning floral centrepieces or rectify the sharp corners.
Peonies: Peonies have been associated with love and romance. Decorating a couple's bedroom with a beautiful set-up of red peonies is sure to take their relationship to a new level.
Orchids: White flowers not only symbolise peace, purity and healing energies, they could be used to activate a bagua area such as career growth. Orchids, for instance, can do wonders for your business as well as for your family’ overall wellbeing. Place them in glass vases to adorn your study desk, or, keep them in your bedroom or your child’s room as white also corresponds with children.
Lotus: Lotuses are perfect Feng Shui cure to draw tremendous amounts of positive chi to any space where they are placed. Display them in your meditation space or with paintings for spiritual growth.