How to Use Flowers for Good Feng Shui at Home
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Flowers for Good Feng Shui at Home
The universal language of flowers transcends any cultural limit, interpretation, or meaning. The feng shui use of flowers as a symbol is based on the same universal feeling that flowers evoke in all human beings: a feeling of beauty, grace, and sensuality that is delicate and alive.
Live flowers are always the best choice for your home as they bring strong healing energy, but high-quality silk flowers or flower images are also used in feng shui.
In addition to the energy of beauty and grace, flowers also bring luck, countless blessings, and the quality of chi to any home. In feng shui, the focus is often on colors and numbers, as well as the symbolism of specific flowers.
The descriptions of the most popular flower symbols used in feng shui applications are as follows.
- Peony: One of the most sensual flowers with a delicious scent, the peony has long been used in feng shui as a cure for love and romance. This is especially true for some pink peonies. The peony is often considered a metaphor for female beauty. In fact, some feng shui masters do not recommend having a picture of a blooming peony in an older couple's bedroom to avoid relationships with younger women.
- Lotus: the lotus flower symbolizes the highest perfection; its purity is not affected by the clay it comes from. In Chinese medicine, every part of the lotus plant, from the roots to the petals, has medicinal properties, making this symbol an even more powerful feng shui cure for a healthy and harmonious home.
- Cherry Blossoms: Cherry blossoms, such as apple, dogwood, peach, or other similar trees, have always been used to bring the energy of new beginnings - a feeling of freshness and innocence. Most of the time, the cherry blossom image is used as a cure for love and marriage, but it can also be used as a feng shui cure for health.
- Orchid: This beautiful flower has long been considered a classic fertility symbol in feng shui. Because the orchid carries the energy of immaculate natural symmetry, it has also become a symbol of the pursuit of perfection in many areas of life. Abundance, perfection, spiritual growth, beauty, and purity - with such a powerful universal symbolism associated with it, it is no wonder that orchids have become a very popular houseplant in the West.
- Narcissus: In Chinese culture, the structured energy of the daffodil flower is believed to bestow the blossoming of a person's career, talents, and abilities. It is often used as a professional feng shui cure, believed to help you receive appropriate rewards for your hard work. White daffodil is used more often in professional feng shui applications than yellow.
- Chrysanthemum: The feng shui symbol of a chrysanthemum flower indicates a life of tranquility and balance. At the same time, this flower is believed to have strong yang energy, so it is used to bring good luck to you and your home.
Whether it's fresh flowers from your garden or market, a flower painting, or a photo, it will definitely create some good chi when you start using flowers in your home feng shui.
We hope you enjoy watching this video about Flowers to Activate the Energy in Your Home
Source: Morris Feng Shui
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