PLANTS THAT STEAL YOUR ENERGY AND THAT SHOULD NOT BE IN YOUR HOUSE

Some plants purify the air, give joy to the house, promote our well-being … but others bring negative energies according to Feng Shui. Do you know which ones they are?

1. CACTUS

They have become the most desired in home decoration. Of course, whenever you are going to add cacti at home better than on the balcony, terrace, or garden. Always outdoors! And is that cacti are plants that transmit negativity and discomfort, perhaps because of their appearance. Although it is true that cacti, as well as succulents, are perfect plants to avoid radiation from electronic devices.

2. HYDRANGEAS

They are pretty, delicate and one of our favorite flowering plants. However, according to Feng Shui, these plants symbolize loneliness, failure, and isolation. So, if you are in love with these plants, like us, better add hydrangeas outside. This way they won’t fill your house with bad vibes.

3. GERANIUMS

It is another of the plants that bring a lot of negativity. According to Feng Shui, it is better to avoid these plants indoors. Although they are one of our favorite plants, it is true that outdoors they look much more. Take advantage of the advice of Feng Shui and fill the terrace with geraniums to give it a more cheerful touch.

4. CREEPERS

The vines, except the POTUS, always better outside the home. Plants that grow downward also decrease our vital energy. To avoid this, it is better to always add the vines outside the house in the porch area like this, at the entrance, or even on the roof. They will help you increase the shadow areas naturally.

5. PETUNIAS

Petunias are very flirty plants, just like geraniums, which are best kept outside the home. These plants, according to Feng Shui, attract bad vibes. Therefore, if you have a mini balcony, take advantage to add these plants. You will get a nice corner and a house free of negative energy.

6. CARNATIONS

This plant is widely used at home and in different rooms: living rooms, dining rooms, and even bathrooms. However, according to Feng Shui, this plant absorbs positive energy a lot and releases negative ones, so it is recommended not to add them inside the house. If you like carnations, a good way to continue having them is by placing these plants in the garden, on the balcony, or the dining room table, but outdoors.

7. BONSAI

Bonsai are not very common plants that we have at home. Perhaps because according to Feng Shui, these plants, due to their appearance, are associated with personal and professional limitations. So, at least, we must avoid them indoors.

8. SANSEVIERIA

It is one of the plants that we see the most indoors. It is easy to maintain, very resistant, and also helps purify the air, like areca. However, it has a disadvantage and that is that, according to Feng Shui, this plant should not be used indoors. The culprits? Its pointed blades, which generate rejection and bad vibrations. Although there is a solution! It is best to add them to the entrance or grouped outside.

9. POTUS

It is one of the best known and resistant vines to add inside the house. We can place them in a planter or on a ladder-like this option. But it is true, that it is recommended that we place this plant at the entrance or near the window since it constantly absorbs energy. According to Feng Shui, more than three POTUS in the home can create an imbalance.

WHAT IF WE WANT TO KEEP THESE PLANTS AT HOME?

If despite what Feng Shui thinks you would like to have these plants indoors, we recommend that you follow these tips:

  1. Always keep the house well ventilated to avoid bad vibrations. Try to air your house in the morning, just before you leave and when you get home from work.
  2. The location of these plants is essential for energy to flow unimpeded. Therefore, it is advisable to place them by the window or at the entrance of the house.
  3. Take advantage of the windows to place these plants or spaces like the balcony. This way they will release their bad energies outwards.