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Type of houseplants is best kept for feng shui purposes

 

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Question:
We just move into my new apartment 3 months ago and notice there are poison arrows pointing into our main door. Our friends suggested placing a pot green plant. He also told us plant bring good luck as well.

Answer:
Plants are one of an excellent yet cheapest feng Shui cures for clearing negative energy and at the same time achieve positive flow of Chi.

For a detailed case study of your problem, we need to know exactly your facing direction of your door and where does the poison arrow is located. Not all the negative energy can be fully cleared with the use of green plants. Sometimes you need certain outflow formation to fully release it.

Question Posted by Kenny & Susan
[Answered : 19:59:46 PM]


Question:
Can you direct me which type of houseplants is best kept for feng shui purposes? Someone told me its not recommended to place indoor plants like Tie Shu and cactus near the main entrance. Thanks in advance

Answer:
What you've heard is just another old folks myth. Tie Shu, aka corn plant (scientific name Dracaena Fragrans) are just another type of plants that produce the same function like most Plants does, to help keep the indoor environment clean, aiding in oxygen/carbon.

Any types of green plant can be use.

Question Posted by Lynne
[Answered : 13:15:38 PM]






 
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