You must have heard of Feng Shui. According to this Chinese philosophical system, certain items and their arrangement can affect the negative or positive energy in your home. Thus, if you don’t feel good when at home, maybe the arrangement of some things attracts negative energy and badly affects your life.
What Brings Bad Energy, And What You Need To Throw Away According To Feng Shui
Careless and sloppy broken dishes bring bad energy. Therefore, you should throw them away, and buy new ones. According to Feng Shui, doing this will help you remove the negative energy from your home.
Empty Salt And Sugar Containers
Empty containers in which you hold salt and sugar can bring you bad luck. When you notice that these containers are empty, refill them. Otherwise, they can affect the happiness and harmony in your home.
Plants With Thorns
Sharp and prickly plants can be a magnet for bad energy. Therefore, according to Feng Shui, it is not advisable to keep them in your home. Instead, you should carefully bring all your plants with thorns into the environment, in order to neutralize their negative effect on the human energy.
Consider replacing your cactuses with plants that have round leaves. And, as a symbol of growth and prosperity, it’s advisable to put them in those parts of your home that encourage good energy. For example, holding Crassula ovate in the southeast sector of your home stimulates prosperity and can bring you enormous benefits. Crassula ovate is a plant of the cactus family, with fleshy leaves and no thorns, and dark green looks, which resembles a precious jade.
Shoes And Unorganized Newspapers
A bunch of old newspapers scattered on the floor can bring negative energy. Hence, according to Feng Shui, it’s better to throw them away. Also, it’s not advisable to keep your shoes in front of the door, or to leave them tossed in the middle of the room. Especially if they’re dirty!
Placing A Calendar In The Wrong Area Of Your Home
A calendar hanged on a door reminds us that life is transient. Therefore, according to Feng Shui, it can negatively affect the quality and length of life in your house. If you have put the calendar on your front door, or somewhere next to it, you should immediately transfer it to some other place. A wall in the hallway is a much better place to hang it, won’t you agree?