11 Plants That Attract and Stimulate Positive Energy

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Plants are a great addition to your home and healthy growing plants in the home are more important than any other natural source that we bring into the home. A plant gives out a high level of energy and oxygen. They are used as an essential tool in Feng Shui as energy filters that push away the negative energy, attract positive energy, and to circulate the energy in the space. Their life-force, intrinsic beauty and health-promoting benefits are always positive, especially when auspiciously placed.

11 Plants That Attract & Stimulate Positive Energy!

Bamboo
Bamboo is said to attract joy and wealth. It offers protection from negative energies and also brings in good luck in the house. It helps to eliminate “depression” and “loneliness” from the house. Bamboo also improves the health of family members and increases mental and spiritual growth.

Money Plant
Money Plant produces a positive energy flow that attracts good luck and fortune. This is why it is recommended to put this plant inside the house rather than in your garden. Plus, it helps purify air polluted with synthetic chemicals from furniture and cleaning solutions. It filters the indoor air and increases oxygen inflow.

Basil
Basil brings love, passion, wealth, luck and beauty to your home, and we could all use a little of that! If you grow your own basil and use it to flavour your food, it’s said that you’ll awaken passion in anyone who eats it. Basil is known for being an antidepressant, antiseptic and antibacterial, too.

Peppermint
Being a plant with many health benefits, the Mint has also been used to protect before curses and the envy of others. Peppermint is the welfare plant and it is believed that those who have a fresh Peppermint plant, attract economic prosperity.

Eucalyptus
This plant has the ability to combat and remove the bad vibes, that almost always come with envious or malicious people. Recommended for business or office, as it is a plant that attracts prosperity. It is also ideal to sleep better and free spaces of heavy energy.

Thyme
Thyme is a plant that from ancient times has been used to remove bad vibes from the air. This plant is considered a purifying plant, since it fights against negative energy, prevents nightmares and promotes self-esteem. Having one in your house will ensure protection of the home and its inhabitants.

Frankincense
Promotes higher consciousness and is ideal to use before meditation. It Reduces stress by pointing out that our lives are bound up with more than one reality. Frankincense releases powerful vibrations for protection and purification. It enhances divine connection and brings inner peace.

Sage
It has amazing cleansing properties and ability to remove to negative energies. Salvia is antibacterial, antifungal, antiseptic, astringent, diuretic, hypoglycemic and has estrogenic effects. Having a pot of sage on window, will make your house smell delicious, it will even improve the taste of your food.

Rosemary
Rosemary is good for your physical and mental well-being. It also aids in air purification to keep your home and office free of harmful toxins. It smells so incredible that it can instantly lift your mood, reduce fatigue, fight anxiety, improve your memory and treat insomnia.

Sunflower
Sunflowers are known for their loving devotion because they follow the sun. Planting them in your garden will not only brighten your view but it brings good luck and fills your home with a profound sense of safety and protection. Eating sunflower seeds is said to increase fertility as well as bring good luck.

Fennel
It has long been associated with longevity, courage and strength. It wards off negative energies by its purifying properties and provides protection to the human energy field while fortifying healthy boundaries.Fennel is also thought to be of assistance in influencing others to trust your words.

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