Learn all about feng shui money treesWritten by Jakob Jelling
A feng shui money tree is an indoor plant used in order to attract prosperity and wealth into any space. The feng shui money tree's botanical name is Pachira, and its care requires average sun light and watering that any other indoor plant would need. Its height can reach to as much as seven feet while it can reach to be as much as three feet wide.
The shape of these plant's leafs represent five main elements of feng shui, wood, water, earth, fire and metal, and this is what makes feng shui money tree so symbolic. When an element is missing, or elements in a space are not balanced, a feng shui money tree would help adding what is missing harmonizing elements.
Since feng shui money trees bring or increase wealth, they are ideal to place near a place where money is kept or near cash registers in businesses. Prosperity and wealth, as well as elements harmonization should come after placing this plant at those spots. Any other place where money and wealth is needed can be a good place for a feng shui money tree as well.
Feng shui money trees can also be strategically placed according to house areas indicated by bagua map. The bagua map northwest corner corresponds to prosperity area of life, and this could be an ideal place for a feng shui money tree to be. Since it brings prosperity, you can also help attracting this factor to any other area of your life by placing feng shui tree at house area which corresponds to it.
Using a feng shui compassWritten by Jakob Jelling
What should you look for in a feng shui compass and how should you use it?
A feng shui compass is a very helpful element when it comes to finding out location and orientation of a house or building. It will allow you to apply feng shui guidelines in an accurate manner since it will provide you with knowledge on exact orientation your house has.
There are different kinds of compasses, and most useful feng shui compass you can find is one which allow you to look at numbers it shows at same time than you look at building and keep aligned with it. Other kinds of feng shui compasses, most traditional ones, require you to look down in order to watch numbers they show, and this is not as helpful as if you can watch them while keeping your sight up.
A traditional feng shui compass' name is "Lo Pan", "Lo" has meaning of "everything" and "Pan" means "bowl", and correct interpretation of term means a bowl which allows you to have access to universe mysteries. This feng shui compass is also known as traditional Chinese geomantic compass.