Attract Money Into Your Home With These 2 Ancient Chinese Tips

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Attract Money Into Your Home With These 2 Ancient Chinese Tips

Let’s be realistic. Who couldn’t use a few ways to attract more money into their household? These two simple practices are believed to bring money into a household by using the ancient Chinese practice of feng shui. Using feng shui involves decorating your home with certain items and imagery placed in certain places in order to create positive changes in your home’s energy. Read on to learn more.

Use Crassula To Increase Positive Vibrations

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One feng shui practice that the Chinese have relied on for generations is the placement of the crassula plant in a couple of specific places in your home. The pretty plant makes a great addition to existing decor, featuring the thick, glossy leaves so common to the plants are known as succulents. The leaves are smooth and grow from a thick, woody stem. As new stems grow on a crassula plant, they match the color of the existing leaves. However, as the stems continue aging, they will gradually become woody and deep brown, making the plant a sturdy and hardy one. The reasons this method is said to work include the ethereal oils the plant is said to possess as well as the boost to positivity, physical ability and psychic senses.

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The main benefit of using this method is that crassula plants, once implemented, actually require little care to thrive. They don’t need special apparatus – the same pots you would use for any other houseplant do just fine at letting the hardy plant thrive. Overwatering is no good for crassula, which actually does best if you wait until the soil of the plant has dried completely before watering again. In wintertime, watering only enough to keep the soil lightly moist is enough to keep the succulent alive. Natural sunlight is the crassula plant’s best friend, and as such, placing it by windows where sunlight is accessible is ideal. The recommended feng shui placement for the plant requires that you place one plant on the right side of your home’s entrance and the other in the northern wing of your home.

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Use Moving Water or Images and Colors to Attract Abundance

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It’s no secret that to the people of ancient China, water was in and of itself a thing of abundance. It was there that rice paddies were cultivated and fish and seafood were caught. As such, water became a representation of abundance within feng shui, and many rely on moving water or the imagery of powerful water and its colors to draw abundance into their homes.

Many people achieve this through the placement of small or large fountains in the home. Home fountains that are powered safely through electricity are available both online and at many home goods stores. If an actual fountain isn’t a great fit for your household, don’t despair – imagery of moving water is said to have the same effect. Powerful water, such as raging rivers or intense waterfalls, are said to be more powerful than placid aquatic settings like a pond in a meadow. The use of blue and black, which are the elemental colors of water in feng shui, is also encouraged; this is especially true when the colors are paired with mirrors, which help to express the flowing element of water.

With tips and tricks this simple, it’s easy to see why much modern houses and apartment dwellers are incorporating elements of feng shui into their decor. The elements are easy to obtain, and help to create a sense of peace and tranquility within the home. If nothing else, using these decorative elements may just put you at ease, giving you the peace of mind needed to come up with your next great moneymaking idea.

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