Where to place mint according to Feng Shui to attract abundance

Where to place mint according to Feng Shui to attract abundance

Have you ever heard that there is energy in homes? These can be positive or negative and influence people directly and indirectly. One of the ancient cultures that follows this premise is Feng Shui, which seeks to ensure that energies are always positive through decoration and the choice of objects such as plants. One of the common ones in homes is mint, but, where to place mint according to Feng Shui to attract abundance.

If you have a plant of this type, or are going to buy it soon, what we are going to tell you might interest you. Keep in mind that it's just about choosing where to put it, and who knows, believe it or not, if you do, you may find yourself with a home that appeals. Shall we tell you how?

Mint and Feng Shui

mint leaves

Feng Shui is a technique from many years ago. Some designers use it when working for their clients, as they try to ensure that all the elements make the energies flow and attract.

Just as there are furniture and objects that are essential for Feng Shui, in the case of plants, Mint is one of the most recommended due to the benefits it provides. And not only to season dishes.

Focusing on the culture of Feng Shui, one of the benefits associated with mint is purification and cleansing. We could describe it as a plant capable of neutralizing and transforming negative energies into positive ones.

Another benefit is its prosperity and abundance. Because It is a plant that grows very quickly and that you can easily propagate, It is related to the symbol of growth. And this, in turn, has the property of attracting prosperity and abundance (understood as work, money, good luck, tranquility...).

It's not all there. And, based on Feng Shui, the same aroma of mint is also associated with mental clarity. It is said that smelling mint helps you concentrate more and make more accurate decisions.

Where to place mint according to Feng Shui to attract abundance

It is clear that mint is one of the plants with the most benefits. In the case of Feng Shui, it is important to place it in a specific area because it maximizes its power and makes the energies flow correctly.

The best place is the kitchen because the plant represents harmony and order. It doesn't matter the type or types of mint that you have at home, all those plants can be in that space because it helps create a clean (because it repels negative energies) and clear environment.

Also, keep in mind that In homes, one of the rooms in which the family spends the most time is the kitchen. Haven't you noticed that the whole family ends up in the kitchen together? Well, mint acts, according to Feng Shui, as a communicator. This means that communication between the family improves, which has a positive impact on emotional relationships. If there are frictions, arguments, or ties that seem broken, the energy that mint gives off will be responsible for healing them.

But mint doesn't just focus on positively transforming a home internally. The reason why it is placed in the kitchen is also because in that area it attracts fortune and prosperity. In fact, if you have several mints, it is recommended to place one "mandatory" in the kitchen but others can be in the main room (living room) or dining room.

Of course, you must be clear that it is not enough to place the plant and forget about it. In fact, if you have read anything about Feng Shui, you will know that it is negative to have dead, dying or artificial plants, because all they do is stagnate energy. So you should review the mint care to keep it in good condition.

Where else can mint be placed

cup with mint

Although the central place for mint should be the kitchen, that does not mean that it cannot be placed in more places. We have told you before that the main living room and dining room can also enjoy this living plant being. But not only there.

Respecting Feng Shui, mint can also be placed in the following places:

Offices or study areas

If at home you have a room intended for studying, or your own office, you can place a mint near or on the same table where you work. Here it is not so much the fact of having it as it is of smelling it. And it is related to what we have told you before about its fragrance.

If while you work you are surrounded by that aroma you will concentrate more and perform much better.

Southeast corner of the house

In this case you will need a compass because you will have to find which is the southeast of your house. And why that specific area? According to Feng Shui, This place is the one that is related to wealth. And since mint is a plant that attracts fortune, prosperity and abundance, a perfect place is here.

Energy stagnation zones

Based on Feng Shui, the Areas of energy stagnation are mainly corners, wells, underground waters, bends, areas where there are negative objects according to the culture...

To counteract these energies and transform them, it is best to place a pot of mint.

The 'forbidden' place for mint

mint plant

Finally, and before you go to place mint everywhere in your house, you should know that, although mint, in the right place, enhances positive energy, there is one place where it does not do that. In fact, it unbalances her.

This place is the bedroom. That's right, when you put a pot of mint in that room, The energy that flows from it collides with that produced in that room. And it causes you to have problems relaxing or resting.

Therefore, if that "study place" is in the bedroom, it is better not to place the mint there, because it can affect other aspects of daily life.

Do you use Feng Shui to place your plants in a certain place? Did you know this information about mint? We read you in comments.


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