The kitchen is an important part of our home and our life. It nourishes and sustains our life. According to feng shui, it is the most important part of our home. The kitchen symbolizes wealth.
Kitchen near the main door or back door is not the ideal as energy can escape easily.
Since the food we eat gives us energy, your food needs to be prepared in a harmonious and well organized with a balanced flow of chi or energy. Since we constantly exchange energy with our surroundings, a good feng shui kitchen leads to a good spirited chef, which in turn leads to a good energy meals for a happier family. Good nutrition is good fengshui, so add healthy, organix food to your diet, especially fresh fruits and vegies.
Plants are said to enhance and improve one’s feng shui both at home and in your business. They are frequently used for feng shui remedies. Plants are said to add vitality (living chi), a healthy plant improves on’e health almost instantly. Our interior spaces often feature predominantly straight lines and patterns, and may have little or no natural light or exterior view. In addition to live plants, you can evoke the energy of nature by adding leafy patterns and branching lines to your interior space through your choice of fabrics and artwork.
Plants are said to represent the wood element .. so it is appropriate for the office’s wealth. Adding some jade plants also makes an excellent good luck add ons. But make sure your plants are alive.. and not dead like some I know.
The citrine is widely known as the merchant’s stone. Placing a cluster of crystal citrines near your cash register activates great wealth luck for the merchant. Similarly, displayed in the home, this citrine gemtree brings wealth luck to the household. The nine gold coins tied to its branches is further symbolic of never having to be short of money. A great and unique Mother’s Day Gift.