Day #82 (Plants in Places)
Dead or dying plants.
Sometimes we just don’t remember to water them, sometimes we neglect them, other times we are just too busy, they may naturally die off or they any have disease or struggle under a geopathically stress area, whatever the reason why your plants have died or are dying its highly recommended that they are removed.
Keeping a dead plant especially in an area that you regularly see and view it is going to negatively impact on your space.
It’s true we all go through transitional periods in our lives and so too do plants, but to keep a dead plant will only make your transition through any challenges a little bit harder.
Having dead or dying plants in the front of your property or at your main entrance of your home or business, is one of the worse places to have dead plants as you will be bringing that energy into your space. You drag that energy in with you creating Sha Qi.
This energy can then manifest with you feeling tired, exhausted, drain and unmotivated.
It’s really important that your plants are well maintained; fertilised and pruned, making sure all dead leaves are removed.
Because plants impact your space so strongly, the healthier they are, the more positive the energy you are creating.
And not only that, you honour the plant (yesterday’s post) which helps your connection.
If you have plants that are struggling to survive even though you feel you are doing everything to maintain them, make sure all they practical things are looked at e.g. they are in the correct soil, shade or light for the specific plant.
If this is has been looked and corrected and the plants is still struggling, the issue maybe geopathic stress (will be discussed further next week) or the plant may just not like that position.
If you are handy with a pendulum, dowsing rods or you have strong senses, you can use these tools to ask the plant where it wants to be planted or placed.
It’s a great little experiment and can be really specific…and helps you to tune into your plants.
Is it time to get your pruning shears out and your green thumb gloves on?
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