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Princess flower
Princess flower
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What Are The Key Characteristics of Princess Flower in Feng Shui?
Chi (Qi)
Kan
Element
Water
Direction
North
Pot Color
Blue, Purple
Pot Shape
Round, Oval
How Does Princess Flower Influence Energies in Your Life?
Emotion, Intuition
Guided by the Water element, princess flower symbolizes flow of emotions and intuition. In Feng Shui, water represents feelings, empathy and psychic abilities, offering systematic understanding of inner self.
Transformation, Adaption
Aligned with the Kan or 'Water' Qi, princess flower signifies transformation and adaptability. It depicts life's ability to change, conform and evolve, instilling resilience and flexibility in its surroundings.
What Makes Princess Flower An Auspicious Choice In Feng Shui?
Harmony
The princess flower promotes harmonic balance, resonating with the water element. It stimulates the nurturing attributes and peaceful coexistence.
Healing
The princess flower enhances emotional healing by intricately linking its water energy with the powerful Kan Qi to uplift your emotional state.
Prosperity
Engaging the water element, princess flower is a source of wealth abundance according to Fengshui principles, attracting stability and financial growth to your space.
What Maintenance Tips Should Be Considered for Princess Flower?
Imbalance
Too much water energy from princess flower may induce a state of lethargy or emotional turmoil if not balanced with other elements.
Stagnation
Princess flower's dominance of water element and Kan Qi could slow down the flow of other energy forms, causing stagnation if not monitored.
Misplacement
Incorrect placement of princess flower in your home can disrupt the flow of positive Qi, leading to potentially negative effects on mental well-being.
Where to Position Princess Flower for Feng Shui?
The princess flower is generally seen as harmonious in Feng Shui practice. It offers a burst of energy, yet holds a serene feel, making it compatible with a North facing direction. The reason lies in the North being linked to water element in Feng Shui, and princess flower helps balance through its wood element.
Which Plants Can Inhibit The Positive Energy of Princess Flower?
Prickly pear
Its thorny appearance may disrupt the gentle energy flow created by princess flower.
Dragon tree
Although attractive, its pointed leaves can create ‘Sha Qi' (killing energy) against princess flower's soft energy.
Century plant
The sharp leaf edges attract negative energy, disrupting princess flower's calm, positive energy and balance.
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