The universal language of Feng Shui flowers crosses any cultural boundaries, interpretations, or meanings. The feng shui flowers act as a symbol and on the same universal feeling that flowers evoke in all humans—a feeling of beauty, grace, and delicate, alive sensuality.
Live flowers are always the premier choice for your home as they bring strong healing energy, but in feng shui, images of flowers or high-quality silk flowers are preferable.
In addition to the energy of beauty and grace, flowers also bring good luck, numerous blessings, and quality of chi to any home. In feng shui, colors and numbers and the symbolism of specific flowers pay more attention.
The Feng Shui Flowers
The descriptions of the most popular flower symbols as used in feng shui applications are as follows.
- Peony: One of the most sensual flowers with a delicious scent, the peony in feng shui acts as a cure for love and romance. This especially applies to a couple of pink peonies. A metaphor for female beauty always considers a peony. In fact, some feng shui masters do not recommend having the image of a flowering peony in an older couple’s bedroom. This is to prevent affairs with younger women.
- Lotus: The lotus flower symbolizes the ultimate perfection. In Chinese medicine, every part of the lotus plant has medicinal properties, from roots to petals. Making this symbol an even more potent feng shui cure for a healthy and harmonious home.
- Cherry Blossoms: The blossoming flowers of cherry, as well as apple, dogwood, peach, or other similar trees, have always been used to bring the energy of new beginnings—a sense of freshness and innocence. Most often, a love and marriage cure often use cherry blossoms. But, a feng shui cure for health can use it.
- Orchid: This beautiful flower is long considered a classical feng shui symbol of fertility. The orchid brings the energy of an untainted natural symmetry. It has also become a symbol of a quest for perfection in many areas of life. Abundance, perfection, spiritual growth, beauty, and purity. With such powerful universal symbolism attached to it, no wonder orchids have become a trendy house plant in the West!
- Narcissus: In Chinese culture, the structured energy of the narcissus flower is believed to bestow the flowering of one’s career, talents, and abilities. It is often uses as a feng shui career cure. It helps one receive proper rewards for their hard work. Feng shui career applications often practice white color narcissus than the yellow one.
- Chrysanthemum: The feng shui symbol of a chrysanthemum flower is one of a life of ease and balance. At the same time, this flower has strong yang energy. So, you and your home will attract good luck.
Summary of Flowers
Be it fresh flowers from your garden or the market, a flower painting, or a photo. You will surely create good chi once you start using flowers in the feng shui of your home.