Bonsai is a Japanese art form which grows artistic miniature trees in a container. The techniques used and the aesthetics involved in creating a Bonsai tree have become increasingly sophisticated over the years.
Let’s have a look at Bonsai from a Feng Shui perspective. Bonsai plants are not looked upon too favourably by Feng Shui, which is a bit paradoxical, as Bonsai first originated in China. A Bonsai is created through a seed or cutting, and is cultivated to stay small. The plant’s growth is artificially restricted by placing it in a small container/pot, by pruning and root reduction, which limits it’s growth.
Thus, when we place a Bonsai plant in our home, we bring the energy of restriction and limited growth into our life. At a symbolic level, having the bonsai creates stunted growth for the residents of the house. If you want to get rich and keep improving your wealth luck, then make sure you do not display artificially stunted plants in your house. You can use other fast growing plants around your house, as it will ensure that there is ample growth energy in your immediate space.
Shelly Singh 💕
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