Show Me The Money! Feng Shui Money for Your Home or Office

Feng Shui Money Tree

Definition: The feng shui money tree is one of the most popular plants used as a feng shui cure in the classical feng shui money applications. The money tree is used as a feng shui cure to attract the energy of wealth and prosperity. Its best location is in the Money feng shui area of the Bagua of a home or office.

Make intelligent choices when you apply feng shui symbols in your home or office.

A plant is just a plant with characteristics that you can see and feel, such as its radiant beauty, its overall health, the shape of its leaves, the height, etc. You do know money does not grow on trees so do not put all your hopes in a feng shui money tree!

You can place a feng shui money tree in the Wealth and Money bagua area of your home. Be sure to take good care of it; your plant will only attract good energy if it is well-taken care of, healthy and vibrant.

Question: Which Feng Shui Money Tree is Best To Use as A Feng Shui Money Cure?

Which feng shui money tree is the right one? Which one should I use as money cure, the one with big leaves or the one with thick leaves?

Answer: Yes, there is a common confusion in feng shui as to which plant exactly is considered the feng shui money plant.

The truth is, you can use any healthy, vibrant lush plant as a money plant, because the meaning of the symbol is in its energy.

The energy of the feng shui money tree is in its vibrant and well-rooted energy; a growing energy that you would like to see reflected in your own money.

To answer your question more specifically, here is a brief description of the commonly used feng shui money trees along with photos of each plant:

Botanical name: Crassula Ovata. Also known as jade tree, it is a succulent plant easy to look after. Truly does have an abundant feel to it.

Botanical name: Pachira Aquatica. A type of bonsai tree that can grow quite high. Its characteristics are several braided trunks and multi-foliage leaves.

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