Vastu Plants That Will Defend Your Home Against Evil Eyes
There are some Vastu plants that are known for their ability to eliminate negative energies and bringing positive energy to the home. Here, I’ll talk about twelve Vastu plant species (indoor plants) that are renowned to remove negative energies from a your home.
Are you planning to move to your new residence? If yes, then be sure you move into your new residence on a day that is considered to be auspicious. There are certain days that are considered auspicious, known as Griha Pravesh Muhurat, for you to move to a new house. Do not forget to perform Griha Pravesh and Vastu Puja to remove negative energy from your home. Here is a link to Shubh Muhurat to prepare for Griha Pravesh (Auspicious Days for moving into a new house).
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Get rid of negative energy using these 12 plants for good luck
Tulsi Plant or Holy Basil (Ocimum Tenuiflorum)
According to Hindu tradition, tulsi known as holy basil, is considered to be a sacred plant. It is revered as a flower in Hinduism. Hindus consider this sacred plant as a symbol of goddess Lakshmi who is the main lady to Lord Vishnu. The usage of tulsi leaves is required for worshiping the Lord Vishnu along with his human avatars such as Shri Ram and Shri Krishna.
Because of this, the tulsi tree is believed to be an extremely auspicious one to Hindu families. Additionally, it has many beneficial properties for health and medicinal benefits. Also, it is a well-known Vastu plant that is famous for its ability to eliminate negative energies from the home.
Vastu for homes says that a tulsi tree inside a house will give it an intense spiritual aura. Thus, it guards your home from the eyes of evil and adds positive energy into the home.
Where can you put the tulsi plant at your home
As per Vastu Shastra, homeowners must place the tulsi plant in the northeast or east direction.
There are a few types of indoor plants are suited to be put on the north-east corner of your home. However, tulsi is the sole indoor plant can be placed in the northeast corner of your home.
- Lucky Bamboo Plant (Dracaena sanderiana)
The bamboo that is lucky is among the most sought-after species that is famous for its ability to bring luck and prosperity as well as positive energy in your home. It is the reason it is the most sought-after houseplant in India. It’s not just a Vastu Plant, but it’s also a Feng Shui Plant.
Feng Shui is also a proponent of the same benefits as having a lucky bamboo tree in your home. The presence of a lucky bamboo tree within your home and that is in the right direction will provide you with an experience that is more pleasant.
In accordance with Vastu as well as Feng Shui, bamboos bring luck to your home and shields residents from negative energy and evil eyes. You can put a lucky bamboo wherever you want in your house, putting it in different areas has distinct advantages.
The best place to put the bamboo plant inside your home
If you decide to plant a lucky bamboo plant to be placed in the east corner of your home, it will aid in maintaining physical and mental well-being. If you put it to the south, it will aid in achieving economic stability and will bring wealth for the entire family.
Money Plant (Epipremnum Aureum)
Money plant (Epipremnum aureum) is a common plant in Indian families. There are many names for it, like silver vine, devil’s vine, taro vine, Ivy devils, devils ivy, the arum Solomon Islands ivy, hunter’s costume, golden pothos, as well as Ceylon creeper.