|Photograph by Paul Gellatly|
|Photograph by Paul Gellatly (Ficus)|
|Photo by Paul Gellatly|
|Photograph by Paul Gellatly (Jade Plant)|
If you have an area where plants aren't an option, fresh cut flowers are a good choice, as long as they are thrown away quickly, when they begin to wilt. Also keep in mind dried flowers are never used in Feng Shui, because the life force that flower once had is gone. Always replace a dying plant with a larger healthier plant, ensuring you overcome the reduction in chi energies.
|Photo by Paul Gellatly (Bamboo)|
|Photograph by Paul Gellatly (Begonia)|
We are constantly exposed to negative energy on a daily basis... The art of Feng Shui has been passed down over hundreds of years, generation to generation. There is something to be said about tradition... Can it make a difference in your life and your home? Why not consider the possibility?
|Photograph by Paul Gellatly (Tiger Fern)|