Having plants at home can bring us a number of benefits. According to Cris Bevilaqua, interior designer specializing in Feng Shui projects, when combined with crystals, the chosen species bring us closer to nature, enhance good vibes and make environments more welcoming.
Did you know that according to Feng Shui traditions, some plants have the power to protect us against envy and the evil eye? With that in mind, Cris Bevilaqua made a selection with plants and crystals capable of keeping these two negative feelings away from her home:
1. Peace lily
According to Cris Bevilaqua, this purifying plant constantly vibrates against envy and the evil eye and, when combined with Rock Quartz crystal, it is capable of treating our seven chakras (base, umbilical, solar plexus, cardiac, laryngeal, frontal and coronary). According to the interior designer, the duo can be used in the living room, balcony or other bright places in the house.
two. Nobody can with me
‘Aningapara’ is a plant that adapts well to indoor spaces, so it is widely used in apartments. “Place a vase on each side of the front door of the house, this way it will act as a guardian against negative energies and malicious people. To further activate its power, include two Black Tourmalines close to the species”, explains Cris Bevilaqua .
According to traditions linked to Feng Shui, this is one of the most recommended plant options against the evil eye and envy. Cris points out that placing a pair of ‘Tiger’s Eye’ stones next to her pepper pot can help in interpersonal relationships, warding off envy. It can be used on the balcony or in other bright spaces in the house.
Align the house to your conscience
Finally, the specialist reminds us that our conscience must always be aligned with our home, as everything begins and ends within our home. “It is important to remember that there are no miracles, we always have to prepare the house to receive our dreams and ‘believing to see’, and not the other way around”, concludes the designer Cris Bevilaqua.
by Isabella Mendonça