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CACTUS and FENGSHUI

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Need some help. I have a few pots of cactus given by family members, but not sure where to place them in the house. Some people advise me not to place them at entrance, living room, kitchen and even bathroom. That means all these cactus have no place in a house at all. Master, have time please help to advise. Thank you

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Those are considered ultra-conservative views.

Under the Holy Trinity of Chinese luck;

Heaven or born with accounts for 33.33%

Earth or Feng Shui is also 33.33%

Human or man luck = 33.33%

All these three factors account for 100% Total luck.

Here, I like to share that if one finds it soothing to have plants even if cactuses, do go ahead; irregardless of how others think.

As in the earlier information, Human or man luck accounts for 33.33% of total luck.

The only reason why some consider it inauspicious is the spikes on a cactus. But as mentioned, human factors outweigh it.


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In the past and even present; based on common sense, some plant thorny trees like cactus or bougainvillea trees at corner of their houses as a deterrent to potential thieves.

 


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