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Indoor Plants Money Plant

Vastu Shastra is the ancient science that deals in the residential buildings and so can be applied on the flowers and plants in the house as well. Plants bring in the positive energy in our day to day life. It is important to place the indoor plants in the right direction in the house to bring in prosperity, happiness, health and good luck. Keeping indoor plants at the right place according to the Vastu Shastra will guard the house and its members against negative energies.

Tips for Indoor Plant Positions


  1. Tulsi or basil plant is considered as a very powerful and auspicious plant. It can be grown either in the front or the back of the house. It should be ideally located at the North, East or Northeast side of the house.
  2. Vastu Shastra suggests having cascading, crawling, tree-like plants in the living room. They are usually used to minimise the imbalance of protruding or sharp columns, corners or pillars. Thorny plants are best avoided in any room of the house.
  3. Tall and fully grown plants are ideal to be kept in the bedroom of the house to rectify or neutralise the sharpness of corners.
  4. The money plant can be placed inside the house to bring in good luck and prosperity.
  5. Avoid keeping the plants at the Northeast corner of the house. Keeping plants along the North and East walls is also not recommended by the Vastu Shastra experts.
  6. Bonsai and plants bearing red flowers are also not suitable to be kept inside the house.

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2002-01-14 14:22:46 by flod

Conventional wisdom: The most common tale is that 420 is the police radio code or criminal code (and therefore the police 'call') in certain part(s) of California (e.g. in Los Angeles or San Francisco) for having spotted someone consuming cannabis publicly, i.e. 'pot smoking in progress'; that local cannabis users picked up on the code and began celebrating the number temporally (esp. 4:20 a.m., 4:20 p.m., and April 20); that the number became nationally popularized in the late 1980s and, more ferverently, in the early- to mid-1990s; and is colloquially applied to a variety of relaxed and/or inspired contexts, including not only pot consumption but also a 'good time' more generally (in contrast to the drug war surrounding)


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