6 Unlucky Objects You Should Not Keep In House
By: Pinki Mon, 09 Mar 2020 7:49 PM
These are the things in your home that might be bringing you bad luck. So, beware before keeping these objects at home.
A Broken Clock
Not only is it bad Feng Shui to keep broken things in your home, but if that item is a clock and it chimes, it might bring a death to your family.
Even though you might think this dark hue is chic, according to the Chinese Feng Shui tradition, a black door invites bad luck into your home but not if your door faces north.
It’s not just broken mirrors that bring bad luck. Legend says this reflective glass can steal your soul, which is why Victorians traditionally covered mirrors when someone died, in case the deceased’s spirit gets trapped inside.
Or even a calendar that is presenting itself on the wrong month or day of the month. Since this item is supposed to be a reminder of passing time, if you use it in the wrong way it’s believed to adversely affect your life.
At the first sign of a chip, you should toss your teacup, plate, or bowl. Why? Well, according to Feng Shui practices, dishes symbolize wealth and family. When you eat on cracked plates, you’ll subconsciously welcome troubles and failures into your life.
We’re looking at you, cacti. Plants with thorns (with the exception of roses, whew) will bring negative energy and bad luck into your home, according to Feng Shui practice.