(Part-2) Plants that are known to attract negative energy.

Welwitschia mirabilis: This Namib Desert plant's striking appearance may be unnerving, and some cultures associate it with negative energy.

Although Aloe Vera is generally considered a good and healing plant, some cultures equate it with negative energy.

Jade Plant (Crassula ovata): The Jade Plant is associated with luck and prosperity, yet other traditions advise against planting it in specific rooms.

While lavender is frequently associated with relaxing, various traditions may see it differently due to historical uses or beliefs.

Thorny Plants (e.g., Roses with Thorns): Roses with sharp prickles can symbolize protection but also negative energy.

Wilted or Dying Plants: Many cultures believe that wilted plants have negative energy and should be removed to maintain positive energy.

White Sage (Salvia apiana): White sage is utilized in many purification ceremonies, but overharvesting and cultural appropriation have led some to identify it with bad energy.

These beliefs must be approached with cultural sensitivity and an awareness that interpretations differ. You may benefit from consulting with a spiritual counselor or someone skilled in your cultural or spiritual traditions about energy in your home.

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