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11 Spiritual Thing You May Have Around Your Garden

Angel in Garden

We previously shared spiritual things you may have around your home. There may be some overlap, but there are some new things here too.

Gargoyle. Gargoyles are used to ward off evil.

Wind Chimes. Used to ward off evil like church bells.

Fountain. In Feng Shui, the flowing water of the fountain causes positive energy flow as well. If you are trying to cover each element, a fountain is a great way to incorporate the water element.

Fire Pit or Tiki Torches. May be included for the element of fire.

Plants. Protection and beauty. One thing I always say about beauty is that noone has to tell you what is beautiful. You just know as if it was imprinted by God. Plants also thrive when they are in the belt of Spiritual protection around your home.

Lighthouse. Symbolizes the search for truth and in a more traditional Christian sense, shining light of God/Jesus.


  • Cats are the protectors of the soul.
    • Has your cat ever stared at something when nothing is there?
    • You ever notice how your cat is more active at night?
    • Bonus:  Cat collars with bells help ward off evil from the cat and wherever the cat goes.
  • Dogs are protectors of the body.
    • Have you ever heard of stories where a dog stayed with a dead body until emergency personnel arrived?

Angel & Saint Figurines. How many spiritual figurines do you have in your home? I’m betting that Angels are the most common. I also have a Buddha. Having these figures around is not to worship them, it is to attract their energies.

Gnomes. Dwarfish creature supposed to guard the earth’s treasures underground. Said if they are caught in the sunlight, they will turn to stone. A leprechaun is also similar.

Fairies. A fairy may be considered another kind of gnome or another creature entirely. Either way, they are known to protect and nurture nature.

Reflective Surfaces. Mirrors push energy back where it came from, good or bad. Another option is a gazing ball. A round gazing balls has good feng shui energy as bad energy comes from points. The reflective surface scatters negative energy.

Have I forgotten anything Spiritual that you have in your garden? Would you like to add your reasons for having anything I mentioned? Let me know in the comments.


Ryan grew up in a Baptist church. Throughout his high school years, he was heavily involved in youth group and leadership group at a Christian Missionary Alliance church. Ryan was pictured in his Junior yearbook with a Bible and a message about studying to be a preacher. Now, Ryan is Pastor/President, Minister, Certified Healer, and Certified Medium through New Sunflower Church. Ryan specializes in clairvoyance and tarot cards.

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