The bedroom is very important in feng shui for easy to understand reasons. Feng shui involves working with chi energy, or the bedroom is exactly the space where we replenish our energy reserves. Therefore, it is important to follow the bedroom feng shui rules, so that recharging with energy during sleep could be as efficient as possible.
The bed should be placed as far away as possible from the bedroom door.
The greater the distance between the bed and the door, the safer we will feel and have a permanent feeling of comfort and self-confidence. Thus, it is good to place the bed in the opposite corner to the one where the door is. If the bedroom door is in the middle, we recommend placing the bed in one of the corners formed by the wall of the room that is opposite to the door.
Water is not suitable in the bedroom.
Decorative fountains, aquariums or various other objects that involve the use of water including pictures or paintings of boats on the ocean, rivers, should not be placed in the bedroom.
Do not place mirrors in your bedroom!
It is not advisable to have mirrors in the bedroom. Or, if they exist, they should never be bed-oriented! From an energetic point of view, the long-term effects of a mirror facing the bedare destructive for the couple’s life! A mirror constantly oriented towards the place where you sleep will create many problems. So, if you have a bedroom arranged this way, it would be a great idea to move the mirror elsewhere!
No technology in the bedroom.
Remove all TVs, electronics, appliances, and phones so that they do not produce any energy around you while you sleep. These devices work on a yang energy and can activate some unwanted negative energies. Rest will surely suffer, and the next day you will not be in shape!
Plants produce a beneficial energy for sleep.
A flower pot is welcome in the bedroom, especially if it is placed in a corner of your room. Avoid cut flowers as well as wilted ones. You can also opt for a Feng Shui bamboo in the bedroom, a sacred plant in Chinese culture.
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