Feng Shui Bedroom Tips
Feng shui bedroom tips are an important part of your wealth creation strategy because you spend up to one-third of your life in your bedroom.
This is the room where your body rests, rejuvenates and restores itself, while your brain processes your daily experiences and initiates all kinds of little understood subconscious processes through the medium of dreams.
You need to make sure that the external energy in the room flows freely as you reorganize your internal energy during sleep.
As well as using the feng shui bedroom tips, you can also utilize the feng shui bagua to energize the various aspects of the room in relation
to your goals.
Here are 12 ways to utilize feng shui in your bedroom:
Your Next Steps:
- Feng Shui Bedroom Tip 1
The top of your bed (or headboard) should be placed 7-9 inches away from the wall. The main purpose is to allow the free flow of air and energy. If the side of your bed is also against a wall, you should allow a similar space of 7-9 inches between the bed and the wall. (These measurements are taken with a Chinese measuring tape which is divided into yin and yang segments.)
- Feng Shui Bedroom Tip 2
The foot of the bed should never face the doorway, the theory being that the influx of energy from the rest of the house through the doorway makes for a less than relaxing sleep.
- Feng Shui Bedroom Tip 3
Don't have a mirror or mirrored dressing table facing the bed, if you can see yourself in the mirror from a resting position. There isn't a problem if the mirror is too high for this to occur. You can either change the position of the mirror or dressing table, or cover it with a cloth each night before going to bed.
- Feng Shui Bedroom Tip 4
If any piece of furniture is diagonal to a corner, fill the corner space with a living plant to prevent 'dead' energy from accumulating.
- Feng Shui Bedroom Tip 5
Use plants to soften any sharp corners of your furniture that point directly towards your sleeping position.
- Feng Shui Bedroom Tip 6
Most doorways in western countries are too high and therefore negate the influx of positive energy. The simplest way to correct this is:
- Measure the height of the doorway.
- Subtract the ideal height of 10 feet from this figure (usually around 2 inches). This will identify the excess space you need to eliminate.
- Buy a (2 inch) piece of 2x4 wood, cut it to fit your doorway, paint it to match, and glue it to the top of the inner doorframe. The alteration will blend in seamlessly with your original door frame.
- Feng Shui Bedroom Tip 7
Differentiate between clutter and storage. Spend a morning sorting out items to be discarded (preferably donated to a charity) and items you need to store. Keep your storage spaces neat and organized.
- Feng Shui Bedroom Tip 8
Keep the area under your bed as clear as possible. You might need to reorganize your closet to accommodate items usually stored under the bed.
- Feng Shui Bedroom Tip 9
Do an annual or bi-annual cleanout of your closets. Seriously question the wisdom of keeping any item of clothing you haven't worn for at least 12 months. Give away all those clothes that are no longer 'you', making room for a new and more exciting wardrobe.
- Feng Shui Bedroom Tip 10
Avoid having a desk or workspace in your bedroom. This room should be a purely personal space, not one that combines work and rest. If you do have a desk in one corner, separate it from the rest of the room with screens.
- Feng Shui Bedroom Tip 11
Use the bagua to identify the various feng shui areas in your bedroom and place pictures or ornaments accordingly. A framed photograph featuring water in your wealth area and one of family members in your relationships area can blend into your decor seamlessly.
- Feng Shui Bedroom Tip 12
Stand at the door looking into your bedroom and note your first impressions.
If not, experiment until it feels right for you.
- Does this feel like a restful place to sleep?
- Does it convey comfort, safety, spaciousness or whatever other sensations you require to relax?
- Use the feng shui bagua to modify your office or workplace.
- For tips on using the feng shui bagua to modify the rest of your house, visit feng shui tips.
- For more information on feng shui, including cures and other resources, visit the excellent Dragon Gate web site.
- UK residents can visit the All About Feng Shui web site.
- For books on feng shui, click on the Amazon links below:
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Disclaimer: This site is purely educational and we make no claims or guarantees with regard to the information presented. Please consult a certified NLP practitioner for individual coaching in the use of NLP techniques. We strongly advise consulting a financial industry professional before embarking on a wealth creation journey.
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