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The Dos and Don’ts of Feng Shui in the bedroom

Feng Shui is a Chinese philosophy that focuses on harmonising the flow of energy in your home. It's believed that chi, or life force, can be blocked by clutter and negative energies, which can cause stress and illness. The goal of Feng Shui is to create an environment where you feel good about yourself and where you can relax so that you can sleep well at night. Here are some tips for creating a bedroom that promotes good chi flow:

Do: Utilise the layout of your room.

Feng Shui is about using the space you have. The layout of your room is an important part of the Feng Shui of a room. For example, if you want to make a good Feng Shui environment in your bedroom, it's important that there is ample space at both ends and in between so that qi can flow freely throughout.

You can also use this principle for other areas of the house as well such as your kitchen and bathroom.

Do: Keep it simple for better qi flow.
  • Your bed needs to be comfortable for you, and make sure it’s not too high or low.
  • If you have a daybed in your room, keep the two sides of it separate so as not to confuse the energies between them.
  • Don't use an alarm clock; instead use your phone or another device that will wake you up only when needed. This will keep your energy level balanced throughout the day while also helping reduce stress levels during waking hours!
Don't: Block the door or window.

This is one of the most common mistakes that people make when they are designing their bedroom. If you have a large window, it's important to leave enough space for light to come in and sunshine to go out. This means not blocking the windows with furniture, clothing or other items that could block sunlight from entering your room at certain times during the day. It also means not blocking your windows with curtains or drapes during the day —these should be kept open during the day so they can let fresh air into your room.

Don't: Store clutter under the bed.
  • Storing things under the bed can disrupt the flow of chi and cause you to lose things—a problem that's only compounded when someone else uses your room as well!
  • Clutter will also block any energy flows that need to go through that area, thereby preventing positive changes from taking place in your life (and maybe even causing fires).
If you follow these guidelines, you can create a bedroom that promotes good qi flow and allows you to get a better night's sleep.

The bedroom is the place for rest, sleep, relaxing, and recuperating. Whatever age or stage you're at in life, this is an area of your home that deserves some special attention.

The best way to create an energising environment for sleep is by making sure that the bed area has proper Feng Shui elements (elements which promote good energy) such as:
  • An empty space near the entrance/exit door; this allows air circulation around it, which makes it easier to sleep without getting too hot or cold during winter months when sleeping on top of blankets tends not to work well due to lack of ventilation underneath them! If there isn't enough room nearby, then consider adding another boxspring underneath where ever possible; this will also help maintain balance within those areas so everything can remain stable throughout long periods without having issues arise later down road once again.
These tips will help you create a bedroom that not only feels comfortable, but also inspires good qi flow. If you follow our dos and don’ts, your bedroom will be a fabulous sanctuary of R&R for you and anyone you share it with! If you have questions or need help with Feng Shui in your life, I invite you to book your free 30 minute qi chat.
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