5 Ways to Use Feng Shui in Your Bedroom for Better Sleep

Use Feng Shui in Your Bedroom for Better Sleep

If going to sleep is becoming a problem to you, you might need a change in your bedroom. If you’re running out of ideas, you might want to try Feng Shui—the Chinese live by this, and it seems that Feng Shui in bedroom does work for a lot of others.

Liz from Feng Shui Living shared, “The location of the bedroom can indicate if it supports health and relationships, so it’s super important to get this right. For me, personally, this is the most important aspect of a my Feng Shui consultations. Bedrooms in the east are said to be auspicious as they catch the rising sun. This entices the occupants to get up and make something of their lives.”

Many would agree, and now maybe you too, that applying the ideas of Feng Shui in bedroom can be helpful. But before you haul everything to the nearest east-facing room, here’s a tip: rearranging furniture can be a lot of help.

Using the Concepts of Feng Shui in Bedroom

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Clear your clutter, especially under the bed

Clear your clutter

“Think about whatever it is under your bed, this is the energy you absorb whilst sleeping.” Liz shared. “Mobiles and technology in general are a massive no-no in the bedroom. You need to rest; this includes your mind! In addition to this, I would be very careful of the electrometric fields put out by mobile phones and things like wireless Internet.”

Reposition your bed against a wall

Reposition your bed

“Have your bed against a solid wall if possible. You should be able to see the whole room while when you’re ready to go to sleep.”

Avoid too much Yang

Avoid too much Yang

Avoid paintings or photographs of water scenes in the bedroom as this will add yang energy, making you feel restless at night. Also keep your plants out of the bedroom, as they too have a lot of yang.

Avoid mirrors

Avoid mirrors

Mirrors are actually harmful to relationships especially if they are kept directly opposite the bed. It is best to keep mirrors inside your wardrobe or have them covered up at night.

Set the mood

Set the mood

Mirrors may be a no-no, but red candles in the southwest area of the room add romance and encourage intimacy among couples. Remember never to leave them unattended, though.

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