Did you know that Feng means wind and Shui means water? According to the Chinese culture, the wind and the water are associated with good health, and that’s why good feng shui meant good fortune, while bad feng shui meant bad luck.
Even though feng shui became very popular in the last decade, it is an ancient art-science developed 3.000 years ago in China. It is based on the Taoist vision and especially on the idea that the land is filled with an energy called Chi.
If you want to bring good fortune to your home, garden, or office, there are many ways to do it. You can start from the colors in your room to how the mirror should be placed on the wall.
Many tips can be followed without any big help. So if you’re interested in how to bring feng shui in your bedroom, ahead, you can read ten tips on how to do it.
1. Make Sure Your Bed Is In The Right Position
Where your bed is placed in the bedroom plays an important role in attracting the good fortune. You shouldn’t put your bed in line with the door or too close to it. You can put it in front of a window as long as there is a support behind the bed, like a headboard for example. You should also make sure to put two bedside tables.
2. Paint Your Bedroom In Relaxing Colors
Avoid painting your walls with strong colors. Instead of that, paint them with natural, balanced colors like beige, cream, peach, or cocoa. The feng shui experts often recommend having your bedroom painted in 50% warm skin tones, while the rest in cool blue, green, or lavender.
3. Be Careful With Mirrors
According to feng shui, you should avoid having a mirror in your room if you have a sleeping problem. If you already have a mirror, at least try not to place in a way you can see yourself while laying in bed, or cover it. Also, do not put it in front of the bed because, according to feng shui consultants, in that way, you can attract a third party to your relationship!
4. Have a Clutter-Free Bedroom
The picture above shows how your bedroom shouldn’t look like. Having a cluttered bedroom can disturb your sleep, block the flow of chi and even prevent things in your life from going forward. So make sure it’s clean, especially the area under your bed. Which leads us to…
4. Organize Your Things
Clean your room and make sure everything is in the place it belongs. Organize your desk and your wardrobe. Get rid of the old stuff. You don’t need to make room for the new ones who will serve you. Make sure you have the same hangers and organize your clothes according to their color.
6. The Importance Of The Light
Light is one of the strongest manifestations of energy, so having the appropriate light is very important. Make sure you don’t have very strong lights in your room. You can also use candles because they can create a warm atmosphere. Before buying them, make sure they are toxin-free.
7. Art Is Important Too
Don’t decorate your bedroom with anything that sends a sad, lonely message. Instead of that, hang pictures or put decorations which will show an image of what you want to happen in your life, and who also will be connected to emotions of love and happiness, for example. You see, images can carry powerful energy.
8. Keep Your Doors Closed
Every door should be closed at night, and even your closet or en suite bathroom door. That way, you will allow the nourishing flow of the energy to strengthen your health, as well as your relationship. Also, make sure your doors and windows are connected in a way they’re not blocking the flow of the chi.
9. Keep The Air Fresh
According to feng shui, having a dirty windows or windows that are not in good condition can affect our ability to see and communicate with the world. So, clean them often and repair them if there’s such need. Also, if you want to, use good quality air purifier, and when it comes to plants, have them far from the bed.
10. Keep It Simple
Keep your bedroom very simple and don’t fill it with things you don’t need. Keep away from the technology. Have the TV, the laptop, or the exercise equipment somewhere else. They only bring you bad energy – the energy of stress, bad mood, and worries.