Easy Feng Shui Bedroom Tips
The bedroom is an essential part of the house. In a day we spend a minimum of 8 out from 24 hours from the bedroom. It de-stresses us at the end of the time and gives us enough energy to get up and get going at the beginning of the very next day. Feng shui places great importance on encouraging good chi within the bedroom so that your could get optimum benefits from its good vibrations. In a reverse scenario, we might suffer the ill effects of bad Feng shui.
One glaring example is the experience of an accident-prone person and the wrongful placement of his bed. Ideally one should get no less than 8 hours sleep. Consequently you would be spending 1/3rd during the day on your bed itself. Which is by all means quite a long time in one place and your bed ought to be given its due importance. Bad positioning of the bed and its surrounding can make for the bad, restless sleep as well as its ensuing medical problems.
You need to be aware of a few points while designing your bedroom for best fengshui master results. The most important would be to place the head of bed in such a way that it has a solid wall behind it. This ensures that the head is as close as possible towards the solid wall and protects it. Once your head is 'unprotected' through the wall it gets open to negative or inauspicious energies that may be floating around.
In Feng shui, the height of your bed is equally important. A very high bed could give you the sensation of being suspended in mid-air. Feng shui lays great stress on so-called earth energy. You have to stay grounded to offset certain negative energies. When you are asleep in a Yin state you leave your power system wide open and may be easily affected by these negative vibrations. Sleeping in this 'suspended' manner leaves you open on all sides and leave you much more vulnerable.
According to Feng shui you should try as much as possible not to have a ceiling fan directly above your bed. A ceiling fan radiates intrinsic energy imprints, which keep our middle-section empty. This might be especially dangerous to women that are pregnant. Even to somebody who is not pregnant this could upset the balance of your solar plexus. This is exactly what causes the feeling for being ungrounded or even the feeling of free falling when one is dealing with a particularly bad phase.
Mirrors should so far as possible be prevented in the bedroom. Make sure it is not in direct line with your bed if you need to have one. Mirrors are said to cause nightmares by reflecting your negative energy while you sleep. The same goes for all other reflecting surfaces such as computer screens or framed paintings and pictures.
The bedroom should have a predominance of pastel or relaxing colors that relax and soothe you, not loud bright colors that energize you and keep you wide awake.
Try these few simple Feng Shui Bedroom tips out for yourself. You should start to see improvement almost immediately. And remember, these are only the beginning of what Feng Shui can do for you.