How is the Feng Shui of your Bedroom?
A room of rest, strong Yin chi is best in the bedroom. Yin chi allows our mind and body to rest, so the less we are distracted by shapes, bright colours and strong light, the better. So, keep lines simple, avoid clutter and avoid Yang objects such as mirrors, television sets, exercise equipment and photographs of your favourite football team in action! The latter is particularly important if you sleep poorly or suffer from fatigue.
Here are a few tips to help create a peaceful environment to help you get the most from your nights sleep.
Bedrooms are best located away from the entrance and heavy traffic areas to best serve your need for restful sleep.
Placement of the bed
Under the bed
All objects have a quality of chi. Check out the quality of chi under your bed. Clutter can indicate an overly active mind. Boxes of old "stuff" can indicate that you are hanging onto "old stuff" that may not serve you. Think about what the objects represent and try to relate them youre your life situation. There will no doubt be a parallel.
Soft pastels or darker tones are more likely to contribute to Yin chi than bright colours or busy tones like tartans and swirls.
Above the bed
Avoid pictures or any object that may hang over your head beams, mobiles, pictures on the wall behind the bed.
While similar rules apply to kids rooms, children generally enjoy more Yang energy so bright colours and pictures depicting movement are okay.
Article from: www.startremodeling.com