Feng Shui Tips – How to Cure the 10 Most Common Nightmares in the Bedroom

We spend a third of our lives in our bedroom, it is the room we retire to at the end of the day to rest, relax and recharge our internal batteries. That is why it is very important that our bedroom promotes a sense of calm and that the energy helps us sleep well at night.

The way we decorate our bedroom and how we use, or in some cases abuse our bedroom, can work against us and prevent us from getting the good night’s sleep our bodies and minds deserve. In this article, I share with you the ten most common problems I run into in bedrooms and explain simple yet effective ways to overcome these problems.

10 – Shelves in the bedroom

Having books in the bedroom and especially if you have a lot of books on a shelf stimulates your mind and does not promote restful sleep. The easiest, and I have to say the best cure, is to take the bookshelves out and place them in another part of the house. If this is impossible or impractical, cover the shelves with cabinet doors or cloth so you can’t see the books when you go to bed at night.

9 – A sleigh bed

Sleigh beds are becoming very common in the UK and I must say they look very stylish in a bedroom. However, the problem with this style of bed is that the head and footboards curve in which can give the impression of putting pressure on the occupants of the bed. To cure this problem, you need to raise the energy by placing something light on the bed, a crystal will work better or an elegant lamp.

8 – Bed too low to the ground

If your bed is too low to the ground, then the energy cannot flow underneath it effectively. Ideally, beds have plenty of space between the mattress and the floor. If it is not practical to place the mattress on a box spring, you can place a red sheet or cloth the exact size of the bed underneath to stimulate chi.

7 – Beams above the bed

Exposed beams above the bed cause problems in a number of ways. A beam across the bed can cause two people in a relationship to live separate lives as it has the impact of dividing the couple. If you are not in a relationship, it can still be challenging as it has the effect of weighing a person down and causing them problems and worries. Lightning through the bed can cause disease in the part of the body that the lightning passes through, so if it crosses the legs, a person may find that they have aches and pains in the knees or legs, crossing the chest can cause pains chest and breathing problems. and if it crosses the head the person can suffer from headaches or migraines.

Covering the joist by putting up a false ceiling or removing the joist entirely is the best solution, although this is often not practical and should be avoided if the joist is load-bearing. However, there are other solutions that may be more practical and are just as effective.

Hanging two bamboo flutes from the ceiling above the bed so that they cross the beam and form a shape like the bottom of an octagon has the benefit of drawing any negative energy up. Alternatively, you can hide the beam with fabric curtains that are the colors that correspond to the bagua area of ​​the bedroom, such as pinks and creams if your bedroom is in the relationship area, red or turquoise if it is in the wealth area. or shades of green if it is in the family area.

6 – Sloping roofs

Similar in effect to beams, a sloped ceiling above the bed can make bed occupants feel the weight of worries and troubles as they sleep. In this case, it is best to hang a crystal over the bed, remembering to hang it from a 9-inch-long piece of red ribbon or thread.

5 – Clutter under the bed

Clutter under the bed, whether in under-bed drawers or stacked in boxes, has the effect of blocking the natural flow of chi around and under the bed. There is really only one cure for this, take out the boxes and store them somewhere else.

4 – Mirror cabinets

Many people seem to prefer mirrored cabinets, but they can really disrupt the natural flow of energy and have a very destructive effect on a natural night’s sleep. If you really must have mirrored cabinets, try to find some way to cover them at night, either by putting up a decorative screen in front of the cabinets or by hanging some gauze over the mirrors.

3 – Metal bed

A metal bed can disturb the flow of energy around the bed by harmonizing the relaxing effects of positive chi. If you have a metal bed, or even just a metal headboard, you can minimize the negative effects of this by covering the metal with a soft, sensuous fabric, silk works best.

2 – Then bathroom

Private bathrooms are now very common in most modern homes and it is very rare that you take a course where no one has a private bathroom in their bedroom. Bathrooms are not bad, but they can, if not carefully designed and decorated, lead to chi draining. Make sure your bathroom is free of clutter, the toilet, sink, tub, and shower are clean and in good working order, and make sure there are plenty of fresh towels, crystals, and plants. To further strengthen positive chi in the bedroom, always make sure to keep the bathroom door closed when sleeping.

1 – TV or computer in the bedroom

By far the most common problem I see with rooms is a TV or computer in the room. This really isn’t recommended, but I accept that sometimes a bedroom has multiple uses. If you must have a television or computer in your bedroom, store it in a cabinet or cover it with a drop cloth or blanket when not in use. A television is a conduit for fast-flowing electrical energy that can disrupt sleep patterns and cause disturbed night’s sleep.

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