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Feng Shui in the Bedroom. Part 2

by Daniel on May 15th, 2012

I’m not going to be able to get into the fascinating philosophy underlying Feng Shui or the details of arranging an entire house so that it is in accordance with the principles of Feng Shui. But I can give you a check list of things to know about how best to arrange the room where you sleep. So consider rearranging your bedroom — and look forward to the benefits of better rest.

The most important factor is the placement of the bed. It should be placed so that from your sleeping position you can see anyone who is entering through the door. However, your bed should not be positioned with its foot planted directly opposite the door, nor should the bed be placed directly between a window and the door, nor should it block the natural flow of traffic from the entrance. These positions create energy flow patterns (chi) which are not beneficial for the person sleeping in the bed.

Ideally, the bed would be oriented so your head is north, with the bed to the right or left of the main entrance, and any windows at the foot of or to the sides of the bed. The headboard would be against a solid portion of a wall that is not the wall with the doorway in it. All this is not possible in my room. I chose to honor the most important rule: I placed the bed so I could see the door, and then I remedied the window problem by placing a heavy drape over the window to close it off energetically during the hours I’m sleeping.

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