Eight Feng Shui Bedroom Tips - The Space Beneath You

Posted by Admin on Wednesday, April 6, 2011

The bedroom is meant for you to have at least 7 hours of sleep so that body and the mind can have a good rest. The person has to be ready, both physically and mentally, for the next day. One consideration for having a good sleep is an even flow of energy around the room.
Let us look at 8 different obstacles that can impede the smooth flow of energy, particularly on the floor. This can disrupt the good night's sleep. Where possible, avoid these situations in your bedroom.
1. Clutter left on the floor:
These are things or items that just left there for no particular reason. Perhaps, just too lazy to put it away. This cluttered environment reinforces the mindset of being disorganised and lazy. When you get rid of the clutter, you will immediately feel better after clearing it. Also, you will find yourself to be more organised in your life.

 2. Piles of clothes:
There can be piles of clothes that are to be washed or just washed. There is nothing more untidy seeing clothes just lying around.
3. Worn Clothes:
Clothes to be worn again should be hung up. Clothes to be washed are to be put in the laundry basket. Newly washed clothes should be ironed or hang up soon after the wash.
4. Outdoor shoes:
These should not be worn in or left in the bedroom. The shoes tread on the dirt in the outdoors. There will be some residue on the shoes and some will be dropped off in the bedroom floor. The bedroom is a place of rest and meant to be kept clean.
5. Books & Magazines:
File the books and magazines; keep them off the floor. This symbolises the disrespect for knowledge.

6. Area beneath the bed:
The space beneath the bed should not be used as a storage area. This space is for the energy to flow around the body and the room.
7. Electronic gadgets & cables:
The use of portable electronic gadgets including mobile (cell) phones in bed, a recent development, is to be discouraged. These electronic devices emit an electromagnetic radiation which can disrupt brain function over the duration of the sleep (about 7 hours). Also, it is best if the electric cables to recharge batteries be kept away from the head area of the bed because of this electromagnetic radiation.
8. Dust and cobwebs:
Do not forget to clean and dust off the residue of the bedroom. If this has not been cleaned for a long time, there would be cobwebs.
The main point of this article is to reinforce the point that energy has to circulate around the bedroom so that a good night's sleep can be had. Also, an untidy bedroom reinforces the notion of disorganisation in the person's life. Every little bit helps in a person's life.
Feng shui is a Chinese system of land management which developed with rise of Chinese civilisation, more than 40 centuries ago. The system understands the energy flows in both the time and space dimensions. This energy is harnessed to create the living space (homes, buildings, towns and cities) conducive for people to have the appropriate behaviours to attain better health, wealth and happiness.
(c) Copyright - Dr Michael Oon. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.

Dr Michael Oon's mission is to help people improve their lives. He is an expert and consultant in feng shui www.michaeloon.com. Michael, based in the UK, was chosen and trained in the traditional manner by Shyan Tseng. The training, of more than 10 years, includes the time and space aspects of feng shui, face reading, destiny analysis (bazi) and divination methods (qimen dunjia, da liuren). For an ebook "Feng Shui Top Tips" click here.
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