Saturday, January 9, 2010

Feng Shui for the Bedroom


In
Feng Shui, the bedroom plays a big part in attracting a healthy, balanced, harmonious life...no matter what area of the Bagau Map it falls into. Here are a few things you can do this weekend to enhance your bedroom...

Make the bed inviting and luxurious. A fluffy comforter and good quality linens will do the trick. Choose a thread count of at least 300 or more. Anything less feels like a loofah. Soft fabrics and soothing colors add to the mood. Chances are the bed covering is the largest item in the room, so it sets the tone for the rest of the space. (Hint: If you need a fresh start in the bedding department, January is white sale month at most linen retailers.)

Remove the work. The bedroom is for rest, relaxation and intimacy. Not for work. Remove any computer, files, and items that remind you of work. Unless you want your relationship to become labor intensive. Having trouble with insomnia? Work in the bedroom can make falling asleep feel like work, too.

Banish the television. It's a major electromagnetic field maker...not good for health, rest or relaxation. And it's a romance killer. Relate to your mate rather than McDreamy and Conan.

Hang inspiring artwork. The first thing you see in the morning and the last thing you see before turning out the light should create a feeling of inspiration. Add a photo of your favorite travel spot or a nature scene.

You know what's not restful, relaxing, sexy or inspiring? Clutter.

Clear the clutter. Remember, the root word for clutter is 'to clot.' It clots the energy of the area it's in. Who wants that anywhere, let alone a place where your body is vulnerable for at least a third of your life?

And of course, two equal-sized bedside tables and two equal-sized bedside lamps represent (the therefore attract and hold the energy for) a balanced relationship.

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