The Taoist prac­tice of Feng Shui teach­es how to prop­er­ly orga­nize the space around you and there­by achieve har­mo­ny, bal­ance and sta­bil­i­ty in life and soul. Since ancient times, this prac­tice, giv­en its focus and appli­ca­tion, has been asso­ci­at­ed with such sci­ences as psy­chol­o­gy, phys­i­ol­o­gy, archi­tec­ture, astrol­o­gy and oth­ers. It turns out that our sleep depends on how the fur­ni­ture in the bed­room is arranged. Of course, the main thing here is the bed. It is on whether it is cor­rect in rela­tion to geo­graph­i­cal direc­tions and oth­er attrib­ut­es of fur­ni­ture that will depend on how healthy, strong and use­ful the dream will be.

Human sleep and bed position

Human sleep and bed position

A per­son spends almost a third of his life in sleep. There­fore, it is impor­tant to orga­nize this process in such a way that it brings ben­e­fits to health, well-being and mood. Feng Shui teach­es how to prop­er­ly arrange the fur­ni­ture in the bed­room to nor­mal­ize the night’s rest.

In order to main­tain health, you should not place the bed in front of the mir­ror. The sleep­ing place should be in the far­thest cor­ner from the entrance, but so that the per­son can see the door while lying on the bed.

The harm of watch­ing neg­a­tive films or TV shows at night is known — dis­as­ters, scenes of vio­lence, mur­ders and real inci­dents that cause neg­a­tive feel­ings, tears or sad­ness. Abus­ing such infor­ma­tion in the evenings, it is unlike­ly that you will be able to fall asleep with a smile on your lips. This can neg­a­tive­ly affect emo­tion­al health, which is fraught with insom­nia or night­mares. And this means that in the morn­ing the state of weak­ness and fatigue will be the main thing that a per­son will feel.

A per­son­’s sleep is direct­ly depen­dent on what thoughts and feel­ings fill him before falling asleep. There­fore, for phys­i­o­log­i­cal and psy­cho­log­i­cal health, such “heavy” evenings in the com­pa­ny of TV or the Inter­net should be avoid­ed.

Fol­low­ing the Feng Shui tech­nique, it is worth not only not view­ing such infor­ma­tion, but also before going to bed, remov­ing the TV or com­put­er from the room. You can use a cape to cov­er equip­ment or a spe­cial cab­i­net.

The bed should look har­mo­nious in your bed­room. Not too big bed is suit­able for a small room. For a large one, on the con­trary, a spa­cious one will look per­fect.

As the own­er of a house or apart­ment with two or more floors, you should remem­ber that for health and nor­mal­iza­tion of sleep, you should not place a bed in the place where there is a toi­let, bath­room or kitchen under you. The same goes for the space above your bed­room.

Health and sleep: what to avoid

Health and sleep: what to avoid

In order to have a sweet dream and an excel­lent inter­nal state, it is impor­tant to lis­ten to the Feng Shui rec­om­men­da­tions on what not to do when orga­niz­ing the bed­room space.

You should not place sock­ets in the room too close to the place where the bed is locat­ed — there is a bed. The most suit­able dis­tance is 1.5–2 meters.

Do not give pref­er­ence to very large lamps and chan­de­liers in the bed­room. It is bet­ter to use small night­lights, table lamps and sconces. Such an inte­ri­or will not only add cozi­ness, but will also help ensure that your sweet dream becomes healthy and sound.

When plac­ing fur­ni­ture in the bed­room, you can not hang mas­sive paint­ings, cab­i­nets, shelves or lamps above your head.

A per­son­’s sleep large­ly depends on the air that he breathes at night. To cleanse it, and for their own plea­sure, many place flow­ers and oth­er plants in the bed­room. Fol­low­ing the phi­los­o­phy of Feng Shui, you should not get too car­ried away with this activ­i­ty. Do not clut­ter up the bed­room with flower tubs and pots. Enough 1–2 plants, not very large in size.

It hap­pens that a per­son works in the same place where he sleeps. In this case, you should arrange the space so that the work­place is not vis­i­ble from the bed. Feng Shui experts rec­om­mend sep­a­rat­ing the sleep zone from the active zone — this will con­tribute to bet­ter rest.

When there is a bath­room or toi­let oppo­site your bed­room, it will be cor­rect to place the bed so that nei­ther its head­board nor the oppo­site part “looks” at the exit.

Not pop­u­lar in Feng Shui is the way of plac­ing the bed in the mid­dle of the room. Arrange the bed in such a way that there is always “pro­tec­tion” on one side — its role, as a rule, is played by the wall.

Make sure that the space under the bed is always free and clean. Do not put box­es or unnec­es­sary things there.

Sweet Dreams and the Psychology of Feng Shui

Sweet Dreams and the Psychology of Feng Shui

A per­son­’s sleep depends on his phys­i­cal and emo­tion­al state. You can achieve their har­mo­ny by observ­ing the rules of Feng Shui. How to under­stand that all actions to improve the space of the bed­room are cor­rect? In this case, there should be a feel­ing of relief of men­tal state and improve­ment in var­i­ous areas of your life. Accord­ing to Feng Shui, when a per­son lives in accor­dance with his laws, fate favors the ful­fill­ment of his desires, gives suc­cess and pros­per­i­ty accom­pa­nies the per­son in his endeav­ors.

By arrang­ing the space in the bed­room, accord­ing to the prac­tices of the ancient sages, you will get a sweet dream and wake up full of ener­gy.

But what to do if, fol­low­ing all the rec­om­men­da­tions, a per­son still expe­ri­ences rest­less sleep or insom­nia? A per­son­’s sleep depends on the ener­gy that fills his liv­ing space, in this case, the bed­room. In this case, it is worth study­ing the sci­ence of Feng Shui in more detail in order to under­stand what should or should not be done in your room. You can also con­tact a Feng Shui spe­cial­ist — he will ana­lyze the sit­u­a­tion with the space in more detail and give the nec­es­sary advice.


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