USING INTERIOR DESIGN WITH FENG SHUI TO CREATE THE BEST BEDROOM: Part 4 – BEDS & DIRECTIONS
Part 4 – BEDS & DIRECTIONS
The direction of the bed has the most important influence in feng shui terms, because energy relating to these areas of our lives is absorbed during the night. Each person has a set of best directions based on their date of birth so the head of the bed can be positioned to maximise their potential and to ensure they have the best chance of being happy, healthy and successful. All beds should have headboards so that the sleeper is supported in their life. The shape and material used depends on each individual’s date of birth.
Beds should never be positioned under a window or all the support the sleeper requires in their life goes out the window, nor should they be positioned under a beam or a sloped ceiling which can cause a depressed state. Do not place the bed against a wall behind which there is a toilet or your health and relationships will suffer. For a fresh start and a new beginning, purchase a new bed. As a general rule, avoid positioning a bed or a child’s cot too close to the door of the room and never line up the foot of the bed or the cot with the door to the room or the front door because this is considered very unlucky. The best position would be the safest and most protected position in the room, i.e. diagonally across from the door, which is known as the ‘power position’. For babies and children (and anyone elderly or infirm) place the cot or bed against two solid walls so that they have the greatest feeling of support and security.
Next week read PART 5 – TIPS & TABOOS TO AVOID of my blog on USING INTERIOR DESIGN WITH FENG SHUI TO CREATE THE BEST BEDROOM.