When it comes to the principles of Feng Shui bedrooms, you should arrange your sleeping space to support your best rest. How old is Feng shui? Feng shui history and theory extend back more than 5,000 years, originating in ancient China. Feng shui attempts to harmonize a person with their surroundings using energetic forces. The ambiance of the bedroom should be inviting, exciting, and calming all tied into one. Whether you’re going to be in the room for an afternoon nap, a good night’s sleep, or for a round of passionate lovemaking, you should get the feeling that the room is pleasurable and fun to be in. Let’s go over some of the most important principles of feng shui bedrooms.
The Best Feng Shui Bedroom Setup
If you can’t have your windows open all the time (or live in an area where if they were open you would be inhaling pollutants), invest in an air purifier. Fresh air is important in good Feng Shui energy.
Note: You should not use any type of plant or flower in your bedroom especially if it’s a small room. If you do choose to use them, make sure they are as far away from your bed as possible.
No Electronics or Exercise Equipment
At some point in time (maybe even right this very minute) you’ve probably had a TV, computer, or some piece of exercise equipment in your bedroom. This means you know how distracting these devices can be. It’s easy to get lured into checking your email one more time or watching the latest episode of Desperate Housewives.
The logic behind not having a computer in the bedroom is because it’s often associated with work and your bed is associated with rest. Work and rest are opposite of each other so when it comes to Feng Shui, the energy of these two activities are incompatible.
Having these distractions in your room is the quickest way to destroy Feng Shui energy. So get rid of them…now!
Your mood in the bedroom can be affected (either negatively or positively) by the lighting. The best option is candles but make sure you use ones that are toxin-free.
The Position of your Bed
Make sure that you can get in and out of your bed from both sides. Place a nightstand on either side of the bed. Make sure your nightstand it is not in direct line of the doorway.
If you are going to have mirrors in your bedroom make sure they aren’t near the bed where you can see your face and upper body in the reflection.
Just as having a TV, computer, or exercise equipment in your bedroom is a distraction, but so is clutter. Keep things neat, picked up, and put away. It’s important to clear out anything under your bed or behind a door because these areas get stale and can harbor negative energy.
At Night, Keep All Bedroom Doors Closed
Make sure that every night you close any doors in your bedroom. That means closet doors, bathroom doors, and the bedroom door.
How to Keep Your Bedroom Clean
One of the key principles of Feng Shui bedrooms is cleanliness. Here at Champion Supplies, we pride ourselves on providing only the highest-quality cleaning supplies available on the market.
If a bedroom is left unattended, dust is bound to accumulate. Our Champion Old Fashioned Dust Mop solves that problem easily. It’s electromagnetically-charged strands will pick up any dust or dirt particles on the floor, walls, or ceiling of your bedroom. After running the mop over the area to be cleaned, simply step outside and shake off the dust. Who ever knew dusting could be that simple?!
Have you been searching for the perfect cleaner for your delicate bed sheets? Champion Delicate Wash is the best cleaner for fine fabrics on the market. This neutral pH cleaner will get even the most stubborn stain out of any fine fabric.
What one person has in mind for their perfect Feng Shui bedroom doesn’t mean another person is going to envision the same thing. However, every Feng Shui bedroom will have one thing in common and that’s the inviting, exciting, and calming atmosphere it should give off.