Feng Shui Bedroom for Love, Peaceful Sleep and Gentle Dreams

Feng Shui Bedroom

Feng Shui Bedroom – Harness Chi to Boost Your Sex Life and Happiness

The ancient practice of Feng Shui may provide the secret to unlocking your happiness. In this article we explore the design of an optimized  Feng Shui Bedroom and the positive effects it can have on you whole life experience.

If you’re always exhausted and lack libido, you may simply need to rearrange and redecorate your bedroom. The placement of furniture, selection of colors, and other details help or hurt the flow of energy.

People have used the principles of Feng Shui for thousands of years. It relies on the principles of yin and yang, which requires that there is a balance between opposites.

Feng Shui and the proper flow of energy (Chi) through your bedroom may help you sleep better and improve your sex life.

If you want to boost the flow of calming or sensual energy in your bedroom, follow these top ten Feng Shui  Bedroom Design tips.

Design Tip 1: Choose the right spot for your bed in your Feng Shui Bedroom


Positioning the bed is the first step in setting up your Feng Shui bedroom. It is the most important item in the room. The bed is the focal point, the largest piece of furniture, and where you sleep and have sex (usually!).

When placing the bed in the room, you need to consider the direction that your feet point. If your feet point toward the west, you may sleep better. Facing east may help you become more ambitious and greet each day with renewed energy.

The southeast is recommended for those that want to improve their communication skills or creativity. Facing to the southwest may help you relax. It is the recommended direction for those that are restless.

What about facing north or south? According to Feng Shui experts, facing to the north can bring sleep disorders while facing the south can increase the risk of heated arguments with your partner.

You should place the bed away from the door. You also want to avoid aligning the bed with the door. Basically, you should be able to lay in bed and see the door without being in the direct path of the door.

If you need help on how to use  a Feng Shui Compass (Luo Pan) you can checl these articles here and part 2 here

Design Tip 2: Choose the right type of Bed


Besides placing your bed in the right spot, you may want to find the right bed. For optimal energy, your bed should be supportive. Wood and metal are two of the five elements of Feng Shui and great materials for a sturdy bed.

The bed should also provide plenty of room for air to flow underneath. Like air, energy needs to properly circulate around the room. Avoid beds that feature built-in storage underneath or beds that sit directly on the ground.

Design Tip 3: Position your dressers and tables correctly in your Feng Shui Bedroom


The rest of your Feng Shui bedroom should flow around the bed. Where you place other furniture and décor impacts the Feng Shui energy.

After the bed, you should move to the next largest pieces of furniture. These items may include dressers, tables, nightstands, vanities, and other large items that may block the flow of energy.

You should also consider placing a nightstand on each side of the bed. Having just one piece of furniture beside the bed messes with the balance.

The two nightstands do not need to be identical. However, they should be roughly the same size. Rounded furniture is also preferred, as it provides less interference to the air circulation.

Design Tip 4: Avoid placing mirrors in the bedroom


Mirrors are useful objects. They can help make rooms appear larger and help distribute energy. However, they are not the best option for your bedroom.

Mirrors in the bedroom are believed to disturb sleep and promote infidelity. The energy they help distribute may keep you up at night or cause you to get poor sleep.

While they are not suited for the bedroom, mirrors are beneficial for other areas of your home. You can use them in hallways to help make space seem bigger or in the living room to help balance the energy coming in from the front windows.

Design Tip 5: Select your bedroom Feng Shui color palette


The colors you select also affect the energy in the room. With the right colors, you can promote better sleep and sexual health. Common Feng Shui colors for the bedroom include skin colors.

From pale white walls to dark browns, skin tones are considered more sensual and calming compared to other options.

If you do not want skin tone walls, choose light, calming colors. Light pastels may keep you from tossing and turning. They promote peace and calm.

You may also choose colors associated with passion. Fire is one of the five elements of Feng Shui and may bring more romance to your life. Common fire element colors include orange, red, pink, and purple.

White and gray are also suitable Feng Shui options for the bedroom. These colors are associated with the metal element and help bring more clarity to your life.

Design Tip 6: Avoid Cluttering the Bedroom with Décor

Carefully positioned décor and Feng Shui ornaments can help make your bedroom more inviting. However, you should use caution to avoid cluttering the room.

Adding too much clutter can have a negative effect on the bedroom. The clutter prevents proper air circulation, keeping the Chi from circulating. You may start to feel trapped, overwhelmed, or unorganized when your room has a lot of clutter.

Go through your bedroom and pick up everything. All items should have a home, including your dirty clothes. In fact, you should find storage for everything, so the only items touching the floor are your bed and furniture.

Bedside photos are common items on the nightstand. While one or two photos may not create clutter, you should avoid adding more than a few photos, especially if they are photos of friends or family

When you have photos of people watching over you, you may start to feel overwhelmed. You may even feel like you are being watched.

Design Tip 7: Keep Your Closets and Dressers Organized

Besides clutter on the floor, walls, or on top of your nightstand, you should avoid clutter inside your closets and dressers. Keep all storage areas clean and organized.

An unorganized closet can bring stress to your life. Even when you cannot see the inside of a messy closet, you know what it is inside.

Clean out old clothing and items that you no longer use. You should also keep the drawers closed and close the closet doors. In fact, you should also close the bedroom doors at night.

Closing the doors helps keep unwanted energy from entering the room while you sleep.

Design Tip 8: Use Wall Art Sparingly in Your Feng Shui Bedroom

Feng Shui decorating ideas typically incorporate painting or wall art. Remember to avoid cluttering the room. Most of the wall should be bare.

If you want to add décor or Feng Shui ornaments, choose one or two items per wall, while ensuring that they do not overpower the wall.

You should also choose happy or calming images for your bedroom art. Images that promote happiness, nourishment, or satisfaction can have a positive impact on your life.

Feng Shui experts advise people to stay away from paintings of water. These paintings may encourage theft or other types of misfortune.

When placing your art on the walls, remember to keep everything balanced for better Chi. For example, if you hang a painting between two windows, it should be evenly spaced between the windows.

You should also use even spacing for the rest of your furniture. Keep objects an equal distance from other objects.

Design Tip 9 : Get rid of the electronics and TV from your bedroom

Electronics interfere with the flow of Chi through the room. While you may not eliminate electronics in other areas of your house, you should eliminate them in your bedroom.

Do not keep a TV in your room. It creates a distraction that may keep you from getting adequate sleep or sex.

There is no need to have electronics in your bedroom. These days, most people use their phones for alarm clocks. Other than a wall charger for your device, you should keep other gadgets and electronic items out of the bedroom.

Design Tip 10 : Place Candles on Your Nightstands

Lighting is an important consideration when planning a Feng Shui bedroom. Natural lighting is the best option. In the evening, you can use candles.

Candles help clear the Chi in the room and help to keep the energy flowing freely. They are also intimate, which may add to the sensuality of the room.

If you need artificial lighting, install dimmer switches. You can adjust the brightness to suit your mood. Dimmers also help you prepare for the nighttime, by gradually lowering the brightness.

Final thoughts on setting up your Feng Shui Bedroom

Whether you believe in the principles of Feng Shui, keeping your bedroom organized should have a positive impact on your life. Allowing air to flow through the room promotes better health while getting rid of the electronics may improve your sex life.

Remember that objects impact the flow of energy. Avoid placing large pieces of furniture in the corners or directly against the walls.

You should also avoid clutter. If you need help thinking of how to place things in a room, imagine the flow of energy as wind passing through the room. Remove items that may block the air flow.

You can also use many of these tips for your entire Feng Shui home makeover. The selection of colors, furniture, and décor can help improve the balance of yin and yang in your living room, kitchen, or dining area.

We also have articles on how to apply Feng Shui in other areas of your home such  as our article on your Feng Shui Living Room

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