To Improve Your Relationship, Uncover These 4 Feng Shui Bedroom Secrets

Relationships are an exhilarating roller coaster ride but when this roller coaster ride takes a turn for the worst it can be the most draining, painful experience in the world.  Sometimes the problems can be clear cut – conflicting interest, being in different stages of life or simply not being suited for one another. But then there are times things that were going amazingly well seems to be falling apart for no apparent reason, or there seems to be a communication breakdown, or lack of interest or passion from both parties.

It may come as a surprise to some of you, but these things can be examined by evaluating the Feng Shui of your bedroom. Feng Shui is all about aligning the environmental Qi (energy) and your personal Qi. There are certain things that concern your bedroom that could be negatively affecting your relationship. These are the 4 Feng Shui bedroom secret you need to know to enhance your relationship:


1. No Water Features In The Bedroom

Bedrooms are Yin features whereas Water is a Yang feature, avoid having any water features (small fountain or fish tank) in the bedroom to avoid clashes.

Having any water features in the bedroom could interrupt your sleep causing you to be tired and unrested, making you more irritable. This often leads to quarrels between partners due to lack of control over your emotions. So, to keep the peace and harmony between you and your partner make sure to keep the water features away from your bedroom.


 

2. Nothing In Front Of The Door

You can’t control where the door placement or attached bathroom is in your room, but you do have control over where you place your bed. The bed (head or feet) should never be placed directly in front of a door; this does not only cause health related issues, but it also affects relationships negatively.

This is because Qi comes rushing in when the room or toilet door is opened, and if your bed is placed in front of a door, the Qi comes crashing in and hits you. Fast moving Qi is known as Sha Qi (bad energy) and has adverse effects on the area or occupants in that area inadvertently affecting your livelihood as well as your relationship.


3. L-shaped Bedroom

When it comes to the shape of your bedroom, it is always advisable to go for regular shapes like rectangular or square rooms because of the even distribution of Qi. By choosing rectangular or square rooms you are also protected from Sha Qi (negative energy). L-shaped bedrooms are not ideal especially for relationships because of the sharp edges of the room creates Sha Qi (negative Qi), as well as an imbalance of Qi in the room.

This is damaging to your health and relationship because the Sha Qi effects your sleep and stability; the lack of sleep and stability will make you feel on edge causing strain between you and your partner.


4. Beam Across The Bed

A beam stretching across the bed can disrupt your sleep. This is because the Qi that flows into the room is suppressed and pushed down straight onto you causing your sleep to be restless and disturbed.

Interrupted sleep affects your brains ability to do many things, one of which is the ability to communicate effectively. If communication is negatively affected, your relationship is bound to be affected accordingly.

It is important to know that a relationship works both ways, both partners need to be on the same page and work towards supporting each other in achieving their goals. Feng Shui is amazing in helping to improve a situation and the energies that surround you.

But you need to always remember that Feng Shui will not work, if you don’t. So, take that step in improving your bedroom Feng Shui and yourself in the process to reap the benefits of a wonderful, loving, happy and long-lasting relationship.

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Article was written by Team Joey Yap.


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