Feng Shui Bedroom: Ideal Internal Forms
Did you know we spend one-third of our lives in our bedrooms? We are at our most vulnerable state when we are sleeping; therefore, our bedrooms need to be located where good “Mountain Stars” are residing in order to support our health and human harmony.
In Flying Star Feng Shui, we look for good Mountain Stars like 8, 9, and 1. If you’re also working with Flying Star Kua Numbers, make sure you do not sleep in a room that conquers your personal Kua Number.
Examples of some ideal internal forms:
- Position the bed against a solid wall for back (mountain) side support.
- Avoid placing a mirror directly facing the bed.
- Do not place your bed against a corner, creating Sha Qi pointing directly at your head.
- Whenever possible, position the bed so that your feet (pointing) face either: (a) a favorable facing directions, or (b) a prosperous Water Stars.
- Do not have your head directly aligned to the doorway, as the head will get the brunt of Qi coming in.
- Do not place wind chimes, a ceiling fan, a chandelier or other heavy object directly above the bed.
- Avoid positioning the bed below beams, creating a heavy feel (physical burden).
Remember, Feng Shui is not just about creating a FEEL, but it is also about incorporating the principles of Forms (physical) and Flying Stars (abstract).
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