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Attract Positive Energy by Following Feng Shui Tips

Updated on September 4, 2012
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Many of us are sorrounded by negative energy or yin that causes our lifes failure, disagreement and dissapoint either in our careers, marriage, love and life. But all those negative energy can be avoided and prevented by following an ancient Chinese practice called Feng Shui that utilize both the heaven (astronomy) and earth (geography) to help an individual attract positive energy, and hence to improve life.

It has been interesting to know about Feng Shui and its helpful tips about how to achieve successful in marriage, career, wealth, health, relationship and life. In additional to my last Hub, here's 11 Feng Shui tips in decorating or designing your bedroom which will influence good luck and prosperity.

1. There must be a solid wall behind your bed. This means there should be a wall on the head of your bed, or your sleep is unbalanced. A "floating"bed or one that is placed in the middle of a room, away from a wall, will make your mind "float." Hence, it will result in insecurities and indecisiveness. Don't forget not to use brass beds for this may cool down an otherwise warm relationship.

2. When lying down on your bed, see to it that your feet do not point at the direction of the door. This is a death position.

3. Avoid positioning mirrors facing the bed directly. If this cannot be prevented, cover the mirror at night with cloth before you sleep. Mirrors are like water that has yin (negative) energy. This energy will encourage coldness, sickness and even estrangement in marital relationships. The television inside the bedroom should be treated the same way as mirrors.

4. Use minimal decorations and light colors for wall paint of cover. Light blue, mint green, baby pink, powder blue, light yellow and beige are advisable.

5. The bed must not share a wall with a toilet, faucet or sink on the opposite side. The flushing or draining of water will affect the positive energy before it enters the room.

6. Do not sleep where your head points to a window. If this cannot be prevented, put heavy curtains on the window and draw them close before you sleep.

7. Do not sleep under exposed beams on your ceiling. This i position tends to "slice" your positive energy in half. Likewise, if you have tubular fluorescent light on your ceiling, do not sleep under it. If this cannot be avoided, diffuse the light with a translucent plastic diffuser. Cover the beam with linen or place a bamboo flute on the beam positioned diagonally with the mouthpiece lower than the other end of the flute.

8. Cabinet doors are just like any other entrance doors.Try not to sleep with your feet directly pointing at them. If this can't be avoided, put objects like large pillows, drapes, etc., to have a "barricade" between your bed and the cabinet doors.

9. Do not place aquaruims and plants inside the bedroom for decoration. This may produce confusing energies in the room.

10. If there are portions in the bedroom where protruding corners exist, you must avoid having these corners hit your beds. If these arrows or pointed corners are hitting your bed, place several crystal beads along the edges of these corners to remove the "poison effect". Or, cover shelves with drapes at night before you sleep.

11. Do not place an altar or any religious article where your feet are. This is a sign of disrespect for the revered, venerated or worshipped. Altars must have a special place in the house that is ideal for meditation.

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    • babybrownfox profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago

      Michelle, thank you for sharing your thoughts and experience about FengShui. Its wonderful to hear it.

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      6 years ago

      For those who don't believe this kinda thing its really true and works..My daughter and I currently share a room, we originally had both beds on either side of a window FACING the door...I arranged the room around cause things just didn't "fit" right and made it so they weren't any longer and are now where they should be..The energy shift was *immediate* I can't stress the difference enough, I believed in the Feng Shui deal but not like I do now.

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      6 years ago

      I have mirrors and TV in front of my bed and in the front door I have in the right going out the door big mirror I dont know if it is ok

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      6 years ago

      niice nd truuelu rii8


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      6 years ago

      This is an impossible list. Oh, well. Bed in the middle of the room, feet facing the door, etc, etc and I've never slept better or been happier. FengShuiiiiiiiiiiii...

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      7 years ago

      What happens if your bedroom is layer out where you have no choice to put your bed under windows with feet facing door??

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      7 years ago


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      8 years ago

      Oh! my god, this is a wake up call.

    • Mrs. Moneypants profile image

      Mrs. Moneypants 

      9 years ago from Canada and other places

      Super interesting topic. I really enjoyed reading your hub.

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      9 years ago

      oh dear, my bedroom wall is next to the bathroom, i have a mirrors opposite my bed, my bed corner touch the edge of the walls so many things!

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      10 years ago from Washington, USA

      To attain success at work:- What can be bought? And how should my desk be facing. Should my back be showing to the door or should I be facing the entrance. Are there any plants that I can plant(inside closed office) but facing sun in one corner.

      Great hub and looking forward to your advice.

    • babybrownfox profile imageAUTHOR


      10 years ago

      You're not the only one having feng shui disaster. I myself had bad points on it, l quickly move my bed. I don't want to die at the early age. Also I changed the position of my mirror, don't want bad energy flowing towards me.

      My chinese friend had his house and room design in feng shui. I was thinking also to do the same thing when I built my house in the future. There's nothing wrong following this few tips to attract positive energy. My cousin is an architect he could design it for me. :)

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      hot dorkage 

      10 years ago from Oregon, USA

      oyaya I'm a feng shui disater. My feet point straight at the door and my nose points straight at the window which opens to let in air and light there is also a mirror in there. If the window was cover with heavy drapes we wouldn't be able to breathe. which I think is also probably bad. Maybe its time to move the bed. :)


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