Feng Shui isn’t something to be feared. Every issue can be resolved in some way, but it’s worth looking into a professional who can help, if you’ve done things around your own home and haven’t gotten results.
I always recommend hiring a practitioner when it comes to Feng Shui. There are a lot of little nuances that can affect you – and there is so much misinformation out there!
Curious about Feng Shui but don’t know a lot about it? I just wrapped up a great Feng Shui 101 article with my friend Carla Aston. She asked me 12 basic questions that give a really great round up of the most frequently asked questions about Feng Shui.
One of them being furniture and decor. What most people don’t know is you can have anything you want anywhere. There are no hard and fast rules. Many books will tell you otherwise. But there are some nuances that need to be taken into consideration. Like bed placement and type of bed.
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Last week I was online looking for bedding for a client when I came across this photo from Anthropologie. This would be an example of a nuance.
In Feng Shui we want the bed to be facing the door. This bed appears to be doing that, however, it has a head board that is not ideal for good Feng Shui. Plus a large window behind it. The person that sleeps in this bed will suffer insomnia, and likely severe fatigue over time. This will be absolutely depleting.
Instead choose something that is pretty and solid. Here are a few examples:
I’ve also included a few more examples below. As a culture we have too many health issues as it is. Start your day off right with a good nights rest, and good Feng Shui!