In Feng Shui theory, each room in your house is designated to be either Yin or Yang. The bedroom is designated Yin, which is the passive of the 2 energies. It is the energy of silence, slow relaxed movement and darkness. It also represents the energy of sleep, restfulness, relaxation and energy replenishment.

A Yin room should reflect privacy. Today, many of the newer and larger homes place a heavy emphasis on extremely large bedrooms and bathrooms. According to the Yin theory of energy, in a room that is too large, energy becomes scarce, which can result in chronic illnesses or a feeling of low energy for those who occupy the space. Many of these rooms become overly exposed, as better views are sought. They possibly feature too many windows which can influence energy in a conflicting or uncontrolled way. 

Since the bedroom is where you spend approximately 1/3 of your life, it is understandable why the energy that you want to create would be one of peace, harmony – a place of rest and romance and a place of renewal and refreshment.

FENG SHUI TIPS FOR YOUR BEDROOM:
IF PARTS OF YOUR LIFE ARE FEELING OUT OF BALANCE, IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO INCORPORATE FENG SHUI INTO YOUR HOME, YOUR LIFE OR YOUR OFFICE, GIVE ME A CALL. I HAVE BEEN TRAINED IN FENG SHUI AT THE BLUE MOUNTAIN FENG SHUI INSTITUTE.  206-282-2323

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.