Use Feng Shui to Improve Your Sleep
Look around your bedroom.
What do you see?
How does it make you feel?
Does it look peaceful, relaxing, and calming?
Or, do you see it as a place where you can read, watch TV, and finish up your work?
Your bedroom should be a place where you can unwind and recharge for the next day; not a place where you work or study.
The biggest issue I find with my clients who have trouble sleeping is that they have a huge plasma TV in their bedroom, stacks of books on the bedside table, or use the underside of their bed for storage.
Remove those items from your bedroom and create a warm, welcoming, relaxing bedroom that you want to SLEEP in – not where you want to work.
If you are a student who has to study in your one bedroom, put your books away when you are done with them.
For instance, put those books in a bookshelf or in your backpack, where you don’t have to look at them when you are laying in your bed.
Don’t study in your bed. Your bed should be a place for you to recharge your energy and not a place to stimulate your brain.
Be careful of the placement of your bed.
Make sure that your bed is not straight in line with your doorway into the room.
Also, make sure that the reflection of mirrors do not intersect your bed.
For more information on how to Feng Shui your bedroom, read up on the Relationship corner of the Bagua.
Get cracking on that bedroom and get some sleep!
For personalized assistance, visit the In-Home Feng Shui Consultations page.
Be sure to contact Ms. Feng Shui if you need some immediate help moving in the right direction.