FENG SHUI YOUR ROOM

Hello loves, how has your week been so far? Mine has been great besides a whole cabinet from my bathroom falling and breaking my jade roller. It broke my heart a bit but luckily they’re easy to find. My other stuff was fine, but I took this opportunity to reorganize stuff. Basically, I want to make sure that good energy is following in, aka Feng Shui.

I have grown up knowing about Feng Shui. It’s something that my mom loved learning and implicating it into our lives for as long as I can remember. If you don’t know what Feng Shui is, it’s a type of pseudoscience that originates from China. It harmonizes energy forces with your surroundings. By arranging things around you, you make it possible to bring you the best energy. Recently I started to personally implement it into my life because I am a huge believer in this kind of stuff. With a few simple changes, my bedroom was Feng Shui approved!! Feng Shui is very easy to add to your life, why not surround yourself with good energy?  

When you look into Feng Shui there are a lot of mini details that can seem overwhelming. I wanted to write a post to outline the very basics and show how simple it is. Starting by rearranging things in your room is such a great way to start. 

The first thing to take notice of is the position of your bed in your room. First thing is that your bed should be facing your door but not directly in line with it. Then make sure that the bed’s headboard is against a solid wall. Besides your headboard, you want to make sure no other part of your bed is touching any of the walls. Keep in mind that the wall that your headboard is against should not be one that’s connected to your bathroom. It’s not the best for when it comes to positive energy flow. If it’s not possible, that’s okay, but try to stick with the other things I mentioned.

Once your bed is set, make sure to avoid having a mess under it. I prefer to not have anything under there because it’s just easier to avoid clutter. The theory is that the things under your bed may create blocks in your life. When there isn’t anything under your bed, you are encouraging a more free flow of energy around you when you sleep.

Toning down the electronics in your room is major for Feng Shui. Even though it’s quite popular to have a TV in your room, Feng Shui recommends not too. The negative energies that technology gives off can affect you and your sleep. If you were up for it I would start by moving the TV out of your bedroom. It’s an easy change to make that makes a difference. For your phone, try to make a habit of it being away from you and on the ground when you sleep. Besides the effect it gives your Feng Shui, its just not good for your health. That means no more leaving your phone next to you while you sleep or under your pillow!! The same thing goes with tablets or computers. Try to keep them away and you will be good.

In general, having a clean and organized room is one of the best things you can do for good Feng Shui. When you have a messy room it is encouraging stuck energy. Without a clear and good flow of energy, it will be more difficult to attract the thing you want.

If you want to get more personal in your Feng Shui, I would recommend finding your Kua Number. This number is based on your gender and your birthday. Knowing your Kua number allows you to use Feng Shui to attract wealth, love, health, and happiness in a more specific way. I used this website that offers a free personal Kua Calculator. Using it gives you a really specific outline of how to apply proper Feng Shui. It even gives you colors you should be adding into your room to harmonize with you and good energy. I am obsessed, you guys need to try it out!

Arranging your room to have good Feng Shui is pretty simple and a great way to encourage good energy into your life. Here’s to living a bright happy life.

All the love,

Kamila Coellar

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