Fengshui — which literally translates to “wind and water” — is the ancient Chinese art of placement. The goal is to enhance the flow of chi (life force or spiritual energy), and to create harmonious environments that support health, beckon wealth, and invite happiness.
In the bedroom, fengshui helps a women arrange the space to support her best rest and connection with a potential partner and with themselves. Follow these simple fengshui strategies to turn a chaotic, uninspiring bedroom into a serene and sensual sanctuary.
A slanted mirror in the bedroom
Placing a slanted mirror in the bedroom causes a person’s thinking to be skewed, and this in turn leads to strange behavior. Hence, others will find it difficult to get close to a female with this feature in her room.
Limited sunlight in the bedroom
When sunlight is completely shut out of a bedroom, it becomes dark and humid. This has an adverse effect on the body and mental health, which then leads to eccentric behavior, which in turn makes it difficult to find a partner.
Plants or goldfish in the bedroom
Goldfish and plants in the bedroom have an adverse effect. Goldfish inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, and plants release carbon dioxide at night, which causes the room to become humid, leading to a decrease in the flow of human energy.
Bedhead not firm against a wall
The back of the bed must lean against a wall, without any empty space between. If not, sleep will not be sound, and for a single female, it will be difficult to find a reliable partner.
Kitchen or bathroom converted into a bedroom
Some homes may house too many people, and so their kitchen or bathroom is converted into a bedroom to make more space. In fact, this approach is very damaging. The kitchen and bathroom have negative energies, and though converted into a bedroom, those energies still remain in the area. Family members who sleep in these rooms (especially elderly people) will experience mental distress as a result. For single females, it will be difficult for them to find a partner.
Practiced for thousands of years, the ancient art of fengshui even has a solution for modern-day women searching for the right partner.
Translated by Chua BC.