The bedroom has essentially 3 functions:-
- Rest – it should provide a space to rest, recouperate and recharge your batteries,
- Relaxation – it should provide a peaceful nest /haven away from the hustle and bustle of life
- Romance – this most intimate space of your home should honour your needs for romance and connection with your significant other, whether they are in your life now or you wish to invite that energy in for your future.
You should include plenty of soft yin energy into this space. In order for it to feel nurturing and relaxing. A good solid headboard, equal space on either side of the bed and a fresh vibrant energy is best to feel nurtured and regenerated while you sleep. Be very aware of the artwork in your bedroom – it should carry positive connotations for each of the occupants. You carry this imagery into your dream state and begin each day with it as your mood-setter. Ensure its something you love!!
Avoid cutting chi from very angular furniture and overhead beams etc, this can interfere with restful sleep
It is very advantageous to have your head pointing in one of your best directions while you sleep (your kua will dictate this). It is even more important to have a solid wall behind you and a good solid headboard so that you feel backed up and supported while you sleep. Having a window behind your head puts you directly in the flow of chi / energy – this is not conducive to restful sleep.