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How To Arrange Your Room To Get The Best Feng Shui

Feng Shui is the use of one’s spacial surroundings to govern their spiritual being/state. People in the West should definitely put more time and effort into choosing a surrounding with the correct Feng Shui.

You spend a lot of your time in your house, and to think that it is inherently bad for your spirituality isn’t great. Below is a list of tips and tricks to get the best Feng Shui from your surroundings.

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#1 Furniture Location

Put the heaviest, densest furniture in the southwest corner of the room, while leaving the northeast section open and clear. This helps positive energy to flow better.

Contributors: Myra Godfrey from Jaya Jaya Myra

#2 Furniture Size

Get furniture pieces that fit the room proportionately. I often see clients with overly large couches that overwhelm and stagnate the energy of a room.

Contributors: Maureen K. Calamia from Luminous Spaces Feng Shui

#4 Bed Placement

The number one tip for arranging a bedroom to get the best Feng Shui is command position. Placing the bed in a way that you can see the entrance/doorway from your bed but diagonally from the door and not in direct alignment with the door is the most optimal. If the room layout allows, place your bed against a solid wall and not in front of a window.

Making sure there’s room on both sides of the bed is also great especially if you are looking for a partner in life. If you are looking for that special someone and your bed is against the wall, I recommend shifting the bed away from the wall and placing a nightstand there, one for each side of the bed if possible. Also, make sure your bedroom is not cluttered and there’s enough space to move around freely without bumping into furniture.

Contributors: Marina V. Umali from Marina V Design Studio

#6 Energy Flow

When you approach a room you want to feel welcome; you want to feel the flow of energy moving through it; you want to feel at ease and you want to feel safe. In order to achieve that there must be no pieces of furniture blocking your pathway, no cords to trip over, no edges to have to dodge and no scary artwork that is off-putting. The human being is comfortable when there is personal space in a room with the ability to move around. There should be light, space, air and comfort. By comfort I don't mean cushy pillows everywhere, I mean non-threatening and balanced.

Contributors: Kac Young from Feng Shui Specialist

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Written by Taegan Lion

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