1.- That is Feng-Shui.
Feng Shui (pronounced fun shoi in Cantonese, and fun shoi in Mandarin) appeared some 3,000 years ago (some mention 7,000 years) in China. Literally Feng Shui means wind and water, it is not based on religious principles, but is deeply mystical Like the Tao, but not in Taoism. It has its scientific bases in meditation, in physics and mathematics.
The aim of feng shui is to create energetically harmonized environments that favor the vitality and development of those who inhabit them. It is based on the idea that, just as in people, in space we can recognize the channels through which energy flows and act upon them.
2.- Location of the bedroom.
Sleeping is a yin activity, so the bedroom requires characteristics similar to passivity and rest. The location of the bedroom inside the house should be in the most protected and quiet place; Generally this place corresponds to the back of the houses. Regarding orientation, Feng-sui advises the following:
Northwest: The bedroom should be located northwest (celestial door). This direction is a divine symbol, if the master bedroom is located in this direction, the owner will concentrate on the work, and will not be affected by other external things.
South: this is the worst location.
Southeast: this direction favors and improves the health of the couple. If a single woman sleeps in this location she will be favored to achieve, over time, a good marriage.
This: according to Feng Shui scholars, is a direction full of positive Yang energy. If your bedroom has this location it generates a great activity, which translates into a lot of energy for the occupants. To this must also be added a well-regulated liver function.
Northeast: people with problems getting out of bed will exacerbate their problem if they sleep with that orientation. For their part, insomniacs find it ideal to have a bedroom in that location.
North: symbolizes cold and darkness. It induces deep sleep, the only problem is that if the person moves a lot while sleeping, they risk uncovering and cooling.
West: the west side leads to happiness and joy, if that is the location of a couple’s bedroom, the relationship will improve.
Southwest: symbolizes serenity, tradition, conservatism. Not a good place for the bedroom, as it scares the possibility of change that one must have in life. In addition, it causes lack of vitality and fatigue when waking up.
3.- Orientation of the bed.
While we sleep, all our senses go down to the smallest expression, but still the instinct of preservation keeps watch over the parts of the room where there is greater movement: The door and the window. Still asleep and with our eyes closed we watch the doors and windows that surround the bed where we rest, so the ideal is that doors and windows should be in front or on sides that do not leave our field of vision. A good wall should be the support and support to the head of the bed.
This scheme complies with the clear concept of Classic Feng Shui: Protective Mountain on the back and River of Wealth in front. In this case the Mountain is the solid wall and the River, the movement, the door. This is how you can correctly place a bed in the room.
A good wall should be the support and support to the head of the bed. It must be placed in such a way that the head or feet of the person (s) inside are never facing the door. It is important to be able to see the door and orient the bed so that our head is pointing north or east. Nothing should hang above the bed and there should be no tackle underneath. A good headboard provides a sense of security. You should try not to sleep under the window, but if you can not avoid it, it is important to cover the window with an opaque curtain.
4.- Furniture and bedroom accessories.
Bedroom furniture is preferable to have rounded edges, since sharp angles can provoke arguments and conflicts according to Feng-Shui. The bed is advisable to be wooden and single base, to avoid excessive individualism and favor the couple. The headboard must be solid and firm, to achieve a stable pair ·
5.- Colors and lighting of the bedroom.
The walls should be soft pastel colors and the carpets should be light colored to be able to blend with the other elements of the bedroom. Sheets, pillowcases, blankets and pillows (which must all be natural and non-synthetic fabrics) should also be pastel colored. · Shades of blue, indicated for protection and pleasant dreams · Light orange, bone or low intensity browns that help create a soft and relaxed environment. · Pink for love, and to calm the spirit · Avoid strong colors like red and yellow · Avoid n