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5 Steps to Improve Your Intimate Relationships with Feng Shui
By Debra Jarvis
What to have (and not have) in the bedroom
Bedrooms are for Sex and Sleeping, the Boudoir!
Feng Shui suggests the bigger the bedroom the higher the divorce rate.
Ideally bedrooms are intimate spaces for two people to come together in love and trust.
Exercise equipment, computers, games, televisions, books, crafts and hobbies don’t belong here.
Create a cosy safe environment. For overly large rooms, consider investing in a canopy bed and draping fabric creating a more intimate space.
Mirrors and Relationships
Ideally bedrooms have one or less mirrors.
The book ‘ABC of Feng Shui’ tells us mirrors may contribute to poor sleep and reflections can startle us if we wake suddenly.
Consider curtaining mirrors just like you close the curtains over the windows.
In Feng Shui mirrors are representative of the water element and it is believed that where there is water to the left of the main entrance, there is infidelity.
Also avoid storing mirrors (especially face up) under the bed unless you want extensive nocturnal activity.
Feng Shui recommends sheets be in skin tones such as soft pinks, creams and light to mid-range browns which are good for commitment.
Greens and blues are best avoided, as they tend to cool relationships off.
Black satin is good if you want a steady stream of partners.
Bright red and hot pink can be beneficial for a hot date, but beware passion ‘burn’ out.
Is your home so full of stuff that there’s no room for anything or anyone else in your life?
Feng Shui tells us everything has memories, feelings and associations connected to people, places and events.
Create space in your wardrobe from top to bottom. Empty bedroom draws on one side of the bed, sleep on the other.
Create room in the bathroom cupboards for your significant other.
Although you may not be intending they move in, let the universe know there is room in your life.
What’s your art saying to you?
Are images of ones and threes?
Do you have pairs separated at either end of the mantelpiece or cabinet.
It's likely the images your sub-conscious sees on a daily basis reflects your situation.
Bring in pictures depicting pairs and move the separated items back together.
Mary* had a boy and girl on her bedside table with a candle between them.
It was suggested that she move the candle back and had the boy and girl touching.
Six weeks later she had a new man in her life. Although both in their fifties, their relationship has a joyful, mischievous, playful quality.
* Not her real name, to protect client confidentiality.