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Feng Shui Bedroom – The Private Bathroom

The bedroom is a resting place for the human body; the body sleeps here for at least 7 hours. Therefore, the bedroom has to be a place of peace and rest. The energy should be evenly distributed and flow smoothly throughout the room.

The bedroom is a balance between not having too much energy (yang) or too little energy (yin). A comfortable bedroom is where you always sleep well and feel totally refreshed after sleep. What happens when there is no balance?

If there is too much energy, the bedroom will become an active area and therefore it will be difficult to sleep. Also, wake up in the middle of the night – interrupted sleep.

If there is too little power, the place would become very quiet and lifeless. The person was sleeping but had difficulty waking up and did not feel rested at all.

the en-suite bathroom

Feng shui masters of old have always recommended that bathrooms (bathtubs and toilets) be outside the house.

However, we have made progress. The question now is, how do you manage the bathroom in the house, let alone adjoining the bedroom?

1. Whenever possible, do not have an en-suite bathroom. Have the door open on the landing instead of the bedroom.

If that is not possible, try to manage the flow of energy to the bathroom.

2. Keep the bathroom door closed at all times. This is to minimize the flow of energy from the bedroom to the bathroom.

3. Open bathroom window where possible and use of exhaust fan is recommended.

4. Keep the toilet lid down when flushing. This is to minimize the flow of energy out through the sewer.

5. When you drain the water from the bathtub or sink, try to keep the bathroom door closed to minimize this outward flow of energy.

Conclusion: These are simple steps to minimize energy output from the bedroom.

feng shui is a Chinese land management system that developed with the rise of Chinese civilization, more than 40 centuries ago. The system comprises the flows of energy in the dimensions of time and space. This energy is harnessed to create the living space (homes, buildings, towns, and cities) conducive for people to engage in the appropriate behaviors for better health, wealth, and happiness.

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