Does Feng Shui in the bedroom really matter? We’ve all had varying advice, including sleeping in a particular direction or placing different objects in the room, to ensure the smooth flow of Qi or material energy.
Some even believe this has far-reaching consequences on our lives and even marriage.
We consulted Joey Yap, a renowned Feng Shui master and founder of the Mastery Academy of Chinese Metaphysics, for his advice and most of his answers surprised us.
Yap maintains that a good bedroom form can enhance our positive energy and act as a conducive environment to boost our health.
He says that a bedroom may be lavishly designed with a theme, quality materials and furniture, but if you still find yourself waking up feeling tired and restless, consider implementing Feng Shui.
The practice of Feng Shui takes into account both internal and external environmental factors. For instance, a bedroom can be situated in a positive sector of a home, but if the bed is placed in the wrong position, negative factors will still exist in the external and internal environment and as a result, attract negative implications.
For instance, most of what we think we know about bedroom Feng Shui is outdated and even a touch pedantic. According to Joey, “Not every little thing requires a Feng Shui element.” Instead, he offers sensible, practical tips rooted in common sense and the psychology of rest.
Here are some bedroom Feng Shui tips from Joey Yap, founder and chief consultant of Joey Yap Consulting Group.