Now that you both have moved into your own space, it’s time to clear out the clutter and make way for a brand new season of growth, while keeping the warmth and love alive. Your first home together, whether it be an apartment, condo, or house…should support your marriage energetically.
A Balanced Bedroom for Two…Feng Shui for Love
Lets start with your master bedroom, which is the most important room in the house designed to keep the energies aligned rightfully for your relationship. You do spend every night together in the same bed…so it’s no wonder the bedroom carries the most energy towards your love life.
The bed itself plays an important role…so think of how you want it to look and what you wish for it to portray. First & foremost, invest in new bedding when moving into your first home together with your significant other. This includes a whole new bed, comforter, sheets, pillows, etc. The energies of other people who’ve slept in your old bed still lingers there…can we say “relationship residue”?!? …and from a feng shui point of view, you wouldn’t want any ghosts haunting you both in your sleep, now would you?
The back of the bed should be set up against a solid wall, not a window, to face the door. Circular or oval styled mattresses are best for promoting romantic chi. If you choose not to purchase a mattress with this soft-edged shape, you can do the same for pillow and chairs instead. Stick to color tones of brown, pink, & peach for a touch of softness. For a little extra spice, add some fiery reds into the mix if you wish.
What goes on on top of the bed is privately & intimately your business…but what about under the bed? If you’d like a happier, healthier love life, get down on the floor & take a look underneath. Clearing this space out beneath your bed will be just the ticket you need to maintaining and/or improving romance. Relocate any items you use regularly, then discard or donate the rest. By keeping the space beneath your bed totally clear, you’ll resolve any deceptions, hidden resentments and childhood traumas that have affected your romantic relationships.
Now, what about next to the bed? This is where you will most likely find nightstands and tables with lamps placed on top. If you do have these types of pieces, make sure they are equality placed on both sides of the bed by using the same furniture and decorated accents on its’ surface. Equality equals balance! And the more soft the lighting, the sexier your space will be.
The only photos that should make their appearance into the bedroom are snapshots of you & your spouse, only! Like the “Keep Out” sign swinging on the door-knob, apply the same rule for family/friend photos to “keep out” the negative energy & experiences of others from affecting your relationship and/or marriage. This is about the two of you…and your relationship together…nobody else included. Unwelcomed, uninvited, third-wheel and butt-ing in your relationship business? Keep those energies away, please!
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