Holding onto objects can be, according to Feng Shui, a reflection of our fear of change, rebirth, and success. If we hold on to old energies, we don’t leave room for new ones to enter our lives. Surrounding yourself with too much stuff is a way to tell the universe that there is no room for the experiences that it wants to offer to you.
5. Storing Objects Under Your Bed
Your bed and bedroom are crucially important places in Feng Shui. Your bedroom should be a sanctuary dedicated to rest and renewal. It is a space for personal growth, where dreams and projects are born.
This is why it is important to allow energy to circulate freely in your bedroom, and especially under your bed. If it is blocked, you will not get a good rest and you will approach all your activities in a bad mood. Don’t use the space under your bed for storage; instead leave it absolutely clean and free of dust, as Feng Shui experts advise.
6. Bad Furniture and Decor Arrangements
As mentioned before, Feng Shui has many suggestions that it can provide to interior designers and decorators but it is an approach that goes beyond aesthetics. Instead if you are following Feng Shui teachings, your goal should be to prioritise balance and equilibrium. Placing mirrors in front of a bed, having a bed lined up against a wall, putting furniture in corners, and having a coat rack near an entrance are all mistakes that can undermine the health of your home, according to Feng Shui.
Keep in mind that comfort and balance are your goals. Take care of details like these, and a healthy and abundant energy will prevail in your home.
If you avoid the mistakes listed here, you may soon find that Feng Shui has rid your home, and you, of some unhelpful habits.