Part 2 – The Bedroom and Office
Color: Blue evokes serenity, reassurance, and calm. It’s been shown to help reduce blood pressure and heart rate.
Energy: Electronics and Bed Placement
Electronics are the most energy zapping things one can have in a bedroom. If possible eliminate them entirely. The light and frequency they emit can disturb sleep no matter how subtle or strong they are. Even the “battery charging” indicator on your phone can cause mental disruption. If you aren’t able to remove them from the room then make sure they are at least two feet away from the bed and turn off any that aren’t in use. For example, if you must have a television in the room, don’t fall asleep with it on. Watch your show, turn it off, and call it a night.
Feng Shui dictates that a bed should be placed diagonally across from the door, as well as allow for a clear view of the room and décor.
Nature: Lavender. The lavender plant is fragrant and colorful in a soft way. It is also effective for keeping the bedroom air fresh rather than stuffy.
Color: Purple is a bold color that stimulates creativity and evokes a sense of financial stability. This makes if perfect for a space that is focus creating the best version of talents and making money in the process.
Energy: Shape and Placement
In general stick to distinct lines and angular shapes in a place of work. They’ve been shown to increase productivity and reduce fatigue.
Feng Shui dictates that a desk should face away from a wall because when it faces the wall they there is a negative effect on concentration levels and inspired thinking.
Nature: Plants that have simplistic designs and require very little care are ideal for an office. A work space is most comfortable if it feels like a “no fuss” area so plants that are delicate and require special attention would be distracting. Try a simple orchid.
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