Rich Bedroom Poor Bedroom (Secrets of Feng Shui)

Rich Bedroom Poor Bedroom (Secrets of Feng Shui)

by Jenny GY Xu


Publisher AHHYOO INC

Published in Home & Garden/Home Design, Home & Garden/Interior Design, Arts & Photography/Design & Decorative Arts, Nonfiction

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This lavishly illustrated guide explains the principles of Feng Shui in a comprehensive and aesthetic way, combining the secrets of Chinese wisdom with wise design tips to promote health, wealth, romance and prosperity.

In this book you will discover authentic Feng Shui design principles, guiding you to confidently create an aesthetic bedroom by balancing the natural and human-made environments. It also explains how, by making changes to your surroundings, you can cultivate good health, nourish relationships and attract prosperity at home.

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For example, in 2017 the Wu Wang, or the disastrous Flying Star #5, was located in the southern portion of the home, often the area of the bedroom. This meant that occupants might experience injury or illness for no apparent reason. My friend Jason, a semi-professional skier, went to Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort in mid-February 2017. He fell and dislocated several ribs and had to remain in bed for almost three months. He had no idea why this happened. On July 10, 2017, the fifteen-year-old daughter of a friend of mine began suffering heavy periods and stomach cramps for two months. On September 10, 2017, my friend Christine fell down a flight of stairs, injuring her left ankle.

Coincidentally, all of their bedrooms were located in the southern sector of their homes. Given that, in Feng Shui theory, south was the worst sector in 2017, people who spent more time in this area were far more susceptible to

misfortune than at any other time. Without a Feng Shui remedy, the occupants were more likely to suffer injury, illness or financial loss.

If your bed is placed facing straight toward your mirrored wardrobe or closet doors, you may experience irreversible damage to the body. Again, it may develop into serious illnesses like depression and anxiety. The mirror’s hard, reflective energy in the bedroom catches every bit of light and magnifies every sound, interfering with your ability to get a good night’s sleep.

A mirror disturbs and stirs up the atmosphere in the room. Mirrors reduce the feeling of sanctuary that you need in your bedroom to care for your health and your love life.

It’s not surprising if you’ve never heard of your unique relationship to planet Earth. But even without knowing it, your Romance Direction may be affecting your relationships in life.

We live in a magical universe of Feng Shui, which can bring you exactly what you desire in the most amazing and unbelievable ways. This doesn't mean that if you place your headboard toward your Romance Direction, romance will come your way just by doing nothing. You still should go out to meet people or join online dating sites to find your love.

It takes a little effort, but activating your Romance Direction is worth it if you want to find someone really special, as my client Judy did.

How Did Judy Do It?

Using Judy’s date of birth and gender, I determined that her Romance Direction is West. I advised her to activate the West portion of her house, in which her bedroom was located. She placed her bed facing toward the West, and she also placed a yellow vase with white fresh flowers in the room. That’s pretty easy to do, and it’s always nice to have fresh flowers around you.

“It took about a month before I noticed things really beginning to change in my dating life,” Judy said. Now beginning to change in my dating life,” Judy said. Now Judy is very happy with her Mr. Right.

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Author Profile

Jenny GY Xu

Jenny GY Xu

Jenny Xu received a degree in Architecture and Interior Design from UCLA Extension, with a special emphasis on Feng Shui. She has long been fascinated by this 5,000-year-old Chinese study of the impact of architecture and design on people and the environments in which they live and work. She and her team are committed to making sure that everyone has a comfortable living space, enjoys a happy and healthy lifestyle, and lives at peace in the world.

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