Interiors Therapy & Feng Shui Relationships

Broken Bedroom Broken Heart

Oct 09, 2020

To give you (and a partner) the most auspicious environment for your wellbeing, relationships, mental and physical health, the space you sleep in has to support you in the best possible way.

When I work with my Interiors Therapy clients, the bedroom is the place we start. Here I can see what’s going on in their lives. Interiors Therapy helps regain their self respect and puts them in a happier place.

If your sleep and relationships aren’t all they could be, some of these elements may be uncomfortably familiar:

1.      Clutter – always bad news for relaxing properly, quality sleep, breathing sufficient oxygen and general state of mind.

2.      Plants in the bedroom – There are few plants which are good for a bedroom environment. Devil’s Ivy with its prickly stems is certainly not one of them. If you must have plants choose non-spiky options which do not emit carbon dioxide at night.

3.      Food and dirty crockery – Leaving abandoned munchies in the bedroom attracts vermin and flies. Euw!

4.      Family photos are not conducive to romance – Do you really want Grandpa and the kids watching?

5.      Medication on display – A reminder of feeling unwell and a high risk for children.

6.      Kid’s toys have no place in the bedroom – this is the space for ‘me time’ and love. Not lego!

7.      Stuff you just left there – If it doesn’t belong in a bedroom, find somewhere else for it.

8.      Buddha – There are a myriad reasons why Buddha has no place in your bedroom. Celibacy, poverty and family separation are just three. Respect for the deity would deter a practicing Buddhist from placing the Buddha anywhere he would ‘see’ you naked.

9.      Broken furniture – symbolic of things breaking in your life. Fix it.

10.  Disorganised drawers represent a disorganized life. If you want things to flow a little more easily, sort them out!

If you’d like to know more, ‘Welcome Home, How Stuff Makes or Breaks your Relationship’ (£14.99 Panoma Press) is the blueprint to Interiors Therapy and living a happier life whether you are single or partnered.