The bedroom is a place of rest and peace. The human body needs at least 7 hours of sleep and the room is designed to be used for this purpose. There are specific requirements for the person to be rested and methodology of feng shui can be used to design this room.
The prerequisites for the design of the rooms are simple. The energy in the room needs to flow smoothly and evenly. This means, the obstacles on the ground and space for removal. What are the other requirements?
1 Bedroom Size:
What is the size of the room for two people to sleep? The appropriate size is 100 square feet (10 square meter) to about 200 square feet (20 m) to maximum. When the piece is too long, the energy is not flowing properly. That is why a large open room feels empty. The lack of privacy or heat.
In some countries, the size of the room is big enough for a small double bed. It is the economics of the situation. We must make the most of what we have.
2 form of the piece:
The best way is to regulate - square or rectangular. With regular form, energy can flow smoothly and evenly. No corners projection of power to negotiate or turning. When there is an irregular shape as an energy "L" can not be adequately distribute just let flow smoothly. Second, there is the issue of "energy Shar" comes from the protruding corner of the room. This energy is not good and that the person will not benefit.
3 drawers and cabinets:
Try placing these units and the overall shape of the room is regular (square or rectangular). Place cabinets full height so that the edges do not point to the sleeping body. The same goes for the drawers and dressing tables.
It is the application of common sense in the design of the room. The rules are simple, and when applied, are effective. The net result is that you get better sleep. That's what matters.
Feng shui is a Chinese system of land management which developed with rise of Chinese civilization, there are more than 40 centuries. The system includes energy in both the dimensions of time and space flows. This energy is used to create the living space (homes, buildings and cities) conducive for people to have appropriate behaviors to attain better health, wealth and happiness.