Part of the fun of being a Feng Shui expert is spotting pictures of truly-terrible Feng Shui in popular design magazines and using them as examples of “What Not to Do.”
Here are a few recent magazine examples of bad Feng Shui in the bedroom.
To begin with, how would you like to sleep under this aggressive-looking lamp?
It feels like the lamp might eat you alive!
The uneasy, unsafe feeling you’d have with this fixture hanging over you all night creates bad bedroom Feng Shui by violating one of its main tenets.
For good Feng Shui, your bedroom should feel like the most secure and safe place in your home.
Or how about this example:
This pair of watchful eyes will make you feel a little too scrutinized as you sleep, similar to the way that family photos can create bad Feng Shui in the bedroom,
I know I’d feel uncomfortable with this spooky image hovering over me all night.
What do you think of it?
And then there’s this:
From a Feng Shui perspective two things are wrong with this bedroom decor.
The words “I know” are ambiguous in a bedroom — does one member of this couple feel that he or she “knows” better than the other?
Even worse, having powerful electromagnetic energy near your head as you sleep is downright harmful.
Both of these aspects of this bedroom could well create problems for the couple in terms of their relationship, their health, and their peace of mind.
What do you think: can Feng Shui save these bedrooms?
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