Have you ever noticed a change in your child’s behavior when the decor of their room has changed? Feng Shui has some ideas about that — let’s take a look.
Here’s some “Bad Feng Shui” in a model home I recently visited, with the child’s room set up like so:
This room is packed with animals of every shape and description.
I count twelve stuffed animals (I might have missed a few), plus painted animals on furniture and wall hangings, animals in the curtains and bed linens, and animal prints on the easy chair!
The giant giraffe alone is nightmarish.
Don’t get me wrong, stuffed animals are wonderful companions. But in Feng Shui it’s key that a child’s room feel calm and safe, private and roomy.
This room has so much going on it that the child himself may get lost.
In Feng Shui animals represent the Fire element, the most Yang element of all, so from a Feng Shui and Five Elements perspective, this room is way out of balance.
I’d suggest asking this child to choose a few favorite animal friends and sending the rest to bring vitality to other childrens’ rooms.