Newlyweds have special Feng Shui needs for this unique and exciting moment in their lives.
Emerging from the stress of wedding planning, you may be shifting into a new life by combining households and getting to know one another in fresh and possibly unexpected ways.
As a somewhat recent newlywed myself (OK, it’s been a few years now 😉 ) I remember it well….
- Do our tastes agree?
- What shall we do with all those wedding gifts?
- Do our families get along?
- Who is neater — and who’s the clutter-bug?
These and countless other questions will start to be answered over the next months and years, a sometimes rocky path that can be smoothed with a judicious use of Feng Shui.
If you’re just getting married, or know someone who is, you might like to put a few Feng Shui principles to work for this special time:
- Focus on the Relationship area of the Bagua Map, wherever it is located in your home.
- Pay special attention to the Feng Shui of your bedroom, making sure it stays clutter-free and cozy.
- Create a marriage bed that’s beautiful and welcoming, with nothing underneath it — at least for the time being.
- Employ the nourishing Earth element throughout your home to create a place where both of you feel grounded and at ease.
- Buy a few plants to enhance the New Beginnings area of the Bagua, which is also associated with Family, whose support and love you need during this important transition time.
If you’re just getting married, I wish you every happiness!
And let me know — how have smoothed the path on your new journey together as a couple?
(photo by ABG)