For a few months recently I had trouble getting a good night’s sleep.
At about 4 am I’d wake up, toss and turn, and finally fall back to restless sleep until it was time to get up in the morning, tired and cranky.
I began to search for the culprit in my bedroom, where I have no mirrors or books (or any of the other Feng Shui bedroom no-no’s. )
Finally I saw the bad Feng Shui in my bedroom: my sleep was being disturbed by “cutting Chi” that was aimed right at my head from my bedside table.
The sharp edges of the metal chest literally directed “knife-energy” at me, all through the night.
I replaced the chest with a low wooden table, and got dramatic results.
I’ve been sleeping through the night ever since.
Even when you’re not aware of it, the sharp edges that create Cutting Chi — also known as “Sha” Chi or Poison Arrows — cause your body to subconsciously recoil, preventing you from ever feeling completely relaxed.
Cutting Chi typically emanates from things like the edges of tables and bookshelves and protruding corners in the walls of a room.
If you have trouble sleeping through the night you, too, may be a victim of Cutting Chi.
A good Feng Shui look at your bedroom can reveal the culprit — give me a call and let’s find out.