It’s just as important to feel good about your surroundings when you’re on the road, as it is in your own home surroundings.
So — how can you create good Feng Shui in a hotel room, where the furniture can’t be moved and the windows may not even open?
The atmosphere and furnishings may be stale and outdated, but it’s still very possible to bring good Chi energy with you wherever you go.
Here are my five best tips for creating good Feng Shui in hotels and guest rooms.
- Personalize your room with a “Feng Shui Travel Kit.” Mine contains a tea-light candle & holder, a small stuffed animal to keep me company, and a scarf with all 5 Elements colors in it to lift the Chi and remind me of home.
- A small water spray re-ionizes the air, creating a wonderfully fresh feeling in the room.
- Anchor yourself as you come and go by setting up a spot near the door for keys and other easy-to-lose essentials.
- For stays of longer than one night, consider changing the light bulbs in your room to brighten the space and bring in a better quality of Fire energy.
- Move the furniture around a bit. Can you set up a chair in the Command Position, or otherwise improve the flow of the room?
- Air out the room: bring in fresh Chi by opening the windows (if it’s possible to do so.)
- Add Wood vitality with a small bunch of fresh flowers from the corner store.
What are your best Feng Shui travel secrets? Send them along to share them in the comments