According to Feng Shui your bed is considered the most important piece of furniture you own.
For the best possible chance at a happy love life you’ll want to sleep and nurture your love life in a bed that’s “Goldilocks size:” not too big, not too small, but just right.
Especially when you’re trying to attract a new relationship or bring more romance into your life, consider hitting the re-set button by purchasing a new bed that supports your intentions.
King-sized beds can be too big for a happy relationship.
Luxurious as all that space may be, king beds can be roomy enough to accommodate uninvited guests, like pets and kids.
- A King-size bed offers so much extra room that it’s inviting to third parties who want to join you in bed. I’ve seen plenty of cases where the family dog shares the bed every night with “Mom & Dad,” taking the romantic feeling right out of that bed!
A third party doesn’t even need to be present in order to be a problem. One of my clients felt threatened by her husband’s ex-wife: the vast size of their king-sized bed seemed to attract this invisible third party and things definitely improved when they downsized to a queen bed.
A king-sized bed can interfere with your relationship, allowing you to drift away from your lover.
- King-sized beds divide you from your lover because most King mattresses have twin box springs underneath them that split the bed down the middle, symbolically separating the two people in the bed.
In many cases it’s not just symbolic, either: you can actually feel the separation between those box springs right through the mattress. It’s uncomfortable to sleep on that center line, so two people drift apart during the night, losing their connection.
On the other hand, full or double beds are usually too small for two people.