Bamboo is one of the most popular feng shui 'cures' and is a beautiful addition to just about any space in the home or office. In feng shui, bamboo is considered to be lucky. It teaches us to be flexible and open (bamboo is hollow on the inside) so that spirit can freely flow through you and heal you.
When you can say that you are completely surrounded with beautiful things that you love, it raises your personal vibration. Then, I can say that you've done perfect feng shui for yourself. "In the ideal world, your entire home is one big environmental affirmation. You are surrounded by objects and architecture that lift your spirits and please your senses, have wonderful feelings and memories associated with them, and continually affirm your harmony and balance in life. When
In traditional feng shui plants are not often recommended for the bedroom, however African violets might be an exception, at least to some feng shui practitioners. African violets are beautiful, colorful, easy to grow, have rounded leaves, and are thought to absorb electromagnetic rays from a TV, computer, or other electronics ... if you're forced to sleep in a room with these items.
One of my pet peeves is extremely large master bedrooms! Bedrooms are meant for rest and relaxation. We retreat there at the end of the day to unwind from the day – not to be stimulated and overwhelmed by such a large space and huge vistas of city lights! The one good thing about this photo is the designer must have intuitively felt the need for coziness and placed a welcoming 4-poster canopy bed in the room. If you're designing your bedroom, think small and cozy, using skin
Feng shui works by symbolism. If we place objects that mean wealth to us, say gold coins – to the wealth area of the house, it is said it will improve your cash flow. Place coins in a blue, red or purple crystal bowl for an added boost. No Chinese coins? Try chocolate gold coins!