Feng Shui For Men – Buying & Designing the Perfect Home to attract Love

For Men – Buying & Designing the Perfect Home to attract Love

On popular demand I have now written these feng shui tips for men, on buying & designing the perfect home to attract love.

However, I must stress that when I perform a feng shui consultation I have to take into account many more factors, such as the clients date of birth, the orientation and form of the house to see if it is supporting male/female energy, the orientation of the bedroom and bed to see if it is on hexagrams that support relationships.  I may have to angle the bedroom door and bed to attract a relationship  and so much more.

The tips below are general but they can be very powerful if followed fully with discipline.

  • Ensure that your home is not on a slope – homes on slopes cause an imbalance in relationship energy.
  • In your front garden plant some beautiful flowers on the right side.
  • Ensure that the Southwest and North of your house are not missing.
  • Plant some beautiful flowers in the Southwest & North positions of your garden.
  • Ensure the Southwest & North of your home are clean & clear.
  • In your sitting room place a photo of a romantic couple in the Southwest position.
  • Ensure in your kitchen the cooker & sink are not opposite or right next to each other as this formation causes turbulence in relationships.

Bedroom

  • Ensure you have a double bed with two pillows – to invite partner energy.
  • The bed must have a solid wooden or fabric headboard – to provide support.
  • Place 2 bedside tables either side of the bed (avoid round bedside tables) – to encourage a stable relationship. (Keep tables clear of any clutter)
  • Place rose quarts crystals and a candle on both bedside tables to activate love chi.
  • Position the bed so that its head is against the wall & it is not in direct line with the door or under a window– to offer protection and support.
  • Ensure the bed is not under any over-hanging cupboards, sloping ceiling or beams – these may cause stress, headaches and disturbed sleep.
  • Do not place heavy artwork above the head of your bed – this will cause disturbed sleep and can even be a safety hazard.
  • Ensure that you have space to walk on both sides of the bed.
  • Avoid any electrical appliances in the bedroom – to reduce electromagnetic pollution.
  • The door to the bedroom should be hung to face the wall to restrict view of the bed.
  • Place a pink orchid plant in the corner diagonally opposite the bedroom door.
  • On your left wall place a painting/artwork of a romantic couple or two flowers.
  • Ensure there are no mirrors reflecting you while you sleep – to avoid a disturbance in sleep.
  • Ensure there is no clutter here – so the energy can circulate.
  • Do not place photos of previous lovers, parents, children & religious figures etc in the bedroom.
  • Ensure you open the window regularly to allow the energy to renew and refresh.
  • Paint your bedroom a light & neutral colour.

Priya Sher – Feng Shui Consultant London based travels internationally

Copyright © 2010 Priya Sher

Comments
7 Responses to “Feng Shui For Men – Buying & Designing the Perfect Home to attract Love”
  1. kealan says:

    Thank you so much Priya. I will have to take these things into consideration when I move house next month. Looking forward to finding the perfect house to attract all possibilities including love.

  2. MJ says:

    Is it okay to use pink silk flower orchids/plastic orchids? Will it have the same effect as real orchids or planted orchids?

  3. hari says:

    Nice tips how to overcome TV in bedroom

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