Our bedroom is supposed to be our peaceful haven after a day of hustling. What we choose to put in our room can affect our daily lives significantly, be it positively or negatively. Here’s 3 things that have no place in our room.
Feng Shui believes that the television has no place in our bedroom. This is despite people nowadays enjoy the experience of lazying on their bed all day binging on their favourite Netflix series.
The reason for this discouragement is that the television contradicts with the main intention of our bedroom, which is sleep. The television is an electronic device that is highly ‘alive’. The moving images that’s being shown and the radiation that it emits are constantly conflicting with our rest.
If a television is still a requirement, perhaps it should be covered up when not in use, to keep it’s energy contained. However, not having it in the bedroom at all should be ultimately worked towards.
Mobile phones are such essentials in our lives that they are already being called the 79th organ of our body. Therefore, it’s understandable that people have trouble putting them out of their bedroom.
The radiation mobile phones emits affects our health and rest adversely. This reason alone is supposed to be sufficient for people to keep them away from us when we are sleeping. But apparently, it’s not. 99% of us still keep our mobile phones in our bedroom when we are resting. Beside the long-confirmed radiation issues, the sight of our mobile phones disturbs our mind when we are at rest or doing other things. This is because subconsciously, we could be expecting a notification beep. This causes us to not able to put in 100% into the things that we are doing.
Using too much mobile phones also takes away precious time that could be spent bonding with our partners as well. Therefore, mobile phones have no place in our bedrooms.
I used to have boxes of old textbooks stored under my bed. Such clutter attracts unnecessary dust accumulation. Overtime, hair, fur and even critters will be attracted to the dark, narrow alleys between the clutter boxes.
Trophies, photo frames, books, clothes, toiletries, pens, papers, furnitures, decorations, documents, and so on. When added up, they can be overwhelming, even for the most ardent hoarders.
Clutter has no place in our bedrooms. Let go of the stuff that are holding you back. You deserve to be free and happy.
Attaining a room that encourages us to rest and interact with our partners will help to improve our health and our relationships.
Therefore, it’ll be wise to parry down on the unnecessary stuff and remove any items that can potential impede our potential progressions.