Bring positive energy to your bedroom with these simple steps
Human beings are made of energies. These energies, positive and negative influence our desires, dreams, as well as our capacity for inner peace and reflection. It goes without saying that we need to have as much positive energy as possible. Fortunately there are known laws and principles we can follow to harness the positive energy around us.
Whether we are single or in relationship, our bedrooms should be able to give us a reason to be excited, relax and renew ourselves. Your bedroom is a reflection of the most intimate part of you; it is where you sleep, dream, desire, and experience love. It is a place where you are highly physical and emotional.
The key to creating positive energy in the bedroom begins not with design, but, aligning it with who you really are and what really you want.
Write down what you want your bedroom to look, smell and feel like. Then enter your bedroom and take a long impartial look at it. Does it reflect who you are, and what you want for your life?
What do you desire most in your life? Is it passion, sensuality, romance, spirituality, joy, freedom, pleasure or perfection? So make sure to surround yourself with objects that exude the energy you want.
What do the colors represent to you? Whatever your style, subtle lighting, pastel colors, and timeless, luxurious furniture create the most nurturing environment. Soft greys, creams, beiges, and earth tones are excellent colors to calm the spirit.
Your bed is the place where you renew yourself physically, emotionally, and spiritually the place where you journey in your dreams, a place of healing and physical love, so pay special attention to it.
Do not put the side or back of your bed against a wall. Give it an inch or two of space to prevent energy from being trapped. It is important for your body to have a sense of flow within its sleeping space.
If you have a chair in the room, make sure it is facing at an angle to the door or the bed. It is inviting and will encourage your partner or yourself to use it. Do not pile it up with clothes and magazines.
Do not sleep under a window or by an uncovered window, because unless your partner is an exhibitionist, he or she will not enjoy the lack of privacy and intimacy.
Keep the space under your bed clear of clutter; it magnifies the mental clutter you keep in the dark spaces of your mind.
Your partner sees you how you see yourself. The next time you see yourself in the mirror, look at yourself in the eye, smile, and say something positive to yourself. Some examples of what you can say are: “I am beautiful.” “I look good today!” “I am enough.” “I am strong.” “I am amazing.”
“I am thankful to be alive.” Whether you are aware of it or not, you are sharing a space that contains all the unspoken words that you forget to say but still feel for each other. As Robert T. Kiosaki says, it is not what you say out of your mouth that determines your life; it is what you whisper to yourself that has the most power.