How to improve sleep quality with Feng Shui?


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A good night’s sleep could help improve our health, memory and decision-making.


From the perspective of traditional Chinese Feng Shui, the ideal position for the bed is to have the headboard against a solid wall that has no openings (for example windows or doors) and the other side of the wall has no draining energy (for example a bathroom or a stairway).


If you are having trouble having a good night’s sleep, this might be why from the perspective of Feng Shui:


#1 - The room is way too big



Qi needs to be collected. When the room is big or the ceiling is high, Qi disperses.



#2 - Have a mirror reflecting the bed



Mirrors have reflected light. The ray from this reflected light is a health hazard. The bigger the mirror, the more destructive. If you are currently experiencing partner cheating or wanting to have a baby but not happening, suggest you remove the mirror as early as possible.



#3 - Have arts or photos with human figures in



Every object carries energy. Where there is a figure, there is a spirit. Despite who are in the photos, human figures need to be avoided in the bedroom. In a room where you allow your body to repair and get ready for the next day, you need to provide an environment with energy (both visible and invisible) that is as pure and clear as possible.



#4 - The other side of the headboard wall is a stairway or a bathroom



Stairways and bathrooms are draining energy. Even it is on the other side of the wall, the energy is so destructive that it greatly affects your sleep quality. If you are currently ill or in the process of healing, suggest you reconfigure your bed as early as possible. Having a stairway or bathroom on the other side of the headboard wall slows down your recovery.



#5 - Your headboard is right under a window



Sleep under a window could trigger respiratory diseases and illnesses. The noise and light from outside could trigger disturbed sleep.


Since we all have different energy level, even the same home designs could affect us differently. If you are currently having trouble having a good night’s sleep and you are looking for a solution, try Feng Shui. What if it really works?


While integrating with your personal tastes and needs, Jun Feng Shui uses authentic Feng Shui theories and applicable concepts to help you select a lot, build or renovate a house, choose a home and create a balanced and supportive living environment. We work with home owners, architects, builders and designers. To learn more about our services, please visit www.naplesfengshui.com.

Updated: Feb 16

Is Feng Shui an either-takes-it-all-or-nothing thing?


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Feng Shui Consultant Naples Florida Jun Feng Shui

We’ve got some feedbacks regarding our recent Instagram posts on which we’d like to share some of our thoughts with you today.


Regarding “If possible, avoid living near swamps or stagnant ponds” and “If possible, avoid living near buildings associated with illness, death and decay”, some have commented “That eliminate Florida and NYC”.


There are two angles to think about it:


#1 - Feng Shui is intended to be integrated, not followed.


There is no 100% good Feng Shui. You can’t mark ✔️ on all your Feng Shui to-do list and it is almost impossible for anybody to do so. On the other hand, Feng Shui is not meant to achieve it anyway. That’s why we “integrate” Feng Shui. We don’t “follow”. You and me we all have different tastes, needs, limitations…depending on individual, integrate Feng Shui principles as much as you could, and only those that resonate with you personally. Even if you have integrated just a few, you have already avoided some destructive energy from your living environment. Feng Shui is not an either-take-it-all-or-nothing thing.


#2 - Optimize your living environment with what you have and what you can get is the value of our Feng Shui work.


When it comes to our happiness and well-being, we can not put focus on just one area of our life. Similarly, when it comes to evaluating Feng Shui, we need to put into consideration all aspects, not just one or two. Balance, is what we are trying to achieve in Feng Shui. With what you have and what you can get, helping you optimize your living environment is the value of our Feng Shui work.


Feng Shui is an art of living in harmony with our environment. It is a scientific study that has developed for more than three thousand years. It is not a religion. It is not a style of a house. It is not specific to the Chinese.


While integrating with your personal tastes and needs, Jun Feng Shui uses authentic Feng Shui theories and applicable concepts to help you select a lot, build or renovate a house, choose a home and create a balanced and supportive living environment. We work with home owners, architects, builders and designers. To learn more about our services, please visit www.naplesfengshui.com.