Is the stuff under your bed ruining your high-vibe bedroom?
Feng Shui is all about designing for optimal energy flow at home. It cautions against sharp corners, heavy objects, and clutter of all kinds. The ancient philosophy was born in China nearly 6,000 years ago, and it arose from the idea that the quality of our surroundings can dictate the quality of our lives.
Under-bed storage is the best of both worlds: Hiding shoes, clothes, and bedding is a quickly accessible solution for items you use every now and then, but it also keeps these sparingly-used things totally out of sight when you’re not using them. But according to Feng Shui, the stuff under your bed could be sabotaging your sleep. When physical clutter gets in the way, it can lead to similarly cluttered thoughts and restless nights.
While using the space under your bed is often practical, there are some things that just shouldn’t be stored there. Here are a few of them.
THINGS THAT REMIND YOU OF BAD MEMORIES
Their energy has been programmed with the negative emotions related to them, and this negativity will quickly blend in with your energy.
PICTURES OR GIFTS FROM PAST RELATIONSHIPS
The past should stay in the past, and keeping these things under your bed will only cause a disbalance in your current relationships and your romantic life.
OLD TORN CLOTHES OR SHOES
You may think that some of those clothes could come in handy on a lazy day, and you may be right. But not under your bed, as they will drain your vitality.
POTPOURRI OR OTHER DEAD PLANTS
Dead plants spread dead energy, it’s simple. So, instead of a mild fragrance, you can easily attract illnesses.
DAMAGED OR BROKEN ITEMS
The fact that they are broken means that their vibration is also damaged, and thus damaging. These items will sabotage your luck, turning it into bad luck.
Not only because they are old and you don’t really use them anymore, but also because they correspond to metal, one of the elements in Feng Shui, and keeping it under your bed can bring you to uncontrolled situations and fears.
Suitcases belong in the basement or out of bedroom storage space, unless they’re doing their part too. Why not fill the suitcases and make your below the bed space work harder?
Unless these cold-weather items are in vacuum-sealed bags, they’ll probably take up too much room below your bed.
Everything about your bed is connected with your personal energy. Hence, everything on your bed can either enhance or deplete your energy or chi. So to sum up, if possible store nothing under you bed. If you have to, then always pick things you need for sleep and keep them organized and clean!