Friday, 4 August 2017

Feng Shui, Technology, and Health

Ease The Bad Effects Of Technology Through Feng Shui

Unlike before, we are currently living in a society that embraces technology, pollution, adulteration of food, and stress. We are so used to this kind of living that cancer, degenerative diseases, and restlessness are so commonly accepted.

Using mobile phones and tablets before bed could also affect the quality of sleep, and teenagers are the most affected. Your sleep gets disturbed by text messages, emails, calls, or reminders. Researchers warn against using gadgets with a bright light display for more than an hour before going to bed. It can suppress the body's melatonin.

About 72 percent of children ages 6 to 17 years old, sleep with at least one electronic device in their bedroom. This resulted to getting less sleep on school nights.

Scientists note that chronically suppressed melatonin has been linked to increased risks of breast, colon, and prostate cancers. These devices have medical, and biological effects to humans. It was introduced to us without even requiring any health studies on their impact.

7 Feng Shui Ways To A Quality Sleep

1.) Say no to technology.

Television, phones, and computer all emit harmful rays that can not only disrupt your sleep but also reduce your Chi or good energy.

2.) Remove books and mirrors.

Mirrors have the same effect as their reflective nature, and can interrupt your sleep. They are considered to be negative feng shui in the bedroom. Books are considered stimulating in nature, and may impact on a good night sleep.

If you can't remove the mirrors from your space, try covering them up before you go to sleep.

3.) Maintain a clutter free space.

Make your bed right after waking up and remove all clutter. A cluttered room can not only contribute to a restless night's sleep but it can also impact on your ability to manifest goals, dreams, and money.

4.) Stay away from sharp edges.

Sharp edges pointing towards you while you sleep are considered to be negative Feng Shui, and can contribute to a bad sleep. This includes unstable artwork over the bed, sharp headboard edges, or having the bed lined up with a sharp corner of a room.

The bed should be located where you are able to easily see the door but not directly in line with it.

5.) Use peaceful colors, textures, and smells.

Choose colors that promotes calmness such as pastel shades. A warm pink color is best for the bedroom as it promotes love, romance, and peace.

Choose rich, soft fabrics, and natural organic sheets.

Essential oils of lavender, sandalwood, or rose can also be calming, and help you go to sleep.

6.) Remove photos, and large plants.

Photos in the room can unconsciously create a feeling of lack of privacy, and can impact on your ability to switch off your mind, and go to sleep.

Having large plants in your bedroom can drain the nurturing energy of the room, and creates an energy of growth rather than relaxation.

7.) Create balance.

Both sides of the bed should have the same pieces of furniture. This stimulates a connection, and bond with your partner, or helps you to attract one.

Having more stuff on one side of the room can make the person sleeping on that side feel burdened, or that they are carrying more weight in their relationship.

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