Feng Shui Romantic Tip
What’s Under Your Bed?
Struggling with your romantic relationship? Look under your bed. If you use this as a storage area, consider unclogging the channels of your romantic life by releasing the blocked energy that lays congealed under your bed. Using this as a storage area can cause confusion, restlessness, allergies, and sleepless nights. Allow the chi energy to be free to flow in a natural way, and as a result, you invite a happier, healthier, and more abundant experience. If you are looking for a loving partner or want the next step in commitment, good Feng Shui in your bedroom is essential. If you have a collection of your own stuff on your partner’s side of the bed, made even more dramatic by a mirror, the magnified message is that your relationship is less significant in your life, at least on a subconscious level. A bedroom with so many of one person’s possessions in view, leaves no room for a partner. Clear out one side of the bedroom to make room for that special person on an energetic level. If you want to share your life, make space for your person!
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Debra Duneier is the Founder and President of EcoChi, LLC, a Feng Shui Master Practitioner, an accredited LEED® Green Associate and Certified Eco-Designer. Debra is the creator of the EcoChi® system of design and the award winning author of EcoChi: Designing the Human Experience, released September, 17th 2011. Her training, background and perspective have made her a resource on topics including: Feng Shui, Green Design and Sustainability and Wellness, for media outlets including Martha Stewart Radio, Brokers Weekly, Social Life Magazine, Barons.com, CNBC, MSNBC, NBC, Sierra Club, The Huffington Post and the Associated Press. In addition to her EcoChi design consulting business, Debra is a keynote speaker and also runs workshops and seminars for a variety of corporations and trade organizations. She finds grounding in nature, friends and family in her North Fork, Long Island home in New York.
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