Greetings from San Diego, where my family and I are vacationing and visiting friends and family.
I had intended to do a Valentine theme tip this month (and may still), but while traveling I was inspired in a different direction.
We're staying with some good friends who have generously given us there bedroom and are sleeping in the smaller guest room. The bed we're sleeping in is positioned directly below a large window, and I have not slept soundly since arriving. So here's the tip:
Have your bed located against a solid wall
There are several reasons for this.
First, which probably explains what I'm experiencing, is that chi or life energy, enters your home through doors and windows. Sleeping beneath a window places you much to close to that stimulating energy, which can interfere with quality sleep.
Second, it's important to sleep with the support of a solid wall behind you, because energetically that support is transferrred to you, possibly manifesting in ways such as supportive people in your life, and a feeling of support from the source, God, or universe, if you will.
To increase this feeling of support, having a solid headboard is wonderful. If resources or space won't allow for this, you can acheive the same energetic affect by tacking a heavy piece of cloth or a tapestry behind your bed.
When considering Feng Shui, particular attention is always given to any place you spend a significant amount of time, so the bedroom is of vital importance.
If, due to layout you have to place your bed under a window, keeping that window always curtained or shuttered can minimize the stimulating energy entering there and add a feeling of support. The heavier the fabric the better.
Here's to your good rest. I'm looking forward to sleeping in my own bed soon!