Keep Buddha Statues Out of Your Bedroom

Keep Buddha Statues Out of Your Bedroom


I am a huge fan of Buddha and Quan Yin statues; in fact, I am a bit of a collector. These are great for adding elements to to a space, and for adding strong cures to specific areas. More on that later. Where they are NOT good is in your bedroom.
Though they often look peaceful, this type of statue disturbs the peaceful energy of your bedroom and interferes with ROMANCE and, by the way, sleep because of their strong representation of deity.
It’s best to keep Buddha, or any statue of any deity out of your bedroom if you want to enhance romance. 

This is art, this is light!


This art installation is from one of my manufacturers, PureEdge Lighting at a lighting show I recently attended in Chicago. I love it because it captures the essence of everything that we aspire to in Feng Shui.
Feng Shui is about movement, balance and balancing the flow of energy in a space, but relies on one’s own energy and drive to understand and accept one’s self and to thrive. And live. And dance through life. This is art, this is light!

Keep Work Out of the Bedroom


Having a desk with your bills, computer and work is one of the fastest ways to kill romance. The fastest, by the way, is to have a big tv in your bedroom.

Consider removing the desk if you can relocate it, or, at the very least, get a desk that can close up, like a roll top desk or armoire and a partition so you are not facing it while sleeping.

Seeing Red…


Red, long the color of romance, is appropriate in reasonable doses in your bedroom according to Feng Shui. If a little is good, a lot is better does not apply here. Feng Shui is about Balance.

A pair of red candles is good, but you must light them and they should burn fairly equally.

Red artwork, preferably with a pair of something depicted in it is good as well.

A pair of red pillows, great!

No red beds-that’s too much.

Too much red and somebody will get burned.