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Kenny Hoo | Fengshui Tips For Bedroom

05/04/2016 | created by : RENOF
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Good Feng Shui in bedroom is important for the health and relationship of couples. Kenny Hoo of GOOD FENG SHUI gives you some tips on setting your bedroom. 

 

  • 1-Wedding photo is one of the very good sources of romance in Feng Shui. Do not hang your wedding photo on top of your bed – should hang in front of the bed.

  • 2-Other photos that represent romantic feeling such as flower, lovers should not hang at the exact East, West, South and North sectors of the room as these may introduce third-part affairs.

  • 3-The bed should always have a solid wall behind it, not any window. Solid wall acts as a support and thus to ensure to get a deep sleep every night.

  • 4-The wall behind the bed should not have any altar. This will cause health problems.

  • 5-If possible, there should also be no mirrors in the bedroom. Especially directly in front of the bed, or facing the room door. Mirrors should also not face the side of the bed.

  • 6-Mirror in the bed room should not face to any window as it may attract negative energies from outside.

  • 7-If there are mirrors inside the built in cupboard, the mirrors should not reflect to the bed when the cupboard door is open.

  • 8-The TV screen acts like a mirror. Therefore, TV should not face to the bed directly.

  • 9-Do not paint the room in red, pink, brown or yellow colour as these represent fire and earth elements. It can cause sickness especially when the inauspicious yearly forces reach the room area.

  • 10-If the bathroom door is facing to the bed directly, ensure that the bathroom door is closed all the time. An auto door-closer can be installed at the toilet door.

  • 11-Ceiling fan cannot be installed at the centre point of the bed. Try to align the fan to be away from the bed.

  • 12-Do not place plants inside the bed room as this will create problems in health and relationship to the occupants.

  • 13-Plants can be placed in the bathroom.

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About the author:

许鸿方(Kenny Hoo) 自小醉心中华文化与术数研究。荣获大学奖学金,修读电脑工程荣誉学位。曾任职多家海内外上市机构,并曾担任亚太区域高级董事一职。2000年开始从事风水堪舆研究事业,创办"好风水堪舆研究机构" (www.GoodFengShui.com),专业提供阴阳宅堪舆设计规划服务。2005年获得台湾当局颁发‘全球十大专业人才精英奖'及‘全球十大优质企业精品奖'。2009年获得中国大陆之中国文化信息协会推举为‘中华文化传播学家'。并与两岸三地海内外,一百名为中华文化发展不遗馀力、努力贡献的英杰们,齐列入《璀璨神州》丛书,并被选为封面人物。

 

Master KENNY HOO is the founder and chief researcher of Good Feng Shui Geomantic Research (www.GoodFengShui.com), a company that provides professional research and consultation services. It is based in Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.

He holds a Bachelor (Hons.) Degree in Computer Science from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He has held various posts, including systems engineer and International Sales Director in multi-national and public-listed companies prior to his full-time involvement in Feng Shui.

With strong technical, sales and marketing experiences in information technology and telecommunications fields, Hoo combines traditional Feng Shui methodology with modern, scientific tools and technologies in his geomantic research and studies.

He has also formularised his own, international awards-winning “Good Feng Shui Converge Water Technique” by combining the various schools of thought in the Yi-Jing theories.

 

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