3 Bedroom Feng Shui Secrets for Good Health and Sleep

3 Bedroom Feng Shui Secrets for Good Health and Sleep

Your bedroom is the most important room in Feng Shui.


Because we spend more time there than any other room in the house.

Also, because, from a symbolic aspect, your bedroom represents your personality and relationships. 

(But there’s a whole other article about how each room influences our life.)

So if the bedroom is so important…

How can you Feng Shui your bedroom for better health and sleep?

In this article, you’ll discover 3 easy Feng Shui principles guaranteed to help you enjoy good sleep and better health.

Let’s start!

#1. Keep Your Bed Parallel

This is key to your health…

Did you know…

Roads are huge bodies of solid rock-like material, floating on shifting soil that:

  • Carry subtle vibrations caused by the movement of cars.
  • Affect wind patterns due to their thermal properties.
  •  Disrupt the earth’s magnetic forces.

All of these wave-like energies emanate from both sides of any road, affecting the houses (ad the people) alongside them.

How does this connect with you and me?

While we sleep, our bodies release electromagnetic energy and heat, which emanates from the two natural poles of our body, our head, and feet.

The release of energy and heat allows our bodies to let go of pent-up electromagnetic energy collected during the day.

But when a bed’s head is facing the road, the subtle energies emitted from our bodies, directly collide with magnetic and seismic energy emitted from the front road.

The result:

A rebounding effect, forcing the energy released from our head back to our body.

Prolonged exposure leads to frequent headaches, shoulder and neck problems, poor sleep quality and general restlessness.

(Where’s your bed head facing?)


When the foot of a bed faces the road, the energies from your feet collide with that from the road, which affects your lower body.

That’s why:

People with their bed’s foot facing the road will suffer from problems with their lower joints, knees and nerves (which leads to higher instances of “clumsiness too).

This is why, it is seen as bad Feng Shui to have your bed’s head or the foot of your bed pointing to the road in front of your house.

To fix this bedroom Feng Shui problem:

Make sure that your bed is parallel to the road in front of your house. The allows the energy from the road to interact with your body from the side, allowing it to “roll” over you.

The release of energy from your feet and head is then unencumbered which allows for better rest and long-term health.

The next bedroom Feng Shui tip is…

#2. Get Rid of EM Radiation

Electricity is everywhere these days…

And, it doesn’t stay contained within the appliances which use it…

In fact, electromagnetic energy leaks 
into its environment from all electrical devices.


Our bodies were not designed to be bombarded by these constant electrical influences, right?.

Especially not for extended continuous periods, such as when we sleep.

Even when a TV has been off for hours, it still releases certain levels of electromagnetic energy.

When the TV is too close to the bed:

This electromagnetic field interferes with your body’s nervous system. Especially when the TV is at the foot or the head of your bed.

This can have disastrous effects on your health.

If you have a TV at the foot or the head of your bed…

…over time, you will start to experience health problems associated with nerve damage in either the lower or upper body (depending on the TV’s location).

For example: 

If you talk to most people with a TV at the foot of their bed:

They’ll admit to having back problem or problems with the nerves in their legs.

On a side note, and purely from a muscular perspective, if you watch a TV at the end of your bed while lying in bed, you’ll likely experience long-term damage to your neck and shoulders by the way you sit up to watch it.

#3. Keep Books & Bears Out of the Bedroom.

I know… right? 🙁 …

People love collecting books and stuffed toys in their bedrooms.

But both ignite allergies and deteriorate overall health.

The reason?


Carried in by the wind or produced in our homes, dust is made of many things; sand, dirt, pollen, or even mold and fungi.

If too much of this dust collects around us, it leads to serious health problems.

In the short term:

Dust ignites allergy weaknesses and weakens the immune system.

But, in the long-term…

Continuous inhalation of high concentrations of dust can lead to lower lung efficiency – and heart problems!


You’re not going to like this, but…

Our beloved books and stuffed toys collect a lot of dust.

that’s why it’s bad bedroom Feng Shui to have clutter, especially books, and plush toys in your bedroom.

BUT before you throw out Mr snuggles and your favorite book…

It’s Ok, to have one book or teddy. The point is to keep it to a minimum.

If you’re a serious teddy enthusiast love to fill your room with books, it’s time to let them sleep somewhere else.

Hope you have enjoyed our bedroom Feng Shui tips!

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Why This Feng Shui Expert has 2,000 students but none become consultants.

Why This Feng Shui Expert has 2,000 students but none become consultants.

The Feng Shui expert interviewed for this article spent over 25 years consulting for some of Asia’s wealthiest families including Forbes 100 members and members of Royalty.  In her many years, she conducted private consultations for over $5 Billion in property and hosted one of Asia’s Top Feng Shui TV shows.

Although having retired from consulting work over 5 years ago, Aur has not stopped using her vast knowledge of ancient ways. She currently has over 2,000 students, some of which have studied with her for over 5 years, but none of them have ventured into the (often lucrative) world of Feng Shui consultancy.

It may seem strange, at first. But when we spoke to Aur herself about this, it made sense.  See for yourself why none of her students become Feng Shui consultants.

“People often assume that learning Feng Shui is something only for architects or decorators,” said Aur.

Feng Shui Misconceptions

 They think that you can only use it when renovating or building a property. What they forget is that Feng Shui is a study of how a person’s surroundings, and the world as a whole, influences their daily lives. No matter what they do for a living.When my students come to study, they do it because they want to improve their own lives. Some may have marital problems or may want to make more money. It’s never about using it as a career move (although they do all use Feng Shui in their own workplace now).

Once you understand how your surroundings influence your life, you can use it to your advantage. You can transform basically any area of your life using it. Because everything in our home symbolizes who we are and our life. This is why all my students are able to know anyone’s entire life, from their personality to the way they have sex, just from the person’s floorplan. It’s not supernatural, it’s a blend of natural science and social psychology. Just not in the way you’re currently taught in Western schools.

After studying with me they use it to improve their own circumstances. For example, once most of my students see the effect their bathroom has their monthly spending, they make the simple changes necessary to keep more money at the end of each month. Similarly, once they see how their bed’s position is ruining their body, they shift it for better rest and health.

Wrong Feng Shui is Dangerous

My students also know the dangers of using authentic Feng Shui for other’s lives. Real Feng Shui has significant effects on a person’s life. It can make them rich, or it can make them poor too. You can even kill a person using Feng Shui. When consulting for others, you cannot afford to make a mistake. You must have the precision and accuracy of a physician. Most don’t reach that level.

But the problem is that people out there still do perform consultations without properly understanding the underlying effect it has on the people. If they do something which harms the person or negatively alters their life, the advisor or consultant will pay the price for their mistake.

This is why most Feng shui consultants’ lives worsen over time. They’re using something they don’t fully understand and they’re making mistakes.

Help Yourself

If you ask me, my students are happy helping themselves with Feng Shui. They already have everything they could possibly want after studying. For example, one of my students used it to improve their personal finances. They went from living in a rented house with no assets to over $2.5 Million in assets within 2 years. Another used it to increase her small business’s income from $2,000 a month to $10,000 a month.

But it isn’t just a person’s finances which improves with Feng Shui. Every one of my students love how they’ve been able to use Feng Shui to improve their own relationships, health, careers, mindset, and basically every area of their life.

That’s why none of my 2,000 students chose to be consultants.

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What Land Shapes say about Your Life

What Land Shapes say about Your Life

(The following article on land shapes is an excerpt from our upcoming book, titled "How your home reveals everything about you", out now on Amazon.com.

Every shape in our lives has meaning and influences our lives in some way. The parcel of land your home is one of the simplest examples of this connection between shapes and our lives. For example, the shape of your land shows whether your life will be stable or changing. Each shape has particular benefits and drawbacks associated with it’s represented element.  Let’s look at the three most common land shapes and what they mean for the inhabitants.


EarthEarth is a predominantly a stable Feng Shui element. Earth doesn’t change or move much (in comparison to other elements). The great thing about Earth is that it can be depended and counted on. Earth also doesn’t need any support. Its needs are simple in the world of elements.

However, if you want something to change, Earth is the last thing that could help you. Earth is stubborn and set in its ways. Therefore it requires a long time and effort for any change to occur.


Those living here will have stable lives*. People living, or working here will experience little to no change over the years. If they’re poor, they’ll stay poor, if rich, they’ll stay rich. Life will remain the same. The good thing is that the inhabitant’s life can’t get worse while living there. On the flipside, if life is already bad, it won’t better either.

*Noteworthy: The exact details of their life depend on the property’s address, the day of the week the inhabitants were born, and the colors they’ve used in their home. These are more advanced topics for future books.



woodWood starts its life cycle as part of a living organism. It moves, breathes, and grows over time.  Therefore we see wood as a stable while somewhat flexible Feng Shui element, which changes and evolves over time.

So the great thing about wood is that, when we nurture and provide the right environmental for wood, it can flourish. But, without constant nourishment from outside sources, it becomes sick. It’ll weaken, and eventually die.

Most properties are some variation of a rectangle. They may be long and narrow or short and wide. No matter how wide or narrow the rectangle is, each one is seen as the same.


Anyone living on a property like this will have a relatively stable life. But it will require constant effort to maintain this stability. Without their continual input and effort, their lives will deteriorate. Similar to how a tree needs multiple inputs to retain its vigor.

Change is certainly possible for the people living here but it takes time, and progress is slow. These people don’t like to change too much too quickly. Because it’s wood, they’ll need a lot of favorable factors in their lives to see improvement. It won’t be easy.



FireYou’ll see triangle land shapes on corners or intersections. This symbolizes fire. Fire is a Feng Shui element which has unique qualities but needs regular fuel to maintain itself. The product or results seen from a fire depend solely on the fuel provided.


The good thing about this shape is that it can make the inhabitant successful and prosperous. But, this can only happen if they own a business or have a job that requires a highly specialized skill or their unique knowledge.

It’s the owner’s ability and personal value that fuels the fire and which can make them prosperous. But because they’re the fuel, their success cannot be passed down to the next generation or achieved without them. Any person who follows them will have to be unique in their way.

Finally, if a company is on this property, it will be best for them to conduct specialized work, with uniquely skilled employees who are experts or specialists in their field.


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3 Top Feng Shui Office Tips

3 Top Feng Shui Office Tips

“3 Top Feng Shui Office Tips” is an excerpt taken directly from the pages of our book, “Your Home Reveals Everything.” 

Every space is different according to Feng Shui expert advisor, Aur. But even so, there are some great tips to enhance your efforts in ANY workspace, either at home or in an office. Here are the top 3 Feng Shui office tips to help you get the best from your efforts.


One of the simplest Feng Shui fixes in any work area is the filing system. Any un-kept files or work kept directly behind where you sit to work represents unfinished tasks. If you don’t file things away carefully, you’ll continuously have new work coming in before being able to finish previous responsibilities. By filing things away properly, you’ll be able to complete each task, without becoming overburdened.



Just like a structure or area of land, a desk can also be broken down into different particular areas. Each of these areas influences our behavior differently. We usually determine a Feng Shui area of influence from the front road. However, a desk is different.


A desk has four areas of influence. Man, Woman, Girl, and Boy. Each area has a particular impact on your work and interaction with objects on the desk.

The adult areas are at the back of your desk and have the highest importance. Don’t put your inbox or to-do list in this area. If you do, when you’re processing one task, another, more important task will usually interrupt you. You’ll have a hard time getting any work finished.

The front child areas are where the most movement occurs. Anything you place on your desk in these sectors will come and go quickly from your desk. It’s better to keep work that needs to be done in either of these areas to help you complete tasks quickly.

When thinking about where to place your computer on a table, consider how you will use the computer. Do you use it mostly for emails and communication? Then putting it in the Boy area would be best. Whereas if you use your computer for something that requires a high level of detail, the woman area would be better suited. Each area of the desk will have its strengths and weaknesses. The best area depends on the work.



The direction, in which a person sits, can show you how aware they are of everything in their business or office. They might know what everyone else is doing in the business. Or they may only be aware of their responsibilities. It depends on the way their desk is facing. Both are useful depending on the person’s job.

Take a blogger for example. There’s probably no need for them to know what everyone else is doing in the company. But, if you’re in HR, it’s your responsibility to be aware of everything in the company. Having this added awareness enables you to prepare for changes and direct your staff accordingly.


Desk Facing the Road

When someone faces towards the road, they’ll be aware of everything happening in their business or work environment. Whoever sits here will have an awareness of things to come and be able to plan ahead

This is great if they need to know every detail of what’s happening in the business. But be warned. If a naturally detail oriented manager sits here, they’ll become meticulous once facing their desk to the road. Others may feel they micromanage too much.

If the person working here doesn’t need to know what others are doing, they may become too involved with others when their desk is facing the road.


Desk parallel

Anyone with the road on their left or right will know some, but not all things happening in their work environment. This position is useful if you don’t want to be overburdened by every little detail of everything in the company, while still wanting to stay informed about things happening around you.


Desk Facing Away from the Road

This direction is great when you don’t need to know everything going on around you. It will allow you to focus solely on your work. People with their backs to the road will be unaware things happening outside of their responsibilities. The problem is that they won’t have any foresight of future projects or tasks. People facing this way have a hard time planning their work in advance.

Where is your desk facing? Was it accurate for your workspace? Let’s talk about it.

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Feng Shui’s Broken History

Feng Shui’s Broken History

Let’s take a moment to first discuss the jade elephant in the room. You’ve probably heard of Traditional Chinese Feng Shui. These days it’s almost commonplace in any discussions of interior decoration and home design.

It’s not even hard to find an expert who can offer in-home consultations. These visits usually include the use of tools like the Bagua wheel (common in Feng Shui) to maximize the universal “Chi” energy flowing through your home. Harnessing this power is said to harmonize you with the universe, which improves your luck, and prosperity.

Let’s get straight to the point by making it clear that Aur’s Feng Shui is not that. At all.

If you have studied Chinese Feng Shui in the past or are a Chinese Feng Shui enthusiast, we’d kindly ask you to regard Aur’s Feng Shui as a separate area of study. If you mix the two, it would likely provide detrimental conflict and confusion.

bamboo fountain

Let’s provide an example. It’s common in modern or Traditional Chinese Feng Shui to say that having water in a house is good. It’s meant to balance the five elements and increase prosperity. However, Aur’s Feng Shui sees this differently. Her style considers any water which isn’t naturally present as lacking the qualities to maintain fresh life. In contrast to common belief, she teaches that placing a water feature within a house would instead make people sick, emotional, and argumentative.  Here’s why.

Water collects, carries, and allows the breeding of, bacteria and germs. When exposed to heat or sunlight, the water will gradually evaporate and take these impurities into the air. When there’s a water feature in the house, these bacterium and germs are dispersed throughout all the rooms. The people living there will inevitably inhale these pollutants which in turn affects their immune system. As a result, they’ll become predisposed to more frequent illness. Additionally, the constant (however in-perceivable) stress will make them moody. Which often leads to arguments with others.

As you can see, the understanding of these two forms of “Feng Shui” (literally meaning Water & Air) wisdom varies widely. However, the two do share a common history. Long before the formation of China, a  natural science emerged from the deserts of ancient Mesopotamia. Around the time when our early ancestors had started to attempt to channel and control their environment around their fixed settlements. Long before electricity and plumbing, they were forced to learn how to harness their natural surroundings to provide themselves and their families with survival, comfort, good health, and a means of income.

It was during this time of ancient ingenuity and early scientific exploration when they began first to discover the existence of subtle repeating patterns, and connections between their natural surroundings and their daily lives. With time and experimentation, our ancestors slowly learned how to harness the flow of nature itself. With it, they created vast cities and shared their secrets to vitality, happiness and wealth with others. As their wisdom deepened, they found other dimensions and levels of nature, allowing them to do amazing things. Soon they were able to predict future events and know every detail about the life, or characteristic, of any human, plant, and animal on earth.


This wisdom also spread as it deepened, soon reaching ancient Babylon, Egypt, and other surrounding areas. It inspired new sciences and art forms such as the creation of calendars, the design of magnificent architectural structures, and the creation of complex alphabets and numerical systems. Our ancestor’s understanding of nature’s patterns and cycles was the spark which ignited everything which followed after that.

Quick note: Our seven days of the week were initially named after various planetary bodies due to their reoccurring patterns and influences on this planet. Sunday was the day of the Sun; Monday was the day of the Moon, and so on. However, the names and meanings of every day changed with each new dominant religion and culture, finally leaving us with mostly Scandinavian influenced weekday names. In future books we’ll discuss how these planetary alignments for each day of the week allow us to know anyone’s personality, with guaranteed accuracy. But that’s for later.

Unfortunately, the natural science fragmented categorically over time as it spread geographically. The direction and purity depending each time on the culture, religion and particular teachers in each region. Those in the Mediterranean became more focused and specialized in alphabetical and numerical systems. This branch created the origins of what is now known as numerology. Whereas trade routes to the East helped shape the first concept of “Feng Shui” in the East.

However like most ancient wisdom, the perceived importance of our connection with nature was slowly replaced by the human species’ inherent greed and its quest for power. With the creation of empires, civilizations were destroyed, along with their wisdom. Similar to the loss of Native American and Aborigine cultures in recent history. Centuries long conflicts between nations also diverted people’s attention from classical education such as nature, and philosophy. They instead started favoring technological advancement, political development, and military strategy.


A few branches of the fundamental holistic knowledge did survive over a longer period. Chinese Feng Shui is an example of this. It became widely accepted to the point of becoming ingrained into Chinese culture and remained at the forefront of daily life throughout the early development of the country. Tragedy struck roughly 2,000 years ago when the then rulers and governments ordered mass book burning and the executions of most scholars. The extent of which resulted in the survival of only a handful of monks and royal advisers with the rudimentary knowledge of the past.

Feng Shui did, and has remained a significant aspect of daily life for much of China, but it lost most of its first knowledge and lineage in this devastating event. It was sadly not the only time book burning, and executions happened in China either, the most recent was just in the last century.

The fragmentation and significant done to the original Feng Shui is a major reason why Aur’s Feng Shui differs from what is known as Traditional Chinese Feng Shui. Aur doesn’t follow the Chinese lineage Feng Shui, which has little connection to the ancient wisdom. Instead, she uses a direct lineage from where it all started; the original Mesopotamian natural science.



Nature stayed largely the same throughout the last 10,000+ years. In contrast, our daily lives have drastically changed. Even if we look at how life was just a hundred years ago. So it’s simply unproductive to use the same advice as we would back then. We need to adapt everything to the time we in which we live.

For example; There was a time in the past when having water on a property would be good advice. Back when it flowed naturally in and out of a person’s home or village. Back then, living near a water source meant that people would be able to maintain good health and have an abundance of food. It’s for this reason that water is considered a good thing to have in our homes, according to Traditional Chinese Feng Shui. At one point in history, it was indeed useful advice.

But times have changed and so have our homes. Houses aren’t built the same way as in the past, we pump and force water into our homes.. Having a body of water on our property is no longer essential to the survival of our families.  In fact, it’s detrimental to our health, such as in the case of a swimming pool or water feature.


Another significant change is the way we use to design and build structures. Long before air-conditioning and glass windows, homes were designed to stay cool using the natural flow of wind. Houses were designed to allow sunlight into every corner of the house which killed bacteria and kept people healthy. Every element of design had a reason and used nature to improve people’s lives. This isn’t true today. Most homes today are designed primarily for their look, and often don’t make the greatest use of air flow or sunlight. Instead, we use electricity to provide lighting and air conditioners or fans for airflow. We have tried to replace nature with technology. We have gained present moment comforts but have lost a lot in the process.

We want to end by saying this. When talking to anyone about Feng Shui, be it Chinese or otherwise, make sure to test the concepts presented according to today’s modern life. It won’t be useful to follow advice or principles that haven’t been adapted to modern life. It can even be detrimental, such as the water example in the beginning. It’s like telling a child it’s safe to walk down the middle of a busy  road. Because before cars, they all did.

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