Regarding the bedroom, Feng Shui is very important. The most important aspect in your room may be the proper positioning of your bed. Depending on the direction in which you place it, Feng Shui will bring you other benefits. For example, you can place your bed facing East, Southeast, West, Northwest, or Southwest for best results.
When facing your bed in the west, you create the best conditions for a good night's sleep. . The west is contentment. However, contentment can also lead to laziness and low motivation. Starting a new career while your bed faces this direction may not be the best of ideas. This is ideal for people who already have a good career in progress.
Positioning your bed in the easterly direction will make you feel that every day is a new day. If you are young and you are starting out, this is the perfect way to sleep. It creates feelings of ambition and growth for anyone and makes it easy to expand your career.
It is for people who have difficulty communicating because it promotes good communication, increased creativity and a more active life. 19659002] Southwest
If you are rather agitated, facing your bed, the Southwest will calm you down and put you at peace with all that is. You will also feel more serene in your life and relationships.
What you should avoid instead is to place your dormitories in bad positions for Feng Shui, such as North, Northeast, and South.
North  North can increase various sleep disorders such as insomnia and make you rather lethargic in your life. This position is often called the "death position". If you are an elderly person, for example an elderly person, this position may be suitable for you because it really promotes the peace and quiet that you can generally enjoy.
It can easily give a person a nightmare and feel comfortable at any time. It brings out strong emotions.
The south is really bad for sleep because the energy around it is quite high. If you find yourself in many heated debates in your relationship, one way to minimize them is to change the direction of your dorms.