In feng shui, everything in your home relates to how energy flows throughout your life.
The more you can optimize the energy flow in your home, the more smoothly your life will flow.
Your home is an energetic representative of your inner self.
So when you’re struggling with something, your home will reflect that.
If things are going well in your life, your home will reflect that too.
This means the more harmonious the energy in your home is, the more harmonious the energy in your body and life will be, and the easier it will be to attract the things you want into your life.
How to Improve Fertility with Feng Shui
One of the easiest ways to improve the energy flow in your home is to clean it up.
Decluttering and cleaning are essential for good feng shui because they remove energetic blocks.
A cluttered, messy, or dirty home causes stagnant energy.
Stagnant energy is stuck energy.
It causes stress, frustration, unease, and can even cause arguments and relationship strife.
All of which you don’t want if you’re trying to conceive!
4 Feng Shui Steps to Improve Fertility and Create Better Energy Flow:
- Declutter: Clean out any old or unused items from your home. This includes things like clothing, books, furniture, old artwork, and anything you have a negative attachment to.
- Remove or repair broken items. In feng shui, broken items “break” the energy flow.
- Finish home improvement projects and home repairs. These cause stress and drain energy.
- Fix leaks. Leaks are draining energy (and good fortune!) Even the tiny drip in the kitchen sink is an energetic drain.
It can feel overwhelming if you have a lot of these things going on in your home.
But if you want to improve fertility, start in the bedroom first.
This will create positive energy and momentum, and it will be easier to then move on through the rest of the house.
How to Feng Shui Your Bedroom for Fertility
In feng shui, your bedroom directly affects your romantic relationship as well as your health and well-being.
Ideally, the bedroom should be used only for rest, relaxation, and romance.
Of course, that isn’t always possible these days, but you can still set up your bedroom for good feng shui.
Here are a few feng shui bedroom tips for enhancing fertility:
The bed should be in the command position.
The command position means you can see the door from your bed, but you aren’t directly across from the door.
There should also be a solid wall behind your bed, and ideally, enough room for you and your partner to walk on both sides of the bed.
The command position helps you to fully rest at night and also be in “command” of your space.
While you’re at it, make sure your bed has a headboard.
Headboards (especially wood ones) represent stability and support.
Use soft, calming earth tones with pops of color.
Earth element colors are grounding and stabilizing colors.
The earth is what all life is built upon, so using earth tones in your bedroom can help you create a solid foundation for your relationship and your fertility.
Earth tones like browns, peaches, deep yellows, beiges, and even some peaches are the best bet.
These colors will help your bedroom feel nurturing and supportive.
The following colors can be used as accent colors to activate your bedroom for conception:
Green: Green is the color of growth and new beginnings. It also represents the wood element, which is associated with fertility and vitality.
Pink: Pink represents love and romance. Try using pink sheets to increase intimacy between you and your partner.
Red: Red is the color of passion and activation. It’s often used as a feng shui cure to speed up energy and attract good fortune. With red, a little goes a long way, so try a couple of throw pillows on the bed.
Add plants or fresh flowers.
Plants not only purify the air and the energy, but they also activate the wood element (growth and new beginnings) and the earth element (grounding and stability.)
Fresh flowers attract positive energy and happiness, and they can make your bedroom feel like a spa retreat. This post has more information about the best feng shui plants for the bedroom.
Avoid mirrors directly across from the bed.
Mirrors bounce energy, which can disrupt deep sleep. If you can’t move the mirror, try covering it while you sleep so your body can fully relax.
See this post for more information about mirrors and feng shui: How to Use Mirrors in Feng Shui (Do’s & Don’ts for Feng Shui Mirror Placement)
Decorate in pairs.
Pairs of lamps, side tables, statues, or other decor items in the bedroom represent a strong, healthy relationship.
You could also add a pair of feng shui mandarin ducks, which represent a strong and happy marriage.
Add a feng shui fertility symbol.
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