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“I was totally thrilled! – Your way of teaching was so much fun!”
— Heidi H. from Austria
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— Monika Hermanns

For more than 2000 years Chinese have been pondering on the functioning of the Earth and its influence on people.

These reflections brought into being the metaphysical studies of Feng Shui.

The concern of first Feng Shui masters went to the simplest needs. At times, they found good meadow places for the cattle, fruitful land and water to survive. Then again, they decided which side of the river is beneficial for the life of the people.

The masters watched the everlasting earthly cycles. From the beginning, luminaries were used for time measurement. Sunrise and sunset marked the limits of a day, while moon phases indicated the monthly cycles. Further, its huge influence on the water tides was detected. The fact that eighty percent of the human body consist of water brought the insight that the moon’s effect on people is directed by timely influence.

Every day, the sun rose at a different point of the horizon and completed one cycle within one year. Thus, the adepts created a calendar to determine times for sowings and harvests.

Almost at the same time when gravity was discovered the first Feng Shui masters invented the Luo Pan, a special Feng Shui compass (475-211 B.C.). It combines various formulas that allow identifying the returning cycle as well as landscape formulas, which have a special relation with the calendar and the luminaries. With the help of these instruments sundry energies of the earth can be detected and profitably applied to individuals. Feng Shui experts use these special formulas to determine a person’s favourable sky direction in consideration of the respective environment. “Compass Feng Shui” is an accurate science demanding special minuteness in measurement.

Landscape Feng Shui is a part of classic Feng Shui. In this field, the literal translation of wind and water is of special importance. Dealing with the environment Landscape Feng Shui explores the shape of all things that have been moulded by wind and water. Outlines and ground elevations, the uneven curves of mountains, hills and other landscape forms induce Qi to meander beneficially or to flow unfavourably. (Qi (or Chi) is elementary life energy, which flows through the body and the whole universe.  It combines the material with the emotional and mental levels.)

Water, the essential basis of our life, allows the human race to exist on earth. It behaves similarly to the Qi: it can be destructive or auspicious depending on the direction of its origin and destination. Accordingly, a calm-flowing brook turns – over decades – into a torrential river and influences thus the nearby vegetation and the living space of man. The adepts likewise recognized that particular water runs brought the inhabitants the same energy qualities time and again. These insights and laws of nature have been retained on Luo Pan.

Yet, it is not only the Luo Pan that Feng Shui experts consult. They have to insert all their senses. They breathe in the smell of the earth and examine the air in order to determine the quality of winds. They trace the form of nearby hills and inspect the quality of surrounding vegetation. Detecting “poison arrows” (sharp and pointed objects and edges) they follow the flight direction of the adversary Qi and seize counter measures whereas advantageous elevations are invigorated.

In Feng Shui, the factors of time and space are interacting: Each time, Feng Shui influences a building in a particular environment, it brings along its special Qi quality. Likewise, Feng Shui refers to the birth dates of individuals and thus shows which environment gives them the best resonance for self-realization. The “Flying Stars” (calculations identifying the changing qualities of several sky directions and sectors) determine the decade of a house and its expedience for the happy future of a specific inhabitant.

First of all it is important to determine the locality of a house and subsequently to decide upon the living areas of each inhabitant. The nearby surrounding plays an essential role in the Feng Shui consultation. The house should stand in a wind sheltered landscape free of disturbing sharp edges. Apart from that, special attention is paid to the direction of doors, the sleeping direction and the line of sight. These elements are individually adjusted to the inhabitants of the house. The objective is an optimal alignment of each person.

The same energy influences different people in different ways. Thus, a house can affect its inhabitants individually. Feng Shui helps to determine the distinct energy of a house. A skillful placement of a person increases his potential and its conductive use. The results are a healthy sleep and high accomplishments, allowing the person to return to its balance.

In the royal house of ancient China, whole advisory bodies were committed to find the right place for the emperor.

Feng Shui plays an important role in the so called “earthly luck”. The Chinese sciences teach us about three types of life: Tien, Di and Ren.

Tien symbolises the „heavenly luck“ – the destiny we are born with. It is said that we cannot alter this part of destiny because our place of birth, the parental home and our country of origin we were given by heaven. We are not free to choose our families. Di, the „human luck“, is what we acquire by our education and tenacity, our virtues and deeds. This luck can be controlled by the decisions we make in the course of our life. Ren signifies the “earthly luck”. Being the art to discern and use the forces of nature Feng Shui is of great impact in this element of luck. Our place of living has an enormous influence on our wellbeing and opportunities. On this level, Feng Shui can help us strengthening the positive aspects of heavenly luck and reducing the negative ones. In other words, Feng Shui stimulates the part of life concerning the environment of an individual.

Why does Feng Shui work? Because it operates with the energies of time and space which have a great influence on man – individually and for more than 2000 years.




“There’s nothing in the world, that doesn’t change. Nothing lasts eternally the same.”

Zhuang Zi

Now, what is Feng Shui?

Nowadays, there’s much about Feng Shui in magazines and on TV. And yet: Feng Shui is neither to be understood as a “one-hit-wonder”, nor as fashion trend! Its roots in history are much too long for that.

Here you have the opportunity to get a glimpse of this vast world. For a deeper understanding, the doors of my trainings, workshops and seminars are widely open for you!

All material is oscillating. An invisible, fine energy which is known to adepts of all cultures is responsible for this vibration. In Feng Shui we call it “Qi”.

Qi is an elementary life energy which exists in our bodies as well as in the whole universe. Flowing unstoppably through all living it connects the material level to the emotional and mental levels.

In traditional Chinese medicine and Feng Shui Qi has been known for thousands of years.

Qi is radiated by any item, no matter what size or shape. In the human body the energy paths are called meridians. They form the foundation for acupuncture treatment.

Our earth has similar meridians which are called “points of power”. Feng Shui combines the human Qi with the Qi of the environment so that the person builds a firm unity with his surroundings.

Thus, each one of us can use the maximum of his latent potential.

Almost one in two journals about health cover the problem of insomnia. When I read these articles I remember very well my own sleeping situation before I became a Feng Shui expert. It definitely took me some time to get rid of my sleep problems.

My advice and tip: Apply Feng Shui and see what happens.

It was because of my daughter that I devoted myself especially intensive to Feng Shui for the sleeping position. She always refused to sleep in her own little bed and preferred to sleep in our living room or in our parent’s bedroom. I would have never thought that the reason for her sleep problems was the position of her bed or even her bedroom itself. I rather attributed these problems to her personality. I as well had many health problems because of insomnia.

Today I love my bed and do not have any sleep problems any more.

Here I fall asleep very fast and especially sleep all through the night. I am sure you would like to know how I managed to do so?

Today some of the hotel rooms I stay in remind me of that situation 20 years ago. Isn’t it terrible, when you turn and turn in your bed and don’t get any sleep?

Back then I always thought I myself created my own sleep problems.

Today I know better. A room influences a person and has its own vibrancy. This vibrancy of the room will affect you and you can’t help it. In the following I will list the 11 best Feng Shui tips that definitely will help you to sleep through the nights. Your bedroom will have a totally different appearance and you as well will have the impression that the room changed itself into a more beautiful room.

  1. Create clear structures in the bedroom and eliminate insomnia

The most important principle in Feng Shui is to make room and achieve clarity. In many bedrooms you can find working material, irons, vacuum cleaners or even boxes being left here since the last relocation. It would serve the purpose of the place more to arrange it as a relaxation room and wellness oasis. I am sure you agree that your soul and mind can relax much better in an unencumbered bedroom.

  1. Sleep problems can be caused by electro smog

Electro smog is something that is seldom taken into account in bedrooms.  Frequently, there is current in objects where you would never suspect it to be. Lamps, for example, can create a large electric field. These electric fields can only be detected by a high frequency meter since the radiation cannot be seen or felt. Even a cordless phone which is positioned in an adjacent room can create an electric field. Especially at night during sleep, the human body is more vulnerable to unfavourable impacts because this is the time when many alert functions are also in sleep mode.

Sometimes you are literally completely electrified while you intend to relax during sleep.

My advice: Think of  a network activator that can be installed by an expert. With this electro smog switch you make sure that there is no more current when all lamps and electric devices are being switched off. Remember to switch off the stand-by mode. Otherwise the switch doesn’t work. In addition to this you should as well make sure that the radio alarm, telephone and all electric devices are as far apart from the bed as possible. It is often overlooked that extension cords below the bed also carries electricity. One last note: There are lamps that create electric or electromagnetic fields even if they are switched off. Consequently, it is safer to disconnect the power.

  1. Darkness is much better than light

During the night we produce melatonin. This sleep hormone is needed to adjust the rhythm of waking and sleeping. The prerequisite for its production is a dark room. Thus, your bedroom should be totally dark. When there are no artificial lights and the windows are shaded the hormone will be produced easily.

  1. A firm wall in the back

You need to have a protected position in order to feel safe and to fall asleep deeply.  Therefore, the bed should be placed with top towards the wall and lying in bed you should be able to observe the door. Your subconsciousness will judge this situation as being secure and will recompense you with a deep sleep.

  1. Use the bed only for sex and sleep

A bedroom is not a home office. In Feng Shui only Yin features are attributed to this location. Yin means silence, privacy and recovery. Love is Yin and helps to relax the body hence it is inherent to bedrooms be a location where couples become one with each other. The room in which the home office is located is more Yang, thus a place of more activity. This means, when you want to enjoy a relaxing sleep better leave out all work.

  1. Don’t sleep between door and window

The bed not only needs a firm wall it should also not be placed between a door and a window. The more protected the place of the bed is the more restful your sleep will be. However, it can be a problem especially when the room’s shape doesn’t allow it. Then, a canopy bed can help creating a quiet place. In case you are about to realise your dream house, now you know how to design an ideal bedroom.

  1. Remove everything that gives reflexions

Mirrors reflect, disturb the quietness of the room and prevent a healthy sleep. Here we talk not only of the reflexions of yourself in the mirror but also of those of the movements of your partner. You subconsciously perceive that there is something in the room and stay alert. In this stadium you cannot come into a deep sleep phase. The reflexions can occur because of mirrors in front of a wardrobe but also because of decoration objects or glass fronts.

  1. Fragrances work wonders

For a healthy sleep you need fresh air. Make sure, that there is enough oxygen in your bedroom before you go to bed but also you need to open the window in the morning right after waking up. A pleasurable fragrance like lavender also supports a calm and  pleasant room atmosphere. Lavender pacifies and aids a good and relaxing sleep.

  1. Subdues colours have a calming effect

Of course, you may use colours to paint your bedroom but they should be subdued, the range reaches from pastel blue over green to rose colours. Consider that the colour white doesn’t create a favourable atmosphere and doesn’t enlarge optically the room but rather makes it smaller.

Colours that are too dark or heavy should also be avoided in a bedroom. In Feng Shui the colour also depends on the compass direction. In the north you should use bluish colours, in the south reddish colours should be preferred, in the west and northwest  the colours grey up to a light beige represent the element metal.

In the northeast and southwest light yellow and beige should be used and finally in the southeast and east greenish colours should be chosen. But remember this was only a very simple description of how to choose the colours. In a professional Feng Shui analysis the colours can be determined more exactly and in detail. Because the choice of the colour also depends on the date of birth of a person and the Qi of the room.

  1. Furniture without edges and corners

Edges, corners and spikes also can be the reason for insomnia. Subconsciously, you feel vulnerable as if you were being attacked. The room influences your sleep because of these negative features. The same is true when there are heavy beams above your bed. Cover the corner of your bedside table. Much better would be a round bedside table. Observe your feelings when you are sitting in your bed. How do you feel? Is there anything that is disturbing you?

  1. Most cases of insomnia are caused by the mattress

You can ruin your health very easily by sleeping on an innerspring mattress. The metal springs conduct electric, electromagnetic as well as high frequency radiation. So it is very important to have a mattress made of natural materials. There should be absolutely no metal in the bed at all. Natural latex mattresses, futons or even mattresses made of foam material are ideal to sleep on.

After all theses advices I can only wish you a good night sleep. I would appreciate if you comment on my blog.

What were the effects of my tips on your sleep.

Enjoy reading

Yours, Petra Coll Exposito