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Feng Shui for Love and Romance by Stephanie Surach T

he need for a loving and caring partner is one of the most common desires that we can experience. Feng shui can be a useful tool to help build up our romantic life, whether we want to strengthen our existing relationship or are ready to open ourself up to a new one. Here are some useful tips to improve our love life.

Make sure the bedroom is comfortable and inviting for both you and your partner. This is where the magic happens, after all.

Put nightstands with lamps on both sides of the bed. This creates balance for those already in a relationship and sends a message that you are making room for someone special if you’re single.

Incorporate coupling imagery throughout your home. It’s wise to have doubles when it comes to furniture like chairs and end tables. You can use the Chinese symbol for double happiness—be creative. You don’t need to have pictures of couples everywhere in the home, but images of couples, such as lovebirds, rocks or even Russian nesting dolls. It’s important to use images that

are meaningful to you.

If you are single and looking for a relationship, eliminate images that reflect a lonely or single nature. A pink, purple or white orchid in the bedroom will invite appropriate love energy into the space. Use red accents in the bedroom. It’s best to not paint a bedroom red because it’s too active for a place of rest, but it’s a good idea to have red accents like pillows or lampshades to invigorate the space.

Being single is tough, but it’s important to be in the right frame of mind before opening ourself up to a relationship. feng shui is helpful to bring ourselves into a relationship, but more important than beginning just any old relationship is to manifest one that is loving and appropriate. When we are ready, love will find us.

Stephanie Surach is a feng shui practitioner, a professional member of the International Feng Shui Guild and owner of Nine Star Feng Shui, in Jersey City. For more information, visit See Resource guide on page 42.

natural awakenings

February 2014


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