Feng Shui for Bedroom

Here is the Feng Shui impact on a loveless life of Farzana. She called me after she visited this web site. Asking me to visit her flat she said, "I want Feng Shui to bring love in my life."

A lecturer of English in a college based in Mumbai's western suburbs Farzana, in her mid-thirties, had maintained herself well. She was slim and graceful but her eyes betrayed the sadness. "Mine has been a loveless life. I am a divorcee. My husband was a no good bum. He was a drunkard and used to get violent." Farzana was brief and candid. She poured her out her life to me.

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It was a cheerless tale of a beautiful girl married to an insensitive beast. She had been on her own for six years. "I am disillusioned with marriage but yet I have a dream about marriage. I want someone who really cares for me. Somehow, it is not happening. I am seeking my dream man from Feng Shui. Please guide me."

She shared the flat with another girl. I could sense the negative energy in the flat, specially in the bedroom. "This negative energy is the result of depression and frustration, and we will first have to remove it." I told her. I suggested the Feng Shui method to destroy the negative energy. A part of her wardrobe, consisting of certain dresses she once wore, had to go as a part of letting go of the past. Only after that, I suggested a better placement for her bed and suggested Feng Shui remedies for the Marriage & Relationship corner. 

Her account of what happened after she consulted me is amazing.

"Love bloomed in my life again while organizing the college annual day. The students consulted me about the play. I'd read a play of a Mumbai based writer and suggested that. We required his permission so I met him. It was my destiny. Something immediately clicked between us though he is at least 12 years older than me. We had very good vibes. It was as if we were made for each other. I had gone with a prior appointment and thought that I'd be out in minutes. But, in the very first meeting, we chatted for ninety minutes! The conversation flowed smoothly and as I rose to leave he said, "I have enjoyed talking to you. Why don't we meet again?"

Leaving a lot unsaid, Farida exclaims, "We are very much in love and have decided to spend the rest of life together."
Well, Farzana you deserve to be happy!


Feng Shui Master Mohan Deep lives in Mumbai. He understand the complexities of Feng Shui and he understands what you need from life.

He started Feng Shui consultation when it was unknown in India. In 1994. Fans and admirers grew by proverbial leaps and bounds. His immense following soon turned him into a cult figure and the success stories of his clients all over the world have grown into legends.

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This reminds me of another, slightly older case that showed similar results. Excerpts from an earlier article I wrote a year ago:

"I am not getting enough," the wife confided in me in an e-mail. She was one of the many surfers who come here seeking Feng Shui consultation. As usual, I asked her to send the floor plan and some color photographs of the interior of her house, with the focus on the bedroom. We spend a third of our life asleep and this is why the Feng Shui of the bedroom is the most important. In ancient times, and even in large houses in modern times, the bedroom was an area reserved for sleeping and love making. But modern life in large cities, where there is a premium on prices, bedrooms are used for multiple activities. Often, bedrooms are used as home offices. Computers have become an integral part of the bedrooms, and there lies the rub. The nature of the bedroom is yin (passive), unlike the yang (active) of the living room. Yin ensures good sleep and a happy love life.
Plants, whether living, artificial or dry should be avoided. Living plants emit carbon dioxide at night and hence their presence is unpleasant while sleeping. Cacti and bonsai arrangements should be avoided. According to Feng Shui principles, Cactus denotes a bad relationship and a Bonsai plant adversely upsets growth.

I noticed a large poster of scenic beauty. It was a beautiful photograph but just-not-right for the bedroom. I suggested half a dozen other Feng Shui measures for her bedroomthat were to alter the balance of Yin and Yang in their bed room.

In less than a fortnight after the changes, she sent me an excited letter. "IT HAS WORKED! Our love life has changed, and it has transformed everything else about us. Thanks." 


Note: The right of privacy is sacred for me. The names of the people mentioned in the diary are usually changed to protect the identity of my clients. The real names are mentioned with the consent of people mentioned.The picture accompanying the article is only for representational purpose.

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