AS A MYSTIC EXPERT, WHAT SHOULD PEOPLE INCLUDE TO PROMOTE A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP IN THEIR BEDROOM?
From an esoteric perspective, the world is comprised of the four elements - earth, which is the practical, water, the emotional, air for intellect and fire for actions.
A bedroom needs a lot of earth, to promote rest and regeneration of the physical body. For that, we’ll have wooden decor, perhaps a world map on the wall, a photo of a rocky mountain or some crystals.
The water element could help the regeneration of emotions, which would be achieved by including the colour blue in the room.
Avoid anything too obviously fiery, you don’t want to be active! So, no candles, no lanterns. And there’s no real need for the air element, not too much thinking when we’re resting, so leave the books out of the bedroom, and of course the laptop. Those are all natural elements to include or avoid.
IS THERE ANYTHING PEOPLE SHOULD AVOID IN THEIR BEDROOMS TO SLEEP BETTER?
Anything unnatural or man-made doesn’t belong in your bedtime world at all. So anything artificial, from fake flowers to man-made fibres, will repel your sleep.
Balance and peace cost nothing. Before bed, say a few affirmations, such as:
- ‘I am creating the life I was born to live’
- ‘Positive encounters are coming into my life freely and easily’
- ‘Every day, in every way, my life is becoming better and better’
WHAT ARE YOUR TIPS FOR SOMEONE LOOKING TO CREATE A BLISSFUL BEDROOM ON A BUDGET?
And do a little meditation, breathing into your toes and relaxing them, exhaling any stress. Then breathing into your heels, relax, exhale. Ankles, calves, legs, buttocks, every organ gets its own little moment to relax.
This promotes a lovely spiritual sleep on a budget of Zero. Bring the earth element into the room by filling a little dish from a charity shop with pebbles from outside.
The water element can be brought in with a photo of a lake on the wall, cut from a travel magazine.
Clutter is the enemy of peace, so lots of expensive trinkets will add no joy.
I’ve been involved in Tarot cards since 1994, and that led me to astrology, Witchcraft and an entire esoteric life. My mysticism is involved in every part of my life, from the way I eat to the way I raise my kids.
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I love sharing my love of the elements, of the signs, of crystals and tarot with anyone who cares to listen.