Feng Shui Tips for Bed's HeadBoard Sharing Wall with Toilet

Toilet is considered as the location in the house that contain the most filth and smell, beside that it also generate sewage and toilet bowl water flushing noise that will affect one’s health if your head is orientated towards the toilet. In other words, it is advisable to move your headboard away from the same wall with your toilet.

What a “Bed’s HeadBoard Sharing Wall with Toilet” Means in Feng Shui

You must take extra caution to the functions taking place on the other side of the wall before you decide the position of the bed. In this example, if there is a toilet, especially the toilet bowl located on the other side of the wall, the person that sleep at the location tends to have poor quality sleep that will eventually leads to health issue, in particular headache and will fall sick easily.


How to Remedy the Situation with Bed’s HeadBoard Sharing Wall with Toilet

A. Move your bed to another location or Change Orientation

If you have space for relocation of your bed, this is the most straight-forward and simple way to completely remedy this situation.

B. Place a thick headboard between the bed and the wall

If there is space constraint, you can place a thick headboard for your bed at the common wall that is shared between the bathroom and bedroom. The purpose is to neutralise the rushing energy from the toilet. In additional, you can also place or hang a Wu Lou Gourd / natural calabash at the wall to to absorb negative Chi and prevent bad things and harm from happening to you.


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