Should your bathroom be a spa? The Feng Shui Bathroom

Your bathroom is not a spa, but maybe it should be.
The other day I read an article on how to use Feng Shui to turn your bathroom into a luxury spa. I thought it was funny, because the Feng Shui traditional approach is to never do anything that would encourage you to spend more time in the bathroom. In the strict Feng Shui sense, a bathroom that is a spa would be a contradiction.
The traditional Feng Shui approach is three-fold:
  • Cure problems the bathroom is generating for the floor plan (according to the bagua map)
  • Make sure it’s safe.
  • Keep it clean.
Then come the habits recommended for dealing with bathrooms:
  • Put the toilet seat and lid down before you flush.
  • Keep all bathroom doors closed except to go in and out.
  • Spend as little time as possible in the bathroom.
However, most people I know are not content with that. Most people want to have a beautiful bathroom – a bathroom that could be showcased in a home decor magazine.
Do you?
  • Do you imagine coming home and having plenty of time to unwind, take a bubble bath, and relax?
  • Do you visualize coming out of your bathroom invigorated from so much pampering?
I do.
Unlike the old time Feng Shui masters who saw a bathroom as an “indoor outhouse,” I understand that bathroom rituals are part of the way we take care of ourselves in modern times.
So here comes the challenge, how to have a beautiful bathroom, where you can feel pampered, while at the same time staying Feng Shui correct? You have to stay Feng Shui correct because otherwise the bathrooms in your home can suck down your chi (life force) down the drains.
 
The teleclass Feng Shui Correct Bathrooms  will address:
  • The worst spots to have a bathroom in the home and how to cure a bad bathroom position.
  • Why you should not have reminders of water in the bathroom.
  • What are the worst and best colors for the bathroom.
  • How to solve the conflicts created by the different functions of the bathroom.
  • Reducing arguments and competition around bathroom use.
  • Creating a bathroom that is both Feng Shui correct and gives you a luxurious spa feeling (without throwing money “down the drain”)
  • Why the open concept bathroom in a master suite can ruin your finances and your marriage if you do not cure it! (and how to cure it)

Learn How to Create a Feng Shui Correct Bathroom

On Thursday, February 28th, I will be teaching a teleclass titled The Feng Shui Correct Bathroom.

You will not only learn all there is to know about Feng Shui and Bathrooms. I will personally advice you on how to Feng Shui the bathrooms in your home so that they don’t cause you bad luck!

Now It’s Your Turn

How happy are you with your current bathroom? If money was not an issue, how would you change your bathroom?

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2 Comments:

  1. If money was not an issue I would either rearrange the existing bathroom and move the toilet to where my shower is now and add a bath

    Or I would move the bathroom to where the kitchen is and put the kitchen where the bathroom is

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