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“I didn’t sleep well last night, Roseline” – admits one of my friend as we walked together around the lake this morning.
“We watched an old movie with Samurais, where they all had to die at the end. We were in our bed and it kept me awake all night. I tossed and turned and couldn’t find peace, my husband was restless too.” – she added.
A television in a bedroom is part of the ‘No-No Feng Shui list’ – not only it is a no-no in the master bedroom where television distracts you from caring for yourself and your partner and it is also best to avoid in the children’s bedrooms as this also reduces family connections.
What is essential after watching a movie is to detach. This is possible when we move from the lounge to the bathroom, take a good shower and get change into our pyjamas before hopping in bed.
When watching a program from our bed, there is hardly any way to detach as the tension given by the movie stays in the room, hovering around the television set and disturbing our sleep.
Many families have more than one television set at home. Often televisions are ‘on’ while the family communications are nonexistent or too often ‘off’.
Some closer families prefer to only watch their favourite films all together in their theatre dedicated to special moments during which they enjoy their big screen.
How much have your television invaded your lives?
Food for thought.
International Feng Shui Master & Author