Are you traveling soon?
If you've already taken steps to employ Feng Shui remedies in your home for comfort and success, you may not even want to leave!
But you can use easy Feng Shui remedies on the road to help your travel adventure go smoothly and also to adjust the chi in a space for greater comfort. Feng Shui Hotel Rooms
Fortunately, many hotel rooms (whether they realize it or not) practice good Feng Shui, with a neat, clean layout that permits the chi to flow through the space, and soothing colors conducive to a good night's sleep.
Just as at home, the important thing to consider is having the bed in the command position
of the room. Hopefully, the bed will be already situated this way. It's best to scope this out, however, before you even book a hotel room. Most online travel sites show photos of “representative rooms” at different hotels.
Most hotel rooms have large windows, sometimes floor-to-ceiling. If your room faces south, you may want to keep these blinds closed to avoid letting in too much yang energy and bright sunlight.
If your hotel room is located in a city and over a busy street, again, close the blinds to keep the environment as “yin” as possible. When you're on vacation or even a business trip, you want to get a good night's sleep in order to enjoy all the day's activities and to be at your best. Feng Shui Objects to Feel Like Home
You may consider bringing a few (I mean, just a few!) environmental anchors on your trip to remind you of home and keep you grounded in your goals.
This can included scented candles that you particularly like, inspirational books, or photos of loved ones, mentors or people you admire. If you have one or two symbolic objects that easily fit in your bag, pack them and place them on the nightstand at your hotel. Dress to Adjust Your Chi
You can also Feng Shui yourself by dressing in clothes that suit the occasion and complement and strengthen your chi. You can learn more about Feng Shui clothing colors
in this article.