Missing section in love/relationship corner...

by Amanda
(Atlanta, GA)

Possibilities for lamp locations.

Hello! :)

My room literally has the exact square cut out that's for relationships. I just realized it. But .. I HAVE realized the effort that I've had to put into relationships.

Its my bedroom, so I can't do the mirror thing. Do you have specific advice for this?

Thank you so much :)


ANSWER:
Hi Amanda

There are a few ways you can compensate for this missing area. If there is a window on either of the walls with the cutout, you can hang a crystal in the window. You can also symbolically “fill in” the missing area with a lamp.

I hope this helps!

Be well,
Jessica


FOLLOW-UP:
Hi Amanda,

You can place the lamp anywhere along the walls that are cut out. (See the attached picture - the red dots are potential lamp locations.) If it is way too awkward, then you use an uplight on the floor.

I use a simple faceted crystal ball like this one: http://www.fengshuibestbuy.com/KH10041-facetedcrystal.html.

I would like to add that you should also focus on general feng shui bedroom enhancements, this will help tremendously.

Also, if you can work on the outside of the building, you may to "fill in" the missing area by planting a tree, adding a bird bath, or even creating a simple marker to set the intention of completion. A fence would also do the trick.

Be well,
Jessica

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Apr 06, 2012
Answer for Amanda
by: Jessica

Hi Amanda,

I posted a reply to your question in the original post.

Have a wonderful day!
Jessica

Apr 03, 2012
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by: Anonymous

1. where would i place the lamp?
2. what type of crystal?

thank you very very much for answering :)

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