In terms of creating balance and harmony for a bedroom, a separate feng shui colour diagram known as the map bagua can be used to not only determine where each element resides, but also add the feng shui colour symbolism of each corner in that space. You can use the bagua to map out areas of your life that you would like to improve and make a few subtle changes to the associated area of the bedroom. By doing so you create good feng shui, which will in turn be reflected in your own life. Start by working on a bedroom and then work your way to every other room of the house.
Brown | Green: For growth, hope and rebirth.
White | Grays: For clarity and creativity.
Purples, pinks, reds, oranges and dark yellows: For wealth, love and reputation.
Blue | Black= For purity and wisdom.
Now that you know the meaning behind each feng shui colour, it’s time to figure out how to use these colours to improve your environment. Elements are not only used to characterise different parts of a room, they can also be used on people. Each year can be represented by a corresponding element. You possess the properties of the element that is associated with the year you were born on. To learn more about your own element, sign up for the free personalized colour report. You can surround yourself with the colours associated with your own element. The other elements can either benefit or harm you. What you need to do is incorporate more of the colours representing the element that benefits you and eliminate the colours representing the element that harms you.
What you choose to do with your feng shui colour is completely up to you. Start with the walls, it takes up the most space in a bedroom and it’s the first thing you see when you walk through the door. Selecting the right colour for your wall is extremely important; you want to be overwhelmed with positivity instead of negativity. How you do that is by choosing a feng shui colour that will benefit you. A good choice is to choose a colour that represents your own element. Remember, any shade of that colour will do, so you have a range of options to choose from. If you absolutely hate the colours of your element or just don’t think it’s appropriate for your walls, use colours representing the element that benefits your own. How you use colours to decorate the rest of the bedroom is completely based on the areas of your life you would like to enhance. Do you want to attract love? Add more pink to your love corner. How about money? Add more purple to your wealth corner. Making these simple feng shui colour changes throughout each room of your house is not only easy to do but can be very effective.