Under My Bed

Many of us do not realize that despite our innate nature urging us to, we do not need to fill up every empty spaces that we have.

Our bed is perhaps the most important place in our lives. After all, most of us will spend one third of our time on them. Therefore, it is imperative that we treat this sacred place with respect and love.

As much as possible it should not double-up as a storage compartment. According to Fengshui, whenever we allow clutter to build up under our bed, we prevent the flow of positive energy. The energy becomes stale. This will affect our fortune adversely. On top of that, clutter also attracts unwanted dust and critters, which may contribute to respiratory problems.

The kind of things that we keep under our bed are usually unnecessary stuff. Old guitars, sentimental used textbooks, extra pillows, and boxes of stuff we don’t even remember at all. One of the main reasons we put them there is because of “out of sight, out of mind.” But the truth is that the only real way to really get them out of our mind is to, actually, get rid of them.

Once I decided to clear out the clutter under my bed, my sleep became better. This ultimately led to improvements in other aspects of my life, like my relationship, health, and career.

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