PRESS RELEASE:  February 8, 2005
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
No Valentine? Try These Ancient Chinese Feng Shui Relationship Secrets
                                                                                                        Contact: Robyn Bentley

GOOD FENG SHUI = GOOD RELATIONSHIPS

Richmond, Va.: Whether you are looking for a new love or need to spice up your current relationship, the ancient Chinese practice of feng shui can help and it begins in the boudoir.  The bedroom should be set up for rest, relaxation and romance.  Bedroom NO-NOs include exercise equipment, computers or televisions.  Items from past relationships keep you stuck in the past and lower your chances of finding a good new relationship.  Bad feng shui in the bedroom can ruin your love life and following these simple guidelines can help put the love train back on track.

FENG SHUI DIVA'S
TOP 5 BEDROOM DO's & DON'Ts
FOR LOVE AND RELATIONSHIPS
Feng Shui* Diva (*fung schway) says the bedroom is for Rest, Relaxation and Romance.  Anything not having to do with resting, relaxing or being romantic should not be in your bedroom.  Bad feng shui in the bedroom can put a damper on your love life.  Do you have any of these things in your bedroom?

****** DON'TS (that can ruin your love life):

1-NO WATER FOUNTAINS
(moving water in a bedroom will cause relationship breakups)

2-NO FAMILY PHOTOS
(your kids, parents, in-laws and friends don't belong in your bedroom)

3-NO TELEVISIONS, COMPUTERS OR EXERCISE EQUIPMENT
(couples with TVs in their bedroom make love less often)

4-NO BAGGAGE FROM PAST RELATIONSHIPS
(keeping things from the past keeps you anchored to the past)

5-NO MIRRORS
(mirrors "bounce" energy and keep the room awake - not very relaxing for lovemaking)

****** DOs (to enhance your love life):

1-SLEEP IN YOUR "LOVE LUCK" DIRECTION
(find your love luck direction at fengshuidiva.com in the "about feng shui" section)

2- SYMBOLS OF LOVE AND PAIRS OF THINGS
(sculpture or painting of a couple, two hearts, flowers, candles etc.)

3-HAPPY PHOTOS OF THE COUPLE
(make sure you both like the photo and it's from a happy moment)

4-A BED FOR "TWO" WITH TWO BEDSIDE TABLES AND LAMPS
(set up your bedroom for two people even if you're single)

5-SCENTS FOR A LOVEY DOVEY MOOD
(make sure you both like the way your bedroom smells - try vanilla, cinnamon, lavender or your favorite)

Robyn Bentley is a feng shui consultant and author of  Creating a Haven: Simple Steps For a Healthy and Nurturing Home.  She can be reached through her web site www.fengshuidiva.com.

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