Love, Sex + Feng Shui – Jan Pardy Woodcock BHSc (Acupuncture)

Last Friday I had the absolute pleasure of attending Tracy Martorell’sFeng Shui For the Home, Body and Soul”.

It was such a delicious evening of earthly delights, practical advice for making our homes not only beautiful, but for the energy to flow correctly whereby creating abundance and happiness…… including how to spruce up our bedrooms.

Whether you’re trying for your first baby or a new brother or sister for the children you already have, to improve your relationship, or draw in the love of your life there are a few basic rules.


  • Clear The Clutter!

Put away your clothes and shoes, get rid of the piles of papers or books you haven’t looked at in ages, give your bedroom a good dust. Clutter is a big no no when drawing wealth and love into your home. If your wardrobe is jam packed, time to throw some stuff out, love needs space to come in.Make it inviting

  • Make It Inviting

Contrary to clutter, is your room so neat as a pin that bed looks like it shouldn’t be sat on, never mind slept in? Soften the edges with some lush colours and soft, romantic fabric. Go easy on the pillows, too many can be a turn off, it should look like you want to jump under the cover asap!

  • Clusters of Symbolic Things

If there is one of you and you’d like a partner then clusters of two. If you’re already a family of two and would like to make it three then clusters of three, and so on. Symbolically send the message that your family is the number you’d like in your life. Avoid solitary items such as candles, plants, oLove, Sex + Feng Shui - Jan Pardy Woodcock BHSc (Acupuncture) 3r pictures of single items. Light pink candles of that number in the southwest corner of the room where possible. Singles wishing to be in a relationship, make sure there is a bedside table on each side. Already partnered with children – no photos of children in the boudoir! Even if you’re trying for more – the bedroom is for sex and sleep.

What Else?

  • Don’t have your bed shoved against the wall, let the energy flow around it.
  • Fresh flowers transform a room and raise the vibration.
  • No television in the bedroom. Apart from nasty electro magnetic radiation it creates issues in the relationship.
  • If you have an ensuite make sure the door is closed.

These are just a few of the things you can do to foster loving, harmonious and lasting relationships. It’s just a taster of what can be done to improve your bedroom and your love life.

I came away from the workshop inspired and revitalized. The meditation at the end with crystal singing bowls was sublime. I was transported. It was a totally invigorating and revitalizing experience.

Tracy Martorell is a Feng Shui consultant and home healer. If you’d like to learn more check out:

Jan is available for consultation on Wednesdays and Thursdays at Mornington Chinese Medicine.

To book your appointment call us on ph: 5973 6886.