Richmond, VA (PRWEB) March 29, 2006
As a feng shui consultant, Robyn Bentley has seen the damage that bad feng shui can do to good kids. She says “there are no bad children, only bad behavior. And the environment in your child’s room has a big impact on them“. If you give your child a couple of sodas and candy bars, they’re going to behave differently than if you gave them some juice and a granola bar. Obviously caffeine and sugar are “negative stimulation”. If the temperature in the house is 90 degrees, tempers are going to go off a lot easier than if it was 65 degrees. Excessive heat is negative stimulation. Parents know how their kids will respond to that kind of stimulation. But what most parents don’t know is that there is negative stimulation in the home that can have a negative effect on their child.
“Feng Shui For Children’s Rooms” teaches parents about the best sleeping directions, bed placement, colors, symbols, clutter control, and the dangers of EMFs. The advice is easy to understand and apply. For example, keeping clutter to a minimum will help keep your child from procrastinating, make it easier to focus on studies, and lessen the chance of depression. Reducing your child’s exposure to EMFs (electromagnetic frequencies) will help them sleep better and keep their mood brighter. Using happy family photos, school, sports and club photos, awards, trophies and certificates will remind kids that they are loved and give them a sense of belonging and accomplishment. The web class helps parents identify many different kinds of negatives in the child’s room so they can make adjustments to make the space more positive and nurturing. You’ll find the class in the “Feng Shui For Kids” section at fengshuidiva.com.
Robyn Bentley is a feng shui consultant and author of “Creating A Haven: Simple Steps For A Healthy And Nurturing Home“, “Clutter Queen Boot Camp”, and “Feng Shui For Children’s Rooms”. She is heard on radio stations across the USA and around the world giving out tips as Feng Shui Diva! and offers many free tips for the home, office and kids rooms on her web site fengshuidiva.com.