Bedroom layout taboo after the altar

One of feng shui taboos and traditions of folk bedroom should not arrange behind the altar, Buddhist worship sites , Ancestors .

One of taboos and traditions of folk residence is not in front of or behind the deity shrine itself . That means that in the house , the bedroom should not be arranged immediately behind the altar, Buddhist worship sites , Ancestors . Feng Shui bed is placed immediately behind the altar will be prone to the adverse emotional and relational life couple .

Also, not only taboo folk putting the couple’s bed after the altar, but also that those aged 12 to 60 should not even sleep in the back pages church altar . This is to avoid the disadvantages arising for ” Training flower predestined ” , stop making emotional murderous couple , couples become bland , the two sides can even discord and frustration on each other .

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In terms of science :

A common characteristic of man is or think of what was happening around her . If located adjacent bedroom behind the altar, as it will often sleep in smelling incense , hear the chanting , prayer , tapping the gong , … which relate to the Holy Spirit , and those who had ancestors died . Hence , in the subconscious , they will arise as thoughts about spiritual direction , faded with worldly life , with love relationships , attachment, male and female , husband and wife .

Physiologically , scientifically proven that , from age 12 to 18 is the period for the human body enters puberty and adulthood. Thus , the stimulant hormone secreted from the physiological basic set of male gender , women develop very fast and almost completed the process of physiological development and growth during sex this period .

Structure of genitalia in male and female gradually go into complete , formed personality differences and arose and went to curiosity coveted relationship with the opposite sex . Also during this period , between the sexes begin sympathy , harmony , or in other words it is the expression of pre- marriage period .

From age 60 onwards , the human body gradually going to phase out fertility , and aging , the demand and physiological excitement gradually disappeared. Therefore , if unmarried people who aged 12 to 60 , often live, reside behind the altar of God , the Buddha way of thinking , their perception ( emotional as well as gender relations ) will be different from other ordinary people . Most are not interested in bringing about gender relations minded about spiritual realms , Spirit Buddhism .

According put it in on the physiological age under 12 , children often unformed feelings for the opposite sex and there was no idea that gender relations . And those over age 60 who are going to get old , they went through stages of development in terms of psychological and physical . This is the last phase of the system requires significantly reduced physiological , and on a certain extent , the need for spiritual tenderness had a little bit lighter . But no matter how matter , thoughts and feelings of those who often live , living right behind the altar in the Holy Buddhist cause , it is best to choose a more suitable location for places of worship worshiping .

If not , you can use other measures to neutralize such as plywood or concrete used to prevent back bedroom altar , turning her space into a relatively comfortable passage or a warehouse to store furniture .

– Bed Head behind the altar : Spouses easy to argue , even fight each other . The single person who is hard up family . No matter married or not, have the potential occurrence of cold emotional attachment , leaving the family even a monk.

– The bed on the right side or the left side behind the altar : couple prone to controversy , sometimes even no quarrel .

– Foot bed immediately turned back toward the altar : couple easy Amid loud , even quarrel .

One or both spouses are likely to encounter an accident while away from home , especially abroad .
( According to Eva )

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