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This is a feng shui question, the oriental craft of designing a living space so as to smooth the movement of a good spiritual force and block a malignant one. My bedroom has two doors, one to a bathroom and the other an entrance. These two doors occupy one corner of the bedroom, and are positioned side by side at an angle of ninety degrees to each other. My question involves the position of the bed. The foot of the bed is facing the two doors, but neither door is DIRECTLY in line with the bed. That is because I have the head of the bed placed in the corner of the bedroom opposite the two doors, so as to form a triangular space between the head of the bed and that corner of the bedroom. I believe that the bed is safely placed as regards XXXXX XXXXX doors. Is that correct?
There is a headboard at the head of the bed. In my imagined view of your flooding model the water entering the bedroom will flow into the bathroom and also out into the bedroom itself. The branching current causes a gyre in the space between the two doors and the foot of the bed.
That movement of the "chi" leaves my bed untouched, while providing a close proximitry to the movement of the force. I think that's why I have been concerned; thanks for the fluid model of the living space.