For years, people have been rearranging their furniture, re-painting their walls and removing clutter in the hopes of changing their life through Feng Shui.
Feng Shui (pronounced "fung shway") enthusiasts believe the way your home is arranged can affect how you feel, as well as the energy that you attract in your life. It's logical structuring of a space.
But What About the Kids?
According to Certified Feng Shui Practitioner Dr. Katherine Grace Morris, Feng Shui can also be practiced in kids' rooms to encourage balance, relaxation, success and even encouragement.
"To balance a child's life, I'd first look at what is in his or her room and what is going on in the child's life," Dr. Morris says. "The room and the child are part of a system, so they need to be examined together. Does he have trouble focusing? I would then make the bedroom especially soothing, with soft fabrics, sounds of nature and task-specific lighting."
Dr. Morris explains that Feng Shui for a child's room focuses on improving balance and security in their life.