I decided to feng-shui my bedroom. It’s been arranged the same way since I moved into this house and I thought a little change would be nice.So I shoved the bed over to the corner. This isn’t as simple as it sounds.
That involved moving carpets around that were under the bed - that took some serious muscle. Moving the bed, moving the other pieces of furniture, etc.
The first night the room was feng-shui’d I fell out of the bed. I then fell out of the bed when I got up the next morning.
The second night I fell out of the bed and fell out of the bed when I got up the next morning.
The third night I moved everything back the way it was before. My Beloved Curmudgeon insisted on it.
Here’s my question. Why - WHY - would my body still be subconsciously oriented with the room rather than the bed?
I mean, I remember getting up and rolling out of bed and plopping on the floor. In my subconscious I thought the bed was the way it was before. So when I hopped out of the bed I was oriented in such a way that I fell out.
What’s with that?