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FHM's 28 Days Of Romansahan: 6 Feng Shui Tips For A Better Sex Life This Horny Year!
FHM helps you get some this Year of the Wooden Goat!
by Ron Jay Eduvas | Feb 20, 2015
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It’s our favorite time of the year—that’s aside from Christmas and the FHM 100 Sexiest Victory Party; okay, it’s our THIRD favorite time of the year! But who’s counting, right? What’s more important is it’s now February. The love month. The okay-lang-magwaldas-para-sa-date month. The only month men are allowed to be ultra-cheesy.

But do you have any idea HOW to be cheesy? Are you and your lady constantly bickering about your lack of romance? Do you attribute your singlehood to your lack of wooing skills? Well, we’re going to solve these all for you! FHM will be dishing out daily how-to-be-a-Don-Romantiko tips the whole month of February!

Happy Year of the Wooden Goat, FHM Nation!

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To keep the good vibes flowing this Chinese New Year, we'll give you some awesome Feng Shui knowledge that can help you attract stronger sexual ki (energy) into your life and harness the proper elements to transform your bedroom into the ultimate love pad!

Get your yins and yangs flowing and scroll down for FHM's Feng Shui tips for a better sex life!


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In Feng Shui, mirror doubles the ki (energy) of anything it reflects. That means it also doubles whatever kind of ki you're feeding into it every time you're in front of one. It's suggested that you make your own kind of private ritual before meeting someone special. Channel all your positive energy (yin) and imagine that you're so pogi and will be successful in banging your dream girl tonight.

Just a few reminders though: Always keep your mirrors spotless and avoid putting it in places where it directly faces the bed. If it does though, you can either place a curtain or a canopy to block it while you sleep. However, facing the mirror while you're doing the deed can also double the energy of the steamy action.

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Ilang-ilang oil is one of the most used flower essences in perfumes and aromatherapy and it's also one of the most powerful libido-enhancing extracts around. One drop of the extract in a vase or furniture beside your bed every night can help you boost your sexual drive and aura.


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Avoid putting sharp and pointy items in your bedroom and sala because they tend to produce too much male (yang) energy, overpowering the female (yin) energy out of the area. Meaning it basically drives girls away because of the uneasy energy it manifests.

You can replace them with items with softer curves. Curvy objects help smoothen and balance the zen in an area, making the energy rotate in a calm, harmonious manner and help your jun-jun become the only pointy thing allowed in the bedroom.


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According to Feng Shui, your bed is the most important piece of furniture in your life since it's the only furniture that has the most intimate connection to your personal energy. Make sure to place your bed diagonally opposite the entrance door. You should be able to see the door but never be directly in front of it. Also, avoid sleeping with your head pointing towards the door. You should also avoid putting things underneath the bed since it can impede the flow of ki.

You should also keep all exercise equipment out of the bedroom since it disturbs the flow of yang energy in your body. Feng Shui experts believe that it triggers the ki out of your body towards the excitement of an exercise activity. The bedroom should also be used only for two things only: sleeping and that "other sleeping."

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If you really want your bedroom to become an ultimate sex pad, fill with it with fire elements. You can start by painting it in any shade of red. It represents love and passion and is believed to be the best color to draw out sexual energy for both sexes. Placing red stones, especially rubies, on your night stand also energizes the ki that's responsible for attracting the opposite sex. An erotic bedroom also incorporates the fire element of Feng Shui by using candles and oil lamps.

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Water is strictly prohibited inside the bedroom because it clashes with the fire element, the element of sex and passion. Any kind of fish tanks/bowls, fountains, and art forms that depict water activity should stay out of the bedroom. So say goodbye to that Finding Nemo poster on your wall.

Water elements in the bedroom can also lead to financial loss and fallout in a relationship.

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