Friday, August 25, 2006

Getting Bad Grades? Blame Your Bed

RICHMOND, Va. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Students who are getting bad grades on their report cards may want to blame their beds, not their study habits.

That’s according to self-proclaimed “feng shui diva” Robyn Bentley, who says it’s important that a person’s bed point their noggin toward the wisdom side of their room.

How do you do that? Well, Bentley claims everyone has four positive directions – career, family harmony, relationships and wisdom – which are determined by their gender and year of birth.

She says once you figure out which direction your “wisdom” points, facing the bed in that direction will result in a marked improvement in grades.

But slacker scholars aren’t off the hook yet.

Bentley says placing the bed too close to the bathroom causes illness or having it face towards the door allows outside energy to flow in and “be distracting.”

Also, Bentley says the headboard should always rest against a solid wall, but if you’re forced to put it under a window, cover it with curtains so that it “looks more like a wall.”

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