I wonder what direction my head bobs when am sleeping in my chair
If I am in a house which does not have a fan/ac, I will sleep with my head near the window. If it has air conditioning, then a blanket is all I need and I can tuck me self away as and how I wish.
Also, it depends on where the electrical sockets are since I like to keep my phone by my head (because I can set snooze for 3 minutes on my phone) and I like to charge it over the night.
When I was a kid I remember my dad consulting a Feng Shui expert for something. Course of conversation, he came with the picture of something which he said will keep the evil spirits away and if a normal person sees it for 5 seconds (or some duration), s/he will have a headache. Being what I was, I purposefully used to stare at that image for hours and it did nothing to me. As the minutes of the hours passed by, I used to wonder when on Earth am I supposed to get the headache ! I knew that piece of paper wasn't keeping no evil spirits away.
Seetharaman Venkatasamy wrote:Hi folks, one of the old man in my village recently told me that put your head either east or south! need your input because I keep exactly opposite always! I asked him why? he replied, he was instructed by his parents... any input?
Sure, I'll add my two cents worth to the original post:
I usually sleep on my left side. If I sleep with my head to the north, then I'll be facing east, in which case the morning sun will shine right in my eyes. I much rather have my head to the south, face west and have the morning sun on the back of my head. Since our bedroom does indeed have an east-facing window, the morning sun really does come into play.
I used to think the day would never come
That my life would depend on the morning sun.
-- New Order
subject: What direction should our head point while sleeping?