The best position for your bed is with the headboard against a solid wall. If your bed is under a window, energy moves in and out causing interrupted sleep.
Same with mirrors. It's better to keep your mirror in a closet or bathroom.
You’ll feel subconsciously protected and relaxed if you can see the door from your bed. Position your bed so that you can see the door, but do not sleep in-line with the door.
Do not place your headboard up against a bathroom wall, especially the wall on which the toilet is located.
Have a solid bed, preferably wooden, with a headboard. A foot board can be supportive as well.
Nightstands make a great anchor for the bed, but make sure they don't create 90 degree angles that point at you while you sleep. Rounded corners are best, but if you have squared corners, do something to soften them such as draping a cloth over them.
If you have a ceiling fan over your bed, hang a crystal from it to soften the harsh energy.
It may feel better to have your bedroom door closed at night. Try it and see how you feel.
Keep your bedroom clear of clutter, especially and including under the bed.
Make your bedroom a place for only sleep and love; try not to keep things like electronics, things that remind you of work, and exercise equipment there.
Look around and make sure the things in your bedroom make you happy and peaceful. If they don't, find a way to change that for the better.
Let some sunlight in every day.
Make your bed every morning.
If you're left with more than one option of where to place your bed, I can help you narrow that down with a calculation for your personal trigram which will show you your best direction.
Contact me if you'd like further explanation on any of these tips!