Actually the reason I wanted to mention the room was the bed… (I know, I promise this is the last time I mention the bed … except to say first that I have clean sheets tonight and that such a pleasure should be number one on the list of Things I Like (see July))
Anyway, this bed story is more a study on human behaviour ok?
In the room change of arrangement my bed is turned around 180 degrees. I am sure you’ll agree this is not a remarkable thing … However doing so has totally altered my sleeping behaviour.
With the bed in the old position I slept on my left side, with the bed in the new position I sleep on my right. I also now sleep on the total opposite side of the bed… Anyway, in both scenarios I am opting for sleeping on the edge of the bed closest to the door and on the side which sees me facing the door, almost as if I were making sure I was ready for a quick getaway, should such a need arise… I wonder what my subconscious is trying to tell me…
Has anyone else made similar findings in their experience? Or is this one more thing that makes me slightly off centre…
I always sleep with my body towards the centre of the room. I shifted sides when I last moved by bed. I imagine, like you, it is a sub-conscious thought so that I can make a quick escape if I should need to. ;-)