HOW TO FENG SHUI YOUR OFFICE
Whether you work at home or go out to an office, here are some ideas for organizing this most important of spaces to get the most out of your time there.
Wherever possible, have a solid wall behind you and sight of the door. This creates a feeling of security, and using Applied Kinesiology, this one tip has been proven to keep your physical energy strong and grounded.
Have inspiring artwork around you - photos of your successes and companies and people you would like to be working with.
If you must face a wall at work, and you have no control about how your desk is positioned, add some distant view artwork to the wall so that your mind’s eye travels beyond it.
A plant and a light, the bigger the better for both, in the far left-hand corner of the office AND/OR the South East of your office enhances “Windfall Profits” - one of the main reasons for your occupation.
In the back right-hand corner of your office AND/OR the North West, have something round and metallic - e.g. a silver globe. These areas relate to cash flow.
Measure the compass direction from the centre of your office space.
Avoid mirrors in any office area, as you double the administrative work and not the profits! Cover TV screens when they are not in use as they often act as mirrors.
Plants generally help keep the air fresh. Peace lillies are particularly good for this purpose.
For men, a smoky quartz crystal on your desk is helpful.
For women, one of the best crystals is citrine.
Avoid having open shelves behind you, and where possible, store office items in a cupboard with solid or glass doors.
Keep heavy items stored closer to the floor level.
Rather than having one large pile of files on your desk, divide them into smaller stacks. Psychologically, this feels less burdensome.
Keep your desk area clean, clear and uncluttered, and do whatever you can at the end of your day to leave it that way. This makes for a good start the nex