In our life, we are spending 8 hours (maybe more OT for some of us) which is already 1/3 of our daily life so will it be useful to apply some Feng Shui tips to the office? If you are working in a properly feng shui-ed office, it make a huge difference and you will enjoy coming to work, instead of dragging your foot along every day. Most importantly, good office Feng Shui in your personal work space help you to get recognition and increase your promotion opportunity, whilst the bad one will bring you backstabbing, gossip, politics and anything that can cause unhappiness.
Given the above situation, can you afford NOT to apply some tips to attract good Feng Shui? Let’s read on for more tips
1. Backstabber alert
It is inevitable to have such type of people in most of the office who back stab you in order to achieve their ultimate motive, so remember to watch your back. So it does make great sense when Feng Shui always remind you to have good back support. (not only in office, but also in home Feng shui, for example, your sofa, bed and wealth position must have back supporting too
2. Avoid sitting facing the wall
If you are seated in this position, it is best for you to shift your location because the wall symbolize an obstacles to career growth and promotion opportunity. If it is not possible to change your position, you can hang a picture of an “open” scenery to improve your bright hall.
3. PC Desktop background does matter
It will be good to have “mountain and water” as your desktop background picture because it symbolize your future career growth. Avoid those picture with negative effect like, sunset, skeleton and others at all cost.
4. Counter office politics with a Rooster Ornament
If you are a victim of office politics, you can display a rooster at your table or cabinet to peck away the unnecessary gossip and politics
5. Keep your workspace free of clutter
It is a definitely a good habit to spend a few minutes every day to clear your workspace. It will brighten your day and give a good impression to bosses who walked past. Beside that, it will also increase your efficiency and productivity in a de-cluttered space.
6. “Hidden” storage is a NO NO too
Not only you need to have a clean and tidy workspace, you must also get rid of unwanted documents in cabinets and cupboards, instead of shoving everything inside. In the long run, it will accumulate stagnant energy that can hurt your success at work unknowingly.
7. Avoid a seat that is too near to the door and other unfavourable position
Sitting in a location that is too near to the door is unprotected and vulnerable. Even if you have no choice to be seated in this situation, try not to have your back facing the door. Make sure that you can see anyone who is entering the office.
Here are some good and bad positions to avoid and grab
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Highlights of Tips to Feng shui your work space
Tip 1: If your back of your seat is facing the walkway, you will have a feeling of insecurity because anyone who walk past can peek at what you are doing. It also symbolize no support and attract back stabber. You can resolve this situation by placing a mirror to reflect your back so that you can see who is approaching. Alternatively, you can also counter it by having a chair with high back support.
Tip 2: Facing the table, Left side represent green dragon and the right is the white tiger. On the green dragon, it has to be noisy so your phone can be placed on the left to attract good call, like sales enquiry, order taking and thank you call. But if you put the phone on your right, it will do the opposite that is complaint call. It is also good to have plant on the left hand side.
On the right hand side, you can put god of wealth to attract good luck and wealth.
Tip 3: Even Feng Shui can be apply to the desktop background on your PC. Try to put pictures that symbolize positivity like Spring, Mountains, Waterfall and avoid withered flower, snow and sunset.
Enjoy Feng Shui-ing your work space to attract opportunity of promotion and career growth.