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How to Use Feng Shui For Career Growth

Using feng shui for career typically refers to organizing your workspace the proper way. A good workplace is the key to improved work quality and emotional balance. Let’s review how to organize your work space so that it assists your career, rather than hinder it.

One of the most important factors to consider is the spatial position of your desk. Some positions are best avoided, or need to be improved if there’s no way to move the desk.

According to feng shui for career, sitting with your back to the entrance door is best avoided, as it may allow your colleagues to work around you for promotion. If there is no other option, put a mirror on your table to see those behind you.

Sitting with your back to the window is also a disadvantage, as it may make you feel “unsafe”. For gaining a sense of safety, consider placing a large object at the window, such as a plant or bookshelves.

It’s best not to have your desk crammed into a corner or squeezed between cabinets. Try to move it so that you can access your desk from the front and back. In Feng Shui, an open space symbolizes prospects.

Try not to sit facing a colleague either, as it may cause your energy to start dissipating.

In accordance with feng shui for career, sitting right next to the entrance door is the worst. No matter what job position you have, the passer-by will take you for someone they can ask for information. The hustle of people walking by and distracting you may become very tiring. Consider changing the location of your desk.

It’s acceptable to face a wall. However, try to hang a picture of a wide lake or valley on the wall in front of you to expand your visual perspective. You can also hang a picture of a flock of birds or a plane to increase your ambition. You can also hang an image of mountains - in feng shui, mountains symbolize assistance and rise.

According to feng shui for career, the best way is to sit with your back to the wall, and face the entrance door diagonally. Try to make your desk visible from the door, and not blocked by filing cabinets or anything else.

If there are many shelves with piles of documents and reference books where you work, try to review these and dispose of the obsolete ones. Those that are used seldom can be moved to a storage room. Cluttered and clogged cabinets and shelves prevent something new from coming in and limit your professional growth. Keep your workplace clean and tidy to circulate the positive Qi energy. Rooms with musty air, dirty windows, disordered furniture, and piles of documents will create bad Feng Shui.

Good lighting is another great way to attract positive energy. It’s good to have additional lighting on your desktop, such as a desk lamp. The light source must be located on the left (for right-handers). If you work on a computer, aim the light directly at your keyboard. Bright sunlight may interfere with your work, so consider using blinds or curtains to dim it. However, try not to switch to artificial lighting altogether.

If there are no windows in your room, be sure to have a photo of natural landscape on the wall, or have a small aquarium, flowers, or plants in the room.


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