Work your way to suc­cess

Fol­low th­ese sim­ple tips to max­imise the flow of pos­i­tive en­ergy at your place of work

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Whether you work in a multi-storeyed cor­po­rate build­ing or op­er­ate a busi­ness from home, your work space is where you spend a large chunk of your day. But is the chi ( pos­i­tive en­ergy) of your of­fice and work sta­tion sup­port­ive and nour­ish­ing? Does it com­pli­ment your work or does it bring you mis­for­tune?

To en­sure suc­cess, money and over­all pros­per­ity spruce up your of­fice/ work space with the fol­low­ing Feng Shui tips:

The eas­i­est way to get bored and lethar­gic is to work while fac­ing a blank wall. Move your ta­ble to­wards to face the main door and be in charge of the work sit­u­a­tion.

Get a Bagua map drawn of your work space to de­ter­mine the di­rec­tions. Place a small wa­ter­fall or a pic­ture of flow­ing wa­ter in the north to pro­mote your ca­reer, get pro­moted etc. For in­come gen­er­a­tion, place an up­ward fac­ing plant ( like bam­boo) in the south/ south east cor­ner of your of­fice.

De- clut­ter: Down­size and get rid of un­used stuff and junk to pro­mote free flow­ing cir­cu­la­tion of chi. Make sure t he en­trance i s wel­com­ing and un­ob­structed with heaps of files and trash. Re­pair bro­ken fur­ni­ture, do away with cracked mir­rors and glass and pay at­ten­tion to any­thing that seems to di­min­ish the en­ergy. En­sure that there is am­ple space to move around.

Na­ture-friendly: Fresh air and sun­light can do won­ders to one’s mo­ti­va­tion and pro­duc­tiv­ity lev­els. Keep fresh flow­ers and an in­door pot­ted plant within sight. Ar­ti­fi­cial flow­ers, wilt­ing or dead plants are shar chi (neg­a­tive en­ergy) and should not be kept in of­fice. How­ever if keep­ing ‘live’ plants is not an op­tion, the next best thing is a pho­to­graph or paint­ing de­pict­ing green­ery.

Lights, sound, ac­tion: Sounds can in­flu­ence our level of calm­ness. Open the win­dows to let in some fresh air and lis­ten to the rus­tle of the trees, chirp­ing of the birds, etc.

Er­gonomics: Keep a rec­tan­gu­lar wooden desk to en­hance cre­ativ­ity. Sci­en­tists and investigators would ben­e­fit most from a round me­tal­lic desk. It helps pro­mote clar­ity.

If you are into com­mu­ni­ca­tion, arts or in the mu­sic busi­ness, a glass ta­ble top is ideal for you. Of­fices, po­lit­i­cal and fi­nan­cial in­sti­tu­tions can profit from a square ‘earth’ desk which is made of mar­ble, con­crete, gran­ite etc. The au­thor is a feng shui con­sul­tant, di­rec­tor of Spirit n Soulkraft, tarot card reader, nu­merol­o­gist, palmist and a holis­tic healer. Email mikkachawla@gmail.com

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