4 Ways To Turn Your Office Into A Feng Shui Paradise
In order to get the job done as fast as possible and be efficient, you need to stay focused on your tasks. Sadly, not many of us are blessed with an iron will and ability to stay focused for long periods of time, so we need to take short breaks every now and then. If you want to be efficient and successful in your job, you need to stay motivated, but it’s difficult to do so when your office is a mess.
Don’t worry, we bring you a list of things you can do to decorate your office using Feng Shui principles which will help you concentrate better.
There is no way you will be able to focus on your tasks and deadlines if you’re unable to find the things you need. If you keep losing papers, aren’t able to find the right folder, and keep opening the wrong drawers in search of pens and USB sticks, you won’t be doing a lot of work.
First things first: you need to identify what things are important in your work life, figuratively and literally. The teachings of Feng Shui show us that clutter in the drawers of your desk has a serious effect on your life energy, and you don’t want to lose any of it. By decluttering your office, your desk, and your shelves, you will be freeing the space for new energy, and you will feel the change sooner than you think.
2) Back Support
A great way to create more stability and get more support in your office is to choose right desk chair. The good one, like will support your back and be a good energetic support too. A good chair has a solid, high back and it’s not only comfortable but functional too. The high back will support you and make you feel secure, and it will be even better if it supports your arms too like these black executive chairs do with their fixed arms. Try to pick the right color as well: red will fill you with fire-like energy, while brown will give you more stability and grounding. Make sure your chair backs a solid wall, otherwise it doesn’t offer you support. You will feel less safe and secure if your chair backs a door or a window and if there’s anyone walking behind you while you work you’ll be distracted.
3) Desk Philosophy
The material your desk is made of is also important: if it’s made of glass it will certainly look stylish and elegant, but it won’t be as practical. You will notice every speck of dust and fingerprint, and it will be a distraction. Choose a round table made of a solid wood one instead; not only will it look good and bring good energy, but the material will keep your ideas and creativity instead of letting them go. Make sure that your desk is in order, get plenty of boxes and sort your papers and trinkets in them instead of piling them up for days; this way you will allow the energy to flow freely and it will be easier for you to find your way around.
4) Mind the Angles
Poison arrows have a Feng Shui name – Sha Chi. This stands for the bad energy which can linger in a room and its attacks can deplete and weaken your own energy in turn. In order to avoid this from happening, you need to focus on angles. Look around and try to see clearly the way the furniture in the room is positioned. If you notice any sharp angles which are pointing at you while you work, you need to change things up a bit. By re-positioning the furniture in your office slightly, you will change the energy flow in the room and neutralize bad Feng Shui energy.
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