June 5, 2014
Practical Feng Shui for the Office:
Finding Your individual Balance in the Workplace
by Kathryn Wilking
“I have met with so many people in the last few years who apologize for their office. Apologize? For what? Well, a lot of them are embarrassed. They don’t really like their workspace. The problem is in the flow, the routine and the organization of their work. Feng shui can help you with all of these things. A feng shui office will give you a balanced flow of energy so you can accomplish the tasks of the day. The goal is to make your time more productive and more functional.
The purpose of this book is to take the mystery out of feng shui and show you how practical it really is. Feng shui can give you guidance to become more aware of your surroundings and to find the proper balance in your life.”
One of the first things to consider in the office is the placement of the desk and other furniture. Regardless of whether you have an entire room designated as your office or simply a closet or cubicle, you will need to find the Command Position.
This would be the best spot to place your desk in order to see the whole room and the doorway, yet not be in direct alignment with the doorway. In your Command Position, you should feel comfortable and relaxed. If you feel good sitting at your desk, it is a good indication that you are on the right track. You may not feel like a success right away, but you will enjoy the process of becoming successful in the future.
The Command Position and its complexities refer back to an ancient Chinese model, as explained in Appendix A. When you find your Command Position, you automatically become safe (your back is protected), you have control (have your sight lines defined) and you are out of the way of distractions.
Things to think about when setting up your work area in the Command Position:
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