Watch Your Back At Work With Feng Shui
When you infuse Feng Shui in your environment, the energy supports your career, wealth, relationships and health goals; opportunities arise.
Take small actions today using these basic Feng Shui principles to capture prosperity and harmony in your workplace.
Watch Your Back
Feng Shui and common sense warn you to watch your back because if someone wants to harm you, it can easily be done from behind. Therefore, make sure you have good back support where you sit.
Avoid sitting with your back to a busy hallway because it is distracting and unproductive. It is recommended to have a solid wall behind you.
Sitting with your back directly to a door indicates struggle, no support and loads of negative energy. Keeping the door closed will help a tad. If possible, do not hesitate to move your desk and make sure you can see the door at all times, so you can see people coming and going.
Sitting with your back to a large window indicates lack of support from employees and co-workers as well as tension and rivalry. Heavy blinds, a piece of furniture or a plant behind you can provide stability and help alleviate this situation.
Sitting with your back to a large mirror can cause confusion and create lack of concentration and focus. Mirrors must be used cautiously since they will reflect, dispel or magnify the energy.
Sitting too close to the entrance door of your office can leave you unprotected and vulnerable and weaken your position in the workplace.
Having your back to a T-junction within the office space, such as two hallways forming a “T”, indicates serious problems in pretty much all areas of your career.
Sitting with your back to a water feature, such as a fountain or a fish tank, is very destabilizing to your energy field and can indicate inauspicious, unpredictable events.
So what is the ideal desk position?
It has a commanding view of the door, a solid wall behind you, and a window view.
Take a look at your office and go ahead, move your desk around for the most beneficial Chi.
One World Feng Shui upcoming newsletter will discuss how to implement your Sheng Chi and Tien Yi to maximize even more your career potential.