Whether we’re at home or at work, we want the same thing: to feel positivity in any space we spend our time.
Our places of work are often where we spend most of our daily lives, and a Feng Shui consultation can bring to the workplace the same peace and harmony it can to a home.
A working environment doesn’t have to be stressful, overwhelming, or frustrating. From finding the right direction to face while you work, to the right positioning of your sitting area, taking control of your working space can empower you to enjoy your working hours with sharp focus, patience and a positive attitude.
The same Feng Shui tools used in the home are equally effective in the workplace. The Luo Pan, or Chinese compass, helps us explore the Ba Gua of the space (and the diﬀerent energies present), and the Five Elements can be used to provide balance and align with the type of business you’re involved in.
Electric and magnetic field (EMF) exposure needs to be managed in working spaces – especially in larger oﬃces – because of the number of gadgets and electricity used in modern life.
Focusing on your job with one eye on the natural world is the key to success. On top of this, Feng Shui can help you concentrate on the areas of your business you would like to improve and brings more solidity to the company’s identity.
Before employing any of the techniques outlined above, I will ask a series of questions to get to know your business. You would begin by talking about what your company does, what it wants to achieve, and what you would like to experience every day during your working hours.
I will then discuss ways to empower your business using Feng Shui, and help make sure you get the right amount of support mentally and spiritually, without detaching from your surroundings and nature itself.