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Office Feng Shui
Feng Shui is a valuable tool in your workplace. It aids in increasing sales, boosting morale of employees, increasing productivity and inducing kind energies. Apply Feng Shui at your business or home office. At work, you should have your seat on a solid surface and have stable back support; you should create an artificial support if you do not have one. You can do this by placing 8 white stones or pebbles under your seat, or cover your seat with brown and yellow cloth. Below, please find the things to avoid in your workplace.
Back of your seat is facing the door.
This makes sense since the rule of thumb requires your back to have support so any opening from behind is deemed as a leakage or a loophole to interfere with your support. You will find it hard to have support from superiors or your work will require constant correction or amendment. If you cannot or do not have a choice, you should place a yellow or brown shirt to cover your chair and place 8 white stones under your seats. Nevertheless, make sure you arrange them properly and not out of place. Ideally, you should move your workplace as well.
Take a minute to find out which of your co-workers face such a situation and examine the repercussions he or she has, if any. If it is true for your co-worker, give this book to him or
Behind your seat is a wall plate mirror.
A wall plate mirror is essentially the same as having the back of your seat facing the door. The rational behind this is that the mirror reflects you without any concrete support. The mirror also serves as an absorbing tool to attract kind energies like water. However, since you are in front of the mirror, your energies will be drained away! You will feel muscle pain and lethargic most of the time.
Take a minute to examine what type of mirror you have at your home or office. Some mirrors are concave out and some are flat, for different purposes. The flat mirror serves to absorb energy while the concave outward mirror serves to reflect away energies.
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