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Feng Shui Office Increases Productivity

Updated on January 1, 2012

Good Home Office Feng Shui

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Good Karma Begins With Intent

Feng Shui is so ingrained in the asian culture I am not sure where folklore begins and ends. It is a way of life.The chinese always want to create good karma. The Chinese do not like to do things that bring bad luck. It is customary to do everything with positive intent because bad things will back fire and cause harm. There are so many books out there about Feng Shui. Unless you understand the culture, the superstitions and the rituals, it will not make sense to you. Good Feng Shui It begins with a simple thought; your intent! You may not see how this applies, but it does. If you think about your intent for every object, your furniture placement, hard-case goods, accessories, scale, color, and texture. Let's think for a moment, if you were to place objects and things in random manner or just anywhere, your Feng Shui will not feel harmonious. You would Feng Shui would be unorganized. A simple example would example your desk area. Is it a mess? When it is a mess can you think in orderly fashion? Are you as a efficient. I know for me, when my desk is a mess and mine is now because we are redoing the windows, so my desk is not in an ideal position, I feel less organized. Another example would be your your tv, room-family room, great room. It it warm and inviting or do you always feel like something is amiss? Do you enjoy being in that space? You will know you have succeeded in creating great office Feng Shui, when enjou being in that space and your productivity is positive and up. Below are practical Office Feng Shui tips.

1. Choose colors that you like. If you do not know what your favorite color is, look at your wardrobe. The colors you wear are the colors you are most comfortable in. It makes sense to decorate with that in mind. What colors do you wish to try but are too chicken to try?

2. What colors do you wish to try but are too chicken to try? Buy a swatch of fabric in that shade, about a yard of it and drape it on the sofa, hang it on the wall, study it. Does it make you feel good.? What colors make you feel alive and productive?

3. Place your desk in commanding position. You should sit having full view of the entry. This will give you control. Your desk should not be against a window. This will cause you to be less productive because you will gaze out the window.

4.All computer wires should be hidden and out of view.

5. Hang any art that you find to be a postive thought.

6.Place a floor plant near a window. Plants that are thriving and healthy is a sign of good feng shui and promotes finances.

7. Add a fish tank or a water feature to promote wealth. Place this in the South East area of room

8.Stay clutter free when ever possible and get rid of any paper, scraps and junk.

I want you all to have good Office Feng Shui. Try this and let me know!

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    • sunilkunnoth2012 profile image

      Sunil Kumar Kunnoth 

      8 years ago from Calicut (Kozhikode, South India)

      Well written and useful to all. I too follow feng shui but in a moderate way. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

    • sabinepanneau profile image

      sabinepanneau 

      9 years ago from Rosario, Argentina

      I always try to keep in mind some of these Feng Shui tips when I decorate or arrange a room.

      Thanks for sharing this list!

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      Brenda Trott, M.Ed 

      10 years ago from Houston, TX

      Great tips..thanks and welcome to hubpages!

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