Feng Shui home office

Home office can support and nourish your talents and abilities or negates them, if it is arranges in a way that does not make you feel good.

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Avoid the situation where you have door into the room behind your back.

Your office should be a place of power, which leads you straight to the success and abundance. Since the area at the front door is the most yang this is the best place for a home office, especially, if you have a lot of business visits.

If your work is associated with things, that are more calm and relaxed, for example writing, painting or computer work, than your work space needs to be far away from the front door, in the last part of your home.

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If possible, place your desk so that you have your back against the wall.

Tips to Feng Shui home office

Place your desk and chair in the farthest corner of the room, opposite to the entrance door. Avoid to sit in direct drafts, between the door and the window. In this case, you don’t have the necessary protection, which can be in business shown as lack of support.

It is very important that you have diagonal view to the door and that you sit on the “control” position in the room. In that way you control the space and not the other way around. You have the view of all the events in the area, including this, who comes into the room.

Avoid the situation where you have door into the room behind your back. Symbolically this attract into your life people, who push a knife into your back. Since you have no control over what is happening in the room, it can often happens that things are ahead of you and you are unable to finalise the projects within the deadlines.

Avoid the office position directly opposite to the bathroom or toilet. The abundance that you create in this case, will flow away from you. Even in the case where office is opposite the staircase, things may take place too quickly and you won’t be able to control all of them.

If you door to the office watch directly in the next door, place a crystal on the door or draw a red dot to the door or to the door handle, so that you can see “from eye to eye” and avoid a confrontation, that might arise.

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Keep an empty space in front of you.

Keep an empty space in front of you. If possible, place your desk so that you have your back against the wall. This will give wings to your imagination and energy. It is very important to avoid position, where you looking directly into the pillar.

Avoid harmful arrows, which can target you. Arrows are created by sharp corners of furniture, columns which are directed right into you. Move, to avoid the effect or place high plants between you and sharp edges .

If you sit, that you have a wall behind you, it symbolically represents the support and protection that you need in the workspace. If this is not possible, sit with your back against the window and use curtains to create symbolic protection. Place a crystal ball on the window or put a stone or a statue on the shelf.

Behind your back, on the wall, hang a picture of a mountain, which will give you a protection. Tall building or a turtle will give you a sense of stability, too. It is not recommended that you hang a picture of water, lake or waterfall behind you.

Avoid to have a cabinet with open shelves behind your back, as this symbolically means that you let someone to put knives in your back. In this case you can develop back pain, you may have a lack of concentration or one of you coworkers can stab you in your back and break your trust.

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If you sit, that you have a wall behind you, it symbolically represents the support and protection that you need in the workspace.

feng shui home office placement colours position energy everydaytalks.com

It is very important that you have diagonal view to the door and that you sit on the “control” position in the room.

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