So, if a co-worker right next to you has really bad feng shui going on in his or her office area, yes, you will be influenced.
The only thing you can do is to take really good care of the feng shui of your own office area, and establish clear boundaries.
When you have to work in a cubicle type office setting, where the office set-up cannot be changed, you have to pay even more attention to creating (and keeping) good energy throughout your day at the office.
You might not be able to move your desk into a feng shui commanding position, or face your lucky feng shui directions, but there are still many ways to improve the energy of your workspace.
Here are some basic feng shui tips for a cubicle or shared office space:
- If you have your back to the door, be sure to find a way to see the reflection of the office entrance, meaning to have a view of what is going on behind your back. You can do that with any strategically placed office related-object made from shiny metal.
- See what feng shui office energizers you are allowed to bring into your space and go for their best placement. Some of the feng shui must-have for the office are air-purifying plants and high energy items, such as photos that carry the energy of happy moments or bright, inspiring art with vibrant colors.
- Be absolutely sure you have a clear organization system and there is no place for clutter in your area. Once the clutter starts accumulating, your energy is sure to quickly go into the bad feng shui office category.
- Look into the topic of EMF pollution and decide if you need any personal protection. Chances are, if you are surrounded by computers and office related equipment for many hours, your energy is being severely drained.
- Know that feng shui always works best when it is applied in a subtle way. Do not have little wind chimes hanging from your computer or bring bagua mirrors and three legged frogs. Find office decor-appropriate solutions to improve your space, solutions that you like and that fit into the overall office environment.
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