However, you can sure apply the feng shui commanding position to any area you tend to spend a lot of time in - be it your favorite reading chair or your couch.
The feng shui commanding position in any room is the spot that is further from the door and not in the direct line with it. It is usually diagonally from the door and facing the door.
You can have several commanding position spots in any given space, but there will always be one that is most powerful, usually the furthest corner from the door (think of the meaning and location of the corner office).
Another criteria for the feng shui commanding position is good backing. So, let's say, you have your office desk in the commanding position, all looks perfect, but there is a window behind your back. This is not a full commanding position, it is still weak. You need to create strong backing behind your back. After you've done that, not only will you have a complete view of what is happening in any given space, you will also have strong feng shui backing/protective energy behind your back.
Once you really understand and know how it feels to be in a feng shui commanding position, you will automatically look for it even outside your home or office. You will choose better spots in a meeting to keep your energy stronger, in a restaurant, or in any other place you have to spend time in.
To sum it up, here is what is needed for a spot to be considered a powerful feng shui commanding position:
- Further from the door
- Not in a direct line with the door
- Good view of the door
- Strong backing/support behind you.
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