When you work from home, good workspace Feng Shui helps you in two essential ways:
–> With a less-stressful environment you bring good Chi energy to the success of your business.
–> With your intentions firmly anchored and activated you’re better equipped to recognize opportunities and do your best work, every single day.
In Part 1 of this series, we took a look at the basics of setting up an office or workspace at home with Feng Shui.
Here in Part 2 I go over the Feng Shui fine-tuning that’s necessary for you to work at home in the most focussed, creative and productive way possible.
1. Add Feng Shui vitality to your office. These adjustments are especially important if you work in a windowless space.
- Create three-way Feng Shui goodness with plants: they help clear the air, create fresh Chi energy on a daily basis, and symbolize the growth you desire for your business.
- Good lighting invites the Yang energy you need to achieve. Set up a bright field of light that fills the space plus task lighting on your desk or table.
- A small fan keeps Chi moving. Experience the subtle difference it makes in your energy level when air is constantly, but quietly, moving around you.
- A round faceted crystal hung in a window or from the center of the ceiling circulates brilliant, ever-changing Chi that lights up your energy.
2. Harness the power of the Bagua Map in your office or workspace.
- The Feng Shui Bagua Map works for your office as well as your home. Use it to clarify your intentions for your worklife, and to activate your vision and purpose in your business.
- The Bagua Map is your primary Feng Shui tool, so even if your workspace needs to be dismantled regularly (a dining table, for instance) you’ll need to find a way to access its energetic power. One of my favorite techniques is to divide a bulletin board into the nine Bagua sectors and visually activate your intentions with pictures and notes in each separate area.
3. Sit in a place where you can avoid “poison arrows.”
- Rounded corners are best. If your environment includes sharp angles pointed directly at your body as you work, blunt the effect with a lovely textile hung right over the offending corner.
Every situation is different when you work at home.
Don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions about these important Feng Shui home-office techniques.