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Boost Creativity And Productivity With These Few Simple Feng Shui Tips

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Literally meaning “wind” and “water,” Feng Shui is the traditional Chinese art of living that has been utilized by a growing number of people in other countries in their offices and homes. According to Feng Shui principles, people can tap into chi or natural energies for better chance of harmony, prosperity, health, and success in their lives.

Suggestions For Your Office

To enhance your workplace, there are a few time tested basic tips that you can use. These may involve the use of Feng Shui colors such as blues, purples, and reds. The use of the appropriate colors can make you feel a lot secure. You attract negative energy by having clutter at your workplace. Clearing up clutter can free yourself of mental burden and make you feel lighter. Green is the color that according to Feng Shui principles, help stimulate creativity and therefore placing plants in your workspace can help inspire creativity and at the same time, help you stay connected with the natural world. Some Feng Shui experts also say that a picture of your relatives, especially your father, can be good for inherited businesses. Placing an aquarium in the north side of your workspace can help jumpstart your business. It’s believed that blue and black fish help absorb and thus offset negative energy.

Things to Avoid For Your Office

From the standpoint of Feng Shui, you should not face away from the door (more so when you’re working from home) since this symbolically suggests your workspace rejecting business. Do not also sit at a position that looks out to toilets, closets or stairs. Refrain from placing sharp plants such as cacti on your desk. Do not sit in line with the door as this is the path of negative energy. As mops and brooms are believed to “sweep” success away, store them away from your workspace.

Steven Goldfarb is a board certified and licensed acupuncturist and practitioner of alternative medicine. He is also the founder of Goldfarb Chiropractic and Acupuncture Center in West Orange, NJ.

Written by Valerie

April 9th, 2019 at 9:34 am

Posted in Acupuncture