Feng Shui – Office
Discover the elements of your constitution and how they affect your living spaces. From this session, you will learn how to use Feng Shui to enhance your living space to optimise positive energy in your life.
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To know which living space you should focus on improving using Feng Shui, you first need to determine which area you spend the most time in – this is the area that you should prioritise getting right.
If you are spending 6 to 8 hours of your day in bed, then making sure you have a good Feng Shui layout there is important because it’s the energy field where you spend one third of your day. If you spend long hours at your desk to work and to check your finances, your desk must be positioned according to the right Feng Shui element because that is where you will make (or break) your fortune. If all employees use the same entrance at the office, this should be made priority. If a boss makes all their strategic decisions in a particular room, this should be the primary focus of the office. However, if the boardroom is the main place where important meetings are held and decisions are made, this room should be the focus.