Now, Feng Shui for the office
By S BS Surendran
17th June 2012 12:31 AM
Creating good Feng Shui in the important areas of the office is sure to have a strong impact on the prosperity of the company. Incorporating Feng Shui design and elements in laying out office space will ensure that costly and common mistakes that lead to unpleasant situations, decline in sales, disgruntled staff and employee turnover can be avoided. The prime focus areas would be the main door, entrance, offices of the executives, marketing, conference and CEO’s rooms.
At the entrance install warm lighting and avoid glaring fluorescent lighting. Ensure a direct view of the entrance and avoid positioning staff and work force with their back to the entrance of an office.
Worker absenteeism and employee turnover have been major concerns in many offices. Placing a picture of Mountainscape at the appropriate sector and a large crystal geode will help in curbing such situations.
Some of the other essential tips for a work place would be:-
Avoid Heavy electric and photocopy machines close to main door as the heat near the main door causes the chi to disperse.
Avoid placing empty vases next to the main door creating a sign of emptiness and vacuum
Cactus and Bonsai are a taboo at work but luscious green plants are considered good.
Ensure you do not sit with a window behind you; cover it with blinds if there is a window.
Placing motifs or painting of horses especially at South sector symbolizes yang chi and ushers in good reputation especially near the lobby.
The feel of a prosperous office with work force that are exuberant contributes towards achieving higher business success and turn over through good Feng Shui design and layout further empowered with symbolisms.
The writer is an accredited Master Fengshui Consultant, Bioenergetician and Vaastu Practitioner. Email: - email@example.com Web site: - http://www.fengshuiserver.com
Ph: - 91-80-25252456 or 25252109.
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