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Making the best of Feng Shui in your home office

A lot of companies often turn towards Feng Shui when designing the office. The reason for this is attributed to the fact that the correct placement of objects in the office would have an impact on the employee’s energy flow and balance. Feng Shui harnesses the flow of chi (the positive energy that connects people with their immediate surroundings) and so, can be a great asset to your home office. Here are 6 useful Feng Shui tips that can help your home office attain overall prosperity in terms of success, wealth and happiness.

Feng Shui Tip 1: Don’t Share Bedroom and Work space

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Feng Shui principles state that your home office should not be in your bedroom. In fact, these two areas need to be kept as far apart as possible. If possible, set up the home office in an extra room in your house. If that is not feasible, consider adding a divider (like a folding screen) in between the bed and work space for a good Feng Shui effect.

Feng Shui Tip 2: Choose Inspiring Colors

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Each individual would have his own preference when it comes to choosing colors for the home office. However, according to Feng Shui principles, the work space needs to have a color that stimulates the body and mind to work. While yellow would be a good option for office that deal with creativity, red would be an apt choice for a work space that entertains a lot of guests. Blue and green would also be stimulating color choices for your home office. Feng Shui indicates that the ceiling of the room be painted in light colors in order to avoid creating feeling of being closed and depressed (dark ceiling colors have this effect on the mind)

Feng Shui Tip 3: Let plenty of natural air and light in

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Feng Shui guidelines indicate that your home office should have access to plenty of natural light and air. If you do not have access to either, consider investing in elements that would give you a similar ambiance. For instance, while full spectrum lights would offer your work space the necessary brightness, indoor plants can be kept around here and there to purify the air and make the room more refreshing as well as energizing to work in.

Feng Shui Tip 4: Choose the Right Desk

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According to Feng Shui principles, it is always considered best to purchase a new desk rather than choose an old one which probably has the previous owner’s negative energy left in it. Choose a rectangular or curved desk while avoiding L shaped desks as well as those with missing corners. Wooden and metal desks are considered the best options for the home office and can help you succeed in your ventures. Avoid glass top surfaces as they indicate a void through which your professional ambitions would fall through.

Feng Shui Tip 5: Choose the correct placement of the Desk

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Feng Shui instructs you not to place the desk in such a way that your back faces the door. Rather, the desk should allow you to face the door while working. Do not keep the desk in line with the door, but further from it (preferably a bright corner facing the door).

Make sure the desk does not face a blank wall. If it does, consider pasting an inspirational poster on it or covering it with screens. Also make sure that you do not sit with your back facing a window as it would create instability at work.

Feng Shui Tip 5: Avoid Clutter on and below the work desk

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Clutter can drain your energy and put a full stop to even your best thoughts. According to Feng Shui, a clutter free work space is the most energetic and enthusiastic places to work in. So make sure to clear clutter on the work desk as well as the surrounding areas. Keeping a dustbin below the work desk can harness negative energy according to Feng Shui. So keep the dustbin a bit farther away in the room. A clutter free zone would definitely add more success and wealth to your business ventures.

Feng Shui Tip 6: Get your family in for Inspiration

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Feng Shui dictates that having a family photo in your workplace would stimulate you to work harder to achieve your professional goals. Opt for a wood frame photo which would provide the necessary energy and inspiration to your home office.

Designing your home office according to Feng Shui principles can be extremely beneficial for your work. From choosing the right desk and its placement to choosing the right colors for your home office, these tips would enable Feng Shui to make your home office more productive.

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