For those who wish to consider using Feng
Shui to improve their career and promotion prospects should look into
Check The Office
Check the main entrance to the office. Is
it in your best (Sheng Qi) direction? If so it is excellent. If not, is
it in any of your other good directions? If it is, good. If it is not
and you can do something about it, change the direction to favour you.
If you cannot, is there another door you can use to get in and out of
the office which is facing one of your good directions?
Check the entrance to your own office/room. Follow the same routine as
above. Ideally you should enter your own office from your Sheng Qi
Check the LOCATION of your room vis-à-vis
the whole office. Is it in the most auspicious of your four locations?
If so excellent, if not can you do something about it?
Check the LOCATION of your desk/table
within your room. Is the table placed in such a way that you do not
have your back to the door? Are you sitting facing your best DIRECTION?
If so it is excellent. If not, do move your table around such that you
are facing at least one of your best directions. Do remember that you
should not have your back to the door, or to the window. There should
be a solid wall behind you to provide “support”.
Check that you are not sitting under an
overhanging beam. Move your chair/table out of the way if you are
underneath it. Exposed beams cause headaches and a disturbed mind which
clouds your judgement.
Check that there are no protruding
columns from corners which are pointed at you. If there are, use plants
to camouflage and deflect the bad qi coming from the corner.
Finally use some Feng Shui activators
like crystal ball or installing a small fish tank.
Check The Home
Check the main entrance door to your
home. Make sure it is in your Sheng Qi direction. If it is not make
sure it is at least in one of your four auspicious directions. The main
door of your home is especially important since this has an important
impact on your career.
Check your study and the working desk in
your study. If you do not have such a room then checks the direction of
the desk within the house which you do use. It is also important to
determine the LOCATION of your desk, and to ensure that it is one of
your four best locations.
Check your kitchen and toilet locations.
Make sure they are located in one of your four BAD locations. Any
toilet located in one of your best directions should ideally not be
used since it “flushes” away your opportunities. For this reason
toilets are usually to be located in an inauspicious position.
Check your bedroom location and your
sleeping direction. To create career luck you MUST sleep with your head
pointed towards your Sheng Qi direction.
According to the Chinese, good Feng Shui
works by enhancing good luck and deflecting bad luck. Bad Feng Shui on
the other hand attracts bad luck, and if you happen to be going through
a “bad period”, there is no solace, or escape from difficulties and
Career path upward mobility often depends on one’s interpersonal
interactions with the boss, and with your colleagues. Good Feng Shui
ensures that there is harmony between you and the people you interact
with. Difficult situations then tend to sort themselves out.
Generally speaking the Feng Shui of one’s house is more important than
the Feng Shui of one’s office. If the sleeping position is correct and
the main door of the home is correctly aligned, one’s Feng Shui is
generally deemed to be good.