Feng Shui Do’s
1. Sit in the corner farthest from the entrance to the room to have a “command” position.
2. Keep your back toward a corner or a wall for support. If a post protrudes from the corner or wall, correct it by covering it with a hanging plant’s draping foliage.
3. Sit with a tall building behind you to get the support of if your back is to a window.
4. Face the front door if you are conducting business from home. Business will routinely come to you through the door.
6. Place an aquarium or tabletop fountain in the East, North, or Southeast. A small aquarium with black or blue fish in the North area of your desk or office will activate your business and career success.
7. Place a metal safe in either West or Northwest, which will represent the metal element. The safe symbolizes the prosperity and financial security of a business.
8. Manage a good balance of yin and yang at your workspace. This can be done by harmonizing colors, surfaces and textures while decorating your interiors.
9. Treat the files in your office with respect. They represent your past, present, and future business.
10. Eliminate clutter and allow the free flow of chi in your home as well as at your workplace.
Feng Shui Don’ts
1. There are some things which you should always try to avoid doing when looking for a feng shui balanced environment since they could be disastrous to such purpose.
2. Avoid living or working in an environment containing too much yin energy. Among the places which contain more yin energy we can find cemeteries, hospitals and churches.
3. Avoid attracting to much yin into your space by opening the windows and doors regularly and allowing sun light enter.
4. Avoid living in a house that is much bigger or smaller than the neighboring ones. This could bring you misunderstandings and problems with your neighbors.
5. A house should never be placed facing the end of a road, or hallway in case of an office.
6. An office’s or a house’s entrance door should be clear and free of obstacles; there shouldn’t be trees or any structure right in front of it.
7. Never place furniture in such a way that there is not much space between them; there should always be space for chi to flow within any space.
8. Avoid placing beds, chairs, sofas or desks right across main doors or with the back towards them.
9. Don’t place too much of an element in the wrong area. A house area should contain water or metal to be in balance and avoid placing too much fire, earth or wood in them.
10. Avoid dark corners. If you find a dark corner within your house or office, you should make it clearer by illuminating it or by placing a plant at it. Dark places and spots always attract yin energy and obstruct chi from flowing freely and properly.
11.DON’T sit in line with the door, as you will be in the path of negative energy.