I have discovered that by instilling Feng Shui principles in my life, I have been able to
- have more energy
- use more rational thoughts in decision making
- feel less stress
- get more completed in the time allotted
and so much more!
There is power in Feng Shui; the ancient Chinese system of balance… And many other belief systems have followed similar principles.
A perfect balance in work, play, exercise, rest; in every part of life is the objective of Feng Shui.
Today, I am going to show you about the Feng Shui Element Chart and give you 8 tips on using Feng Shui’s power in your work and life.
The Feng Shui Element Chart
In Feng Shui, there are 5 elements:
- and Water
And one of these elements is dominate in you depending on when you were born. See the chart to see your predominate element.
And you can use these elements to determine balancing decisions for your life and work.
Feng Shui Tip #1: Discover Your Power Colors
After you have determined your element, you can determine your Feng Shui power colors.
Use the corresponding colors to surround yourself with the positive energy.
These are the colors you should use in painting your office and other decor. You should also consider using these colors in your attire.
Feng Shui Tip #2: Compatibility
Considering compatibility and the people you spend the most time around, you may want to look at their element.
- Wood is not compatible with fire and metal.
- Fire is not compatible with water.
- Earth doesn’t do well with fire.
- Metal probably should stay clear of water… Rust.
- And water probably doesn’t fit with fire.
Does this mean you should completely ignore these people?
But just know the elements and allow the power of Feng Shui to inhabit your work and life.
Feng Shui Tip #3: Get Rid Of Clutter
By getting your home and office clutter free, you will be getting rid of past negative energy and allowing positive energy to enter and have free reign.
Feng Shui Tip #4: Rearrange Your Office
Setting up your office using the Feng Shui system will allow you to be more productive and feel great.
You should set your desk up so you face the door and it also helps you feel empowered if your back is against a solid wall.
Feng Shui Tip #5: If It Is Broke…
Get rid of it!
Have you been “getting by” with that pen that doesn’t click anymore?
Throw it away!
Does that trash can have a bad odor you can’t get rid of?
When we keep items around us that are broken, it can break our positive aura. Instead of striving to be at the top of your game, you might just settle for “getting by” just like that pen.
Get rid of the broken stuff and watch your aura shine with positivity!
Feng Shui Tip #6: Add Some Nature
Adding green plants in your home and office will enliven the energy within you. They feed oxygen and clean the air. Just a nice supply of plants around the home and office will allow nature to feed you positive and uplifting energy.
Feng Shui Tip #7: Light
The sun feeds us natural energy too.
If possible, allow as much natural light in. Make sure you have ample lighting. If you have to fight to see things, you are wasting your positive energy.
Feng Shui Tip #8: Keep Doorways Unhindered
Clear doorways allow energy to flow evenly throughout your home and office. Make sure all doorways are free of any obstructions.
Tests have been done with individuals sitting in rooms with both good and bad Feng Shui. The results were amazing!
Using an EEG machine, brain waves showed beta waves spiking with people in bad Feng Shui. In the good Feng Shui, the brain waves stayed consistent.
I highly suggest you try the tips I gave you.
It does work!
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Let’s hear your thoughts… Do you consider Feng Shui in your life, your home and your office?
I challenge you to “give it a go.” I know you will see a huge improvement.
And with that, I will say…