Shui and Your Business
By Joy Abrams
principles can be utilized in your business to increase production
and enhance relationships. Feng Shui should be taken in account
to minimize negative areas, at your place of business and
enhance areas to be more productive. In particular, the entrances,
conference roomís sales and marketing areas are very important
areas as that is where important decisions and negotiations
occur. These are areas for promoting good chi as they have
a great impact on the prosperity of your business.
some very basic feng shui principles in laying out your office
space, you can avoid some common mistakes that oftentimes
result in less productivity, turnover, sales declines and
some basic advice that you need to be aware of:
Sit with a direct view to the entrance of the office.
Donít face an employee or yourself with their back to the
Avoid sitting in direct line with the door. It places you
or your employee in the direct line of chi. This can have
negative effects on productivity.
Utilize balanced lighting.
Avoid florescent lights or glaring lights.
Maintain a pleasant environment with adequate ventilation
that is pleasing to the senses.
A qualified practitioner must analyze the balance of chi.
This includes the inside and outside of the building.
Key employees must be positioned in their best directions.
While it is important to have a keen business sense to move
your company forward, using Feng Shui will ensure that there
are no roadblocks to creating the success that you and your