To create the perfect feng shui desk, you need to consider the following things:
You must be able to see door from your desk.
The ideal desk position has a commanding view of the door, a pleasant view out of a window, and a solid wall behind you. You don’t want to sit directly in front of the door, but you should still see people coming and going.
You should be able to see as much of the room as possible.
You cannot control what you can’t see. The diagram below shows the best place for your feng shui desk.
Again, you want a commanding view of the room; it will give you authority. The best position is on diagonal across from the door. If a window is behind you, place a large piece of furniture or a plant behind you to provide stability.
The view from your desk is important — it affects everything you do.
Make sure the view from your desk is pleasing. Avoid a blank wall (which will contribute to a lack of vision and a shortage of opportunities) or chaotic views.
A clean and organized desk allows room for new
ideas and enables you to make better decisions.
A cluttered desk indicates procrastination and mental confusion.
De-clutter your desk.
The only items on your desk should be items that you use daily and you should be able to reach everything easily. In addition, hide wires and cords.
You can apply the feng shui bagua to the top of your desk. The image below illustrates an example.
The illustration above demonstrates how you can arrange a desk according to the feng shui bagua map. The bamboo plant or calculator should go in the abundance area; the lamp in the fame area; the photo of a happy couple or 2 red roses in the relationship area; the pens, markers, and scissors in the creativity area; the phone in the helpful people area; the computer in the career area; the reference books in the knowledge area; and the floral box filled with groups of supplies in the family area.
Your desk should be proportioned correctly—big enough to work, but not so big that it overpowers the office or you can’t reach items on your desk.
A large, expansive desk connotes productivity and command over your business. However, if it get’s so big that you can’t reach items then you loose control and authority.
DESK FENG SHUI DONT’S:
“What we really want to do is what we are really meant to do. When we do what we are meant to do, money comes to us, doors open for us, we feel useful, and the work we do feels like play to us.â€?
- Julia Cameron