Feng Shui is derived from two Chinese words to mean ‘wind’ and ‘water.’ The concept is derived from the Chinese setting, and it talks about how human beings are connected with their surroundings. There are many ways of making your immediate surroundings more inviting, whether it’s your home or at an office. But, have you tried Feng Shui?
Below are a few steps on how you can bring Feng Shui to your cubicle.
Choose the right chair
A lot of people think that as long as they are seated, that’s it. No. Feng Shui suggests a comfortable chair that is raised on the back to support your head. It is believed that a raised back creates protection.
Place your desk away from the entrance
Placing your desk far from the entrance is also called the ‘power position.’ Place your desk far away from the entrance. Please put it in a position where you can see the person coming into the room.
Get a plant
It is believed that having a plant around you and taking care of it creates positive energy. You can go as far as to place a fountain that fits the space in your cubicle. Live plants improve the air quality of a room.
Surround your space with pieces of artwork bearing inspirational quotes and sayings. Artwork will symbolize the person that you are and all that you want to accomplish.
Pick the right colours for your cubicle.
Feng Shui colours include the ones that are not overwhelming to another person’s eyes. Some of the colours include white, gold, and soft yellow.