Oh Dear, I am now at command position no 2, with my right side is half wall ( with drawers ) and half window ( upper side ), how you would say if someone ask me to change to command position no 1 which actually would make me facing the door but the window would be at my back, as I believe the back side would be better a solid wall, how do you think about it?
Well, everything is possible, but of course, you have to work with what you have. Sometimes there are many hidden opportunities where you least see them, so let me share with you 2 important feng shui factors in finding the best positioning for your office desk. You decide if you can apply these tips in your own office space and with your own specific desk style and measurements.
I am bit confused about the Bagua direction. I have searched online but got more confused. Hope you can help me. I work in an huge open plan office. We have two wings, North and South. I sit in North wing. Front door of my floor is just on my left side and I am facing it.(although I am in a enclosed cubical so I cant see it). I am facing 260 degree west when I am sitting at my desk. According to compass method, should I align my Bagua map in such a way that West square of the map is at the top? Or should I follow the natural direction of Bagua map which means that South square will be at the top? Thank you for your advise.
Explore our office feng shui tips and choose at least several feng shui cures that you can easily implement in your specific office space. These feng shui cures do not have to be dramatic, even a couple air purifying plants and smart feng shui images plus a better positioning of your office desk can do wonders for your well-being, and ultimately contribute to your career success.