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.
"In a vase, place a few stalks of bamboos in fresh water," says Gordon. "Place five stalks in a vase for academic achievement and creativity (in your creativity area), place seven stalks in your health and family area, place eight stalks in your wealth area, and nine stalks for overall luck (you can place these anywhere, but it could also be in the center of your home). Don't forget to change the water frequently."
While many people believe there are good Feng Shui plants and bad Feng Shui plants, this is not the case. However, the plants most often considered “good” are divided into two categories, those which are the best at air filtration and those which are considered Feng Shui money plants. Let us discuss the good air purifiers first. They pull the most carbon dioxide and other unwanted chemicals from their surroundings, leaving behind cleaner, purer air, which then leads to better chi throughout your office. An example of a good air purifying plant is this Rhapis palm. Not only is it a good air purifier, but it is also lovely, a wonderful decoration for any office.
Incorporating wood element could be achieved through the arrangement of real plants, plant inspired artwork or artificial flowers. How about wood flooring, panels and furniture, do they count? Yes. Yet, when it comes to feng shui we are even more interested in replicating or actually using real natural elements inside the home. Below is a list of 4 plants you could include into your home.
The jade plant, also known as the Asian money tree, is considered as the ultimate plant symbol for prosperity in many Asian cultures. It is frequently grown as a bonsai in Asian homes, business places, and gardens due to its ability to grow into a beautifully lush bonsai tree. If you have ever seen a decorative artificial plant with leads shaped from jade, this plant was likely the model. The jade plant features ovoid- or coin-shaped succulent leaves the color of jadeite, which is how it earned its name.
As a feng shui cure, it is usually placed in the entryway or the southwest corner of the room or establishment to strengthen the energy and flow of money. Jade plants can grow as an indoor or outdoor plant and ideally should be put in a location where they can get direct sunlight. Water them enough to keep their soil moist and regularly dust off their leaves. You can also add pebbles on top of their soil to facilitate the drainage of water.
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There are three main schools of feng shui. Two are traditional (classical) Chinese feng shui schools, while the third is widely embraced by the Western culture, especially the United States. Regardless which feng shui you practice, you can take advantage of basic principles to enhance your career and make your office inviting to chi energy for greater success in business.

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Crystals such as Tourmaline or Clear Quartz should be placed at the right-hand corner of your desk. This helps you to breakdown the stressful energies at work. It can also reduce attacks from ‘tricky’ people or those who may want to con you. They can also attract benefactors to assist you in your work. Remember to cleanse the crystals regularly to keep them at their most effective.
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. 
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