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Feng Shui For The Office Cubicle
Source : SME (Jul Issue)
Date : 1 Jul 2013
by Joey Yap

It's no secret that most working adults spend a good majority of their daily lives at the workplace. For a lot of us, this means the office space - which in many instances is more likely than not to be a cubicle or prescribed space within a larger area that is to be shared by many other people. We know how difficult it is to make changes to an office space - mainly because the space is so limited, and significantly because the space is meant to be shared! You can't, if you so pleased, take your table and move it to a particularly ideal spot near the window if that's what you want! There are many factors to take into consideration, and you will have a limited choice to work with.

But with a little ingenuity, you can apply some methods of Classical Feng Shui to improve your immediate surroundings or make the space more conducive for you in terms of generating good Qi or energy. There are some simple things you can do, like ensuring that there is no sharp edge coming in from the outside angled at a window near your seat or cubicle, particularly if the window is behind you. See if there is a straight road coming directly at the window, or if there is stagnant or dirty water just outside the window. These negative features you will want to avoid not just for your office space but for general living.


  • Familiarize yourself with Xuan Kong (Flying Stars) Feng Shui. You can start by reading Joey Yap's Xuan Kong Flying Stars Feng Shui which is available at the Joey Yap Store at There are a variety of star combinations listed in the book that can help you tap into the energies needed to fulfill a particular job requirement or function. For instance, tapping into the 4-1 combination will be useful if you're in marketing or sales.

  • It will also be important for you to see if your cubicle or seating position is in line with your individual favorable direction will help you maximize your own particular potential instead of relying on a more general Feng Shui approach. You can find out your own favorable direction (Sheng Qi) using the simple Eight Mansions Calculator at

  • You'll also have to take note of annual and monthly stars that will influence the Qi your particular work space. The stars of each sector and what it represents are outlined in detail in Joey Yap's annual Feng Shui books available at the Joey Yap Store, this year's being Feng Shui for 2013. Therefore, you can see what you can minimize depending on what star is active in the sector you're sitting in, and what you can do to capitalize on the energy. Remember, there's always good and bad to everything! To take an example, if the #3 star is in your sector for the month, you may be aware that it brings about frequent arguments and misunderstandings. Knowing this, you will be able to anticipate awkward or tense moments with colleagues and try to alter your behavior in the face of potential disagreements.

Small, subtle changes are at the heart of Feng Shui, and with the proper arsenal of information and tools from the Mastery Academy you will be able to practice some useful forms of Feng Shui at the workplace for better energy and productivity. Of course, don't forget that attitude, talent and capabilities, and hard work count for a lot, too!

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