Two top Feng Shui tips for Monday

Here are two top Feng Shui Tips to start you all off on Monday.

cluttered office and feng shui

Keep your office clutter free: – Desks must be kept tidy and clutter free; this may seem totally off topic but Feng Shui can be severely affected by clutter. This really is so important. A typical office in China would not have paper trays on desks, and many UK and USA companies now employ the same approach. I have just looked at my desk, oops, how does that saying go? “Practise what you preach” that’s why I love writing these newsletters; it reminds me of what I should be doing, I just had a good clear out.

Seriously though you would be amazed at how a clear desk can promote a clear mind. If you have loads of outstanding tasks on your desk or in your life; your mind becomes cluttered, I find this with my e-mails; every day I receive many e-mails from people asking questions and sometimes I have to leave them for a few days because of other commitments and they really play on mind after 3-4 days and I sit down and clear them all and automatically my mind becomes clear again.

Tip number 2 – The tips I love giving are the ones that I use myself. 3 Auspicious Chinese I-Ching coins tied with red ribbon, we have around 10 of these in our office, placed on top of our two credit card terminals, sellotaped inside our accounts, invoice, paying in, bank books etc. Placed in wallets, handbags, cash tin, till or purse. They are an extremely powerful enhancer and used by all in Asia and all across the world. These coins are great for attracting wealth and abundance and we have had endless good comments about the results these give. They can usually be found at your local Chinese market but please be careful that they are tied correctly and not just strapped together as quickly as possible with cheap ribbon; please also make sure that the coins come from a good dynasty as this is very important.

3 chinese feng shui coins

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