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by UK practitioner Master Thomas Coxon (Fellow BCS, MPhil, BSc, FSSA)
Authentic Feng Shui
Many of the considerations which relate to domestic Feng Shui and the feng shui of
offices also apply to buildings which are used for industrial, commercial and other
business purposes, but there are some additional ones, such as :-
An easy way to assess how the Feng Shui of your premises is influencing your business is to notice the changes that occurred (particularly in the first two years) following changes to your premises such as; moving in, doing some building work, rearranging the layout and/or furniture etc.
Whilst in an ideal world we would each select the perfect site and design our buildings from scratch, it is far more common to operate out of rented or leased premises, where we have little or no authority to carryout structural work, or landscape the surroundings in the way in which we are often able in buildings which we own.
But much can be accomplished by judicious choice of colours for the decorations and/or furnishings and moving people, photographs, money, paperwork etc. into auspicious locations within the individual rooms and parts of the building as a whole.
It is also usually possible to make small adjustments to the direction faced by doors, even in rented or leased premises.
It’s all about knowing what to do, when and how -
If there is anything you would like to know, please feel free to ask us.