The command position is often referred to in feng shui to explain the positioning of a bed or desk, and even then, it’s usually the bedroom. What it means is that the bed or desk is placed on a wall opposite the entrance or door to the room, and that from this position you have the widest view of the room.
There’s a piece of office equipment that often escapes your notice. Too often we put our work attention squarely on the electronics that occupy our work lives. Computer equipment, software programs, and email take a major priority over what is often the foundation of your work environment – your desk.
What happens to your feng shui when you work in cubicleville? Some might say it’s all boxed up. But even if you work inside of four padded walls, that cubicle doesn’t have to limit you. No, indeed. With a little decorating inspiration and feng shui tweaks, your cubicle can go from boring to boardroom.
Writers are a special group. They work to draw up large, tottering buckets from their creative wells and pour out new characters, ideas, situations, and images to delight, inspire, and transform their readers. But what happens to the well when the environment doesn’t support writers? It dries up. Or, worse still, only provides just enough creativity to make the writer confused and uncertain about where to go next.