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Tuesday, Dec 10, 2019

Head in the right direction

To improve your chances of getting the job you want, you need to increase the Chi energy in your house, feels Raman Dutta.

india Updated: Jul 08, 2008 19:04 IST
Raman Dutta
Raman Dutta

To improve your chances of getting the job you want, you need to increase the Chi energy in your house.

On track According to the Ghanzi Compass School of Feng Shui, there are eight directions of significance. Four are beneficial, four are harmful. Identifying and implementing your positive direction can generate good fortune.

All of us are basically divided into two groups: east and west. Within these two groups are the sub-categories of nine additional groups. These are calculated according to your date of birth.

Find out your KUA Number and your four best directions, which should be used while you work, sit or sleep.
If your career is stagnant, changing the position of the main door to face your Sheng Chi (success direction) may help.
If possible, make your desk face the Sheng Chi.
Never sit with your back to the main door and window.
Put a painting of a mountain without any water, or place a photo of a god behind your desk.

Effect of colours Feng Shui can also suggest which colours suit us and the job we are seeking so that we can use them in accessories and clothes.

Women in a predominantly male profession may feel more confident if they introduce some yang colours into their wradrobe - red, purple and orange.

If a man wants to be employed in an occupation that is usually the domain of women, some yin colours - blue and green - will be appropriate.

Each of the five elements is associated with different types of profession. It may be useful to introduce something of the energy of the business into your clothing or even into the files or pens that you carry to an interview.