Do not choose an office situated at the end of a long corridor or in an isolated wing of a building (isolation means a lack of Qi; also, if someone becomes isolated, it will disturb their interaction with colleagues and clients). Also avoid an office which is located directly across from the main entrance.
In Classical Feng Shui, External influences are the most important, for they represent the base of all internal happenings. As always, when the base is good, it may support certain accomplishments.
External Feng Shui – from the ground, the Earth Qi is penetrating our buildings, supplying us with life-supporting energy. Main task of every Classical Feng Shui practitioner is examining the Qi energy of Mountains and Dragons (the range of Mountains), in order to find superior location. The energy of the ground…
Whole Feng Shui practice is based on applying the following principles: 1. Qi 2. Yin & Yang 3. Five Transformations (or Phases, or Elements) 4. Eight Trigrams 5. 10 Stems, 12 Branches