Fengshui has got some principles laid down for attracting the job of your dreams. By following the principles one can give boost to his or her career. If you are looking for a new job, then this phase of life might be very stressful for you, no matter you are at the start of your professional career or are quite established in your field. A job is not only a means of income but also a form of social inclusion and affirmation of one's talents and abilities.
Feng shui is an ancient Chinese technique for a wealthy and prosperous life. It actually detects if the surrounding environment is good for you or not. Some people believe and some think it just a superstition.
Here are some of the most popular Feng Shui career tips, or tips to help you find a job.
1. Display images of people whose career & professional life you admire in the North area of your Bagua. The North area is connected to the flow of energy in your career life, also called Path in Life.
2. You can also display these images in the Northwest - the Helpful People and Blessings feng shui area - that also needs to be activated when changing careers and looking for a new job.
3. Avoid horizontal lines on your resume or cover letter. “Horizontal lines break up the flow of energy, giving the reader a chance to look away — the same way we may close a book when we come to the end of a chapter. “Horizontal lines may cause the reader to pause to check email or answer the phone, and once their attention is lost they may not return to finish reading your resume.”
4. Optimizing Your Career. The northern part of your work or living space is associated with job and career success. Placing a red item there "activates" the space and can help to draw in a new job. Choose an item of significance, such as a treasured antique, silk scarf or piece of artwork.
5. Dress for Success - When you go into a job interview,dress for the position you want to have. If you’re going for an entry level job but hope to advance quickly, dress in your absolute best — the clothes of management. Research in advance to find out what management wears in this company’s specific corporate culture and dress like you already work for the company.