121. How Feng Shui Can Help You Build a Happier Home with Patricia Lohan
Oct 14, 2020
Patricia Lohan is a master of Feng Shui, the creator of Feng Shui Mastery, and the author of “The Happy Home: A Guide To Creating A Happy, Healthy, Wealthy Life.” She’s helped thousands of people across the world embrace Feng Shui and create lasting changes in their homes, and she helps women make their homes an energy and money magnet.
If you’re skeptical about the practice, give it a chance because Patricia busts some myths and misunderstandings right away.
Since so many of us have been stuck at home lately, Patricia is just the voice we need to be listening to. She can help you get clear and connected and surround yourself with the best energy at home.
How to Optimize Your Home Work Space
- Feng Shui is about creating an environment that attracts good health and harvest. We are spending so much time in our homes right now, we need to make sure it supports us.
- Many of us are living in a work space that we didn’t plan for or optimize. Patricia has a few things you can do to quickly upgrade your space and make your experience much more pleasant:
- Get a really good chair with a solid back. This not only provides the physical postural support, but lends to a feeling of being supported.
- Try to ensure you can see the door from your desk if possible. We are wired for fight-or-flight reflexes, and unless we can see a possible exit, we will naturally have our guard up and find it harder to relax. If you can’t move your desk to face a door, you can use a mirror.
- No matter how small your space is, you can give yourself a sense of separation. If your office is in your bedroom, just make sure you put away your work things when work is over. It will change the energy of the place and shift your energy. You can even light a candle to signal to yourself and others that you’re in work mode.
- This concept also applies to your digital space. Be conscious of the apps you use on your phone, where they are located, and what mode they put you in. We often work from our phones and it can be hard to maintain that separation when we are constantly in contact with it.