These little things are more important than you think. Check to see you have any of these stress points in your workplace, whether it is at home or an outside office.
- Do you have things that are vibrating constant sounds, even the tick-tock of a clock that won’t quit, or a radio station that distracts you?
- Is there something behind your back that is annoying you? Hopefully, you aren’t sitting in a position where others face your back, because it can create backbiting or gossip?
- Is there a little pile of clutter that has accumulated and become normal, because it’s been sitting there so long, that it is clogging your energy?
- Is there a plant that is no longer luscious and green and not bringing you energy by purifying the air?
- What is on the wall that you stare at several hours each day, the one that faces your desk? If you do have a wall in front of your desk that is blocking energy, place some beautiful photos or things that inspire you and are pleasant to look at. Diplomas, a newspaper articles, an advertisements, or a recognition piece are excellent there.
- What is in the South area of your space? The South has to do with work, career, and recognition so if you have clutter, a trash can, a shredding machine, or something that does not activate and support work, it can be irritating to your energy.
You will also feel better if you have something with fire energy in the South. (fire red, orange, yellow, violet)
- Do you need a dimmer switch on a light that is too bright or directly in your eyes? The best light of all is light from outside, nature’s light.
- Perhaps there are people who have little annoying habits or have a habit of interrupting you that you can handle.
- If you are missing one of the five elements of nature, or don’t have a balance of them, it can create an uncomfortable environment: Fire, earth, metal, water, wood. You should especially have your birth element near you, preferably near or on your desk. Click here for your FREE Personal Element.
Now you know what these stress points are, you can correct them and lower your underlying stress.