Find Your Dream Job With Feng Shui

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Who doesn’t want a dream job?!

The more clear and specific you can be… the more space you can create for it to come in… the more certainly you’ll get what you need.

Today’s feng shui can to help you create/find/manifest your dream job…!

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Find a New Job With Feng Shui by Carol M Olmstead

I’ve been getting a lot of requests for Feng Shui help with changing careers or launching a business this year, which I take as a positive sign the economy continues to improve and people are on the move. Here are nine Feng Shui steps you can take to help attract your dream job or jump-start your business. bagua

(line up this area with wall that contains entrance door)

Correct any missing areas of the bagua, especially the Helpful People/Travel area. You can find detailed instructions in Chapter 6 of my book, the Feng Shui Quick Guide For Home and Office.

Decide how far you want to commute from home, then print out a map of that area and display it prominently in the room that occupies the Helpful People Area.

While you’re in Helpful People, take a careful look at what you’re keeping in that room, clear the clutter, and remove anything that’s broken, stained, torn, or has negative associations.

If you want a career that involves travel, store your suitcases and out-of-town maps in Helpful People. If you prefer a job or business where you stay closer to home, remove suitcases and maps from this room. If you can’t relocate your suitcases, tie a red ribbon around them to symbolically separate them from this bagua area.

Write out a detailed description of a perfect day at your new job or business, and place that in the room that occupies the Career Area.

Be sure that everyone in the family has an assigned seat at the dining table so you have a place to “land” rather than feel like you’re in a “holding pattern” for a new career.

Clear clutter in all bagua areas, and pay special attention to the closet that’s closest to your front door, because this door is known as the “Mouth of Chi” where wealth enters your home.

Hang a wind chime outside near the front door to “call” a new job or customers to your business. If you live in an apartment or condo, hang the chimes on your patio or balcony.

Introduce yourself to 9 people for 9 days. You don’t have to ask them for a job or urge them to patronize your business, this step involves generating positive energy by meeting new people – either in person or online through LinkedIn, Facebook, or similar sites. ”

The time is always now to have your dream job!

xoxo Dana

Maria Exarhos February 4, 2015 at 11:23 am

Hi Dana,

Thanks for posting the article above. I have a couple of questions:
1. How do you correct missing area of helpful people when part of it is on the external of our home. We have a portico which comes out further and causes a missing area in helpful people.

2. Helpful people bagua is in the missing area and part of our bedroom, how do we introduce items to support job opportunities etc in outdoors area and sleeping area?

Will these be covered in depth on catalyst camp? Loving the camp!

Thanks

Maria Exarhos

danaclaudat February 5, 2015 at 2:40 am

hi maria! 1. it may be an extended and not a missing area. 2. we’ll cover “missing areas” in catalyst camp. The camp won’t be full feng shui madness but what you need & yes to the bagua in depth 🙂 xoxoxo

Randi February 27, 2015 at 4:08 pm

Thank you so much for this article. Reading it late last night and realized after switching rooms in my apartment my arrangement was a mess! I rearranged first thing this morning. My question is, compassion and helpful people in my entire apartment and my bedroom is the area where the door is, how should I decorate and stimulate the chi without having anything behind the doors?

danaclaudat February 28, 2015 at 4:58 pm

Hi Randi, I’m not sure I fully understand the question… having anything “behind the doors” … an area is always much more i nthe bagua than just a door so maybe you need to think a bit more broadly about the space 🙂

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