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Your Desk, Feng Shui Applied to Your Desk Edutainment by Marla M. Koupal April 2003 Prepared for UOP, EDTC-560, Wendy Bossons, M.S. Your Success Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
Phooey Feng Shooey! Phooey Feng Shooey! Do I eat it? Do I step on it? Do I throw it? Do I sing it? Do I wear it? It’s a mystery to me, I swear it!! Read aloud, make Dr. Seuss Proud. Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
Feng Shui Your Desk The Eastern art of placement. Positive energy is gained when things are placed with purpose. Pronounced “Fung Shway.” Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
Click on Icon that Best Describes Your Desk Click on Icon that Best Describes Your Desk Stacks of papers, bills to pay, little clear surface to write on, lots of software you’d like to download, books to read and phone messages to return, sticky notes all over your computer. Some clear space for writing, one or two pictures, no books open or closed, a note pad for taking notes, one or two sticky note reminders, the one project you are working on now. Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
Click here when I jump! Y o u r De s k Be fo re F eng Sh ui Cluttered, Busy, & Overwhelming Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
Your Desk Before Feng Shui Click here when I jump! Very structured, do you ever relax? Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
Areas of your desk may influence aspects of your life Wealth & Family Family & Health Knowledge & Self Cultivation Career Center or Earth Helpful People & Travel Creativity & Children Fame & Reputation Love & Relationships These 9 sections are the Bagua of your desk. A Bagua is the Map of Placement. Click on any of the four corners for more information. These 9 sections are the Bagua of your desk. A Bagua is the Map of Placement. Click on any of the four corners for more information. Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
Wealth & Prosperity No matter the condition of your finances & assets… Review the Upper left corner of your desk. Clutter Free Brings Prosperity, Whether in Riches of the Pocket or Soul. Decorate with red, blue and/or purple Bring in the elements of wood and The soft, rounded and plush leaved plants… The plant called Jade. Return to Bagua Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
Love & Relationships Married, Widowed, Partnered or Single by Choice… Review the Upper Right Corner of your Desk Remove the Onesies, the Prickly & Broken. Decorate with red, pink or white Elements of metal grace frames and figurines And most of all have no thing stand alone or broken in this corner… It’s time for Pairing, Bonding & Grouping. Return to Bagua Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
Knowledge & Self-Cultivation You Love to Learn to Learn… Review your desk’s lower left corner and Toss the overwhelming, the mundane & the list of to do’s. Decorate with dark tones of blue, black & green Place your favorite quotes, affirmations & Pictures of those who inspire you. Then make a date for the museum or ballet. Oh… yes, have a green tea on the way. Return to Bagua Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
Helpful People & Travel Looking for Synchronicity? Mentors? or to be in the proverbial right place at the right time? Remove everything not positive or very, very personal From the lower right corner of your desk. Decorate with white, grays and black. Play a tape of soothing ocean sounds, imagine your next trip, and even your favorite boss & co-workers. Kick back, reflect & journal. Find the light within, plan an adventure and Get ready for great surprises. Return to Bagua Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
Feng Shui? Me? Where do I start? Oh, I don’t have the heart. Sounds crazy to me! No, Think I’ll have tea. What the heck I’ll try it and see. Leave it to me to say golly gee! Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
One Corner A Day Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal
References & Credits Collins, K.T. (1996). The western guide to feng shui. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House, Inc. Kingston, K. (1999). Clear your clutter with feng shui. New York: Broadway Books. Zen fountain & Zen garden clip art compliments of Copyright © 2003 Marla M. Koupal Jumping Fish. Microsoft Clip Art.
Your Desk, Feng Shui Applied to Your Desk Edutainment by Marla M. Koupal April 2003 Prepared for UOP, EDTC-560, Wendy Bossons, M.S. Your Success Copyright.
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