Study or work tables are more than what you see. This is where you think of study and work. However, is it clear and organised in order for you to get the space that you deserve? Do you respect your own working space? This article will help you to organise your study table, while at the same time, applying Feng Shui to your desk.
De-clutter your desk
Clear up the desk In practical terms, you need a clear space to work. So, clear up things that are unusable. Now, it is a good time to make good use of the waste bin. Since the bin is nearby, and maybe even under the desk, ensure that you clear it up regularly. Additionally, it is good to use one with a lid for closing. Organise the stationery If they do belong, you can organise them into containers. For instance, all pens and pencils can go into one container, while staplers and their boxes of bullets can go into another. Sheets of paper should be stacked-up neatly onto a tray. A three-tier tray may do the trick. Some may required to be filed-up instead. It is best to keep files and books into their own shelves so that they don't use-up precious desk space.
Energising your desk
Respect the space This can be the single most important thing that you can do to your office or study table. You will need to respect this space as it is where you work. If you are a student, this can potentially affect your grades. If you are working, this can be where your income is generated. Feng Shui This is the Chinese ancient art of placement. On a micro level, this means the placement of objects. Feng means wind and Shui means water. What it refers to is the flow of energy (or qi). You can't see it, but you can feel it. The simple question to ask is, how do you feel when you are seated at your desk? Does it make you feel good? If so, you are right at home. Do you feel neutral? If so, would a picture of a loved one do the trick? Do you feel like something is in the way, like what the clutter is doing? Hence, you can use your internal guidance and take steps to correct this.