Whether we like to admit it or not, money is critical to a business’s success. Even lightworkers, who are focused on living our purpose, need to bring in money if we’re going to keep the business running. Often lightworkers feel uncomfortable when it comes to asking for money. There have been moments when I have dreaded bringing up money with a potential client. But this is a fear that we have to face.
It’s always a good idea to work on getting more comfortable asking for money. But we don’t have to sell our souls to make money, and we can use our metaphysical knowledge to help us too. Feng shui can be used to help us to attract more money into our lives. One feng shui fix for more money is to add water to your work environment.
When working with feng shui, we often use symbols to represent things we want to attract to our lives. Naturally dollar bills are symbolic of more money. But water is also a symbol of prosperity and abundance. By incorporating water into your workspace, you remind your subconscious about your desire for creating more prosperity and abundance in your life.
However, there are two important caveats. If you’re trying to create a feng shui fix for more money, you want the water to be flowing because you always want to have energy moving. Water that is still could be indicative of stuck energy. We want our finances to be free-flowing not stuck. Also, you want to make sure that the water is clear.
Have you ever visited a beach and seen dirty and cloudy water? What does that make you think of? How does that make you feel? I know for me, dirty and unclear water conjures up images of decay and destruction. Again, these are not ideas that we want to associate with a lightworker business’s finances.
So how can you incorporate water into your workspace? One of the best ways is to put a fountain in your workspace. There are even some fountains that have been created with feng shui in mind. Why recreate the wheel? Feng shui fountains such as this one can give your workspace an instant energetic boost. Have you ever gone into a public building and noticed a fountain of water near the entrance? Chances are the people who designed the workspace were familiar with feng shui.
It may not be practical for you to put a fountain into your workspace. A portrait or picture of flowing water can be just as effective. Think waterfalls or flowing rivers since you want to make sure it’s evident that the water in the images is flowing.