In business feng shui, your brand, logo and colour scheme can be classify under 5 elements. One can use this 5 element formula to complement your office fengshui. The 5 elements are wood, water, metal, earth and fire. This can be easily incorporate into your uniform, logo, masthead, letterhead etc
Artificial intelligence, art and craft, genetics, psychologist, artist, graphic, computer and computer related industries, media, robotics, genome, electronics, mobile phones, beautician, cosmetics, fuel, singer, dancer, movie celebrities, aromatherapy, plastic, hot beverages cafe, cooking, electric engineering, energy, firework, gas, oil, petroleum, chemistry, therma, multimedia, printing, liquor, laser, lighting, movie, photography, semi-conductor and anything that utilises light or heat, or uses objects to create light or heat.
feng shui metal industry
Financial, banks, insurance, gold, machining, mining, car maker, key, hardware, glass, accountancy, auditor, military, police, security, debt collector, pawn shop, engineering, moulding, hardware shops, mechanical engineering, hardware stalls, metal, military, army personnel, work that depends on metal or related to financial accounting.
feng shui wood industry
Cultural profession, novelist, writer, journalist, librarian, educator, teacher, professor, relating to the educational business, publisher, carpentry, botanist, florist, plantation, greeneries, paper, doctor, timber, wood furniture, textile, stationery, cultural publications, writer, civil servant, health care products, nurse, doctor, library, fabric, curtains, cloth, bookshop, gardening, office supplies.
feng shui water industry
Business that is highly mobile, involving changes, overseas travelling, Marine, Naval seal, spa, fire fighting, aquarium, cold beverages, soya sauce, sportsman, magician, illusionist, outdoor journalist, outdoor newscaster, swimming coach, cleaning companies, casino, sailing, yacht, kopi tiam, food stall, restaurant, retailing, stocks and shares, cold and refrigerated products like ice cream, fish, meat, fruits, aircondition, travelling, tourist industry, coach buses, transportation, trains, railway, anything business relating to water/sea/lakes or need water to produce, sales personnel, entertainment industry.
Earth element – period 8 most trending industry
Real estate and property related, architecture, building, construction, pet shop, storage & warehousing, pawn shop, antiques, building materials, renovator, ceramics, demolition, marble, pottery, real estate agent, landfill, recycle, sculpture, stone masonry, and any job that involves earth, soil, land, or rock e.g. carpark, mining.
Feng Shui 5 Element Colours, Shape, font, graphics and symbolism
Fire: Red, orange, purple, pink, triangle, edgy and angular fonts
Earth: Khaki brown, yellow, brown, square, square fonts.
Wood: Green, rectangle, thin narrow font
Water: Blue, black, grey, wavy, cursive fonts
Metal: White, rounded fonts
Business feng shui corporate identity
Besides matching the business industry, the Corporate Identity communication package should ideally match with business owners lucky bazi element as well. Other aspects such as marketing and promotion materials such as business cards, billboards should also be integrated into the lucky 5 element. Let’s not forget the strength of social media and web portal too.
Generally a “weak” wood person will be suitable to be in the water business because water generate wood. On the other hand a “strong wood” profile will need “earth” because this is his wealth. However one’s bazi career inclination also depend on his value system and career motivation not limited to 5 element alone.
Don’t go overboard – your customers is important too
Incorporate these fonts, shapes, colour scheme into your Corporate Identity kit will enhance your Company’s image to a certain degree. Used these in your marketing, public relation materials like signs, logos, font which is a powerful imagery based on business feng shui perspective. However let’s not forget that your type of customers are important too so don’t go overboard with colours that misrepresent your Company’s image.