Let Go of Time
This was a section of an office I came across during a business Feng Shui consultation in New Jersey. Having a clock in your office offers a practical function, yet when you have 4 in a row behind you, that becomes another matter.
In the practice of Feng Shui (also known as Environmental Psychology) we encourage one clock, or a clock that is not directly present to you all the time, to no clocks (more so at home), if possible. The reason is from a Feng Shui perspective, if you have so many clocks bundled in one section, one a clock in every room in your home, it's as if you are creating unnecessary pressure. A clocks job is to "tick away time."
The sub conscious thought could then become, get this done, be in a hurry, etc. You will literally hear the ticking of each clock and that is what was happening in this office. It became a distraction vs a help. Not only that, the visual presentation of the clocks were relating to an unstable feeling and lack of clarity and focus.
This client is in process and I will do a follow up to see what ideas they have come to test out since last we connected. They plan to still have a clock, but it will be more subtle in presentation and allow stronger supportive imagery vs the clocks.