Saturday, February 5, 2011

Increase Learning Capabilities

Increase Learning Capabilities Effortlessly

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Often when I do seminars or readings I am asked what can parents do for their children in regard to education and school. If feng shui is so beneficial to the parents they intuitively know there must be something they could do to enhance their children’s learning/behavior abilities. Coincidentally, this works for anyone in school or learning and is not just limited to children. I used it when I was in school and I personally recommend it to anyone who is furthering their education in any capacity. This will increase learning capabilities effortlessly.

Feng shui is limitless in the aspects of our life that it can offer a more supportive environment. Our children are no different. They also benefit from the support of positive energy flow. In fact, this is so effective that I suggest parents and teachers use this powerful tool. This is a highly effective aspect of feng shui is great for students of all ages. It is easy to implement and costs nothing but a bit of time.

East Or West?

Everyone falls into one of two categories. Sounds easy enough. You are either East or West. What this simply means is given the date of your birth you have one of two directions supporting you, however,don't be fooled by its simplicity.

How To Calculate East/West

To calculate ones supportive direction we first evaluate the birthday. For instance;

December 23, 1993

This falls after February 4, so we would add;

1+9+9+3=22

We would then continue our calculations; however, if it was

January 3, 1974

because this falls before the Chinese New Year, of February 4, we will use the previous year for our calculations. However if this birth date were to fall after February 4 we would use the year it fell in. the calculations for a male and female are not the same, but they both begin the same. You take the year

1973 (previous year due to Chinese New Year)

Add the number together;

1+9+7+3=20

After adding the adjusted or non-adjusted birth year, we divide the answer by 9.

20/9=2r2

At this point we no longer need the answer, but only the remainder.

This is the point of separation for males and females.

For a male we take the remainder of 2 and subtract this from the number 11.

11-2=9

This gives us our final answer. We will use this number later to reference the chart to discover if it is East or West.

However, there are two exceptions to this rule. If the remainder is (0) zero, treat it as (9) nine.If the number is more than one digit, subtract 9 to get a single digit, this will be the directional number.

For a female we continue and instead of subtracting we add the remainder to the number 4.Our remainder was 2.

2+4=6

Once we add this we achieve our final answer. However once again there are exceptions to this rule;If the final number results in (0) zero, it is treated as a number (9) nine.If there are two digits, subtract nine (9) to get a single digit answer, use this as the final directional number. Once we have calculated the directional number we need to see where it falls according to East/West.

East

9,4,3,1

West

8,7,6,5,4,2

How To Use East/West For Support

Remember it is very important to use the PREVIOUS birth year, if in fact, the birth date falls before February 4, otherwise the calculation will be incorrect.

Using this technique is simple once you have determined which direction is supportive of you, have that direction support you. Its easy. In a classroom setting the children would be positioned with their backs to their personal position. If they were West they would face East, so they had the support of the west. If they are an East person it would be the exact opposite. They would require the East direction at their back supporting them, facing West.

This will help the students to, work, and behave better but also this will increase learning, seemingly effortlessly.


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