September 2013 Newsletter
Are your children ready for success?
79 million students of all ages are going back to school in the United States.It’s a few days after Labor Day, summer is winding down, vacations are coming to an end, and parents and children are preparing for school. New supplies, new books, new backpacks and new clothes are being purchased. Parents have taken their children for a fresh haircut and a medical check-up. Children are getting excited to reconnect with their old friends and make new ones, some are nervous to be in a new school, or scared of the very first day, some are already feeling nostalgic about summer.
Competition starts early and it is essential to prepare children for the best possible school year.
You have completed everything on your to-do list and should feel ready now. However, you still wonder if there is something else you could do to help your children. But what could it be?
Be open to new ideas!
Have you thought about that little thing we can’t even see and that makes a huge impact on your children’s school year? Have you checked the energy surrounding them at home, in their bedroom, in their work space? Children are very sensitive to their environment and the energy surrounding them affects them deeply.
Applying classical Feng Shui to your children’s bedroom and study space can help create a positive environment for a better mood, behavior, home and school relationships, health, and grades. It can also improve the quality of their sleep.
How do we do this?
We calculate your child’s Gua Number and based on his/her positive directions, we determine the best orientation for the bed, the study area, and activate energy for good academic results. We also recommend no electronics such as tablets or cell phones to be charged in the cjild’s bedroom. This is particularly important since statistics show that 83% of millennials sleep next to their mobile devices.
Let’s take an example: If your child is a 2 Gua, the relationship direction, the (+70), also called Yen Nien in Chinese, is NW and is a great direction to place the headboard of the bed, or have your child do his/her homework facing NW. This will make your child more cooperative, and get along better with others as well as get better results in school. Another option, good for stability, the (+60) would be SW. Here too, place the headboard to the SW and have your child sit facing SW when studying.
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Classical Feng Shui
is going to make your year