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Professional Feng Shui Training Module 1


Are you interested in learning how to help people improve their lives with feng shui? Maybe you see it as part of your personal growth to learn an art which also helps you become the best version of yourself? You might have read some feng shui books, attended workshops or courses. Have you got unanswered questions about feng shui? You’ve probably gathered that classical feng shui, which originated from China and the East, is complicated. That’s why the top tycoons and many successful business people seek guidance from Feng Shui masters.   Are you wondering if there is a course where you can have your questions answered, and get to practice what you learn, with guidance from a mentor? Our Professional Feng Shui Training programme is spread over weekends over 2 years.  The course is in a number of easy to handle 2 or 3 day modules, with time in between for you to study and absorb the lessons. If you were to have a cup of tea and a chat with true master of Feng Shui or a master in any of the Chinese five arts [1]about studying these amazing arts, you would soon get the idea that it’s a fulfilling lifetime journey. With this in mind, when you join us at the Feng Shui Research Center you get ongoing support for questions in our private online discussion forum. It’s our way for you to be connected to the essence of ancient wisdom in modern times. You'll be invited to the forum after completing module 4. Your investment in the Professional Feng Shui Training goes beyond the classroom. Because you get to be part of the community early on, you get to be a member of the Feng Shui Research Center ‘club’ where you can share your passion with lots of lovely like-minded folks from around the world. Sounds exciting? Here’s a summary of what you’ll learn in each of the modules. We’ve included a few technical ‘feng-shui speak’ terms, that’s for you if you’ve already learnt some feng shui and you want to take your studies to the next level with our training. If you haven’t heard of these fancy feng shui terms before, you’ll find out all about it in the course. Curious? You’re welcome to book a complimentary chat to talk about learning feng shui.  Dates so far: 17-18 November Module 1 8-9 December Module 2 5-6 January Module 3 2-3 February  Module 4  Module 5 -15 tba  All dates are subject to change. Curriculum Content Module 1 – Important Feng Shui Principles         What is the Study of Feng Shui, Feng Shui Today, How Feng Shui Began         All about Qi         Easy Feng Shui Theories from Ancient Wisdom         Fundamental Concepts: Yin and Yang, Five Elements,         Applying Feng Shui ideas to Architecture and Interior Design.         Ba Gua/Trigrams and I-Ching (Yi Jing/Shuo Gua Zhan)         River Horse and Magic Turtle (He Tu Luo Shu)         Using a Compass, Templates and Floorplans         Introduction to the 9 Stars         Fly the luo shu         Feng Shui Objects         Basic Feng Shui Checks and Recommendations   Module 2         Forms: Mountains         Forms: Rivers         Forms: Buildings and Roads         The flow of qi/energies for interiors.         Feng Shui and Interior Design         Flying Stars:  Cycles of Time Periods, Ruling Star         Feng Shui of Towns and Cities         Feng Shui with Time and Direction: Flying Stars Feng Shui         Understanding the cycles of Time.         Feng Shui Landscapes over Time (Holy 1 and Holy 0)         Finding the patterns of Qi - How to plot a Flying Stars Chart         Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches         Finding the Facing and Using a Feng Shui Compass (Luo Pan)         Eight House School         Ming Gua and Favourable Directions         Feng Shui Cosmology: 28 Xiu, Four Animals in Heaven         Exercises: Starting to apply Flying Stars and Eight Mansions for Your home     Module 3         Using Floorplans         Interpreting the patterns of Qi - How to read a Flying Stars Chart         Recommendations for the Flying Star Combinations         Step by Step Guide to Flying Stars         Making life better with the Flying Stars: Arranging Homes and Gardens         Feng Shui changes with time: Annual Stars       Module 4         Advanced Flying Stars Feng Shui         Decoding the Cryptic Verses (Yang Zhai Zhi Nan) from famous Feng Shui Master Jiang Da Hong           Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches         60 Pillars         Choosing the level for an apartment with the stems and branches and He Tu         8 Trigrams and 64 Hexagrams         Fine-tuning with Advanced Eight House Feng Shui (Na Jia technique)         How to bring out the best in the Flying Stars to improve wealth, career, well-being and relationships, health and fertility         Putting it together in a consultation     Module 5         The Secrets in the most famous Feng Shui Classics Book         Special Techniques: Replacement Stars and Castle Gate         How to research the period of a property         How to gather evidence for research in feng shui         Field Visit. Out of the classroom and using our feng shui observation skills: visiting landmark buildings and new developments.         You will experience taking compass measurements of famous buildings and sensing the atmosphere of these places.   Module 6         Feng Shui is not just about working with the energies of buildings, it’s about working with people.         Introduction to Four Pillars of Destiny (Chinese Astrology)         Taste and the Five Elements         The importance of Chinese astrology and how it works together with Feng Shui.         How to plot a chart and start reading it.         Introduction to Face Reading         Nine Star Ki         How to bring your understanding of people into your client consultations.   Module 7         Flying Stars Feng Shui for Business Premises         Site layout: External influences         Shopping malls and other large scale buildings         Extracts from famous Feng Shui books         Retail premises: where to place the cash desk         Office buildings: office unit within a building, placement of desks         Introduction to Date Selection         How to perform an opening ceremony   Module 8         Business Feng Shui out of the classroom.         Visits to business parks and shopping centres to apply your feng shui observation skills.          Practice compass measurements with large scale site plans.         How to pick the most suitable unit within a business park,office complex or mall.    Module 9         How to do Client Consultations         Review of theory from modules 1-8 and how to talk to clients without using jargon.         Questions to ask clients.         Understanding client needs and managing expectations.         Preparation and toolkit.         Report writing.         Ethics and insurance.         Finding case studies.           Module 10            Supervised Case Study Visits         Visits to 3 different case study clients of your choice. You get to put it into practice by finding 3 clients and we visit together.           Module 11                Case Study Reviews                      In the classroom, we review the findings from the visits and get support for preparing reports and review your reports.         Great opportunity to practice your skills.   Module 12    Advanced Case Study Reviews   You do 6 more case studies on your own. You come to class to get support to prepare and to discuss and review your reports.   Module 13                            Classroom Revision Opportunity to check your understanding and prepare for exam.   Module 14                            Timed Exam Case Study exam – open book exam. You will answer questions on a case study.     Module 15    Certificate Presentation Preparation for professional practice How to submit for accreditation by FSS Review of FSS code of conduct Homework for the course prior to the final three independent site visits is to give you feedback on your progress and to support you in your learning as part of your training to be a practitioner. Assessment is based on two of the independent case studies (you choose two out of three) and by written examination. [1] The five arts are: personal growth/mediation, Chinese medicine, face/palm reading, destiny/astrology reading, divination/consulting the yi-jing or other oracles.

Venue:
Richmond
Old Deer Park Richmond

When:
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Introductory Practical Philosophy Course (Richmond)


Ten week Introductory Practical Philosophy Course - no prior knowledge required. The aim of philosophy is to set you free. We explore how through wisdom and mindfulness we can be truly happy, conscious and free. More information at: http://www.practicalphilosophykingston.org/about-the-course

Venue:
The Richmond Friends Meeting House
36 Retreat Road Richmond

When:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 7.15pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Richmond Borough Mind - Chatty Minds, Mental Health Support Group.


Chatty Minds Feeling stressed, anxious or depressed? Having trouble sleeping? Come along and join our informal discussion group. Chatty Minds provides an opportunity for members to share experiences and coping strategies within a safe, friendly, non- judgmental environment. Whether you are out of work and finding life difficult, or in work and finding the pressure stressful, Chatty Minds is your go to group. The Group meets every Tuesday Evening to support members in and around the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames. Chatty Minds is part of our Peer Group Network and is facilitated by volunteers who have their own history of mental health issues. The volunteers are trained to help support members during their recovery, so if you are looking for specific advice on a problem or just interested in having a tea/coffee and of-loading your everyday issues, our volunteers are here to support you.  So come down, have a hot drink, and see if the group is right for you! Details: Time: 6.30-7.30pm   Day: Every Tuesday Venue: 32 Hampton Road, Twickenham, TW2 5QB (map) FAQs What is the Peer Group Network? The Peer Group Network is made up of groups run by and for people who experience mental health issues. Some of our groups are supported by volunteers who have expertise in their field. We offer a safe and nonjudgemental space where you can make friends, have fun and learn new skills.  Is the Peer Group Network for me? Yes, if you are feeling isolated and/or have experienced mental health issues. Whether you have lived in the Borough of Richmond all your life or just moved in, whatever your cultural identity, gender, sexuality, or mental health background, if you are interested in joining a group or becoming a Peer Volunteer please get in touch. How do I join the group? You can just turn up on the day to any of our groups or to find out more you can contact the Peer Network Manager on 07889 705 695 or email: [email protected]  Are there any minimum age requirements? Yes, you must be aged 18 or over. Are there other support groups? Yes, to find out more about what groups are running in your area, please visit our website: https://www.rbmind.org/our-services/peer-group-network/groups-running-at-the-moment/      

Venue:
Richmond Borough Mind
32 Hampton Road , Twickenham Richmond

When:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Sparta Day - Wednesday


Hello,  You have recently been invited to our upcomming Sparta Day in Richmond. Please review the information below and confirm whether or not you can make it.  Date: Wednesday Time: 10:00am (please arrive by 9:45am) Place: 1 Castle Yard, Richmond, TW10 6TF We try to make the day as relaxed and informative as possible, however keep in mind that you are there to be assessed and may receive a job offer depending on your performance on the day. Here is what to expect: Introduction to Sparta Q&A session with the Talent Team 2 Group Activities 30 minute Lunch break – feel free to bring a sandwich with you Individual interviews Psychometric Assessment – to do at home Other things to think about: Please familiarise yourself with our website to get a good understanding of the company – www.spartaglobal.com or https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLL-3SO5bUE1q6JRgFzjBrA Please bring a scanned copy of your passport with you to the Sparta Day for our compliance. Many of our Spartan graduates go on to work with FTSE blue-chip brands requiring formal attire, we would like to see you in smart dress during the day. Please ensure that you have sent over an email confirmation of your attendance over the next two days as spaces are limited. Additionally, we offer a referral scheme whereby if you have a friend or colleague that joins our academy and represents us on client projects then you will receive £250! If you have any questions in the meantime, please don’t hesitate to contact me and we look forward to meeting you on the day. Thanks, Alastair Marshall Senior Talent Coordinator TECHNOLOGY SKILLS POWERHOUSE Phone: 0208 940 2333 Website: www.SpartaGlobal.com Email: [email protected]

Venue:
Richmond
Sparta Global , 1 Castle Yard Richmond

When:
Wed, 14 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Sparta Day - Tuesday


Hello,  You have recently been invited to our upcomming Sparta Day in Richmond. Please review the information below and confirm whether or not you can make it.  Date: Tuesday Time: 10:00am (please arrive by 9:45am) Place: 1 Castle Yard, Richmond, TW10 6TF We try to make the day as relaxed and informative as possible, however keep in mind that you are there to be assessed and may receive a job offer depending on your performance on the day. Here is what to expect: Introduction to Sparta Q&A session with the Talent Team 2 Group Activities 30 minute Lunch break – feel free to bring a sandwich with you Individual interviews Psychometric Assessment – to do at home Other things to think about: Please familiarise yourself with our website to get a good understanding of the company – www.spartaglobal.com or https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLL-3SO5bUE1q6JRgFzjBrA Please bring a scanned copy of your passport with you to the Sparta Day for our compliance. Many of our Spartan graduates go on to work with FTSE blue-chip brands requiring formal attire, we would like to see you in smart dress during the day. Please ensure that you have sent over an email confirmation of your attendance over the next two days as spaces are limited. Additionally, we offer a referral scheme whereby if you have a friend or colleague that joins our academy and represents us on client projects then you will receive £250! If you have any questions in the meantime, please don’t hesitate to contact me and we look forward to meeting you on the day. Thanks, Alastair Marshall Senior Talent Coordinator TECHNOLOGY SKILLS POWERHOUSE Phone: 0208 940 2333 Website: www.SpartaGlobal.com Email: [email protected]

Venue:
Richmond
Sparta Global , 1 Castle Yard Richmond

When:
Tue, 20 Nov 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Richmond CVS Annual Trustee Recruitment Evening - For Potential Trustees


The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames has a vibrant voluntary sector with approximately 800 charities and not-for-profit organisations and Trustees play a crucial role in their success. If you are interested in finding out more about what it means to be a Trustee, please do come along and join us on Thursday 15th November.  The evening starts at 6.00 with registration followed by talks from two current Trustees on what the role entails. There is then a speed networking event where you will have the opportunity to chat informally with organisations that are currently recruiting Trustees.

Venue:
Richmond and Hillcroft Adult and Community College (RHACC)
Parkshot Richmond

When:
Thu, 15 Nov 2018 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Introduction to Vertical Caving (SRT)


This is an indoor course for people with little or no experience of using SRT (Single Rope Technique) You will be learning good habits in a barn which has been designed to best teach the skills. It allows the instructor to see you and communicate with you easily which is unlike in a cave.  The day includes familiarisation with the kit used. The basic techniques for going down pitches and coming back up again safely (abseiling and prussicking) will be taught. Also included will be pitch head safety, traversing, passing re-belays and deviations. You need a packed lunch but we will supply hot drinks. We supply all kit for the duration of the course. Instructor ratio 1:4 maximum Minimum age normally 16 yrs

Venue:
Yorkshire Dales Guides
Hornby Laithe Stainforth

When:
Sat, 17 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


How To Write A Press Release And Get Your News In The Media


Objectives: The workshop is aimed at those running or working for small and medium-sized businesses, as well as volunteers and staff from community groups, organisations and charities, who are looking for help getting their success stories, messages and events into the public domain. It will give participants the skills, knowledge and confidence to write their own press releases and send them to the right people to ensure their news gets out.  Topics covered: What are the benefits of sending out press releases? What is news and what should I tell people? How do I write a press release? What about photos? Where should I send it? What happens after I send it? What else can I do with my press release? What to bring on the day: All you will need is a laptop or tablet to practise writing and paper, and a pen to take notes with. Tea and coffee will be provided on arrival and at the mid-morning break.

Venue:
Postal code DL10 4HN, United Kingdom
Richmond

When:
Fri, 23 Nov 2018 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Inclusive Shakespeare Workshop


Join Flute Theatre for a participatory workshop introducing the techniques they use when adapting Shakespeare for inclusive audiences, particularly children on the autism spectrum. Acclaimed director Kelly Hunter shares her method of sensory immersive theatre and demonstrates what has made it so effective. Shakespeare is often regarded as linguistically challenging and culturally elitist, but this does not have to be the case when the plays are performed. Approaching "A Midsummer Night's Dream" from a non-neurotypical perspective gives an extra dimension to its upturned world of magic, mischief, delusions, and desires. Flute Theatre's approach taps into the multisensory undercurrents of dramatic literature, making this workshop at the same time a fascinating exploration of theatrical practice.

Venue:
Orange Tree Theatre
1 Clarence Street Richmond

When:
Fri, 23 Nov 2018 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


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Venue:
Tan Hill Inn
Reeth Richmond

When:
Fri, 23 Nov 2018 6.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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