Feng Shui consultants from time-to-time have a few clients who may have preferences that are so deep seated that they are often only available via brainstorming the sub-conscious. Nancilee Wydra is presenting on the “archi-typing” technique that elicits pre-verbal memory of place and can be applied to the intake reading of a client. This tool is based on the groundbreaking application of neuroscience, and creation of the ArchiMap® process developed by Beverly Payeff Masey.
Cognitive Science is an important field of study that draws on data and information-gathering techniques from biology, psychology, linguistics, anthropology, philosophy and many other fields of science.
Because FSIA’s foundation is formulated around the validation of science this has become a very powerful tool. Now that behavior epigenetics has entered the playing field of our minds bodies and spirits, doing an ArchiMap assessment of your client gives the feng shui practitioner even more power to resolve issues centered around safety and acceptance or not of a space.
This session at our July 2016 conference will teach you how to assess a space for a client when she/he feels less safe and secure in it. New students to FSIA should be present for this workshop as it is definitely a hands-on approach that must be seen and experienced.
Nancilee will also be offering a special session during the Saturday, July 30th to archi-type five attendees of the conference. Registration for this session will be an extra charge of $100 and must be reserved prior to the conference.
Registered individuals will receive instructions of what types of pictures of personal space that will be needed for the consultation with Nancilee. Hope to see you there! Register at: www.feng-shui-institute-of-america.com/conference.