Windows that begin at a level which makes it impossible to see out, can create feelings of constriction and control. I have seen this designed into a child’s room as a conscious effort to control a “hyperactive” child. The child’s behavior became even more erratic, and the designing parents could not understand why.
Perhaps the answer was to have been found in the state of their own chi – perhaps a recognition that their child was in need of attention, not control. This was a design detail I considered graffiti.
First, hang a mirror in the child’s room that is big enough so the child can see a full reflection of the head and chest.
If needed to further calm a child, try the following method:
Place two Yus on the floor under the bed.
Place one under the heart to encourage concentration and focus.
Place one under the feet to encourage a healthy pace.
Hang a wind chime, with a crystal ball attached, in the center of the child’s bedroom.
Note: A person can “break free” by practicing the Six Stage Up-lifting Chi Method. Contact Katherine at [email protected] if you wish to learn this method.