Listen to the replay of the May 21, 2019 Press Conference at:
HIGHLIGHTS of the call:
- We stepped back a few times today – to Contrary Doors, the Upstairs Ba-gua, and how to post a picture in Chalk Talk (resized).
- Katherine offered her ideas about how to define the Ba-gua, and how to explain what the I Ching is to someone having never heard of the book.
- Katherine read the text from the Toltec I Ching about its theme of justice.
- Please read the 8 hexagrams associated with Partnership and Knowledge. You will better understand why we say, “Opposite guas always work together.”
- Bernadette recommended The Total I Ching, Myths of Change as a book to add to your I Ching library. Karcher is the author.
This Week’s REMINDERS:
- Katherine continues to move between Kenwood and San Francisco every week. It may take a bit longer than usual to respond to your questions and emails.
- You will find the procedure for downloading a Storyboard video from Vimeo in an FAQ. Take note of the size options, and it might be best not to choose the largest. These video files are huge.
- A new address for Katherine when sending a package: Use two lines, one with P.O. Box 135 and one with 44 Jessie St. If you use a service that will not deliver to a PO Box, use one line and write 44 Jessie St. POB 135.
- A template is available for a spine insert if you keep your Storyboard documents in binders. The insert has the number of the Case File, the name of the File, and the Storyboard logo. You can purchase the template for $12 from Katherine.
- Please use [email protected] to communicate with Katherine.
- Please continue to send your tech questions to Katherine for a referral to our techs, Kevin and Stan.
- If you have additional images for discussion on a Press Conference Call, send them to Katherine at [email protected]
- Add your contact information to our Special Agent Directory: https://www.fengshuistoryboard.com/special-agent-directory.