While there are many resources for general numerology, there are fewer for Lo Shu, and even fewer for the particular “flavor” that I use. Below are the best I’ve found.
(Note! In the spirit of full disclosure, some of the items listed below are things I’ve created. If it’s one of my products, I’ll stick a (Jay) at the end of the description.)
Speed Learning Numerology Ebook
This is the book that got me going in numerology and I like it so much I recommend it as much as my own stuff! The author, Julian Moore, Does two awesome things in this book:
Shows an easy way to memorize the meanings of the numbers and arrows.
Describes a 4-phase reading that digs deep into a person!
Less than $10 and available to download!
The Lo Shu Deck
I created these to match the meanings in Julian Moore’s book (with his permission) so the cards can be used for a birthdate only reading, or as part of the 4-phase reading Moore teaches in his book.
These cards make giving a reading easier, more fun, and even give the process a “sense of ceremony” that you don’t get when just using pen and paper to give a reading.
Comes complete with tutorial videos. (Jay)
Lo Shu Numerology Utility Pack
This is a set of tools I created to give my readings a little punch! It’s a download with different Lo Shu tools you can print out. Includes tick sheets to make your readings more professional and then gives the participant something to take away with them. Shows how to use your phone or tablet to give readings. Includes a template for cards you can print out and use for practice or during a reading. And more! (Jay)
Lo Shu Practice Videos
I have a YouTube channel where I post three videos a week showing me giving a Lo Shu reading. The first reason for that channel is so the people who want a reading can watch it at any time. The second reason for that channel is so that people who want to start giving readings will have a good place to watch as many different Lo Shu numerology readings as they want in order to get better.