I was appearing for a competitive exam that consisted of multiple answer choice questions. The exam is known to be tough and is prone to offer misleading answer choices to confuse gullible students.
This 3 hour test really tests the mental endurance of the test taker. The test taker needs to be on his toes and cannot afford to get struck on any question since the time available for a question is less than 2 minutes.
I had prepared well for the exam but wanted to take the help of Balakumar to improve my chances of success in the exam. Balakumar asked me to chant 398 a day before the exam and to chant the numbers mentioned below, as appropriate, during the exam.
Since it may be difficult to chant these numbers during the exam, Balakumar asked me to make concentric circles as follows before the exam:
The technique of concentric circles can be extended to Bach flowers also i.e. writing the names of the Bach flowers in concentric circles. Parents can use this technique by writing the name of their children and divine numbers in concentric circles.
398 – For accessing Wisdom from the higher self, since this exam involved multiple-choice questions, students can get confused by tricky questions and by misleading answer choices. Many times, students doubt the answer choice chosen and even go to the extent of changing the answer choice. The number 398 can be hung in front of the studying student. The eye contact with the number will activate the higher self.
330 – For self-confidence
40 – For fatigue, since it was a 3-hour exam, there was every chance that I could have felt tired towards the end of the exam.
323 – For being in the present. Students normally make the mistake of worrying about the results even while writing the exam. It is important to focus on the current question at hand and to give one’s best than worrying about the outcome.
I successfully cleared the exam. I profusely thank Naran S. Balakumar and the divine numbers for divine and timely help.