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The 5 Lessons Children Should Learn When They Are Little

Posted by on October 14, 2019 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting with 0 Comments
The 5 Lessons Children Should Learn When They Are Little

Here are some things children should learn when they’re still little. Discover the tools that will help your child become a better version of themselves. #lifelessons

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Indigo Children, Who Are They and How Can We Support Them?

Written by on October 10, 2019 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting with 14 Comments
Indigo Children, Who Are They and How Can We Support Them?

Many parents have heard the term Indigo used to describe their children. There are a few different approaches that parents, family, and friends can use to identify, understand, and help support Indigo Children. #indigochild #indigchildren

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How to “Unwrite” Your Family’s Unhealthy Belief Patterns and Create a More Joyful Life

How to “Unwrite” Your Family’s Unhealthy Belief Patterns and Create a More Joyful Life

Is your natal family still influencing your life in an unconscious way? Read this and get clear on how your family formed much of who you are, and how awakening can shift you. #spiritualawakening

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What Children Learn from Water Play

Posted by on July 16, 2019 in Conscious Parenting with 0 Comments
What Children Learn from Water Play

Here are some of the key benefits of water play that will help foster learning and mental development in children…

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Harvard Study Shows The Dangers Of Early School Enrollment

Posted by on June 4, 2019 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting with 0 Comments
Harvard Study Shows The Dangers Of Early School Enrollment

Children are going to school at younger and younger ages, and are spending more time in school than ever before. They are increasingly required to learn academic content at an early age that may be well above their developmental capability.

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Why Are Dutch Kids the Happiest In the World?

Posted by on June 3, 2019 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting with 0 Comments
Why Are Dutch Kids the Happiest In the World?

A Unicef report found Dutch kids were happiest and American children were one of the least happy (ahead of Lithuania). Here’s why.

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The Simplest Way to Find Your Purpose

The Simplest Way to Find Your Purpose

Purpose in and of itself is not something we ever need to find or discover, but rather simply acknowledge is ever-present and unfolding through our own creative expressions. Unfortunately, this is not something we are taught in school and many of let go of our instinct to follow our joy at a very young age. We simply stop creating from that place of authenticity and rather let the outer world begin to mold us instead. And while that not entirely a bad thing, we as humans need a serious wake-up call in how we are living and dying because in this day and age the terms are becoming synonymous.

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ET Contact Researcher Mary Rodwell Shares Some Astounding Stories – What’s REALLY Happening On & Off Planet!

ET Contact Researcher Mary Rodwell Shares Some Astounding Stories – What’s REALLY Happening On & Off Planet!

ET/UFO researcher Mary Rodwell is quite simply blazing a trail for the ages. Not that she’s alone in her pursuit, but hers is certainly one of tenacity, of authenticity, AND of revelation. After working with numerous individuals globally, many of them young children who have revealed their reality as what the mainstream would call “inconceivable”  – […]

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Redefining Beautiful [Be-You-To-Full] – How Being Yourself is the Surest Path to Fulfillment

Redefining Beautiful [Be-You-To-Full] – How Being Yourself is the Surest Path to Fulfillment

children remind us that our own needs are just as important as anyone else’s. It just that we learn to believe they are not and begin to repress them and even worse we often pile on other false beliefs about ourselves such as we are not good enough or we must do certain things or be a certain way to even be accepted, liked, loved, or acknowledged at all. And it’s this nonsense that keeps us all separated and divided under our masks and ultimately that is usually who we introduce ourselves as, fall in love with initially in others, and miss once we really get to know people.

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The 4 Questions To Find Your Life’s Purpose

The 4 Questions To Find Your Life’s Purpose

If you aren’t sure which direction to go in or what your life’s purpose is, begin by asking yourself these 4 questions… #lifepurpose

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Elon Musk Explains Why Traditional Schooling is Useless Today

Elon Musk Explains Why Traditional Schooling is Useless Today

In a recent interview, inventor and entrepreneur Elon Musk explained why traditional schooling is essentially useless.

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Question Your Beliefs: The Easiest Way to Keep it Simple

Question Your Beliefs: The Easiest Way to Keep it Simple

Allowing oneself to step back and observe rather than play into what is “happening” around you, is really the easiest way to keep it simple…in all areas of your life. This way of choosing to focus on issues allows you to also see the light at the end of the tunnel or rather the opportunity lying within the obstacle itself.

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Louise Hay: How to Love and Heal Your Inner Child

Posted by on September 4, 2018 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting, Inspirational, Thrive with 0 Comments
Louise Hay: How to Love and Heal Your Inner Child

Louise Hay: “No matter how painful our early childhood was, loving our inner child now will help us to heal it. In the privacy of our own minds we can make new choices and think new thoughts. Thoughts of forgiveness and love for our inner child will open pathways, and the Universe will support us in our efforts.”

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Acknowledging Ourselves as Our Own Sacred Source

Acknowledging Ourselves as Our Own Sacred Source

When we are being authentic in our personal boundaries, we treat ourselves in such a way that sets the standard for the rest of the world as well.

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The Philosophy Of The All-Father – Going Meta With Fatherhood

Posted by on May 25, 2018 in Conscious Living, Conscious Parenting, Thrive with 0 Comments
The Philosophy Of The All-Father – Going Meta With Fatherhood

The All-father allows himself to be a gloriously inglorious, perfectly imperfect, independently interdependent father. He just tries his best and teaches his best and lets the chips fall where they may. As Sue Atkins said, “There is no such thing as a perfect parent. So just be a real one.” The All-father is as real as it gets.

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