Helping Children Find Spirituality through Nature

by Susan Gale When Edgar Cayce was asked, while in a trance state, what was the best way to teach children about spirituality, he responded in Reading 5747-1 by saying, Then, as to the development of the mind of the child, develop its imaginative forces rather than the material or objective forces.  Acquaint such a […]

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Multi-dimensional Healing

by Hillary Raimo I was recently interviewed on Multidimensional Living with Host Esateys on the World Puja Network. We talked about what it means to live a multi-dimensional life. I woke up this morning thinking about our conversation the other day, and as I enjoyed my morning coffee, I found myself musing over the show. […]

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Intuitive Intelligence Comes of Age

by Dr. Caron B. Goode Intuition is what your brain knows how to do when you leave it alone. Dr. Paul MacLean, former Chief of Brain; Evolution, National Institute of Mental Health, 1988 In today’s world, we focus on the child’s natural core genius. Intuitive intelligence is part of children’s core genius. This natural intelligence […]

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The Glow of an Intuitive Heart: Telepathy between newborn and intuitive mom

by Deb Snyder Sleep wasn’t coming easy tonight. Getting appropriate rest on a firm bench in a hospital room was always a challenge. The room was sterile and cool with bright light and noise filtering in from the nurse’s station just outside our door. My young daughter, Raegan Aria, lay motionless a few feet away, […]

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Discipline & Spirit, excerpt from Spiritual Parenting

Below is taken from Chapter Seven, “Discipline and the Spirit” of Spiritual Parenting By Susan Gale Discipline, only after love, is the most important thing a parent can give a child. However, discipline is not to be confused with punishment. Punishment is probably the least effective thing a parent can offer a child. Punishment only […]

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Staying out of Fear

by Hillary Raimo Everywhere I go, I hear people talking about one thing or another that they are afraid of. It seems to be at the forefront of everyone’s mind lately. I am afraid of this, or that, the flu, other people, change, leaving a job they hate, or partner they no longer relate too. […]

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5 Ways to Discover If Your Child Is Intuitive

By Dr. Caron Goode www.acpi.biz Every child has the capacity for high intuitive intelligence just as each could be a musical maestro or a mathematical genius. Intuition is a natural intelligence that all children possess. Intuitive development depends on the environment, parental support, and education. Some children are highly skilled or gifted in this talent […]

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Experiencing Good Vibrations

By: Deb Snyder The world is beginning to comprehend the healing vibration of the Universe, which resonates within all people, places, and things. Incorporating vibration techniques can be done in a myriad of ways; simply follow your intuition as to what might work for your family. Several of my clients whose children are considered by […]

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Using awareness to deviate from learned parenting behaviors.

I remember the very moment that my daughter was born barely 9 years ago. It’s not a moment most mothers would ever forget, but I remember my exact thought…”It’s time to grow up – today.” It’s not that I felt overly immature at the moment just before that, but the immediate knowing that this tiny […]

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