Showing posts with label inner connectedness. Show all posts
Showing posts with label inner connectedness. Show all posts

Nov 25, 2010

Review & Giveaway of Milton's Secret by Eckhart Tolle & Robert Friedman

Parents, have you been looking for a children's book that reflects Eckhart Tolle's wisdom and teachings? 
Look No Further! Here is the children's book you've been waiting for.

Milton's Secret ~ An adventure of discovery through Then, When, And the Power of Now.
By Eckhart Tolle & Robert S Friedman
Illustrated by Frank Riccio

Milton's Secret will take your child on an internalizing thought provoking journey. Milton seeks to utilize his own inner power. 

Through lessons learned from being in the now he's empowered to turn a negative scary situation into an eye opening positive engaging experience.

Eckhart Tolle & Robert S. Friedman do an exceptional job teaching children how to see the light in others and live in the now.

Illustrator Frank Riccio draws you in with his 
alluring illustrations and exquisite details!

Life is here to be our teacher, our guide, and our spiritual partner. We are here to uncover our unconsciousness and integrate it. ~ Shefali Tsabary, PhD
The Conscious Parent ~ transforming ourselves empowering our children

Jun 25, 2010

Dr. Masaru Emoto's prayer for the Gulf of Mexico

This was sent to us by a dear friend of ours, we'd like to share her words of wisdom and Dr. Emoto's prayer.

A beautiful and powerful prayer. I suggest you see,  feel the Gulf clean, beautiful, healthy and abundant. Also note the Ho'oponopono prayer as part of Dr. Emoto's prayer. I love you all. Blessed Full Moon! Love, Patricia

Dr. Masaru Emoto's prayer for the Gulf of Mexico

Most of you might know that Dr. Masaru Emoto is the scientist from Japan who has done all the research and publications about the characteristics of water. Among other things, his research revealed that water physically responds to emotions.

Many people have the predominantly angry emotion when we consider what is happening in the Gulf.

And while justified in that emotion, we may be of greater assistance to our planet and its life forms if we sincerely, powerfully and humbly pray the prayer that Dr. Emoto, himself, has proposed.

I am passing this request to people I believe may be willing to participate in this prayer, to set an intention of love and healing that is so large, so overwhelming that we can perform a miracle in the Gulf of Mexico.

We are not powerless.

We are powerful.

Our united energy, speaking this prayer daily...multiple times daily... can literally shift the balance of destruction that is happening.

We don't have to know how...we just have to recognize that the power of love is greater than any other power active in the Universe today.

(The prayer)

"I send the energy of love and gratitude to the waters and all living creatures in the Gulf of Mexico and its surroundings. To the whales, dolphins, pelicans, fish, shellfish, planktons, corals, algae ... humankind ... to ALL living creatures ...

I am sorry.
Please forgive me.
Thank you.
I Love You."

Please join us in often repeating this Healing Prayer by Dr. Emoto.
Please include your powerful children.

Feel free to send it around the planet. Let's take charge ... and do our own cleanup!

Please repost, tweet, share!

If you are unfamiliar with Ho'oponopono you definitely want to add this tool to your spiritual tool box!

Jan 26, 2010

Raising children with an inner awareness of being connected to everything.

I recently watched the movie Avatar. It was an awe-inspiring interconnected amazing movie. Can you imagine a world where we raise our children with an inner awareness of being connected to everything? Being one with our environment? To work with nature and life instead of against it. To have respect for all living creatures in our world?

What if we taught our children to have respect and appreciation for the food that they are eating. For the plants they are consuming. For the value of the planet we are living on. Demonstrating a balanced world of giving and taking. As consumers we mostly take and do not give back to our planet. Some ways you can teach your children to be interconnected to thier environment are:

*Take them out in nature as much as possible, on hikes, walks, camping trips, nature museums, parks. While you are there acknowledge the trees, birds, insects. Have them listen to the sounds they hear. Have them smell the air. Can they feel the wind on their faces or is it calm outside. What does it feel like inside of them? Do they feel calm or excited. This is a great time to begin or refresh tools on intuition.

*Take a vacation to a National Park. Try and encourage a little quiet time in nature. Go on a scavenger hunt. Give your child a little list of things to feel with you and only use signals or expressions to communicate. Your list could include for them to mark down when they've heard a bird sing, felt a breeze, smelled a flower, found a stick, saw a wild animal, etc. Look around you and be creative.