DAY 24

Treat everyone as if it is their special day! Laser beam love out to everyone, smile, send good vibes, good energy, good thoughts, blessings, light and all the rest.

Pam Grout says,”Splash around in possibility!”


Day 20 MARO UP

Day 20  MARO UP

Pam Grout says, “Maro is short for ‘magokoro’ which means ‘true heart’. It’s rather hard to pin down, but it’s a spiritual state of unconditional love for yourself and others. According to Wahei, it radiates an energy that draws good fortune into your life.”

So the game is simple, today, say thank you for everything, as many times a day. With presence, and meaning.


Day 19 Where’s Waldo?

DAY 19

Go on a scavenger hunt to find five things that you have never noticed before.

Pam Grout says,”Everything you are trying to manifest is already yours.”

Awareness and gratitude are just keys to the castle.


Day 17 Wear Your Freak Flag

DAY 17

In this party game, do something that would normally scare the life out of you and have you running for the hills!  Pam Grout says, “Break one of the unwritten laws of acceptable human behaviour.”



Day 16 Do the Happy Dance

DAY 16     Break into Spontaneous DANCE! (you know you wanna)

Anywhere anytime!

Pam Grout says there are five reasons:

“1. Dancing cuts thoughts off at the knees.

2. It puts you on the same wavelength as the FP.

3. It makes other people happy!

4. It heals your body and eliminates other ailments.

5. It jars you into a new reality.

Worldview 2.0 is all about ditching the ruts and mental architectures that squeezes us into a tiny uncomfortable box.”



DAY 13

Pam Grout says,”We think we have very little control over our thoughts or the vibratory frequency they emit.This game is intended to call bullshit on this exceedingly popular belief.”

13895439_710235325795552_150363120273431657_nIt is time to get clear on how your thoughts make you feel, and what kind of energy you are giving out by staying stuck in a story.

Whatever is happening in your life recognise that your thoughts emit an electrical charge, so choose the love buzz rather than the buzz kill.

“So whatever is happening in your life, simply say, ‘It’s okay.’ and let the loving flow of the universe do the heavy lifting.” Pam Grout

And breathe, remember to breathe.

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Ban on Handhelds for Kids?

I came across this article in the Huff Post Online earlier and I must say, she makes some salient points. ( I find in my own practice that children who spend too much time online or gaming (especially violent games) are seriously struggling with social skills, they can be highly reactive and inappropriately so, very physical and aggressive, and suffer terrible posture.  This leads to headaches, middle back pain, and general digestive discomfort as well.  And these are the under 10s!

I like the chart Cris Rowan suggests at the end, however, I would say that my two girls use my iPad for games and to watch films etc when we are travelling.  We have a time limit that their father and I have agreed on.  They start each day with 10 minutes.  For every item on the ‘to do’ list then can gain extra minutes.  Our ‘to-do’ list looks like this:

make bed   +1

Eat breakfast   +1

Brush teeth/hair, wash face, ready for school +1

All homework done on time  +1

Special projects  up to +5

And so on, up to a max of 30 minutes in a day after school each.  They can however lose points for not doing the above, and for fighting (-1) or mouthing back (-5)  etc.  They know the list as they came up with it, they are 7 and 4 years of age.  It isn’t hard, we don’t write it down, its a running list that the girls make sure we know just how many minutes they have!  We don’t own a telly, and so aside from reading, playing outside, playing in their room, they are allowed to play certain games.  But the games we allow them to play are fun type maths/phonics/reading books etc drawing games and the latest is minecraft.  I think it is important for them to be able to keep up with their peers technologically. I want them to feel confident (even at 7!) that they can do just as well as their friends in class when using a computer program, that they are tech savvy enough to figure it out and not fear it.  If there is something all the kids are into TV wise and its ok with us, they can watch it on i-player.  

So I think it is a matter of making sure that time limits are instituted, and imprinting on young children that violent games are not acceptable.  We know from the playground who is playing them at home by the way they react to other children and how aggressive they can be.

We also use several little gadgets to aid in reducing the EMF waves as well, which are attached to the wifi unit and to my phone and iPad. (see because i do have real concerns about brain growth phases and the effects that radiation has on my children not just at home, but everywhere these days!

What do you do in your home?


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