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Law of Attraction in the Classroom


Law of Attraction in the Classroom

A place for teachers to share ways to incorporate the law of attraction principles into their classroom.

Co-Creators: 45
Latest Activity: Aug 30, 2012

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abraham hicks, emotional scale for kids!

Started by Jensine. Last reply by AthenaMarina Aug 12, 2010. 5 Replies

Law of Attraction in the Classroom

Started by Shirah Penn. Last reply by AthenaMarina Aug 12, 2010. 1 Reply


Started by Mateja. Last reply by AthenaMarina Aug 12, 2010. 4 Replies

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Comment by AthenaMarina on December 24, 2010 at 1:08pm
Scamper Squirrel sounds awesome and a belated hello to Shirah Penn and Tisha Bell
Comment by Shirah Penn on September 30, 2010 at 2:28pm
I created a story about Scamper the Squirrel and how he is at the bottom of the tree trunk with very low energy because of his thoughts that are keeping him ..As he goes up the tree trunk his thoughts change and by the time he gets to the top of the tree he becomes a flying squirrel (or not0. I have a Squirrel puppet and a large poster of a tree with the emotional guidance scale written on it.
Comment by Tisha Bell on September 27, 2010 at 3:10pm
Hello! Glad to be apart!
Comment by David on August 14, 2010 at 8:30am
Janine, I agree with AthenaMarina. It's important to know why we affirm things. Our subconscious minds are the store house of our entire belief system from birth. The problem most people face is they don't realize that and humanity doesn't teach that. But once you know it you can do something about it. Change your beliefs from negative to positive. Stop seeing things as they are now, which is your past beliefs and change your beliefs to positive ones and watch the people around you seem to mysteriously change. The reality is they won't change but you will. When you change the way you perceive others they will seem to change. That is because we can only see in others what we have in our own consciousness. If we see them as being bad in our minds THEY HAVE TO BE THAT TO US. But when we start to see everyone as good and as doing things the way we want to (and truly and fully believe that with all our heart) they will change right before your eyes. Life is truly magical when you realize how it works. Our subconscious mind takes a blueprint from our conscious mind, our beliefs. The trick is you have to truly believe not just say you believe as words by themselves have no power but the feeling back of them give them power. Don’t try and make them change, as you can only change yourself. But once you change your perspective, have faith that in a very short time (but claim it as already done now) it will happen. Affirmations (when they become beliefs with feeling) are the blueprint we give our subconscious mind so that our subconscious mind can give us the circumstances and experiences we so desire. Don’t try and change them as you can never truly change another. But the amazing thing is when we change how we look/perceive at others they will somehow seem to change. So we accomplish the same thing but we just had to go about it differently. It’s almost too easy when you know how it works.

Good luck

Comment by AthenaMarina on August 12, 2010 at 5:24am
Janine, and everybody. Here's some things I do.
As I lie in bed before getting up I spend a few seconds imagining the kids in my class sitting, listening, smiling. I segment intend my day and ask the Universal Manager to help me. (I can explain that more later if anyone wants) As I am driving to work I say some affirmations and afformations AFTER I've dropped off hubby if I'm dropping him off so he won't think I'm nuts! One of them is "Why are the kids in my class so awesome and well behaved and clever and why do they listen to me so well and play so peacefully and tidy up so well?"
Afformations were invented by a guy called Noah St John.
It DOES seem to help a LOT.
Comment by Emmy on January 16, 2010 at 7:04pm
I thought this was interesting to watch through the eyes of an educator...
Comment by Janine on May 8, 2009 at 6:42pm
Less than a month left of school and the kids are going nutty! I feel like I am doing more lecturing than teaching...and struggling with finding a way to stay positive with the kids. I teach music and my basic philosophy is to keep it fun so they learn to love it and move on to other musical experiences in middle and high school. Any ideas on how to keep the atmosphere positive??
Comment by Deborah Hundley on April 12, 2009 at 6:27pm
Iam so excited to join this group. I worker in a therapeutic preschool serving abused and neglected children ages 3-5 and I honestly consider it an honor to serve these little beings and fan the spark of divinity within them and I am always looking for ways to enhancemy abilities to serve them--I think I have latched on to a keeper here! So Thank you for being!!!
Comment by violeta on February 15, 2009 at 8:29pm
hello everyone...
I want to wish you all a good time and a nice challenge!!!!!
best wishes, violeta
Comment by Shirah Penn on December 28, 2008 at 11:57am
Happy New You! This is a great time of the year to focus on what worked and what didn't work in the past year to bring forward some good intentions for the coming year. Love Gramma SHirah

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