by Pransky and Associates
Erika Bugbee

Dec 2011

Kids learn everything faster than we do and learning about the way our thinking works seems to be no exception. Sometimes the biggest obstacle for parents in sharing the principles is that they think they have to use words like principles and consciousness. Just like us, however, kids live in their own thinking all day long, and have plenty of moments when they have registered on the fact that it can be illusory and misleading, so they have their own first-hand experience and it doesn’t involve big academic terms. As a parent, I have found myself talking to my kids about the invisible forces that are happening inside of us, because I know it will help my kids make sense of life when they are having a hard time. Let me give an example that happened a few days ago with my daughter.

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