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18
June

Supporting Children to Recognize their Inner Truth

Dear Friends,

One of the inspiring aspects of my work is seeing how parents, who are working on their own transformation, pass on what they’ve learned to their children. Supporting children to grow without the heavy conditionings and repressions means that their children will not have to go through the same difficult process of getting back to their inner peace and purity as they did. To eliminate pain and suffering on the planet for the generations that come after us we must start to lay the right foundation for our children. By teaching children early on how to find their inner strength and center we can contribute in creating heart-centered living and joyful beings who will celebrate and enjoy life instead of destroy it through wars and ignorance.

Here is a story of a beautiful mother who passed on components of the self-healing Dalian Method she learned during the Healing into Consciousness 8 Week Online Course to her six year old son. With her permission I am happy to share it with you in this newsletter.

This morning my young son of 6 years woke up tired and grumpy. He has a cold sore on his mouth and was feeling very self conscious. I asked him if he felt bad about himself? He nodded. I decided to try the Dalian Method exercise that we had been working with on the online course…Afterward, he immediately proceeded to get down off the chair and sat crossed legged on the floor, holding the tips of his index finger and thumb together and closed his eyes. I was filled with such love and awe. I have never taught him anything like this before. He then looked up at me and said “I am peace sitting”!!!! :-o
I asked him how he knew this, he replied “I don’t know”. W O W – W O W – W O W

I was soooo touched, my heart filled with so much love and gratitude. It was seen so clearly how we have simply forgotten who we really are. Covered up with layer upon layer of who we are not. I was also filled with so much gratitude to Mada and my Being for receiving this in my life to pass on to others. ~ Tara

Much love and blessings to all!

Mada

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14
June

A Little Girl

“There once was a little girl. Feeling as though she had landed on a strange planet. She was full of Happiness! No-one else around her was. Such sadness and pain all around. Everyone around her seemed to speak a different language. They seemed to see things differently.

They had forgotten who they were. It wasn’t long before the little girl chose to be ‘alone.’ She couldn’t take the misery and pain of others. She couldn’t take the misery and pain inflicted on her with their ignorance, criticisms and rejections. She tried to help but couldn’t. She tried to hide, but couldn’t. She tried to be herself but couldn’t, the world was full of telling her how to ‘be’ and not to ‘be’. Soon she camouflaged who she really was and how to be. She played a waiting game, a game of waiting to go ‘Home’. She searched for truth. Doubt played a huge roll when truth was revealed time and time again. The truth of who she really was was buried deep beneath the layers of who she was not.” ~ Tara

Mada: Every little girl and boy felt this way once. Thanks Tara for how beautifully you said this!

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