How do you teach kids the law of attraction?
As you move into a position of power and begin creating the life you want to live, you may wonder how to introduce that energy to your children. Is it enough for them to just watch what you do, or is there a way you can actively teach them that will resonate with the stage of life they are in?
Here are some tips I have used in my own life that I hope you find helpful.
Manifestation Journals – A manifestation journal is a quick an easy way to get your children in the mindset of manifesting. This can be as simple or as complicated as you make it. I gave my children plain notebooks, glue, markers, and catalogs/sales papers and told them to put all the things they want in their journals. I told them that if they want something really badly, they can use their minds to make it happen and the journal would help. As time went on, each time they would ask me for things, I would tell them to just put it in their journal.
I did not look in their books because I felt like it was their private space and because I wanted to see if they could manifest without me being involved. Eventually they noticed that they started receiving some of the things that they wanted. I even heard my youngest say, “look if you want something, you just put it in the book and you keep thinking about it and one day you will get it.” That’s not exactly how I explained it, but that is how he processed it, and it worked for him.
Affies4Kids – These children’s songs are a great way to get kids in the habit of affirming their positive qualities. Depending on the child, I’d say these would work for kids up to the age of 10. I’m not sure, but older than that and they might not be too amused. Some of the songs are “I Am Important”, “I’m A Good Listener”, “I Make Smart Choices”. The great thing is that all of the songs are available for free on their Youtube Channel.
Gratitude Rocks – Showing gratitude is an important part of attracting abundance into your life. Most kids are taught “please and thank you”, but we can take it up a notch by explaining when you are truly thankful for what you have, it creates an energy to attract more good things. Make it fun for the kids by having them paint gratitude rocks. Simply paint a rock, and each day have them hold it while saying something they are thankful for. This can turn into a quick and fun morning habit.
Provide a Natural Learning Environment – Do you ever have time when you are sitting around doing nothing? Or maybe you are cleaning up the house or just relaxing? Why not put on some audio educational materials? Children of all ages can listen to affirmations meant for adults. You can even listen to motivational speeches in the car or while having a family game night.
Read Books Books that I’ve used with my children to help cultivate their best energetic potential include The Wizard’s Wish: Or, How He Made the Yuckies Go Away by Brad Yates, Mindful Monkey, Happy Panda by Lauren Alderfer, and Success Kids: Goal Setting: Roger’s New Bike by Roger Bush.
What about you? What are some ways that you introduce law of attraction to your children?