Manifesting Anything

Posted By on December 8, 2011

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I am a Chinese-American mother of three boys, parenting with the traditions worth keeping from the East and West. I continue to learn new ways of raising a family and myself.


2 Responses to “Manifesting Anything”

  1. Min Yi says:

    I would even to go as far to say that thoughts shape our reality. How we perceive reality affects our feelings about ourselves. Failure is a fear of acceptance from the world. When our children learn that their access to belonging, connection and love transcends their performance in the world, they will feel peace within themselves to thrive. George Bernard Shaw wrote so wittily, “The reasonable man adapts himself to the world; the unreasonable one persists in trying to adapt the world to himself. Therefore, all progress depends on the unreasonable man.”
    The question I would ask is what does he need to hear, see and live for him to realize – to believe – he already belongs, he is connected and he is most certainly loved.

  2. Totally true, I need to explore this concept with my 11 year old son. Aother big concept we are working on is; Your thoughts shape your feelings. If you think you are bad at something, or a failure, or something is too hard for you , not only will you make it so, but you will feel miserable. I sure hope he is learning to understand that. Looking forward to talking to you more.

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