Are you so focused on becoming successful that you have lost track of your own value? Are you spending so much time trying to get things done and check them off your list that you are no longer present in the moment or listening to your inner voice? Are you under the illusion that when you get to where you think you want to be or get what you think you want, everything will be perfect? Think again!
I have found that when you lose touch with your own value then you also lose touch with your authentic self, what matters, and your life’s purpose. When we lose touch with all that, we also lose touch with the deeper meaning of life. So if you find yourself going so fast that you can no longer see your value or see the value in others, then it is time to stop, go inside, look for your intrinsic value, and reevaluate what is important to you. This can help you see the “bigger picture” and in the process become a bigger and more valuable human being.
The ICWIB program is a great way to reduce stress, refocus your mind, and get clear on what in your life needs to change.
With this in mind, I invite you to explore some of the FREE ICWIB art activities and videos.
Since the ICWIB program has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to help even young children reduce stress, release bottled-up emotions, resolve internal conflict, and learn to self-regulate and place their mind in a learning ready state, I think it should be available to any teacher who wants to actively use it in his or her classroom regardless of their ability to pay for the training.
How can you help make this a reality?
You can begin by sharing this information with any preschool or (K-4) teachers you feel would be interested in receiving the ICWIB training for FREE. You can share this information with your family, friends, e-mail connection and your social media group. You can also make a donation of any size to help make this dream a reality.
Would you be interested in attending a small intimate workshop with Dr. Bruce Lipton and Nancy Marie? They are currently organizing an event for late spring of this year.
If you would like to read previous posts, you can find them under resources.