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I Create What I Believe! Tutorial DVD

 

Nancy Marie’s unique use of artwork and animation to teach the benefits and provide instruction for all twelve of the I Create What I Believe! (ICWIB) exploratory activities makes this DVD a delightful experience for all.

Educators can use this DVD to familiarize themselves with and learn the ICWIB exploratory art activities. They can also use this DVD to teach the benefits of each activity, and guide their students through all of the activities in an effortless manner.

Individual activities were designed to help both children and adults to relax the body, focus the mind, increase concentration and self-regulation, release bottled-up emotions, deepen the sense of self, and increase one’s ability to succeed.

“…Nancy Marie’s art exercises provide children and adults with an alternative way to consciously release the stress or pressure that is building up in their system. These exercises enable the participants to both express their emotions and generate more constructive responses. They are so simple and adaptable and can be used in almost any situation to effectively redirect energy without having to consciously focus on the prevailing situation. These activities can actually become part of a child’s behavioral “download” wherein they automatically provide constructive responses in place of current destructive pre-programmed responses they may be engaging now. Constructive pattern interrupts release stressful pressures, clear perceptions, and pave the way for more wholesome behaviors and resolutions.”

– Bruce Lipton, Ph.D. Author of The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, and Miracles

 

ISBN: 978-0-9660418-6-6
Running Time: 54:54

Only sold as part of the I Create What I Believe! Self-Awareness Art Program Deluxe and Just Materials kit

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“I Create What I Believe! Video DVD”.

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