Life As A Conscious Mom

Life As A Conscious Mom


Friday Wisdom: Focus

Focus: Card #11 in The Conscious Living Wisdom Cards (Special Moms’ Edition), Illustrated by Samantha Bachechi, Creative Medium LTD (C) 2010-2012 Conscious Living Unlimited LLC

Friday Wisdom is shared from Christine Agro’s Conscious Living Wisdom Cards (Special Moms’ Edition) Each Deck has 42 cards and a booklet that offer insight and guidance for parenting consciously.

Focus Card #11 in The Conscious Living Wisdom Card (Special Moms’ Edition)

Today I drew the Focus Card.

For Your Child

Children are constantly soaking in the world around them and there is a lot for them to soak in.  It can be easy for children to jump from one thing to the next, especially in a world that tends to reward instant gratification. If you’ve drawn the Focus card for your child, help him* find deeper levels and deeper meaning within his interests. Encourage him to spend a little extra time exploring the history, depth, texture, sound or construction of whatever it is that interests him now.

**A note about The Conscious Living Guide Wisdom Cards (Special Moms’ Edition): There are 42 cards in the deck and a guide book. The guide book includes insight for you which is meant to help you live life more consciously as well as insight for your child, which is meant to help support you in your Conscious Parenting. *Additionally, to avoid the awkwardness of saying he/she all the time, I have picked one gender to identify in each card.

© 2012 Christine Agro

Have questions about your child or need support? Christine offers private readings as well as on-line support at The Consicous Mom’s Guide

Christine Agro is a clairvoyant, naturopath, Master Herbalist, conscious mom and author of 50 Ways to Live Life Consciously as well as of The Conscious Living Wisdom Cards (Special Moms’ Edition). Christine is founder of The Conscious Mom’s Guide , a membership site where she helps support you on your own journey of living life consciously and on your journey of being a Conscious parent. You can also join Christine on Facebook. To contact Christine, invite her to speak or to schedule an appointment with her please email her

 



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