Every time you look and smile into your toddlers’ eyes you are connecting energetically – heart-to-heart. If you would like to expand and deepen the quality of that connection, you can. With practice you will be totally amazed how much wisdom and knowledge your toddler has to share. Obviously not in words, but you will get a a feeling, sense, a thought, picture, it’s like learning a foreign language.
When you are connected your energy will be giving them guidance to explore life, feelings, emotions, passions, the things they love to do and experience. They will be sharing guidance and insights for you.
Frankly, we’ve delivered our unique unconventional approach with parents, children and young people, but not a parent and toddler together. Child healthcare professionals acknowledged the findings from their training reinforced our approach, from an academic perspective.
According to the ‘Science of HeartMath’, it’s not commonly known that the heart actually sends more signals to the brain than the brain sends to the heart! Moreover, these heart signals have a significant effect on brain function – influencing emotional processing as well as higher cognitive faculties such as attention, perception, memory, and problem-solving. In other words, not only does the heart respond to the brain, but the brain continuously responds to the heart.
Canterbury Christ Church University proved our unconventional approach in a 2-year evaluation in an area of deprivation. We are offering this now at a critical time in our evolution, because we know the impact of our work, to build self-awareness, confidence, resilience and self-belief.
Why is this critical today?
When children go through the school gates, they feel they have to fit in and be someone they’re not for the rest of their lives. You will have the gift to empower your child before they go through the gates and they will embed a sound foundation in which to manage themselves.
It will improve their academic achievements, accelerate their rate of progress and provide more fulfilling outcomes, in school, work and life.
It’s likely with this experience you will explore a wider view of the world and become happier in yourself and manage yourself differently. Be more selective in what you say and do. You will become more independent and make different choices, if you choose. And in these days of a pandemic isn’t that a more stable place to be?