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jjandregg

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Education- You're amazing
« on: February 13, 2018, 03:12:44 PM »
Tim's audio is so beautiful...

So what resources does he/ you suggest for raising children who know how to learn & have critical thinking.  Honestly I'd love to know exactly how Tim would parent.   The you're amazing audio brought up great questions.

I'd also love to know how about Tim "got rid of dyslexia."  He mentioned it in the you're amazing.

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Re: Education- You're amazing
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2018, 11:37:29 AM »
Hi JJ


Although I cannot answer your questions for Tim, I do know he would suggest that we all bring up our children in a caring loving environment. Further he would always be positive and encouraging, free from self-limiting beliefs. Children learn the same way fish learn to swim. They do not need to be taught an awful lot just surrounded with the right things to learn from. Young children live in what adults might regard as a dream world where anything can be "real" also they tend to take whatever is said to them as true because they have no past experience to suggest otherwise. So what you say to your children has an impact far deeper than you as a parent can imagine. Evenmore what you say also has an emotional effect, they feel what you say. By imitating your body language they can understand what you really mean not just what you say. Hence the caring loving environment. There is so much more to say but a lot of the people who write in on this forum for help are doing so because they did not get these basics.


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Re: Education- You're amazing
« Reply #2 on: February 14, 2018, 12:47:21 PM »
I rarely write on the forum because I prefer to let others have their say and show their brilliance exactly as Peter has  - and he always does. Thank you Peter and I do absolutely agree that loving a child and helping them to love themselves is very important both emotionally and cognitively. It is an ideal environment in which to flourish.

I anticipated that there might be some specific questions so I am working on a practical guide to some of the things raised and especially those things not covered elsewhere. As such I will be discussing the practical side of educating ones child (based on experience and result). I will also talk about what I did in order to help the lady with "dyslexia". In the meantime of course there was a lot of practical information included. For example, any child can learn simple memory systems. It will either be released as a part 4 or it may take another name but I will make sure everyone knows when it's ready. As an experiment I may even offer it on itunes as well as through the PSTEC site but it's yet to be decided.

I'm glad you've enjoyed it and do listen again or better yet encourage your friends to download it and listen too. I wanted to make it very relevant to people under all kinds of circumstances - whether they be studying, starting a business, feeling discouraged, unappreciated, unimportant or even facing serious illnesses. There's something important for everyone.

Please excuse any typos ...the text on my phone is microscopic!




 



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