Give your children the edge

Give your children the edge of attention. We all have it to some degree. Give the young ones the way to hone their awareness to their own gifts and enjoy the process too 🙂

  1. The tickle game – Tell your kids that from now on. You will be coming to tickle them by surprise. They will grow more alert and attentive to human behaviour and learn to read ques and faints better. The second level of this is that they will initiate the tickle game so always pay attention. (Make sure you avoid doing it while driving or choosing MOS)
  2. The spotting game – This is a good car game. Tell your kids to locate the next green sign, the next flying bird or the next dog. This will hone the hunting brain and the kids will be able to find patterns easier. The second level of this is to find a combination. For example – a a dog with a little girl or a tall man with a square briefcase.
  3. The flashlight game – Get a few narrow beam flashlights. Play hide and seek in the darkness of night and teach your kids to grasp the frame iluminated faster and on the move and that when they are looking, they are also looked at. Play so you are able to turn the flashlight for one second at a time and only while in movement.

Do what is needed in the best way possible.

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Sharon Friedman

Student and teacher of movement and Martial art. Husband and Father. I can rebuild you, I have the technology :)