The Journey for Kids: Liberating Your Child's Shining Potential

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Element, 2003 - Child development - 242 pages
An invaluable tool for helping children to overcome any emotional and physical issues, The Journey for Kids presents simple imagery exercises that will appeal to children from 5-12. * This book offers a unique healing experience that will allow your child to feel more comfortable with their emotions and understand and accept their feelings; feelings which may previously have frightened them or held them back. The methods used have also been successful in healing a wide range of illnesses in children. * The book presents a simple guided exercise, which teaches children to envision an adventure inside their own body. Here they can recall memories and, using imaginary balloons full of qualities such as courage, sense of humour, confidence or understanding, forgive anyone, including themselves, for hurtful situations they have experienced. * The Journey for Kids process will appeal to any child from 5-12, and the book also offers a chapter on working with teenagers and a 'fairy-tale' story that can be read to younger children. * Includes details on the background of the Journey and case studies and testimonial letters of children's success stories from all over the world.

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Liberating your Child's Shining Potential is Brandon Bays second book. Here she focuses on how we can assist children and teenager to uncover issues, release them and allow the true potential to shine ... Read full review

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About the author (2003)

One of the most dynamic and innovative teachers in the personal growth field, Brandon Bays has been speaking to sell-out audiences in the UK andabroad. This long-awaited book makes her techniques available to a wider public for the first time. Bays taught for ten years with Anthony Robbins, and has appeared on stage with Deepak Chopra, Wayne Dyer and other leaders in the field of personal development.

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