“We worry about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that he is someone today.”
(Quote by Stacia Tauscher)
This is one of the most beautiful quotes I have ever heard. If you’ve been following my blog for sometime now you will already know that I am big on celebrating children for who they are. There’s something else about his quote that I love. The message is so clear. Focus on how amazing your child is right now and let go of the worry. This is perfect Law of attraction teaching .
Did you know that when you worry you actually focus on what you don’t want? Therefore you increase the likelihood of actually attracting exactly what you don’t want.
So if you worry that your child will not be successful, happy, confident, healthy… in the future, ou are focusing on a negative and the message you send out to the Universe is find a way to make my child, unsuccessful, unhappy…
I know this is not what you want for your child. I know that because you wouldn’t be here, right now, reading this blog titled Positive Parents and Kids.
Okay, now let’s go a little bit deeper. The act of worrying is NEGATIVE. So even if this is your thought ~ I really hope my son grows up to be strong and healthy and successful and happy… it is still negative.
Because it is done in a worrying, fretful way it is still negative and the vibrations you are sending out are still negative. Therefore you are still sending out a negative message and asking for what you don’t want.
Affirmations are a wonderful substitute ~ Again I absolutely agree with the above quote. Deal with the here and now.
These are positive statements we say to ourselves or to others (our child).
(add your child’s name here) is strong and healthy
(add your child’s name here) is happy and successful in all he does.
He/She believes in himself/herself and so do I.
Affirmations you can say to your child include:
You really know how to achieve the things you want
You can do it
Anything is possible if you really want it
You’re a great kid
You’re a really kind child
You can create your own affirmations to fit what you want. Just keep them positive and in the present tense.
I hope you have enjoyed this post and find it helpful. As always, I love to hear from you, so hit the leave a comment button to the top left of this post and share your thoughts or questions. Happy Parenting.