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Dream Scaping and Intention Setting

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A nice way to support your school aged children in the transition back into school life, is to work with them on their goals.  This project is mixing love and art together to create a very cool collage Dream Scaping vison board.

You don’t need much.  Love.  Plus the following items:

  • Magazines
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • A4 or A3 paper
  • Time

I always start this process with a connection to self, even if that is just closing your eyes and focusing on the flow of your breath for a few moments.  This simple practice brings us into the present and allows us to focus on the emotions and thoughts that are happening to us right now.

The next step is to talk about the coming year with all the excitements and challenges it will bring.  New friends, new schools, new teachers, new structures plus the familiar and steady support of family, pets, friends, sports, interests and their home life.

By focusing on Dream Scaping; all the things that your little ones want to achieve and talking to them about it, you are already opening the doors to the flow of that energy and promise.  And…you are there seeing their goals and dreams being made on their vision board, so you can work your caring magic by helping and offering support where needed!  It’s a win…win…

The next step is flicking through the magazines and finding images and words that represent your goals and ideas of self and arranging them onto your vision board.  It can be layered, patterned or placed on any which way – there is no right or wrong way to do this!

I watched my Goddess Daughter, as her Dream Scaping partner, create her vision board and over the coming days saw here master one of her gymnastic goals.  If I hadn’t sat by her side in this creative process, I would not have known just how much it meant to her.

Enjoy this space and this time and please make one for yourself!

I would love to see them so post your Dream Scaping for all to send their energy to it!

Love and Light,

Michelle

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Michelle

I am a Mum of three gorgeous teenage boys, residing in the beautiful Adelaide Hills. As a visual arts teacher I am surrounded by creative, young minds that continually astound and inspire me. I love being active and enjoy holding Sister Circles in the Hills than enable women to connect, find clarity and calmness in their lives. “The painter has the Universe in his mind and hands” Leonardo Da Vinci

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