Why do some women have an easier time with pregnancy and motherhood than others?
Children don't really need to be taught LOA. They just need to be reminded of it. Here's how:
In today's post, Mary Carol Moran shares one of her most painful revelations and tells how she released it. Don't miss this incredible, honest, authentic and vulnerable account.
In this edition of the LOA Q&A series, I'll answer questions about the law of attraction and parenting, empaths and OCD.
In this edition of the LOA Q&A series, I'll answer questions about the law of attraction and getting pregnant, avoiding depression and learning languages.
A reader asks: "What about people who are born with disabilities? Did they somehow bring that on themselves? I can't really accept that a baby who is born blind or paraplegic did something to make that happen."
How can you create the reality of your dreams, when your children are throwing tantrums? Can you use the Law of Attraction to fix them?
How do you detach when what you want is to bring another human being into this world and hopefully not screw it up? How do you line up your energy so that you can conceive a child?
Learning to eat intuitively on your own is already hard enough, but what about when you're responsible for feeding multiple people? How are you supposed to know what their bodies want? And will you have to prepare separate meals for everyone? Here's my answer:
Today's children clearly need to be parented and educated a little differently. How do these "Indigo children" think and what's the best way to deal with them?