Being a mother is my greatest job! I love the fact that I am a big part of shaping and molding my daughters into the best people they can be. As a young kid in school, I was so fascinated by Charles Darwin's theory of "Survival of the Fittest". That term has been stuck in my brain and is connected to several "Neuro-nets" of mine. (Neuro-nets are Basically Brain webs of thought)The minute I became a mother, there was a switch that activated in me that made me want to make sure that my children were equip with all they needed before they left the nest.
Every time they come home from school, I converse with them by asking about what subjects they're learning and offer a bit more of what I know about that subject. I then go further and say, "The next thing you'll learn about is "this" "and sure enough, they were praised by the teacher by having some knowledge about what they were just introduced in school. I do this because I want them to be armed with the most knowledge possible.
I used to offer them a lot more information than they asked for. There were some interesting things that I was itching to teach them but they were not ready. When I went down my "knowledge obsession" I talk about in my book, "Turn On The Lights", I wanted to talk to them about Quantum Physics, Metaphysics, Souls, Reincarnation, and all things along that path. At first, they were scared to know and would say "That's too deep, I don't want to know all that right now". So instead of forcing information down their throats, I simply led by example, and made the information readily accessible for them.
They would see me on the computer or reading a book and notice how it had my attention. Or they would over hear me having phone conversations with some friends of like minds, and their interest was peaked even more.
I have 5 daughters and they all came to me at different times wanting to know the information. It was so divine to see the spirit searching. You can recognize a searcher if you are awake and illuminated. I was more than happy to have individual talks with each of them, and depending on what they were most interested in, I recommended a book.
To be continued.........