Raising Psychic Children Part 2: The Autism and Special Needs Connection

Last week I shared with you that we were all born with natural intuitive abilities that can be measured through the work of our pineal glands. This gland is also called our third eye, and is known to become calcified … Continue reading Raising Psychic Children Part 2: The Autism and Special Needs Connection

Oh, To Homeschool- The Genius of autism Education

My six year old Bliss Burger is sitting next to me right now at the breakfast table yumming it up on a sweet potato. He slept so well last night. Like he does every night- sometimes between his dad and me, and sometimes in his own bed. Waking him up for school last year, holding hands on the way to the $10,000 preschool was a dream of mine. Not his. To be honest, we sought out that school for their child-focused¬† learning, natural, outdoor setting, and amazing diet. The children helped raise chickens, bunnies, and plants. They cooked.¬† climbed. Did … Continue reading Oh, To Homeschool- The Genius of autism Education

UnSchool of Life: Undoing the Mundane Routine

As a kid, I refused to wear jeans. From the ages of 9-13, stretchy pants were IT for me. It was a comfort thing, mostly.  I’m ultra sensitive to the touch of scratchy fabric. Still. But,  I also  needed to express my differences. I spent most of my days just on the outskirts of the “in” crowd, and was totally okay with it.  My husband grew up expressing his differences in the ways lots of boys do. I’m not at liberty to spill exactly what that means. But,  somewhere in our charts de destiny — we have been dreamily aligned … Continue reading UnSchool of Life: Undoing the Mundane Routine