One of my favorite poems … It’s lovely
Me I Am !
I am the only Me I Am
Who qualifies as me,
no Me I AM has been before,
and none will ever be
No other Me I Am can feel
the feelings I’ ve within,
no other Me I Am can fit
precisely in my skin
There is no other Me I Am
who thinks the thoughts I do,
the world contains one Me I Am
this earth shall ever see,
that Me I Am I always am
is no one else but Me!
Easy ways to cleanse, revitalise and energise!
Jane Scrivner – The British School of Complementary Therapy
It’s a nice little book to get some ideas of how one can pay a little more attention, towards oneself or the surrounding…
The little Book of Detox is full of advice on how to give your body and mind a thorough spring-clean.
Discover the key to feeling refreshed, invigorated and full of energy.
Here you find the book….
One of the nicest books ever. I know, that most of you might know it, yet it is worth to be mentioned by EJ and in case one doesn’t know it, … , make sure you will get it and read it to your children, in class or at home.
It exists in quite a lot of languages, so there will be one that you understand…
Reading and writing are the basic tools of modern living, and helping your child to read and write gives the best of all starts in life. Using the Montessori Method guarantees not only that your child will learn, but that he or she will enjoy learning.
Great Book. Closely observed and beautifully written, Oneness and Separetness is a study of the inner emotions and experiences of a child’s earliest life. Louise Kaplan explores the journey each baby makes from oneness with his mother to a “secound birth” as a unique psychological being who begins to comprehend the difference between “I” and “You”, “mine” and “yours”.
EJ recommends this book.
This is Montessori’s last book, and the most in-depth discussion of her theory based on decades of scientific observation of children. It discusses the special mind of the child, and how nurturing the special potentialities that only children have is the only way to change (and save) humanity. Montessori’s theories are particularly interesting today in light of recent neurological discoveries, especially those related to critical periods and language.