Soulful Children – Boundaries and Shapes!

Soulful children tend to hunt out places to feel safe. They like to feel held both by other people and their environment. As they are nurtured and grow they realise that their safety is within and they could feel safe on open moorland or in a busy city. However they will likely still feel very happy to get home!

Luca and Jacob made shapes with rope to represent boundaries around themselves. They then made shapes within these boundaries. I could see that they liked the feeling of the boundary. It made them feel safe. They then made shapes across their boundaries with each other. The said they liked the feel of this too because as they ventured out of the boundary they had created they enjoyed the support of their friend and creating something together.

Here are some pictures of the shapes that Luca and Jacob made together.

moon (1)    mountain

Moon and Mountain

stonehenge Stonehenge

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Hi. Welcome to my blog. I am a visionary and my vision is to see more people healthy, happy and fulfilled. My Insights: Relationship is bigger than the interaction. Creativity is bigger than the project. Journey is bigger than the plans of the day. Vulnerability is the new self-sufficiency. Feeling good enough is the new enlightenment. Attachment is the new detachment. Sensitivity is being alive - Soulfulness is our deep heart-felt response to being alive. Separation is the biggest cause of dis-ease. Healing is transformation. The Christian message is an invitation to a warm embrace with God.
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