I'm old enough to remember the Age of Aquarius from a song in the musical “Hair.”
I was a teenager in the 60’s and I loved that song!
The Aquarian Age:
The official beginning of the Aquarian Age is November 11, 2011 or 11/11/11 and the age is dominated by networks, and information. The key phrase for this age is “Be to be.” The key to the astrological sign Aquarius is “I know.”
This is the age of information. Nothing is secret anymore. All information is available at your fingertips.
During this age, the focus is no longer on your identity and existence (“to be or not to be”), but on accepting yourself as a whole person (“be to be”) who does not need to believe in something outside of yourself. You are ready to accept that you have the knowledge and wisdom within yourself. It is no longer necessary to attach to something outside yourself, but to become
a leader of one: yourself!
And what about the children?
About 10 years ago I wrote a blog called Saalome - the coming of a new earth. During that time I researched and wrote a lot about Indigo/Crystal Children (which I have have been seeing more and more of these days)
Scientist have confirmed that our DNA has been changing over time.
Children born from 1990's to the Present or the new children are often referred to as "the gift to the world".
They are being born with a different energy.
Have you noticed it?
They are born knowing so much more...
The education of children comes mainly from the people in their lives, and not from the institutional “lessons” forced upon them by the ‘system’
So, how do we teach these children when we find that the old ways of teaching are not working?
Please check out the story below, written by a friend of ours, as she explains
The decision to homeschool from a mother’s perspective
As parents to a five year old daughter and three year old son, home-schooling may seem like a topic that isn’t warranted until a child is “school-age” in Western world standards.In our minds, we envision this realm that we call Earth as a school. So for our children, school starts as soon as they are free from the womb.
With little ones, how is it possible to successfully teach them at home? How can we keep them focused enough to learn when most of their day is spent running around the house with no signs of decreased energy?
In 2014, our family made some alterations in our routine by allowing one parent to stay at home while the other worked. During the time, my husband was Active Duty Air Force. I was a recently separated service-member from Active Duty after giving birth to my son.
Read the rest of the story here
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