Class Notes: Iwanna monster and other energetic beasts
These are notes from week three of Beginner's Kids Class.
Energetic Vocabulary Words:
Present - the act of letting go of thoughts and energies related to the past or the future. It is a powerful tool to understand what is the next action to take now.
Beings - We are going to call the energy of negative thought forms beings. This allows us to disassociate from the negative thought and make conscious choices.
Have you ever been in the mall just to pick something up and find yourself wanting (and sometimes actually buying) something you never even thought about before? Or maybe you have over at a friend’s house looking a new purchase and thinking, “I want that!” This is an energetic influence outside yourself that you unconsciously pick up.
It can happen in a big place in the mall or a little place like your friends closet. Basically the energy has been put there, either on accident or on purpose, and you mistake it for your energy. You think you really do “wanna” and if you stop and think about it, you may not as much as you feel like you do.
Here is a list of beings to look out for.
- Iwanna monster – lives at malls, friends new purchases, store and any place you are meant to look around to purchase.
- Anger beast – This is the energy you see your children pass from one to the other. First one is screaming on the floor, then that one is fine and the other one starts. Anger beasts are basically the energy of frustration, anger and struggle that comes into your space and bounces around the house. It isn’t always clear where it starts, but sometimes an outside person brings it in or work or anything that can cause stress. It the just rides the wave of whatever can cause agitation.
- Judgment Coacher – This is the energy of judgment that goes back and forth. “Oh yeah! Judge me?! Well then I will judge you.” This happens among family, friends and enemies alike, no one is immune so don’t kid yourself. J
- Unfairness Fairy – This monster preys on those children that perceive that they have been unjustly treated, someone got something they should get. This is very frequent among siblings as some older children have privileges that younger children don’t, which causes the younger child to fall prey. On the flip side, older children may fall prey, when they have more household responsibilities than the younger child.
- Pity poltergeist – This is the monster that loves pity of any form. It can make an illness worse and a boo boo feel huge. It can make something last for weeks, which should have been over in seconds.
- Perfect Prince or Princess – This sounds like a nice monster, but when it hits it can make you do crazy things to be perfect or at least appear to be. Friends can share these or you might have a rebellious one that fights against the perfect prince(ss).
Next store outing, warn your children about the Iwanna monster and then catch each other starting to say “I wanna” or “can I have?” You can say “The IWANNA MONSTER GOT YOU!” Kids love to catch their parents, so be sure to play it with them and let them pick you out.
Make up your own monsters and have fun catching them run around the house!