Teach your Internet homeschool highschool children the Power of Intention – part 1

“Love does not obey our expectations, it obeys our intentions.”
Lloyd Strom

Teaching our homeschool highschool children the power of intention, to focus their thoughts on their future and the positive aspects, goals, decision or paths of learning to create their own future is a parents responsibility that goes beyond measure. To briefly begin this article let’s look at a young king, one of a few young kings and queens history has shown us from cultures from around the world as proof it can be done and perhaps it has been forgotten or set aside.

2 Kings 22:1

Josiah was eight years old when he began to reign, and he reigned thirty and one years in Jerusalem, and his mother’s name was Jedidah, the daughter of Adaiah of Boscath.

In the above example the young king Josiah, even though he was only eight years old, he was still expected to rule a nation of people and they in turn expected him to act like a king. His advisers taught him the power of intention, the power of love to prepare him to guide his people the right way and not like a tyrant. Josiah did rule his people the right way for thirty years and was a legendary and beloved king known around the world.

Throughout history we have had more than one hundred examples of young rulers using the power of intention, the power of love to influence to others. In the semi-autobiographical movie ‘The King and I’ the king of Siam passed his kingdom to his young son to his young son, who was taught to lead his people with the power of intention.

Pharaoh Tutankhamen a legendary young king of Egypt on the same level as pharaoh Queen Cleopatra were also young rulers whose powers of intention affected millions of people over decades.

By sowing small seeds of confidence in our highschool homeschool children at home, confidence in their intentions, confidence in a few conscious directions, a few conscious steps of faith, and acceptance of what they are doing and the direction they are going will carry them through a very fulfilling life.

Proverbs 22:6

Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.

As our children’s teacher’s by making these intentions a daily habit is like watering the seeds we are sowing, planting a garden of confidence to grow in their minds, make a positive change on their futures – instead of watching their futures make changes on them.

“Just what is meant by ‘your word?’ It means your conscious intention, your conscious direction, your conscious faith and acceptance that, because of what you are doing, the Power of Spirit will flow through your word in the direction you give It.”
Ernest Holmes


Goal Setting for Internet Homeschoolers part 2

In part 1, we realized that if any Internet high-school homechooled students imagined that it is difficult to change anything or achieve anything then they will not be able to overcome that hurdle no matter what size it is, then what we need to learn is how to eat an elephant.

Eat an elephant? Yes! Eat an elephant…piece by piece, like army ants – until it is devoured…in a matter of hours – which means, it can be done.
Proverbs 6:8
Provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest.

So mothers/teachers/fathers encourage our Internet high-school homeschooled students to have faith, doubt not that the elephant can be eaten like the ants have been doing for centuries and dinner will be served on each and every hurdle they face or come across, each and every time… It was the exact same idea expressed in Matthew in Matthew 21:21 in part 1 of Goal Setting for Internet Homeschoolers.

Teach your Internet homeschool highschool children the Power of Intention

“Love does not obey our expectations, it obeys our intentions.”
Lloyd Strom

I will be posting an article Monday how to teach our homeschool highschool children the power of Intention, to focus their thoughts on their future and the positive aspects of learning to create their own future. An e-book on writing and public speaking for homeschool highschoolers will be available for pre-order $7.99 before the first week of June to further support Internet homeschooling parents with their efforts to give their children a stronger foundation…

“Just what is meant by ‘your word?’ It means your conscious intention, your conscious direction, your conscious faith and acceptance that, because of what you are doing, the Power of Spirit will flow through your word in the direction you give It.”
Ernest Holmes

Our children should be taught to seek triumph in internet homeschooled classes.

Jacques Barzun
~ It is by teaching that we teach ourselves, by relating that we observe, by affirming that we examine, by showing that we look, by writing that we think, by pumping that we draw water into the well. ~

Internet Homeschooled students should learn how to see the water in the well….

Homeschoolers – staying connected

The world has become a jungle of knowledge. Wherever you turn, you
find a new fruit that just has to be passed on to your homeschooled child. In the middle of all the knowledge flying to and fro, we sometimes forget to talk and relax with our children. A homeschooling mom who doubles as a teacher needs to leave the teacher behind and simply become mom for a few hours everyday.

Listen to your child. Do not just hear the words, but notice the emotion too. Many homeschooling children find it difficult to express exactly what they want. Talk to your child about general stuff and allow him or her to be ‘just a kid’. When you talk to your homeschooled child, ask for his/her
opinions. Few things can please children more. It also adds kilos to his/her self-confidence.

Most parents interrupt when their homeschooled children talk. We, as adults, detest it when someone cuts across our lines. Kids keep mum
because they are forced to be silent when we shut them up. But
this is unhealthy and unfair. Allow your homeschooled child to finish and then express your views in a rational manner. The homeschooled child should have the confidence to confide in you.

Gentle homeschooled guided parenting is the key to successful homeschooling. Be a parent first, and then a homeschooling teacher.

Secrets of a Positive Attitude to Instill in Homeschoolers

Greetings homeschooling self help readers,

Are you or your homeschoolers constantly bombarded by thoughts of negativity? Plagued by feelings of insecurity? Do you or any of your homeschoolers see everything in a negative manner? The reason for this lies deep within our hearts. We are what we mentally and spiritually eat.

If a person eats candy on a daily basis, odds are their body will be affected in some way. They may have liver issues, develop diabetes or incur some other type of health problem directly related to the amount of candy they have consumed. In the same way, a person who constantly feeds themselves negative thoughts will simply turn into a negative person.

This is the time to get you and your homeschoolers to go on a diet. A diet of positive attitude food. We have to literally stop feeding our minds negative things. Ask yourself is this thought negative or positive? What do negative thoughts in a homeschooler’s environment look like? Well, they start with can’t rather than can, no as opposed to yes, won’t instead of will. The Bible which is the greatest self help book ever written, speaks about taking every thought captive. The problem in our society has become that our thoughts have taken us captive. We have begun to let our thoughts control us.

A great way to know what we are negative about is to ask those people who are closest to us, which on a different perspective would be a homeschoolers parents. You can ask your spouse or another person in your life who really knows you how they would rate your attitude on a scale of 1 to 10. 10 being super positive and 1 super negative. Ask this person to be totally honest with you, for your homeschoolers take time finish this part with them. Everyone will benefit from the honesty even if it causes pain. Ask this person what it is that you specifically say that they perceive as negative, and address for your homeschoolers what they often say that’s negative. Write down the negative sayings and look at the actual words. Now is the time for everyone to be honest with themselves. These words are a reflection of what is inside ourselves. They are who we are. The great thing is that anyone can change. It is as simple as making a choice to do so.

Decisions must be made to replace the thoughts of negativity with thoughts of positivity. Decide what words will be changed to replace the negative words on the paper. Once this has been done, make an effort to insert these new positive thoughts in everyone’s mind. Everyone will begin to notice a positive change taking place in their lives. Your family, friends and co-workers will all notice it as well. They may not know what it is that is different about you, but they will know that you are not the same person that you were.

The items which are causing negativity in our lives could very well be the news, movies, or constantly replaying a tragedy in our minds and the list could go on. These things should be eliminated in our new mental health regimen to be a success. The news can be very negative and does not help someone who is trying to rid their mind of such thoughts. When we are feeding ourselves thoughts of death from a war or gunshot or car accident visually the outcome will be negative. I do believe there is a time to grieve over the death of a loved one. However, if a person constantly replays this negative event in their minds it can lead to depression. The person who has passed away is not coming back and we must close that chapter in our lives and move on to the next chapter. This is a difficult task which can only be done by making a decision to proceed with our own life, no matter how hard this may be.

Anyone in a homeschoolers environment can do it. Anyone can and will have a positive attitude, if we simply take the steps outlined above. We do not have to be what we were in the past. Anyone can be different in the future. The choice is always yours. I know you will make a positive one.

Always hoping everyone a continued positive attitude success…

Homeschoolers need to learn about the legend of Lena Horne

I’m still learning, you know. At 80, I feel there is a lot I don’t know… Lena Horne

Our national treasure Lena Horne has passed, let your homeschoolers hear her legendary voice, read her story, see her style…our children are our treasures and should know how valuable they are to us.
Education’s purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.
Malcolm Forbes