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2 Ways to teach your students to interpret, read and understand what their body is trying to convey

Author: Orly Katz
  • If your students/children complain of any of the following:
    • a headache
    • abdominal pain
    • nausea
    • sweating
    • pressure in the chest

    It is usually an intuitive sensation that is a sign to your students/children:

    "Beware ... this is not for you!"

    Maybe their boyfriend or girlfriend is not the most suitable for them. Perhaps a decision they made wasn't very successful.

    Perhaps they are afraid of something and still don't know what it is.

  • If on the other hand, your students/children feel any of the following:

    • light-headed and floating
    • alpitations and butterflies in the stomach
    • accelerated blood circulation
    • chills
    • excited heartbeat
    • rapid breathing

    It is usually an intuitive sensation that is a sign to your students/children (and you):

    "Wow – this is good for you!".

    Maybe their friends make them feel good.
    Maybe they made a good decision.
    Maybe they're excited about something good that is about to happen.

    You need to listen to your body and your intuition.
    Sometimes the same phenomenon can be interpreted in two ways.
    For some people sweat conveys a positive feeling,
    while for others it conveys fear and distress.

    So what do you do? How do you know?
    You just know…
    Pay attention to when and how your students/children, and yourself, experience these sensations.
    When they feel good or when the feel bad?
    Then you can draw the obvious conclusions! How their body reacts in different situations, and how their intuition is manifested.

Taken from our accredited online course for teachers:
Intuition, Charisma and Body Talk.

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