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The Magic of Me: A Kids' Spiritual Guide to Health and Happiness Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-11 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 62 user ratings
ISBN:1732596301
LANGUAGE:English

"As an educator and an aunt, sometimes I believe that there’s more we should be teaching our children in addition to the standard curriculum we already have set. And that’s where ‘The Magic of Me’ comes in - a game-changer in the Self-help, Personal Development, Spirituality, and even Psychology genres.

With echoes of ‘A New Earth’ by Eckhart Tolle and ‘A Return to Love’ by Marianne Williamson - but for kids! - Becky Cummings delves into the importance of self-love, what nutrition is and why it’s so important, body health and the sacredness of our bodies, the power of forgiveness, bullying, caring for the environment, kindness and helping others, mindfulness and meditation, and tells children that they do have the ability to do and be anything in this world that they want, that they themselves have the power to make it happen.

‘The Magic of Me’ also addresses the Big Questions: Who is God? What happens when we die?

Some of my favorite parts of ‘The Magic of Me’ were the chapters on angels and on the afterlife. It reinforced things I’d explored and discovered as an adult, and even taught me some new and interesting things. Cummings even introduces The Law of Attraction to kids in a way they’ll understand, very cleverly using magnets to explain the power of our own thoughts. I LOVED that. And after every chapter, there’s a fun activity for kids to try out that helps to further increase their understanding of a topic. Kids learn best when it’s hands-on, and the inclusion of these engaging activities was brilliant.

My question is: why should a child have to wait until adulthood to explore these things? The subjects addressed in ‘The Magic of Me’ were all questions and wonderments I myself had as a child, but no one ever spoke to me about them, asked me about them, or even acknowledged that I might even be cognizant of them. ‘The Magic of Me’ finally does acknowledge that kids, do, in fact, think about and hunger to learn more about all of it, and I believe this will make us adults more aware that these are important things that SHOULD be discussed on a wider-scale with our children. They’re tiny, yes, but they’re still human beings that seek to understand deeper meanings. And if you’ve wanted to broach any of these topics with your children but didn’t know how, then ‘The Magic of Me’ can also help you with that, even allowing you to take the journey WITH your child as you do so.

I found myself not just reading this book, but EXPERIENCING it. From cover to cover, ‘The Magic of Me’ was a journey. One that will make children see the world around them, and themselves, in a new and utterly, beautifully, positive light.

Highly, highly recommended.
" said.

"As an educator and an aunt, sometimes I believe that there’s more we should be teaching our children in addition to the standard curriculum we already have set. And that’s where ‘The Magic of Me’ comes in - a game-changer in the Self-help, Personal Development, Spirituality, and even Psychology genres.

With echoes of ‘A New Earth’ by Eckhart Tolle and ‘A Return to Love’ by Marianne Williamson - but for kids! - Becky Cummings delves into the importance of self-love, what nutrition is and why it’s so important, body health and the sacredness of our bodies, the power of forgiveness, bullying, caring for the environment, kindness and helping others, mindfulness and meditation, and tells children that they do have the ability to do and be anything in this world that they want, that they themselves have the power to make it happen.

‘The Magic of Me’ also addresses the Big Questions: Who is God? What happens when we die?

Some of my favorite parts of ‘The Magic of Me’ were the chapters on angels and on the afterlife. It reinforced things I’d explored and discovered as an adult, and even taught me some new and interesting things. Cummings even introduces The Law of Attraction to kids in a way they’ll understand, very cleverly using magnets to explain the power of our own thoughts. I LOVED that. And after every chapter, there’s a fun activity for kids to try out that helps to further increase their understanding of a topic. Kids learn best when it’s hands-on, and the inclusion of these engaging activities was brilliant.

My question is: why should a child have to wait until adulthood to explore these things? The subjects addressed in ‘The Magic of Me’ were all questions and wonderments I myself had as a child, but no one ever spoke to me about them, asked me about them, or even acknowledged that I might even be cognizant of them. ‘The Magic of Me’ finally does acknowledge that kids, do, in fact, think about and hunger to learn more about all of it, and I believe this will make us adults more aware that these are important things that SHOULD be discussed on a wider-scale with our children. They’re tiny, yes, but they’re still human beings that seek to understand deeper meanings. And if you’ve wanted to broach any of these topics with your children but didn’t know how, then ‘The Magic of Me’ can also help you with that, even allowing you to take the journey WITH your child as you do so.

I found myself not just reading this book, but EXPERIENCING it. From cover to cover, ‘The Magic of Me’ was a journey. One that will make children see the world around them, and themselves, in a new and utterly, beautifully, positive light.

Highly, highly recommended.
" said.

"As an educator and an aunt, sometimes I believe that there’s more we should be teaching our children in addition to the standard curriculum we already have set. And that’s where ‘The Magic of Me’ comes in - a game-changer in the Self-help, Personal Development, Spirituality, and even Psychology genres.

With echoes of ‘A New Earth’ by Eckhart Tolle and ‘A Return to Love’ by Marianne Williamson - but for kids! - Becky Cummings delves into the importance of self-love, what nutrition is and why it’s so important, body health and the sacredness of our bodies, the power of forgiveness, bullying, caring for the environment, kindness and helping others, mindfulness and meditation, and tells children that they do have the ability to do and be anything in this world that they want, that they themselves have the power to make it happen.

‘The Magic of Me’ also addresses the Big Questions: Who is God? What happens when we die?

Some of my favorite parts of ‘The Magic of Me’ were the chapters on angels and on the afterlife. It reinforced things I’d explored and discovered as an adult, and even taught me some new and interesting things. Cummings even introduces The Law of Attraction to kids in a way they’ll understand, very cleverly using magnets to explain the power of our own thoughts. I LOVED that. And after every chapter, there’s a fun activity for kids to try out that helps to further increase their understanding of a topic. Kids learn best when it’s hands-on, and the inclusion of these engaging activities was brilliant.

My question is: why should a child have to wait until adulthood to explore these things? The subjects addressed in ‘The Magic of Me’ were all questions and wonderments I myself had as a child, but no one ever spoke to me about them, asked me about them, or even acknowledged that I might even be cognizant of them. ‘The Magic of Me’ finally does acknowledge that kids, do, in fact, think about and hunger to learn more about all of it, and I believe this will make us adults more aware that these are important things that SHOULD be discussed on a wider-scale with our children. They’re tiny, yes, but they’re still human beings that seek to understand deeper meanings. And if you’ve wanted to broach any of these topics with your children but didn’t know how, then ‘The Magic of Me’ can also help you with that, even allowing you to take the journey WITH your child as you do so.

I found myself not just reading this book, but EXPERIENCING it. From cover to cover, ‘The Magic of Me’ was a journey. One that will make children see the world around them, and themselves, in a new and utterly, beautifully, positive light.

Highly, highly recommended.
" said.

"As an educator and an aunt, sometimes I believe that there’s more we should be teaching our children in addition to the standard curriculum we already have set. And that’s where ‘The Magic of Me’ comes in - a game-changer in the Self-help, Personal Development, Spirituality, and even Psychology genres.

With echoes of ‘A New Earth’ by Eckhart Tolle and ‘A Return to Love’ by Marianne Williamson - but for kids! - Becky Cummings delves into the importance of self-love, what nutrition is and why it’s so important, body health and the sacredness of our bodies, the power of forgiveness, bullying, caring for the environment, kindness and helping others, mindfulness and meditation, and tells children that they do have the ability to do and be anything in this world that they want, that they themselves have the power to make it happen.

‘The Magic of Me’ also addresses the Big Questions: Who is God? What happens when we die?

Some of my favorite parts of ‘The Magic of Me’ were the chapters on angels and on the afterlife. It reinforced things I’d explored and discovered as an adult, and even taught me some new and interesting things. Cummings even introduces The Law of Attraction to kids in a way they’ll understand, very cleverly using magnets to explain the power of our own thoughts. I LOVED that. And after every chapter, there’s a fun activity for kids to try out that helps to further increase their understanding of a topic. Kids learn best when it’s hands-on, and the inclusion of these engaging activities was brilliant.

My question is: why should a child have to wait until adulthood to explore these things? The subjects addressed in ‘The Magic of Me’ were all questions and wonderments I myself had as a child, but no one ever spoke to me about them, asked me about them, or even acknowledged that I might even be cognizant of them. ‘The Magic of Me’ finally does acknowledge that kids, do, in fact, think about and hunger to learn more about all of it, and I believe this will make us adults more aware that these are important things that SHOULD be discussed on a wider-scale with our children. They’re tiny, yes, but they’re still human beings that seek to understand deeper meanings. And if you’ve wanted to broach any of these topics with your children but didn’t know how, then ‘The Magic of Me’ can also help you with that, even allowing you to take the journey WITH your child as you do so.

I found myself not just reading this book, but EXPERIENCING it. From cover to cover, ‘The Magic of Me’ was a journey. One that will make children see the world around them, and themselves, in a new and utterly, beautifully, positive light.

Highly, highly recommended.
" said.

"As an educator and an aunt, sometimes I believe that there’s more we should be teaching our children in addition to the standard curriculum we already have set. And that’s where ‘The Magic of Me’ comes in - a game-changer in the Self-help, Personal Development, Spirituality, and even Psychology genres.

With echoes of ‘A New Earth’ by Eckhart Tolle and ‘A Return to Love’ by Marianne Williamson - but for kids! - Becky Cummings delves into the importance of self-love, what nutrition is and why it’s so important, body health and the sacredness of our bodies, the power of forgiveness, bullying, caring for the environment, kindness and helping others, mindfulness and meditation, and tells children that they do have the ability to do and be anything in this world that they want, that they themselves have the power to make it happen.

‘The Magic of Me’ also addresses the Big Questions: Who is God? What happens when we die?

Some of my favorite parts of ‘The Magic of Me’ were the chapters on angels and on the afterlife. It reinforced things I’d explored and discovered as an adult, and even taught me some new and interesting things. Cummings even introduces The Law of Attraction to kids in a way they’ll understand, very cleverly using magnets to explain the power of our own thoughts. I LOVED that. And after every chapter, there’s a fun activity for kids to try out that helps to further increase their understanding of a topic. Kids learn best when it’s hands-on, and the inclusion of these engaging activities was brilliant.

My question is: why should a child have to wait until adulthood to explore these things? The subjects addressed in ‘The Magic of Me’ were all questions and wonderments I myself had as a child, but no one ever spoke to me about them, asked me about them, or even acknowledged that I might even be cognizant of them. ‘The Magic of Me’ finally does acknowledge that kids, do, in fact, think about and hunger to learn more about all of it, and I believe this will make us adults more aware that these are important things that SHOULD be discussed on a wider-scale with our children. They’re tiny, yes, but they’re still human beings that seek to understand deeper meanings. And if you’ve wanted to broach any of these topics with your children but didn’t know how, then ‘The Magic of Me’ can also help you with that, even allowing you to take the journey WITH your child as you do so.

I found myself not just reading this book, but EXPERIENCING it. From cover to cover, ‘The Magic of Me’ was a journey. One that will make children see the world around them, and themselves, in a new and utterly, beautifully, positive light.

Highly, highly recommended.
" said.

"As an educator and an aunt, sometimes I believe that there’s more we should be teaching our children in addition to the standard curriculum we already have set. And that’s where ‘The Magic of Me’ comes in - a game-changer in the Self-help, Personal Development, Spirituality, and even Psychology genres.

With echoes of ‘A New Earth’ by Eckhart Tolle and ‘A Return to Love’ by Marianne Williamson - but for kids! - Becky Cummings delves into the importance of self-love, what nutrition is and why it’s so important, body health and the sacredness of our bodies, the power of forgiveness, bullying, caring for the environment, kindness and helping others, mindfulness and meditation, and tells children that they do have the ability to do and be anything in this world that they want, that they themselves have the power to make it happen.

‘The Magic of Me’ also addresses the Big Questions: Who is God? What happens when we die?

Some of my favorite parts of ‘The Magic of Me’ were the chapters on angels and on the afterlife. It reinforced things I’d explored and discovered as an adult, and even taught me some new and interesting things. Cummings even introduces The Law of Attraction to kids in a way they’ll understand, very cleverly using magnets to explain the power of our own thoughts. I LOVED that. And after every chapter, there’s a fun activity for kids to try out that helps to further increase their understanding of a topic. Kids learn best when it’s hands-on, and the inclusion of these engaging activities was brilliant.

My question is: why should a child have to wait until adulthood to explore these things? The subjects addressed in ‘The Magic of Me’ were all questions and wonderments I myself had as a child, but no one ever spoke to me about them, asked me about them, or even acknowledged that I might even be cognizant of them. ‘The Magic of Me’ finally does acknowledge that kids, do, in fact, think about and hunger to learn more about all of it, and I believe this will make us adults more aware that these are important things that SHOULD be discussed on a wider-scale with our children. They’re tiny, yes, but they’re still human beings that seek to understand deeper meanings. And if you’ve wanted to broach any of these topics with your children but didn’t know how, then ‘The Magic of Me’ can also help you with that, even allowing you to take the journey WITH your child as you do so.

I found myself not just reading this book, but EXPERIENCING it. From cover to cover, ‘The Magic of Me’ was a journey. One that will make children see the world around them, and themselves, in a new and utterly, beautifully, positive light.

Highly, highly recommended.
" said.

"As an educator and an aunt, sometimes I believe that there’s more we should be teaching our children in addition to the standard curriculum we already have set. And that’s where ‘The Magic of Me’ comes in - a game-changer in the Self-help, Personal Development, Spirituality, and even Psychology genres.

With echoes of ‘A New Earth’ by Eckhart Tolle and ‘A Return to Love’ by Marianne Williamson - but for kids! - Becky Cummings delves into the importance of self-love, what nutrition is and why it’s so important, body health and the sacredness of our bodies, the power of forgiveness, bullying, caring for the environment, kindness and helping others, mindfulness and meditation, and tells children that they do have the ability to do and be anything in this world that they want, that they themselves have the power to make it happen.

‘The Magic of Me’ also addresses the Big Questions: Who is God? What happens when we die?

Some of my favorite parts of ‘The Magic of Me’ were the chapters on angels and on the afterlife. It reinforced things I’d explored and discovered as an adult, and even taught me some new and interesting things. Cummings even introduces The Law of Attraction to kids in a way they’ll understand, very cleverly using magnets to explain the power of our own thoughts. I LOVED that. And after every chapter, there’s a fun activity for kids to try out that helps to further increase their understanding of a topic. Kids learn best when it’s hands-on, and the inclusion of these engaging activities was brilliant.

My question is: why should a child have to wait until adulthood to explore these things? The subjects addressed in ‘The Magic of Me’ were all questions and wonderments I myself had as a child, but no one ever spoke to me about them, asked me about them, or even acknowledged that I might even be cognizant of them. ‘The Magic of Me’ finally does acknowledge that kids, do, in fact, think about and hunger to learn more about all of it, and I believe this will make us adults more aware that these are important things that SHOULD be discussed on a wider-scale with our children. They’re tiny, yes, but they’re still human beings that seek to understand deeper meanings. And if you’ve wanted to broach any of these topics with your children but didn’t know how, then ‘The Magic of Me’ can also help you with that, even allowing you to take the journey WITH your child as you do so.

I found myself not just reading this book, but EXPERIENCING it. From cover to cover, ‘The Magic of Me’ was a journey. One that will make children see the world around them, and themselves, in a new and utterly, beautifully, positive light.

Highly, highly recommended.
" said.

"As an educator and an aunt, sometimes I believe that there’s more we should be teaching our children in addition to the standard curriculum we already have set. And that’s where ‘The Magic of Me’ comes in - a game-changer in the Self-help, Personal Development, Spirituality, and even Psychology genres.

With echoes of ‘A New Earth’ by Eckhart Tolle and ‘A Return to Love’ by Marianne Williamson - but for kids! - Becky Cummings delves into the importance of self-love, what nutrition is and why it’s so important, body health and the sacredness of our bodies, the power of forgiveness, bullying, caring for the environment, kindness and helping others, mindfulness and meditation, and tells children that they do have the ability to do and be anything in this world that they want, that they themselves have the power to make it happen.

‘The Magic of Me’ also addresses the Big Questions: Who is God? What happens when we die?

Some of my favorite parts of ‘The Magic of Me’ were the chapters on angels and on the afterlife. It reinforced things I’d explored and discovered as an adult, and even taught me some new and interesting things. Cummings even introduces The Law of Attraction to kids in a way they’ll understand, very cleverly using magnets to explain the power of our own thoughts. I LOVED that. And after every chapter, there’s a fun activity for kids to try out that helps to further increase their understanding of a topic. Kids learn best when it’s hands-on, and the inclusion of these engaging activities was brilliant.

My question is: why should a child have to wait until adulthood to explore these things? The subjects addressed in ‘The Magic of Me’ were all questions and wonderments I myself had as a child, but no one ever spoke to me about them, asked me about them, or even acknowledged that I might even be cognizant of them. ‘The Magic of Me’ finally does acknowledge that kids, do, in fact, think about and hunger to learn more about all of it, and I believe this will make us adults more aware that these are important things that SHOULD be discussed on a wider-scale with our children. They’re tiny, yes, but they’re still human beings that seek to understand deeper meanings. And if you’ve wanted to broach any of these topics with your children but didn’t know how, then ‘The Magic of Me’ can also help you with that, even allowing you to take the journey WITH your child as you do so.

I found myself not just reading this book, but EXPERIENCING it. From cover to cover, ‘The Magic of Me’ was a journey. One that will make children see the world around them, and themselves, in a new and utterly, beautifully, positive light.

Highly, highly recommended.
" said.

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