Joshua and Stranger Danger is on hold Joshua and Stranger Danger is on hold for the moment due to unexpected financial outlays, further delaying payment for the source file. It is the year of the rooster in the Chinese horoscope. Apparently it brings immense change, with double the challenges. On a brighter side it also… Read More »
Empowering children with spiritual stories
The stories bring awareness to children of the energy field within, and surrounding them. Their thoughts and emotions determines the energy field and how they attract or repel the people around them.
Intuition is brought in to stories, making them aware of how important it is to listen to the small wee voice within.
Body language such as a gut feeling or a creepy crawlie feeling is a part of the stories and brings awareness of this defense mechanism which helps protect children from harm.
Joshua’s empowering feeling, having survived a potentially dangerous experience. Joshua is overjoyed and feeling relieved and empowered when the stranger danger event is finally over. He is feeling happiness, strength and well being. There has been no damage to his psyche due to his traumatic experience. The expertise of his teacher who knew how to… Read More »
Joshua learns to listen to his intuition and body language. In the aftermath of his stranger danger experience, Joshua’s spirit guide Tav teaches him how to recognize his intuition and to interpret his body language. Intuition is the wee small voice in our head which we so often dismiss as irrelevant. Tav tells Joshua this… Read More »
A dangerous situation and how to recognise it. The dangerous situation experienced by Joshua leads to a new way of thinking about Stranger Danger. To most children strangers look just like everyone else. Young children are often impetuous and very trusting and it’s difficult for them to know when they’re facing a dangerous situation. Joshua’s mother and teacher feel there has to… Read More »
Stranger Danger now averted With the stranger danger situation now averted and having done all they could to warn of the danger in the midst of their community, Joshua and Mrs Taylor head back to the classroom. They meet up with Joshua’s mother on the way. Joshua tells him mum of his frightening experience and her reaction was… Read More »
Joshua and Mrs Taylor hurry to the principal’s office where Mr Price contacts the emergency 000 number. He is just as alarmed as Mrs Taylor had been, on learning of the stranger who’d approached Joshua. After he’d dialled emergency services, an operator put Mr Price in touch with the police station closest to the school. The emergency service network is co-ordinated so… Read More »
Joshua flees from danger and seeks refuge with his teacher. His compassionate teacher brings him a feeling of safety and comfort. He is feeling the effects of extreme fright upon realising how he had been involved in a potentially dangerous predicament. His body is shaking and trembling; tears are flowing and he is taking deep racking sobs as he releases the pent… Read More »
A potentially dangerous situation confronts Joshua in the second illustration of Joshua and Stranger Danger. Joshua walked with Aden and his mum to the small gate on the side street where Aden’s mum had parked her car. Aden leaned out the window calling, “Bye Josh!’ as his mum slowly drove the car from the kerb. Without thinking,… Read More »
Laila Savolainen’s images are full of expression. I am extremely pleased with Laila Savolainen first illustration in the book Joshua and Stranger Danger. Her work is so full of expression and fits the story perfectly. Laila is an intuitive artist and has put her heart and soul into bringing Joshua and Stranger Danger to life. The images arrived… Read More »
Joshua and Stranger Danger is the first book in The Spiritual Heritage for Children Series. Stranger danger is not new knowledge as predators have existed in all levels of society since time began. Furthermore, predators are not restricted to strangers. Some of the worst cases of violence against children and adults, have been committed by people responsible for their care… Read More »