Mindful Interactions

543821_10151480165074892_450871486_nFor just a moment, think back to a moment in time that made you sad or mad. Whatever that moment was, you had a physical reaction within your body.
Do you remember what the physical reaction to that moment felt like?
You could have just experienced it once again at the thought of it?

Now switch to a moment of Love, the birth of a child, the moment you knew you were in love with your spouse or partner.
What is your body’s physical response to that thought?

In these moments, either positive or negative, you witnessed a change of energy or vibration within your physical body. You can “feel” the shift in your energy on a physical and emotional level.
Our children diagnosed with autism feel this on many levels of their being. Not only their own physical changes within as they witness or observe something in their environment but they also “feel” or sense the emotions of others.

As we interact with our children, take this into consideration, do a self-check before you step into the environment of your child. What emotion are you feeling? Do your best to shift into a mindful, calm, neutral emotion, this will begin to create so much ease in your interactions!
Love,
Tracie ~ ♥

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2 Comments

  1. Reblogged this on traciecarlos and commented:

    I enjoy reading words I wrote a year or two or more and finding the wisdom within my own words. We have this knowledge within us, even if we forget, momentarily.

  2. karenwilliams538171610

    Such a nice reminder, Tracie. My granddaughter has been asking me not to chew gum in her presence, as it is too loud and annoying. It’s even more important that I am not loud and annoying with my thoughts/feelings.

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