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Birthday Games for Kids and other English books
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“Gretel and Hansel” – the fairy tale of the new consciousness

Hello my dears,
the English translation of “Gretel and Hansel” is finished. Enjoy the revised story, sing the revised children´s song and inform yourself about the effect to the consciousness.

I wish you all the best,
yours Ayleen
Spiritual Master Ayleen of the New Age Enlightenment respectively Final-Enlightenment
Author of
“EMDR for Babies”
“Competition-free Birthday: Teamwork Games for Kids: Non-competitive Children´s Party Games“

Hello my dears,
as Spiritual Master, it is my job to be an ambassador of love and to lead the love into the earthly structures. For this purpose, I firstly inform you about the human structure as an internal family with inner child, inner woman and inner man, as represented in my guide "Spiritual Psychotherapy: the inner family" (German edition, English translation is in progress).
This guide is recommended for basic understanding of the inner family as human psyche also for interested laymen. But furthermore with its psychotherapeutic methods it is specifically addressed at holistic therapist to expertly spread the transcendental consciousness, too.
My second approach is the belly dance. Belly dancing has socially become from community rituals (e.g. birth dance) over the free expression of emotion (improvisation) to mentally-oriented structures (choreography). Therefore this is the basis to fill belly dance as a moving meditation with love. To spread this development into the world, I offer free belly dance online courses.  
My third approach is for the time being still the personal contact. So I'm still there for you with my various therapeutic and spiritual offerings on site (Berlin), via Skype (world) and by phone (in Germany). In the medium term I will remodel this area, however (but don´t worry, for existing clients nothing will thus change in the future).
Overall, loving and very gradual positive changes are planned and there will be enough time to adapt to it.
Much love yours Ayleen
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EMDR for Babies - natural, simple and effective
Step-by-step to a happy baby
Dear parents,
my pedagogical parents’ guide “EMDR for Babies” is now translated into English by a native speaker.
As a spiritual master and non-medical psychotherapy practitioner I have got much experience with human psyche and awareness. From this I know the worth of EMDR and want to give it to you for your baby. It can help solving problems during your baby's first year of life.
Spiritual master (English and German):  
Non-medical psychotherapy practitioner (German only):  
"#EMDR for #Babies"
-        Encourages healthy development
-        Works through a traumatic birth
-        Calms a screaming baby
-        Heals disrupted bonding
-        Prevents ADHD and ADD
-        Develops perception skills
"EMDR for Babies" is a natural, simple, and effective process. Step by step, you will learn how to resolve problems during your baby's first year of life and encourage his or her development in the optimum possible way - for a happy future together.
The original EMDR technique created by Francine Shapiro has been further developed by Dr. rer. pol. Ayleen Scheffler-Hadenfeldt in her guide for parents "EMDR for Babies".
With YouTube video to demonstrate the expanded EMDR approach. Beautiful black-and-white photos convey a sense of tenderness and harmony; see the same images in colour in the video.
"EMDR for Babies" is a completely new form of encouraging development and yet at the same time as old as humanity itself, because the three presented EMDR applications through touch, hearing and sight correspond to the general human walking, uniformly soothing music with drums and the night eye movements during sleep.
In my video to the EMDR techniques you can already get an impression of how simple and natural “EMDR for Babies” is. In the guide for parents you then learn how you can generally use “EMDR for Babies” to encourage development and specifically use it to resolve problems in the first year of life. You also learn what limits should be observed with this very effective EMDR method. I have written this parenting book for you because from my present much wider knowledge I would have liked to have had it for my own son years ago.
Video "EMDR for babies":  
Positive reviews:
"I work with young children and many already bring a story! This method to support and stimulate children in their movements and emotions is very fast and effective! This guide summarizes the theory and practice perfectly in short and good understood explanations! It is great to work with it! Dear Parents, don’t be shy! "Maia on 29.3.2014 at Amazon
"... I think the structure of the book honorable and successful. ... At the end of each chapter the instructions given are summarized again in brief − especially how often, how long and in what ways the bilateral stimulation should be performed. Also very good is that the author ... " Klaus Roth on 11.20.2014 at Amazon
EMDR for Babies: A parents' guide for your baby's first year of life by Dr. rer. pol. Ayleen Birgit Scheffler-Hadenfeldt, 84 pages, published by: Books on Demand, 1st edition 2015, ISBN-13: 978-3734772306, price: 10.90 EUR (Kindle 8.49 EUR).  
I wish you all the best for a wonderful time together with your baby.
Yours Ayleen
#development #traumatic #birth #screaming #baby #bonding #ADHD #ADD #perception #skills
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Eating sausages
(this game is translated by myself and additional to the games in the parents’ guide below which is translated by a native speaker)

Place: inside and outside with attachment point for a tape or at a table
Material: one sausage per child (possibly vegetarian sausages), tape, scissors
Characteristics: spatial awareness, motor skills

1.alternative: Birthday Game
Cut a long piece of tape and so many shorter pieces as sausages are available. Now attach the long string at two rigid mountings such as door handle, cabinet knob, heater, or branches. The cord should be about horizontally and a little above the head of the children. If only lower mounting options are available, the sausage eating can be done on the knees or sitting on the ground. With the short tapes the sausages for each child are attached at their ends to the long cord.

The children shall now eat their dangling sausages only with their mouth − without using their hands. This is not so easy! Let each child start eating as soon as you hung the sausage because it's not about a speed competition but about skill, challenge and fun.

Note: Don’t leave the kids with the tapes unattended, and gather them afterwards, so that no potentially dangerous nonsense will be done.

2.alternative: Dinner
After an exciting birthday afternoon with lots of nice games it can sometimes be difficult to get the children reasonably quiet for dinner. In this case a very special sausage eating "under the table" can help.

Put the chairs aside and let the children sit on the floor. On the table tape is cut so that for each child a piece of string protrudes over the edge of the table. The easiest way is to knot the strings in the middle and lay them out in a star shape. This allows you to hold all the strings simultaneously with one hand if something should slip. If necessary, the children are allowed to hold their tape at the table edge and "cheating" is allowed anyway. At the end of each string, the children receive their sausages attached to it and once again eat only by mouth. Have Fun!

Tip: If ketchup and drinks are on the floor, too it should be insensitive or covered because in the heat of the battle something can easily be knocked over.
For more ideas of birthday games look at “Competition-free Birthday: Teamwork Games for Kids, Non-competitive Children´s Party Games”, Dr. Ayleen Birgit Scheffler-Hadenfeldt, English edition 2010 ISBN 978-3-8391-7076-2 translated by S.T. Paterson, paperback, books on demand, 64 pages  
Yours Ayleen
#Birthday #Kids #Party #Games #Children #Teambuilding #Teamwork #Parents #Ideas

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“Useful, easy to read, imaginative, highly recommended. …" Spielefan, 16.3.2012 on Amazon.

“A fabulous book! The best book on children's parties that I've ever had! …” Sylke Holtz, 27.2.2013 on Amazon.

“… Simply brilliant. We'd buy again.” Steffi from Cologne, 4.4.2013 on Amazon.

“With the help of this book, I was able to organise a really lovely birthday. …" Jezirah, 11.6.2013 on Amazon.

“Competition-free Birthday: Teamwork Games for Kids, Non-competitive Children´s Party Games”, Dr. Ayleen Birgit Scheffler-Hadenfeldt, English edition 2010 ISBN 978-3-8391-7076-2 translated by S.T. Paterson, paperback, books on demand, 64 pages
#Birthday #Kids #Games #Party #Children #Teambuilding #Teamwork #Parents

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Competitive games are popular at children’s birthday parties, often without parents realising the effect these have on the kids. The practical guide “Competition-free Birthday: Teamwork Games for Kids” presents alternatives to traditional games that foster a competitive atmosphere. Instead, Teamwork Games strengthen collaboration and cooperation. A clever selection of birthday games can therefore influence the mood of your child's party in a very deliberate fashion.
The advice book “Competition-free Birthday: Teamwork Games for Kids” contains a wide range of merry, exciting, imaginative and fun games for inside and out based on the idea of cooperation and teamwork. It also offers handy hints on how to introduce and develop non-competitive games outside of children's birthday parties. Suggestions on how to link individual games up to create story arcs and themed birthdays go far beyond a simple collection of games to play.
This guide book will help you create a harmonious birthday celebration thanks to the educational concept of teamwork games plus plenty of practical hints and tips.

“Competition-free Birthday: Teamwork Games for Kids, Non-competitive Children´s Party Games”, Dr. Ayleen Birgit Scheffler-Hadenfeldt, English edition 2010 ISBN 978-3-8391-7076-2 translated by S.T. Paterson, paperback, books on demand, 64 pages
#Birthday #Kids #Games #Party #Children #Teambuilding #Teamwork #Parents

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Team-building For Kids
An essential value for modern society
(Article about “Competition-free Birthday: Teamwork Games for Kids” in “Sport in BW” 2/2010 translated into English by Sophie Paterson)
In the past, traditions were passed on from generation to generation without much reflection, but these days many parents are starting to think much more consciously about which values they want to instil in their children - and team spirit has become very important for today’s society.
Parents that realise how important it is to teach their children team spirit casually start the learning process in play, choosing cooperative group games over competitions. For a few years now, youth group leaders, educators and sports associations have increasingly been encouraging the use of team-building games. The thinking behind these is nothing new; experts have long been outlining the benefits. Yet the presence of collaborative games in the everyday life of modern families is still rather uncommon, and they are therefore seldom played at children’s birthdays.
Advice for Parents at Children’s Birthdays
It is here that the parental advice book Competition-free Birthday: Teamwork Games for Kids – Non-competitive Children´s Party Games by Dr. Scheffler-Hadenfeldt comes in. This guide illustrates the team-building nature of cooperative games and makes targeted use of them at children’s birthday parties.
Competition-free Birthday: Teamwork Games for Kids – Non-competitive Children´s Party Games presents a wide range of fun, exciting, imaginative and funny games for both indoors and out, all based on the team-building principle. For example, there are quiet games, energetic games, imaginative and story-telling games, food games, water games, arts and crafts, magic tricks as well as themed birthdays such as Pirates or Horses. In addition, the advice book also provides clear information on inventing your own games, and offers plenty of practical hints and tips for creating happy and successful birthday parties.
Picture caption: The “Making Children Strong” initiative also focuses on developing team-building skills and provides various games models for big events.
BOOK TIP: Dr. Ayleen Birgit Scheffler-Hadenfeldt. Competition-free Birthday: Teamwork Games for Kids – Non-competitive Children´s Party Games . Books on Demand GmbH; 2nd edition, September 2009, in English 2010; brochure, 64 pages; ISBN: 978-3-8391-7076-2 / Price: €9.90 / $14,90 / CDN$15,65 / £10,90
#English #books #parents #guide #Birthday #Kids #Games #Teamwork #Children #Party #Ideas
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