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Eric the Oracle - Special book pack

By Kate H.N.

Eric the Oracle's 6 personal development teaching tales.  Special offer pack.  Website: 

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Eric the Oracle on Self Acceptance,

Eric the Oracle on Self-belief and Positive Thinking

Eric the Oracle on More Haste, Less Speed,

Eric the Oracle on Loss and Separation

Eric the Oracle on Bullying,

Eric the Oracle on Saying 'No' to Strangers

 

 

 

Eric the Oracle on Self Acceptance

Do you feel there’s something about yourself or about some people that makes you so unhappy you think you can’t do anything about it? Wrong! No-one can make you feel miserable unless you decide in your mind to agree to it. You can be happy if you choose to be!

 

In this teaching tale on self acceptance, Eric the Oracle, who lives in Blockley Bank, meets Cedric from Cedar Woodland who’s a sad, lonely squirrel with thin, patchy fur. Cedric’s deeply unhappy because the other squirrels call him cruel names and say he’s ugly because he looks different from them. He believes it’s true, just because they say so.

 

You’ll find you can learn how to help yourself be happy through simply relaxing and allowing Eric the Oracle’s wisdom on self acceptance filter into your mind and help you make a positive difference to your life. Through Eric the Oracle, the series of Relax ‘n Learn Teaching Tales offers lots of help on developing self-awareness, confidence and finding happiness. 


Eric the Oracle on Self-belief and Positive Thinking

Did you know that you can talk yourself into worrying and failing? The good news is that it can work the other way too! Yes, you can learn how to make things go right for yourself and feel happier. Whatever you think you can or can’t do, is completely true!

 

In this teaching tale on positive thinking, Eric the Oracle meets Maisie Mallard who’s an extremely anxious duck. Her negative thinking has worked her up into a major panic that she’ll fail her exams and won’t get into the Mallard Academy with all her friends. Eric invites her downstream to have a chat. Hopping onto Sleeko the otter’s back and speeding over to Eric’s leafy platform, Maisie settles down to listen to Eric’s words of wisdom about how to train yourself to think positively and enjoy the success from positive thinking.

 

You can learn how to deal with negative thoughts that creep into your mind by changing the negative words into positive statements. See what a difference it’ll make to your life! Through Eric the Oracle, the series of Relax ‘n Learn Teaching Tales offers lots of help on developing self-awareness, confidence and finding happiness.

 

Eric the Oracle on More Haste, Less Speed

Have you ever felt overwhelmed by having too much to do, and, no matter how hard you try, or much you hurry to get everything done, nothing gets finished – and sometimes never even gets started?!

 

In this tale, Eric the Oracle and his friends at Blockley Bank are peacefully enjoying the sunshine and chatting amongst themselves, when suddenly, everyone can hear the loud buzzing of Mr Buzz getting closer and closer. He’s flying at great speed, here, there and everywhere - but getting nowhere. As predicted by Eric the Oracle, Mr Buzz soon ends up buzzing himself into the river, where two trout rescue him and take him to Eric’s leafy platform to dry out.

 

You can learn from Eric the Oracle’s chat with Mr Buzz, how to deal with feeling overwhelmed with everything and how to be more effective. You can also find out how important it is to be mindful of the world about you and not be so busy that you forget to stop and look around. When you relax, you can see and think more clearly. See what a difference you can make to your life by just being mindful!

 

Through the wisdom of Eric the Oracle, the series of Relax ‘n Learn Teaching Tales offers lots of help on developing self-awareness, managing your life better and finding happiness.

 

Eric the Oracle on Loss and Separation

Have you ever wondered why things in life have to change? For example, sometimes people change because of illness or they leave you to live elsewhere, or maybe when special animals or people die, you can easily feel like your world has collapsed. And WHAM! In that instant your life changes, just because of one event. Often you’re left to cope and carry on as if nothing is wrong.

 

In this tale, Eric the Oracle goes to help Tawny Olivante who is desperately upset because his family have had to be rehoused into a sycamore tree because their oak tree home has died. He’s devastated because he feels that his family don’t care about having to move home or how upset he is. He’s almost in despair.

 

You can learn from Eric the Oracle’s chat with Tawny Olivante that the mixture of difficult feelings you might have when things change so much and so quickly is neither wrong nor abnormal. Eric explains how every single one of us reacts in our own ways to loss, separation and changes that are made to our lives, but, that there is definitely a pattern of feelings we all go through, albeit differently. It’s called the grieving process.

 

Through the wisdom of Eric the Oracle, the series of Relax ‘n Learn Teaching Tales offers lots of help on developing self-awareness, managing your life better and finding
happiness.

 

Eric the Oracle on Bullying

Have you ever felt frightened or unhappy because you’re being ‘picked on?’ Worse than anything, it’s often a secret and, for loads of different reasons known only to you, you daren’t tell anyone. There are hundreds of reasons for bullying. These can include being black, white, fat, thin, quiet, clever, red-haired, curly haired, where you live, how you talk - or even for just being there!

 

Sometimes bullying happens for no reason at all, other than because the bully feels like doing it. Well, do you know what? If you're being bullied, you don't have to put up with it!

 

In this tale, Eric the Oracle has a chat with Hamish, who’s a young hedgehog standing by himself, away from his friends and family who are all having fun together in the warm sunshine. He looks so unhappy. A willow warbler flying high above the woodland is shocked to see a beautiful looking fox quietly go up to Hamish and cruelly squash some berries into his back leg and try to trip him up to make him look clumsy in front of everyone. No-one else sees this - except the warbler who swoops down to tell Eric.

 

You can learn from Eric the Oracle’s chat with Hamish that no-one has the right to hurt anyone or make them do things they don’t want to, or to call them names or send message threats, spread rumours about them or do anything to intentionally upset them. Eric explains how YOU can learn to prevent and stop bullying and harassment just by speaking out. See how you can make a difference to your life!

 

 

Eric the Oracle on Saying 'No' to Strangers

Have you ever been so wrapped up in what you’re doing or thinking, that you’ve not noticed either the time, or anything in the world around you? Then be just be mindful that you don’t make any careless decisions!

 

In this teaching tale on saying ‘no’ to strangers, Eric the Oracle speaks great words of wisdom to a young rabbit called Lapinenzo, who’s absorbed in his fascination about the river and wants to see where it flows to - especially as he can’t swim. A beautiful swan appears from nowhere and offers him a water ride upstream. And he’s carrying chocolates too! But the lovely swan is a stranger to Blockley Bank and Lapinenzo, who has strayed from his family - who’ve not yet noticed he’s gone - hasn’t thought carefully about what he’s doing. He’s just determined to go for a ride on the river. But…….Eric intervenes, just in time!

 

You can learn from Eric the Oracle to be mindful of your safety and say ‘no’ to favours from strangers. Just use your head: think, ask someone and be safe. But if you feel you’re in danger: yell and tell! So, before you do anything, remember to check out what’s happening with your parent(s), carer or whoever looks after you. They need to know where you are and who you’re with. It’s not being overly suspicious about strangers or unnecessarily unfriendly; it’s just about checking in with those you’re close to and being sensible, caring and respectful of each other in order to stay safe.

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2015-01-12 Dawn .... What a talented author with a real heart for children! Dawn Tither

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