Kids Cartoons that Teach the Law of Attraction
By Lori Spensieri
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Hello positive peeps it’s me, Lori your positivity princess. I am bringing to you a slightly different look at the law of attraction and how to teach it to your children.
I have a list of 5 cartoon shows that demonstrate various aspects of the Law of Attraction.
What is the Law of attraction? CLICK HERE to find out.
For each I will explain very briefly what its about and then how it teaches the law of attraction to your kids.
A little side note – my son Jacob (10) made the images for this blog. He is very aware and he always has been. I appreciate his contribution to my efforts to reach many with the Law of Attraction. Thank You Jacob!
Having a little chat and pointing out certain aspects of these show for your kids can have a positive impact and allow them to have their own unique awareness that surrounds the Law of Attraction and the power they possess in this universe.
1. Lego Ninjago
This can be found on Netflix. This show has 12 seasons although Jacob pointed out that a 13th season is on its way.
This show essentially is about six young ninjas who have to fulfil their destiny by defeating evil. Part of their path includes realizing their full potential and learning about how powerful their own minds can be.
They each represent an elemental power that is inherited from their parents from generation to generation. This includes; wind, fire, lightning, energy, Ice, golden power, water, mind, and earth.
The concept of balance and the yin and yang is represented as every good essence like creation and complemented by the opposite or evil essence like destruction.
The saga goes on and on…
2. Gravity Falls
Dipper Pines and his sister Mable Pines are invited by their great Uncle Stan (they call him Grunkle, which is adorable) for the summer. He owns a museum of strange attractions called the Mystery Shack. The kids end up working for him for the summer. They think it will be boring but Dipper finds a Journal that reveals that the town has many interesting secrets. This show has so many strange and interesting concepts including Time-space continuum, cloning, and destiny.
Mable is incessantly positive and happy all the time. She woud be considered to be high vibrations as things generally work out for her. She is very excentric by personality but she owns it. She is her authentic self.
The show also demonstrate a character who is a triangle with an eye in the middle. It has a hint of illuminate although it never uses the word. This character is called Bill Cypher and he is evil. I still recommend this show is the law of polarity and balance are both demonstrated clearly…where good exists…bad also has the potential.
There is a heavy “follow your destiny” message as well.
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3. Star Wars – All of them!
Ok this one can be cartoon or not. The star wars saga can be found in Lego version or just straight cartoon or live action. The concepts in these shows just scream law of attraction. The most striking theme in star wars is the idea of having a purpose or destiny and that nothing can get in the way of it. The Force which is a power that some individuals possess is controlled by the mind and can only be mastered thorugh belief in oneself and practice. Does this sound familiar?
The evil vs good theme is intentse and permeates every film, show and scene. The good side is shows as light, bring, calm, meditative and in control. The evil side is shrouded in darkness, fear, anger and impulsivity.
4. Avatar, the Last Airbender
This one perhaps should come first. There is a scene in ___ where th main character is taught how to meditate effectively, what the chakras are and how to clear them so that the energy can flow through them.
“The world is divided into four elemental nations: The Northern and Southern Water Tribes, the Earth Kingdom, the Fire Nation, and the Air Nomads. The Avatar upholds the balance between the nations, but everything changed when the Fire Nation invaded. Only the Avatar, master of all four elements, can stop them. But when the world needs him most, he vanishes. A hundred years later Katara and Sokka discover the new Avatar, an Airbender named Aang. Together they must help Aang master the elements and save the world.”
This show is currently on Netflix and I discovered by doing a search for a simple way to explain the chakras. I was trying to what each chakra represents and this show appeared. I find that In my awakening journey, the right information is placed in front of me at the right time. In the episode the chakras were explained as a river running through us. The chakras are checkpoints along the river. At each checkpoint sticks, and stones and other debris can block the flow. This opened my eyes and I know the same can happen for my kids and your kids. Check it out.
Avatar: The Last Airbender S02E19 – The Guru
This show is about a sea sponge who lives in an underwater town called Bikini Bottom.
He is a happy go lucky guy who is able to make the best of any situation.
He is very naïve but he is also very responsible. He works at a local burger joint. This show demonstrates how staying happy and in good spirits is very important. Sponge bob is an eternal optimist, always essentially keeping his vibe high.
He is very lucky and good things happen to him all the time. Another idea from the LOA that is demonstrated is
6. Ninja Turtles, Smurfs. Barbarapapa, Care Bears, My Little Pony, Power Rangers, Legends of Chima and more…
These shows, have one thing in common .Can you figure out what it is? Each of these shows demonstrates individual differences and how these must be embraced. I say that this a law of attraction idea based on the law of gender, the law of balance the law of polarity. All of these show that all types of people are needed for a balanced world. No one is better than anyone else and everyone is important.
With the ninja turtles….In the opening song it states. Leonardo leads, Donatello does machines! Raphael is cool but rude, Michelangelo is a party dude. There is no judgement placed on any of these labels or skills…they are all necessary and important.
Thank you so much for watching this video. I hope you got some insight into the sometimes hidden messages in some of the shows that your kids enjoy.
In my next video I will discuss the video games that may be giving your kids valuable skills for real life. It may not all be a big waste of time! Lol.
Have a great day and eh! Be Positive.