Oh wait. Here we go. Ramtha's pseudo-neuroscience was packaged into a game a couple of years ago ("The Focus Game") and now the creator (long time RSE student and former Phoenix Rising teacher) is running her own classes to teach kids how to "focus" Ramtha style. She is claiming to have taught neuroscience to kids for years. I guess teaching Ramtha's babble at the Phoenix school counts as neuroscience?
I'm in awe that anyone can call what Ramtha teaches "neuroscience" - and then add that to their resume.
The game isn't about focus, though, - it's scrying. Same as the deck of cards and "remote view." Scrying is one word Ramtha refuses to use because "focus" sounds more friendly. Of course! Why does it matter? It doesn't except...
I can't find the link, perhaps I posted it here a while ago (maybe I did??) but sometime within the last year she presented her game at a local Catholic school to grade school kids and the school had no idea she and her game were teaching the philosophy of Ramtha - someone/something any true Catholic school would reject. It's either a sign that the school was clueless or they're relaxed about teaching kids sorcery LuLz.
They're passing off Ramtha's pseudoscience and philosophies and conveniently leaving out of their bios that this all came from Ramtha. Because, you know, that wouldn't sell! So unless someone does some digging, they won't know she's associated with the big R.
I'm not religious, but I would love to see the look on the Catholic school admins faces when they find out what they allowed into their school!Sonya El Debssi is a longtime mindfulness educator who’s techniques and talents were inspired by many years of successfully teaching mindfulness and neuroscience in the PreK – 8th grade classrooms.