Why does your child need The Phasieland Fairy Tales? What benefits do they bring?
The Phasieland Fairy Tales are educational stories. Author Michael Raduga aimed to create interesting stories that not only entertain and are a joy to read but are also as meaningful and beneficial as possible. They not only develop the unique skill of controlling dreams, but also vividly illustrate the importance of people skills and life skills, in addition to the role of perseverance in achieving goals.
The main emphasis has been made on the author’s field of professional expertise: studying and teaching the phase phenomenon (also known as lucid dreaming or out-of-body experiences). Scientifically speaking, this phenomenon is an outcome of the evolution of human consciousness as a result of which consciousness functions, not only in the waking state, but also in REM sleep. Everyone already encounters this phenomenon in one form or another, but your children will be consciously controlling it from a young age and will therefore live in two worlds!
Moreover, the amazing adventures of the characters in The Phasieland Fairy Tales show the many ways that this skill can be used in ordinary life: obtaining information, travel, healing, practicing skills, meeting unreachable people, entertainment, and much more.
Important life lessons and people skills are also emphasized in all of Michael Raduga’s Phasieland Fairy Tales, including: the importance of eating well and respect for one’s elders, the need to sleep well and cherish friends, and why it’s good to take walks and have good communication skills.
In all ten fairy tales, special emphasis is given to the importance of persistence and sticking to your goals. The main characters nearly always seem to run into insurmountable difficulties, but they never give up; instead, they try again and again to solve one problem or another. The author maintains that this is the most important ingredient for success in life. He has done everything he can so that your children realize this and remember it their whole lives.