My Emoji Journal
The first emoji journal of its kind, My emoji Journal provides creative daily prompts and lets kids of all ages express their moods in a fun, trendy medium: with their favorite emoji!
Whether it’s the unicorn emoji, the dancing lady, a classic smiley or heart, or even the ever-popular poop emoji, there’s no question that emoji are so much more fun than words. Six billion emoji are sent every single day! Nearly everyone with a smartphone uses emoji as a means of communication, and it’s no surprise that these colorful and often hilarious graphics are hugely popular among kids.
My emoji Journal is the first journal that provides creative daily prompts that can be answered using emoji, allowing kids to express their feelings through a fun and familiar medium. Whether they’re laughing so hard they’re crying, feeling smitten, confused, or even like poop, kids will love filling the pages of this fun and unique guided journal. Flexibound with rounded corners and an elastic strap, and including twelve pages of stickers featuring the most popular emoji, this journal is a perfect gift for young emoji fans. We give it two thumbs up and jazz hands.
Emoji are ideograms and smileys used in electronic messages and web pages. Some examples of emoji are 😃, 😭, and 😈. Emoji exist in various genres, including facial expressions, common objects, places and types of weather, and animals. Wikipedia
THE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NAVEL CHAKRA
The navel chakra is the energy center where creativity resides. The ability to manifest reality is held here. It’s entirely up to you what you wish to manifest; it can be a book, a child, a business, a garden, a delicious meal, a sculpture, and so on. The possibilities are endless. Pull the energy up from the belly to step into action to make it so!
This center is also the center for dreaming. In order to manifest anything, we must be able to see it in our mind’s eye—whether in our waking daydreams or our sleeping night dreams. The creative force of Dreamtime comes forth from the area of the womb. Many indigenous cultures focus on the navel as the center of power for meditation, dance, and dreaming.
The navel chakra is also a storage center associated with emotions—both positive and negative. Often, emotions we least want to deal with are shoved down deep into the navel chakra. It is the place from which most cords of attachment to people, places, and things of the past must be cut and released.