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How Can Conscious Parents Create and Keep Life Balance with Children?

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As conscious parents, you have good intentions, but creating and keeping balance seems to take more effort and energy than you have and it feels like you are always one step behind.  You wouldn’t trade your children or your life, but do feel guilty that you aren’t more calm, centered and present. You don’t want to be one of those perfect super-hero parents, or let your kids run wild while you zone out in the lotus position! You just want to live a more balanced life with children. Well you can, and the first step is to get into the “Balanced” zone with your parenting style. Parenting... (Read More ...)

What is a Conscious Parent? Are You One? Do You Want to be One?

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Do you consider yourself to be a Conscious Parent? It probably depends on your definition, right? The Conscious Parents Toolshop® defines conscious parenting from a 4-D perspective, looking at the following four aspects: Which mind are you using when you parent: the conscious or subconscious mind? The subconscious mind operates on old programming, where the conscious mind can learn about parenting and be aware or conscious about parenting choices and responses. Do you believe parenting is possibly the most important job you may ever have and want to educate yourself and get training to do the... (Read More ...)