Conscious Parenting Book Reviews

Conscious Parenting Course Reviews Monday 28 September 2015 at 07:49 am

Alchemy of Love Mindfulness Training Books Reviews

Conscious Parenting  Reviews

Conscious Parenting Book Reviews, Quote by Nuit about unique individuals

Milica’s Goodreads Review 16 May 2015: Lovely Inspiring Course

An amazing course full of exercises tailored for parents. I am into Waldorf education, green parenting, simplicity parenting, so this was a lovely inspiring course to follow. 

Conscious Parenting Review: This Book is a Treasure!

By Zoya Lu, Yoga and Meditation Teacher, August 2015, Amazon Review

This book is a treasure! I've been on the path of self-development for over 15 years and of motherhood for 3 years. I've learned a lot on the way. Yet the Conscious Parenting book has taught me a great deal of parenting wisdom. It's based on the idea that to be a good parent one has to be a good person which we all know. But how do we achieve this? The author amazes me with her capacity to offer a very spiritual approach in a very down-to-earth way. The book is full of practical tips, questionnaires, tables and charts, and concrete steps to improve ALL areas of one's life (including your eating habits, your home environment, identifying your mental fixations, mastering your daily habits, observing your emotions, etc.) I haven't finished it yet, it's 228 pages and I find myself reading the chapters I most attracted to first. It's not a book you read and put on the far-away shelf. I keep it close for daily doses of inspiration and I feel I will go back to it again and again. If you are ready to actively change yourself and enjoy parenthood which brings joy of deep connection to your child, you'll find this book is surely worth your investment.

Zoya Lu is Yoga and Meditation Teacher living in Taipei, Taiwan

Conscious Parenting Official Reviews and Interviews

Nuit for Sunday Times Education of the Future and Conscious Parenting Nuit for Sunday Times Education of the Future and Conscious Parenting

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AoL Books Reviews

Mindful Being, Conscious Parenting and Ama Sunday 09 August 2015 at 2:04 pm

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Conscious Parenting Course is a great course and I highly recommend it

By Dee on June 14, 2015, Amazon Review

conscious parenting book reviews Conscious c ourses is a great course and I highly recommend it! 
I enjoyed working with my kids on creativity exercises of various sorts. Our busy life-styles, make us all a bit hyperactive and detached from nature so seeing my loved ones working on some simple but inspiring exercises from the course, enjoying their creativity time, and preparing little surprises for us, parents, made us appreciate our life as a family. The course is fun, full of exercises and tips for kids development. 12 modules try to cover all the areas within one's life, so there is much to enjoy but I would highlight: anger management, understanding core beliefs, personal development plan and of course the various exercises within the module: relationships. Worth going back to the course at different stages of life! I will probably re-do it again in a couple of years. Must experience!

Sarah gave it 5 stars in December 2017 Goodreads Reviewer

"Parenting is a much demanding chore, much tiring, especially if you are a single parent, but nothing is as much satisfying and so beautiful than this. I don't believe in the concept of an "ideal parent". It has to be a level higher than saying " It is my duty to look after them". [[tt tag="children" ]] are not commodities, they are beautiful souls, a gift from God. The psychology needs to be understood. A child has to laugh with you. You need to be as a good friend to them, making them share their thoughts and views daily and intricately balancing them to make them channelize their energy in the right way.

This course is fun, full of exercises and tips for kids development. 12 modules covering all the areas within one's life - I loved anger management, understanding core beliefs, personal development plan. Loved it.. :-)"

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Conscious Parenting Quotes

About Mindful Living for Parents Thursday 26 March 2015 at 06:56 am

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Conscious Parenting Quotes

From  Course by Nuit

'We live surrounded by an increasingly complex matrix of impulses allowing strangers of all sorts (TV, media, Internet) interfere in our ’s mental, emotional and spiritual development. Understanding this intricate network and how does the human brain interacts with it is increasingly becoming our door to  and health.'

Conscious Parenting Quote on Children Happiness, Nataša Pantović Nuit

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Conscious Parenting

Mindful Living Course for Parents Thursday 15 May 2014 at 4:18 pm

Conscious Parenting

AoL Mindfulness Book #5

by Nataša Pantović

Conscious Parenting is the AoL  designed for parents.  We use Transformation Tools and Spiritual Exercises that will help you get in touch with your Soul, with Love, and with Patience when dealing with kids.  Explore the magic work with: Soul's DiarySpiritual Parenting DiaryDeveloping Parenting VirtuesMeditations, RhythmDay-to-day RoutineHappy Family Structure, Cultivating of Relationships, etc. 

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Cultivate Creativity

Cultivate Creativity using Divine Inspirations Wednesday 30 April 2014 at 6:44 pm

Cultivate Creativity

Using Poetry as Spiritual Tool

We intuitively use Poetry to Heal or express Joy!

Cultivate Creativity and Divine Flow

Cultivate creativity: be within Divine Flow

All throughout our history, cultivating was our major contact with . To master an art-form or a musical-instrument, an artist learns the skill for decades. The purity of their artistic expression takes the viewer beyond the world of day-to-day reality into the world of , Divine exploration, Love. Standing in front of the Botticelli’s Venus within the Uffizi Gallery in Florence, or listening to the Divine sounds of Mozart or Bach within a Cathedral takes the art explorer into the same states of Samadhi a yogi desires to reach.

Now, at this point of the discussion, you will get all the different yogis denying this fact and the echo of their voice brings a touch of truthfulness within this scene - this is the energy, or the stand-point of the viewer. An ability to enter a meditation state observing the true art takes hours and hours of training. A child taken to the classical music concert will not enjoy it no matter how refine the musicians are; yet with a proper training they will learn to enter into the balance created by the composer, musicians and the conductor and would feel the sacred space of the church where the concert is performed.

Attending a school is a training, and it takes a tremendous amounts of time to train reading / writing / thinking. Unfortunately, some people had not ever had an opportunity to train their skills in thinking. Some did not even attend a primary school. At University we read 100s of books to get trained in thinking. It is an admiring amount of time spent in focusing on one subject. Attending a music school, training a sport, dance, or choosing to seriously learn art, is a tremendously difficult training that takes a amazing amounts of time, at least ½ hour a day for 10-15 years, this is why we usually are not in charge of this training but it is in hands of our parents to send us to art / music / dance / sport school while we are kids. Training kindness, truthfulness and compassion should also take this amount of time.

Now, back to the viewers and the experience of meditation or Divine entering the creative sphere and why they are not so different. The viewer’s attitude towards an art form could be polluted by many different influencers: watching TV, reading yellow press, being bombarded by “cheap” and “sellable” images and messages, or brain-washed with the stereotypes of humanity. Still the lack of training within the viewer could cause the experience to stay within the levels of the ordinary. Listening to Divine music, the viewer needs to be still, this stillness will take him into the meditation. If there is no training of stillness, the viewer might miss the opportunity to enter Divine. If we have deep contact with Nature, we live in Nature, we experience the stillness of a mountain or a lake regularly, we have a natural “trainer” within our surroundings that will allow us to enter the states of meditation while creating or experiencing art as Divine form.

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