What does it mean to be a conscious parent?
To participate in the competition, we asked you to to reflect on – and tell us what conscious parenting means to you. The result has turned out to be a fine list of beautiful views on conscious parenting. We have summed up on your advice below. Please read on and get inspired by each other. You might want to reflect a bit on what conscious parenting is to you, and what you can do to turn your autopilot off a little bit more everyday in your ways of parenting.
YOUR VIEWS ON CONSCIOUS PARENTING:
1. To help, guide, teach and nurture
2. To let go, embrace intuition and follow my heart
3. To be patient
4. To be present
5. To keep thoughts simple
6. To listen
7. To empower
8. To expand my ability to express my love and compassion
9. To love unconditionally
Sarah O’Malley: Showing my children the love and happiness there is in the world and in people.
The winners are…
Thanks to all who participated in the competition. In your way of thinking about parenting, you are already winners – of your children’s hearts, the greatest gift on earth. My hope for you is that you will continue to walk the fine way you have created as parents and continue to learn from your children.
The winners have been randomly drawn and are:
And we have decided to also donate a book for:
who is just out of hospital with her daughter, who now has trouble sleeping. We hope the book will help you.
Congratulations – you’ve won a copy of: The Children’s Meditations In my Heart
To collect your prize, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.