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Mindful Parenting is an art of living. It is a systematic approach to attaining harmony and peace within ourselves and within the world in which we live. The simple practice of mindfulness allows us to pay attention to the present moment objectify and without judgment to see things as they actually are.
Parenting is a wake up call. It is an opportunity to realize our greatest potential as human beings. Mindful parenting makes it possible to know ourselves and our children more deeply than we could imagine. In mindful parenting we use awareness of the present moment to guide parental decisions. By giving attention to our family’s everyday challenges and rewards, we can nurture and fully experience each moment.
- Waylon Lewis, founder of Elephant Magazine, interviews Dr. Roys on the subject of mindful parenting :: View Video
- Everyday Blessings – The Inner Work of Mindful Parenting - Myla and Jon KabatZinn
- The family Meditation Book and Peaceful Piggy Meditation - Kerry Lee MacLean :: Web Site
- Wherever You Go There You Are Mindfulness Meditation In Everyday Life - Jon KabatZinn
- The Art of Living, Vipassana Meditation as Taught by S.N. Goenka William Hart :: Web Site
- Shambhala Meditation Center of Boulder Mindful Parenting Discussion Group.
- Kerry Lee MacLean Author and family meditation instructor :: Website :: Email :: Phone: (720) 273-8880
- Robin GoldsteinLincoln, MA, LPC Licensed Psychotherapist and Parenting Consultant.
Robin helps parents of toddlers through teens find mindful and compassionate solutions to the challenges of parenthood through private counseling and consultation, as well as Inspiring Connections parenting classes and support groups. Website :: Email :: Phone: (303) 818-7086
- Patience Bleskan, MA Owner and Founder Parents & Children Empowered, ltd :: Email :: Phone: (720) 839-6555
- Eileen Henry Mindful Parenting and Sleep Solutions, R.I.E. based instruction :: Email :: Phone: (303) 953-0203
- Vipassana, which means to see things as they really are, is one of India's most ancient techniques of meditation. It was taught in India more than 2500 years ago as a universal remedy for universal ills, i.e., an "art of living" :: Website