Mindful Parenting is a contemplative practice through which we become more mindful of our children and, in doing so, experience a more joyful life.
Your mindful parenting practice tip of
the day. Be sure to sip slowly
Experiencing the Joy of Connecting With Our Children
The Mindful Parent is an organization devoted to sharing with
parents and other child caregivers ways in which to enhance the many
joys of parenting. By mindfully attending to our children, both
when we are physically present with them and when we are physically
separated from them, we can enhance our sense of connection to them
and, in turn, our connection to the cosmos. This makes us a
better parent, a happier person, and a more vital human being.
facilitate a more mindful approach to parenting, The Mindful Parent
publishes on its website, and in its bi-weekly newsletter
parenting verses and commentaries
. The Mindful Parent website
also serves as a community forum that encourages and supports a mindful
parenting dialogue and the sharing of mindful parenting experiences.
the spirit of developing a mindful parenting community, we encourage
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through our collective experience, we can help each other develop
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The Daily Sip:
Week of Mindful Parenting Tips in Review
Each weekend, The
Mindful Parent's "The Morning Cup" column provides links to the
Morning Sips that appeared during the previous five days.
you are unable to visit The Mindful Parent during the week, or
you missed a sip, the weekend publication will enable you to
easily catch up on one or more of the week's mindful parenting tips.
Five tips at once can be a bit daunting, so find one that touches
you and incorporate in into your practice or thinking duringt he upcoming
For those of you to have visited the website during
the week, you may want to reread one or more of the mindful parenting
tips that especially resonated with you.
share your comments on today's column. If you would
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to you each morning, click here.
A complete archive of "The
Morning Cup" columns can be found here.