How to Parent, The Easy Way
I think people make a bigger deal of parenting than needed. But, then again, I have close to two decades of meditation practice under my belt. Does meditation and mindfulness make parenting easier?
Can I get a “Hell, yeah!”.
Seriously. I can’t imagine not parenting with mindfulness or meditation practice. Once you have even a short practice, parenting is chock full of opportunities off the cushion.
Kids are the best playing field for mindfulness practice. Kids always give you a second chance to improve yourself. For anyone who is a parent of young children you may notice that your kids are almost always around – ready for you to test your mindfulness skills and presence of being.
Parenting with mindfulness has never been easier. You are surrounded by amazing tools to be better parents. I talk with Hunter Clarke who has dedicated her yogi career to moms who want to become the grounded, peaceful mama you want to be without taking hours out of your day. Get a jump start from this talk, and if it resonates- check out Hunter’s FREE 14 day virtual mindfulness retreat.
In this Interview
- Apologies and the second chance with your kid
- How to instill a sense of peacefulness in the stressful daily routine
- The gateway of parenting to open into the timeless zone of being
- Why you need a formal meditation practice – even if it’s short!
What We Mention In This Episode
- The stress of being a mom
- The bonus of a calm mother-child relationship
- Hunter’s free 14-day virtual mindfulness retreat that begins 4th
Links from the Conversation
http://www.hunteryoga.com/blog/– Hunter’s amazing blog. Be sure to check it
Hunter Clarke is a veteran yogi, with over 18 years of experience. A mother of two herself, Hunter helps all the moms out there achieve mindfulness by doing yoga. Establish formal practices to obtain mindfulness, happiness and a peaceful state of mind so that we can help our children do the same! “We have to be the change; we want to see.” (Ghandi).