Posts Tagged ‘trust’

Catch a Wave of Insight

Soul SurferThis past weekend, I took my daughters on a date to see Soul Surfer.  You may have heard it described as the inspirational movie about the teenage surfer who survives a shark attack, and goes on to become a Professional Surfer.  Read the rest of this entry »

My Teachers | My Life Lessons

Is it possible my children were sent to me to raise me?  The last sentence of my last post, gave me a whole new paradigm to contemplate.  If the first step to raise my children is to raise myself, then is it fair to induce that my children were sent to me to raise me.  Read on if you would like to consider that our children are the teachers of our life lessons. Read the rest of this entry »

Increase Your Child’s Trust Account – Part II

Due to the significance of trust, I broke down the practical application into two parts.  The first was the indirect ways we build trust – through our integrity, respect, transparency, and correcting our wrongs.   This is Part II of the two-part series on increasing your child’s trust account through conscious parenting.  In both parts, the underlying principle is live your highest values and trust will resonate.   Read the rest of this entry »

Increase Your Child’s Trust Account

Whether the value is known or not, every parent has a trust account with their children.  If conscious parenting calls us to awareness with action, then it may be time to read the balance statement of our children’s trust account - is it overdraft or increasing in value? Whatever the current balance, there are mindful steps we can take to plant, restore, and grow trust. Trust can improve the quality of every relationship, and is an essential ingredient to grow a garden of plenty. Read the rest of this entry »

The Joy of the Right Brain

The more I experience life, the more I realize true living, my being resides in my right brain; most of my doing occurs in my left brain.  Because I prefer being over doing, I am exercising and training my right brain.  I believe our happiness and bliss lies in our right brain, so I schedule right brain activities for myself and my children daily. This is conscious parenting, and gardening with intention and purpose.      Read the rest of this entry »