Zen & the Path of Mindful Parenting

Zen & the Path of Mindful Parenting : Meditations on Raising Children

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Modern parenting can be a relentless and stressful job, defined by tasks, chores and goals. Zen & The Path of Mindful Parenting offers an alternative perspective on the reality of raising children. Clea Danaan explores how parenting can become a mindful practice and naturally shares an opportunity for personal, spiritual growth. Through a series of frank anecdotes and meditative insights on the challenges and joys of parenting, she reveals how a heart-led, mindful awareness is the only manual a family will ever need.
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  • Hardback | 144 pages
  • 130 x 200 x 17.78mm | 260g
  • Lewes, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1782401547
  • 9781782401544
  • 250,845

About Clea Danaan

Clea Danaan was born in Seattle, Washington. She attended Western Washington University's Fairhaven College, where she studied the arts, psychology, and environmental education. She moved to eastern Colorado, where she practiced massage and studied somatic psychology and creation spirituality. The Rocky Mountains have taught her much about gardening, permaculture, and the medicine of the earth. She homeschools her two children and continues to write about conscious relationship with the sacred earth. Her books have been translated into French and German, and published in six countries. Her book Sacred Land was a 2007 Foreword Book of the Year Finalist and a Bronze Medal Winner in the 2008 Independent Publisher Book Awards for "Most Likely to Save the Planet".
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