Dec 25, 2010

The Conscious Parent Review!

Hello everyone, I am so excited to bring you our latest book review! 
The Conscious Parent ~ Transforming ourselves empowering our children
By: Shefali Tsabary, PhD

Shefali Tsabary raises the bar in the parenting realm with her new book
The Conscious Parent. She demonstrates several examples on how to take day to day parenting to a new level. Be advised after reading her astounding new book you will never look at parenting the same way. She shares with you a whole new perspective on the conscious parenting process. When followed and applied the techniques and tools she teaches can last you a lifetime.

Shefali truly channels the conscious connections of parenting from an authentic place. When you parent from your conscious self you learn how to parent from a place from within. By reconnecting with this part of yourself you begin to practice living in the now and are more fully able to to implement conscious parenting practices. The conscious parent is jam packed with much needed information. This book is nothing like any other book on the market. The Conscious Parent shows you that the parenting process is really about the parent!

Top five favorite messages from The Conscious Parent.
1. We really loved that throughout The Conscious Parent, Shefali reaffirms the process of parenting and life is more important than the outcome.
2. Your unconsciousness isn't your children's to inherit: it is yours to excavate. Being a conscious parent means you are increasingly aware of your unconsciousness as it arises in day to day situations.
3. Shefali demonstrates through her own experiences how to honor your children for their essential qualities such as joy, peace, authenticity, courage and trust.
4. By being fully present with your child, you learn how to make the simple moments count.
5. Shefali shows you how through your children you can learn how to really live, meet your children as they are being to being!

The Conscious Parent is available in paperback and on audio and on CD!
Follow Shefali on Facebook!

Carol and Stacy are practitioners of the spirit, they deal with the soul, the real you. They interview authors, write book reviews and together intuitively Carol and Stacy are fulfilling a calling and a passion to write children's picture books. They are assistant editors for the family and parenting community at All Things Healing. They provide nurturing tips and encouragement for parents walking an intentional spiritual conscious parenting path by supplying an inviting platform for their established parenting community. 

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Garah said...

Great review!This seems like a wonderful book! I can't wait to read it.
I followed Shefali Tsabary on Facebook :)

Unknown said...

I followed Shefali! and I am all about books!! If I don't win it, I'll see if I can get it thru ...that's where I buy 80% of my books :D

Grace said...

This is a great review and I am now following Shefali on facebook

Unknown said...

This book sounds wonderful. Is there any other way to enter? I don't do FB!

Carol Lawrence And Stacy Toten said...

Hi Domestic Goddess. Leaving a comment here like you did enters you into the contest.

Lucy said...

Tweeted and posted this giveaway to FB. Thanks for helping me with my Oprah Martini campaign... Happy New Year.

jeri Tourand said...

Looking forward to reading this amazing looking book! Thanks - sharing at my "Parenting from Heart" group on FB as well!! :)

Leigh Harris said...

I'm excited to see how she is integrating self and parenting. I look forward to reading it. It seems to complement my own book, which isn't yet published, but in true law of attraction style, I look forward to seeing them on the shelf together!

I have now followed this interesting author on FB. Regards,

VegLisa said...

This is exactly what I was lookjng for and can't wait to read it! I am now following Shefali on fb and my email is

DaddyNumberOne said...

The outcome of parenting is not important? I don't understand that at all. It sounds like a way to justify total failure and to shrug off results like unhappy or anti-social children.

I'm sure there is more to it than that. I hope?

Carol Lawrence And Stacy Toten said...

Hi DaddyNumberOne, are you referring to this part?
"I really loved that throughout The Conscious Parent, Shefali reaffirms the process of parenting and life is more important than the outcome."
What this means is Shefali really focuses on in her book the whole parenting process. Not just the end results but what we learn as parents through our day to day parenting experiences. All of it counts, how present we are with our children, what we demonstrate to them, etc. etc, not just whether they grow up to succeed in societies eyes. We are living our lives and we are learning and growing as parents as we go along.