Showing posts with label conscious living. Show all posts
Showing posts with label conscious living. Show all posts

May 7, 2022

Intentional Conscious Parenting May Energetic Tips For Living A More Grounded Life

As we move through the month of May take time to tune into where you are now, how you've been feeling, what you want to keep doing and what you need to let go of. 

This is an opportune time to release, ground, and renew yourselves.

Here are our Intentional Conscious Parenting May Energetic Tips.

1) Ground by walking barefoot outside. This is called earthing. Take your shoes and socks off and feel the grass, dirt, or pavement below your feet. Take nature walks or short basks in the sun. Let mother earth recharge your energy. This is also a great time to release any unwanted energy down through your energy centers and out through your feet. See it going deep into the earth, letting it go to be dispersed. 

Mar 15, 2019

Are Recycled Homes The Next Big Thing?

In the era of climate change, more and more people are looking to unique solutions when creating their homes. While many will draw the line at simply adding solar panels to their homes, some families are taking it a step further and building their home of entirely recycled materials. Despite seeming like a far-fetched idea, these homes are actually shockingly doable and can help reduce your carbon footprint down to next to nothing.

Why Waste?

There are plenty of options out there for green construction, and with the U.S. Construction market being worth approximately $1,162 billion, builders know diversifying their construction materials is good for business. So what exactly is pushing people to use recycled materials in their homes? The answer depends on what style of construction you're looking at. There are a variety of types of recycled homes, with people using everything from salvaged building materials that you'd expect to see in a home all the way to plastic bottles and old tires. For some, building with recycled materials means getting a home that looks similar to conventional homes at a fraction of the cost. However, for others that tend to use more creative materials, building a home from recycled materials can be a way of expressing themselves. The ingenuity it takes to build a home from recycled materials certainly is a unique way of making a statement.

Feb 16, 2017

11 Habits That Lead To A Healthier, Happier You!

In these busy times, we need to make sure to take time out for ourselves. When we are happy, we reflect our happiness outwards to all those around us helping to create a healthier happier world!

1) Before falling asleep each night, think about what you are thankful and grateful for that day. Visualize what you want your following day to look like. You would be amazed at how well this works for creating a calmer more balanced life.

Jan 17, 2015

Conscious Parenting Book List

Here is a list of some of our favorite conscious parenting books.
Do you have any favorites you think we should read and add to our list?
Are you an author of a parenting book you would fit in with this list? We love connecting and sharing with parents and authors. We hope you enjoy reading these books as much as we did!


By Dr. Shefali Tsabary

The Seven Spiritual Laws for Parents: Guiding Your Children to Success and Fulfillment By Deepak Chopra

Jun 13, 2014

Inside Every Dad Is A Little Boy ~ Happy Fathers Day!

(Randy Lawrence and Ed Toten skipping rocks.)

Happy Father's Day From Intentional Conscious Parenting 

Dad, fathers, pops, pa, step dad. Whatever name you call them they are essential to our families, societies, work force, etc.

We just could not exist without our precious dads. They bring and teach so much to our children and their families. The masculine energy vibrates through out our world in such a precise way whether it be chaos or untainted calmness it is a very welcomed energy.

Remember inside every dad is a little boy.

Sep 17, 2013



Signs & Symptoms of Inner Peace
A tendency to think and act spontaneously rather than on fears based on past experiences

An unmistakable ability to enjoy each moment