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Mindful Parenting to Release Fears and Worry (927 hits)

When our children are misbehaving, it's so easy to focus on what they may do wrong in the future. 


It;s our job as parents to help them avoid pitfalls when they are young looking for future problems that could happen.  However, this often results in us falling into pitfalls, shackled with fears and anxieties.


We are always waiting for the next "shoe to drop."


Having this type of consciousness, attracts what we don't want.  We focus on the worse-case scenarios for our child, and too often that's what happens.


We tell ourselves, "I knew it...I knew she would do that."  or "I knew that would happen." We get a parent's intuition confused with attracting the worse.


You see, whatever we hold in our mind, often materializes.


This is the Universal Law.  



So how you can we plan ahead to prevent accidents, failed classes, and other childhood issues.


First know, childhood missteps are a part of their growth.  They learn from their mistakes.


We can show them what to do, and what not to do, but then in order to not hold fear in our consciousness; we have to let those thoughts go.


Even if it seems you are not attracting the worse, your child feels your anxiety, and takes on that pressure.  She may not know what it is, but you find her pulling away from you.  That's because children are sensitive to energies, and despite them being active, they want  to feel peace and security.  They can't get that from you when you are constantly worried about them.


Do what you can physically, then emotionally let the feared thing go.




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Posted By: Janet Jackson
Wednesday, March 11th 2015 at 12:58PM
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