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Introduction into Conscious Parenting – Level 1
A groundbreaking seminar led by Dr. Shefali herself on her seminal book: The Conscious Parent. This is a pre-recorded courses with some interactive conversations from the previous live course. This level offers you online access to both audio and video teachings by Dr. Shefali encapsulating her core concepts.
Welcome to Your Course Video
What is Conscious Parenting?
Audio: Class One
PowerPoint: Class One
1. Summary Video 1: Introduction to Conscious Parenting
2. Supplemental Video 2: Key concepts Part One
Key Questions to Ground Us in Presence
Audio: Class Two
PowerPoint: Class Two
1. Summary Video 1: Key Questions to Anchor us in Consciousness
2. Supplemental Video 2: Sitting with the as-is
3. Supplemental Video 3: Key Concepts Part Two
What are Agendas? How to Institute them?
Audio: Class Three
PowerPoint: Class Three
1. Summary Video 1a: Let’s Talk about Agendas Part One
2. Summary Video 1b: Let’s Talk about Agendas Part Two
3. Supplemental Video 2: Commitment to Embody – the way to manifest an agenda
4. Supplemental Video 3: Being the Container; embodying the NO
5. Supplemental Video 4a: Key Concepts Part Three
6. Supplemental Video 4b: Key Concepts Part Three B
Entering the Inner Landscape
Audio: Class Four
PowerPoint: Class Four
1. Summary Video 1: How the Ego Distorts the Essence
2. Supplemental Video 2: Key Concepts Part Four
Going Deeper into Conscious Parenting – Level 2
Welcome to LEVEL TWO of our conscious parenting series. In this course we will go deeper into the process of becoming a conscious parent. This is a pre-recorded courses with some interactive conversations from the previous live course. This level offers you online access to both audio and video teachings by Dr. Shefali encapsulating her core concepts.
1. Class One
2. Class Two
3. Class Three
4. Class Four
1. Introduction to Limits and Boundaries
2. Life-Enhancing or Ego-Enhancing Boundaries
3. Introduction to Negotiation
4. The Power of Embodiment
5. Honoring the Sovereign Power of Our Children
6. Entering the Present Moment
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