The daily "Morning Cup" podcast provides mindful parenting tips that help you connect more deepy with your child and, in doing so, experience a more joyful life.
The Morning Cup -- Resistance is Fertile
In today's Morning Cup, we look at the common friction between parent and child that accompanies being told "no," and explore how mindfulness offers us the opportunity to find greater clarity of mind and an openness of heart during these moments of challenge.
The Morning Cup: Where in My Next Breath?
In today's podcast we explore one of the great ironies of parenting – the very object of a parent’s affection and among the greatest of their joys can be the source of so much agitation. Doing so, we consider how this frustrating aspect of parenting can come to serve a reminder to breathe and a mindfulness cue to see more clearly what is actually taking place.
Seeing Your Child
In today's Morning Cup podcast, you are reminded of the ways you can see your child, moment by moment. Of course, if gifted with sight you see them. But to really see -- to really know -- your child, it can be helpful to practice mindful awareness and see them with eyes that are open to the mystery of the moment, of their changing nature, and of who they are. Doing so, you may come to a deeper knowing of yourself.
Mindfulness Practice: "Do I Know This?"
In this Mindful Parenting podcast of the Morning Cup, Scott Rogers shares a powerful exercise intended to e practiced during moments of challenge. While helpful for achieving connection, compassion, and empathy when embroiled in conflict with one's child, it can be helpful at anytime and anywhere.
Your Child's Smile
In today's podcast, your child's smile serves as reminder to wake up and enjoy the present moment, mindful of life's forever changing nature.
The Three Mindful R's
In the Three Mindful R's, we learn how the moments we spend with our child -- both the easy and challenging -- offer an opportunity to learn, to grow, and to share this growth with our child.
Great for every parent!
This is so helpful to me to be the kind of parent I want to be.
This is especially great for those of us who didn't have always loving & positive examples growing up.
The Mindful Parent is one of my top 3 favorite podcasts ever.