Here’s what you’ll discover in The Basics of Mindful Parenting:
In the first week of The Basics of Mindful Parenting, you’ll discover:
- How your brain is affected by your life experiences, and how you can help your child’s brain to grow strong, healthy, and wired for happiness and success.
- How to have more control and understanding of yourself, your emotions and your circumstances, so instead of reacting in a way you don’t like and then asking “Why did I do that?”, you can handle challenges calmly and proactively.
- Why many strong, successful people feel unworthy, unloved or uncertain, and how you and your children can break free of those feelings.
- A simple mental practice that will make it easier for you to stay calm in stressful and annoying situations.
- The importance of love and attachment, and how to create a lasting bond with your children – even if your personalities seem to clash.
- The most powerful way to influence your children, based on proven brain science.
In this lesson, you’ll discover:
- How to reduce your children’s stress, boost their immune system, and greatly decrease their likelihood of getting sick and needing to go to the doctor – this is especially important when they’re babies.
- How to continue building the base of a healthy nervous system in your children after they’re born.
- How to make your children easier to discipline, in a way that builds love and harmony instead of conflict, fear or detachment.
- How to help your children become happy, secure and confident, starting in infancy.
- Why you must never try to discipline a baby, no matter how frustrated you are.
- A dangerous myth about fostering independence in babies, and why it has profound, long-term destructive effects on your child’s mind and emotions.
- How to develop love, forgiveness and understanding toward even the worst people, so their misdeeds can no longer make you feel angry, frustrated and helpless.
This week contains three valuable videos about how to ensure the health of your baby.
In video one, I’ll reveal:
- An easy way to improve your young child’s physical growth, and support vital physiological functions like breathing, heart rate and digestion.
- How to strengthen your child’s learning, problem-solving, and language processing skills.
- simple practice that boosts your child’s immune system, helps them recover from injury and illness more quickly, and strengthens their self-awareness and sexual identity.
- An important element that you must provide for your child’s healthy development – without this, they can develop illnesses, memory deficits, anxiety, depression, and even violent tendencies.
In video two, you’ll discover:
- How a common medical procedure harms your child’s neurological development, motor skills and balance, and how to reverse the damage.
Why some children can’t sit still and always have to move.
- A completely natural way to help your baby have fewer allergies and respiratory problems, spend less time in the hospital after birth, and have fewer feeding problems and medical complications in their first year of life.
- A simple yet vital step to take immediately after birth to promote bonding and a healthy baby.
- Harmful hospital practices that can disrupt your baby’s brain chemistry, hurt their ability to eat and grow, and even cause brain damage.
In video three, I’ll teach you:
- How to consistently give your baby the love and contact they need, while living your busy life.
- How long you can practice all-day babywearing before it starts to delay your child’s development.
- A simple practice that increases your child’s ability to talk, listen and learn.
- How to get your baby to cry less, in a way that’s healthy and supportive for your child, AND costs less than most child entertainment devices!
- How to improve your baby’s balance and motor skills – and improve your own balance, too!
This week includes four lessons about your child’s early development.
In lesson one, you’ll discover:
- How eye contact and your facial expression affect a child. The impact is stronger than you may think!
- Asimple, easy way to increase your child’s language skills and ability to learn in school.
- The truth about DVDs and toys that are designed to make your children smarter.
- Which types of music to use, and which to avoid, when you’re trying to soothe your baby.
- How to help your children learn skills 11 times faster, according to Bodymap Belgium.
In lesson two, you’ll learn:
- Where children pick up their bad habits and negative tendencies.
- A simple way to notice when you’re displaying a negative trait in your parenting. It can be easy not to see our own behavior until we learn this useful trick!
- Why many children turn to their peers instead of their parents for guidance, resulting in long-lasting struggles, immaturity and isolation.
- How to respond to your child’s shyness in a way that encourages healthy relationships and secure, confident children.
- How to prevent separation anxiety, and help your children feel safe and loved, when you need to leave them with a caregiver.
In lesson three, I’ll reveal:
- Why premature babies are often plagued by learning challenges and sensory integration difficulties, and how to prevent it.
- How to increase your own calm and confidence when you have a premature child.
- What you can do to improve your premature baby’s lung function, feeding, growth, brain development, motor skills, and overall health.
- How to reduce your hospital stay and the long-term medical costs associated with premature infants.
In lesson four, you’ll find out:
- What to look for in a day care, to ensure that your child’s needs and your values will be respected.
- The most important qualities to look for in a caregiver for your child.
- The right questions to ask to ensure that you’re choosing a positive, supportive environment for your child.
- Which types of play are vital for your child’s healthy mental and physical development.
- A commonly prescribed medicine that actually damages your child’s neurons.
- How to help your children to increase their physical strength, optimism, confidence, and self-control.
- A fun, natural practice that improves your child’s creative thinking and problem-solving skills.
- A myth about organized play that reduces your child’s creativity and joy.
- Simple physical exercises that help your child’s mental development and motor skills.
This week, we’ll focus on the primitive reflexes that develop early in fetal life, and that can affect a wide range of your child’s functions and abilities later on.
If these reflexes aren’t handled properly, they can cause a lot of problems – but fortunately, many of these problems can be repaired even after infancy!
In this lesson, you’ll discover:
- An activity to do with your children that greatly increases your long-term physical and mental health.
- A fun exercise that reduces your risk of dementia.
- How to help your children to overcome hypersensitivity, difficulty concentrating, anxiety, immaturity, hyperactivity, impulsive behavior, and food sensitivity.
- An easy way to prevent speech problems, excessive thumbsucking, difficulties with chewing and swallowing, and incorrect development of your child’s palate.
- How to help your children develop greater motor skills and manual dexterity, the ability to put ideas on paper, handwriting, balance, coordination, and walking and running skills.
- Activities during pregnancy that help to prevent anxiety, oversensitivity, freezing under stress, low self-esteem, extreme shyness and aversion to eye contact, excessive attention-seeking, negativity and depression in your children.
- How to reduce tantrums, stubbornness, compulsive behaviors, and irrational fears in your child.
- What to do if your children unable to sit still, has problems with bladder and bowel control, struggles with concentration and short-term memory, or has difficulties with balance, listening, speech development and motor skills.
This week, we’ll delve into more of the primitive reflexes of position that affect your child’s long-term health and abilities.
- How to help prevent your baby from developing problems with mathematics, spelling, reading, sitting up straight, telling the difference between left and right, balance, running, eating, memory and behavior control.
- How to address difficulties with math, poor planning and organization skills, concentration and attention problems, physical clumsiness, challenges with swimming, and problems with your child’s vision.
- How to help your children overcome problems with motion sickness, balance, coordination, spacial concepts in mathematics and grammar, short-term memory, and estimating distance, speed, depth and space, as well as issues with their eye muscles.
- How to prevent major problems with the development of your child’s self-identity, so they’re less likely to be insecure and easily swayed by unhealthy influences.
- A myth about letting babies sleep on their tummy. This myth can cause problems with your baby’s mathematics, reading, spelling, eating, sports and motor skills, as well as their back, coordination, memory, behavior control and muscle development, so it’s important to know the truth about it!
This week, we’ll explore some postural reflexes. These reflexes affect the ability to control your body’s alignment with gravity, the surface supporting you, your visual environment, and internal references.
In other words, they allow you to maintain your posture and balance, and prevent injury, during all sorts of physical movements and activities. When you consider how often you use these skills, you can see how problems with these reflexes affect almost every aspect of life!
Children who struggle with motor and balance skills are likely to develop low self-esteem, and to be afraid to move around a lot because they know that they can easily fall and hurt themselves. Because of this, it’s important to help them overcome these challenges.
In this lesson, you’ll discover:
- How to help your children to overcome problems with balance and equilibrium, and difficulty with reading skills.
- How to help prevent social embarrassment, performance anxiety, low self-esteem, and fear of school in your child.
- Methods for resolving challenges with motion sickness, mathematics, concentration, and auditory skills, as well as visual problems and difficulty with sports.
- How to address problems with language development, proprioception, muscular movements, sensory intake, over-reaction to stress, neurosis, psychosis, inability to sit still, and fear of movement.
- How soon is too soon to have your children start swimming in a pool.
- Ways to enhance your child’s senses and avoid sensory problems, so they can communicate, play sports, bond with you, cope with stress, learn, and many other things, far more quickly and easily.
- A surprising method for enhancing digestion, in your children AND in yourself!
This week, you’ll discover how to help your children develop vital mental and physical skills that they need for almost all of their daily functions.
Children who are skilled in these areas are likely to have more confidence and self-esteem, to do better in physical activities like sports, and to feel better about their own abilities than children who struggle with these skills.
So in this video, I’ll reveal:
- How to help your children strengthen their proprioception, or their sense of the position of their body and how it interacts with itself and its surroundings. This is vital for concentration, physical coordination, fine and gross motor skills, and the ability to know how their body is positioned without having to look.
- How to support your child’s lateralization and directionality, which affect spacial awareness, reading and writing skills, memory, mathematical ability, and gross motor skills.
- How to help a child who struggles with crossing the midline, which influences physical activities like sports, self-care that involves touching the left or right side of their body with the opposite hand, and visual and auditory skills.
- How to enhance your children’s body awareness, which helps to reduce or eliminate clumsiness, lack of coordination, and delays in motor skill development.
- Methods for improving children’s spatial awareness, which affects your child’s sense of direction, distance and speed. It also influences their capacity to gauge how far or close they should stand in relation to other people, which affects their ability to build relationships.
- Ways to help your children develop their motor skills. They need these skills for everything, from brushing their teeth and zipping their zippers to playing sports and doing chores, and difficulty in this area can adversely impact their confidence and self-esteem.
- How to help your children improve their visual and auditory skills, which will help them to learn more easily in school, read the small-print books they’ll need for their education, be better listeners and conversationalists, and perform every other skill for which they need their eyes and ears.
This week, you’ll learn about the benefits of your child’s imagination, and discover how to cultivate that imagination in ways that support their long-term success.
In this video, you’ll learn about:
- A societal trend that holds children back from reaching the full potential of their creativity, intelligence, happiness, confidence, and ability to discover and fulfill their true purpose in life.
- Why simply giving your children lots of information will NOT guarantee their success, and what WILL help them succeed.
- Specific, actionable ways to enhance your child’s imagination, so they can solve problems, discover opportunities, and create the life they desire far more easily.
This week, you’ll learn important facts about healthy and unhealthy children’s entertainment, as well as vital facts about ADHD that could drastically impact your child’s wellbeing.
In the first two videos, you’ll learn about:
- A trend in children’s entertainment that cripples your child’s ability to succeed in life, and what to do about it.
- A common household element you should NOT expose your children to before the age of four, because it can cause them to become impulsive and moody, and shorten their attention span.
- How a popular form of entertainment negatively impacts your child’s skills in planning, prioritizing, ability to control negative impulses, empathy, and compassion.
- How to help your children develop healthy habits when it comes to TVs and computers, without it becoming a power struggle.
In the next five videos, I’ll reveal:
- Harmful myths about ADHD that could seriously harm your child.
- Why schools have a financial incentive to misdiagnose your children, and family doctors are encouraged to prescribe damaging drugs – and how to counter this threat to your children’s health and self-esteem.
- The neuroscience behind the harmful effects of ADHD medicines. When you have this knowledge, you’ll be equipped to advocate for your child’s health, even if the school or pharmacist insist that your children “need” these destructive drugs.
- Which perfectly normal child behaviors are incorrectly labeled as ADHD symptoms, and why.
This week, you’ll learn about some highly underestimated forms of play, companionship and comfort that can greatly increase not only your child’s well-being, but yours as well.
In the first two videos, you’ll learn:
- How to offer advice in a way that makes the other person feel supported instead of judged or attacked.
- Why it’s vital to let your children play in nature – without worrying about how dirty they get.
- How to connect with your intuition and higher wisdom, so you can make the right choice when you’re faced with a difficult decision.
- An easy way to build up your child’s immune system.
- How to help your children develop an appreciation and respect for nature and the world around them.
In the final video, I’ll tell you:
- A healthy, enjoyable way to reduce stress, reduce depression and anxiety, and increase happiness in yourself and your children.
- How to reduce your child’s risk of asthma by 15-50%.
- How to help your children to learn empathy and responsibility.
- How to decide whether you should get a pet for your family.