Nothing can dim the light that shines from within. –Maya Angelou
The 15 Commitments of Conscious Leadership
by Jim Dethmer, Diana Chapman and Kaley Warner Klemperer
This book was written by my mentors and is, hands down, the most comprehensive, practical, effective application of the concept of being a conscious creator.
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To hear a snippet of a conversation between me and Jim Dethmer on how to live Above the Line, listen below.
by Gay and Katie Hendricks
Gay and Katie have developed a reliable practice of conscious and loving communication that elevates us out of egos and into deep connection with our partners. Their method of communicating, from a basis of personal responsibility and what is undeniably true, opens up a space of curiosity and wonder, rather than judgment and blame. They guide us through a journey of awareness – awareness of our bodies, our thoughts, our actions – so that we can begin to drop what no longer serves us and build behavior and thought patterns that create connection to ourselves and each other.
Loving What Is
by Byron Katie
Katie has devised The Work, a simple set of questions that can dismantle any thought that causes us stress. The practice of The Work, allows us to see how we are creating our own pain simply by believing something we do not need to believe. She awakens us to the truth that it is ALWAYS a choice to believe what we believe, which means we can always choose to drop what doesn’t get us to where we really want to be.
The Conscious Parent
by Shefali Tsabary
This book proposes a quantum shift from the hierarchical parent-child relationship, to one in which we, as parents, embrace our children as our teachers. Shefali is brilliant at opening parents’ eyes to the idea that our children are our guides. Our children help us learn what we have not yet learned and heal what has not been healed, within ourselves. She deftly demonstrates how we can shift our experience of interactions with our children from power struggles to powerful opportunities. When we drop the illusion of parental control, we create genuine connection with our children.
In this audio clip, Dr. Shefali and I discuss how we, as parents, misunderstand our role and what the true definition is of conscious parenting.