DAY 315: Parenting in the New Age – Dr. Saloni Singh

shutterstock_172913915Chapter 9 in the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge entitled “Parenting in the New Age” is written by Dr. Saloni Singh.

Saloni Singh MD became a Life and Parenting Coach to help parents and couples enhance their relationship with each other and their children and bring joy and harmony in their families. www.salonisingh.com

“Our kids require us most to love and accept them for who they are, not to spend our whole time trying to make them into who we think they should be. Also they need our love the most when we feel they deserve it the least. […]

To teach anything to your children, first you need to earn their unshakable trust and faith in everything you do and say. Let your children feel and learn from your attitude that they are important to you, more significant than anything else. Let them know your trust in them is unshakable. And if you think they already know, you are mistaken dear friend.

Many surveys show that children feel unloved or loved conditionally, untrusted and insignificant in the modern age because they feel work, money, status, society, even the laptop and phone calls are more important to their parents than them. […]

Bring the qualities in yourself that you want to see in your child. Be the person you want your child to be and feel the magic.”

Powerful! Parenting for the New Age.

Love,

Rucsandra

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DAY 314: Spiritual Healing Through Storytelling – Dr. Amit Nagpal

shutterstock_21205978Chapter 8 in the the book Holistic Wellness In The NewAge entitled “Spiritual Healing Through Storytelling” is written by Dr. Amit Nagpal.

Dr. Amit Nagpal is a social media influencer, author, speaker, trainer and coach. His special interest and expertise lie in inspirational storytelling, anecdotes and visual storytelling. www.dramitnagpal.com

Dr. Nagpal teaches his clients to learn how to tell their story so that they can heal their emotional wounds and live free from pain, shame, guilt or anger.

Here’s an excerpt from this chapter:

“How can we use storytelling to heal ourselves of the past and unburden our soul? In my opinion, the process requires the following five steps:

  • Get conscious of your story – The Consciousness
  • Decide to what extent you would want to share – The Content
  • Turn wounds into gifts – The Cure
  • Look at tragedy as if it were comedy – The Comedy
  • Become a witness to your story – The Context

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The Universe designed us for storytelling and story listening. Our hearts connect to stories, our brains are wired for stories and our ears want to listen to stories. We want our stories to be heard because our experiences are stories, our complaints are stories and sometimes the biggest burdens on our soul are our untold stories.”

Telling your story from a place of compassion and love for yourself, without feeling like a victim and having a compassionate listener who knows how to listen fully will bring about lightness of heart and deep healing.

Love,

Rucsandra