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On Yogi Parenting — Episode 88

Listen to Fearless Parent Radio™ on Wednesdays at 7pm ET online on PRN.fm or by phone by dialing (401) 347-0456. Once the show has aired, listen on our Archived Shows page, iTunes, or Podbean. Check back here to keep tabs on our upcoming shows! #88 — On Yogi Parenting ** October 28, 2015 Host // Kelly Brogan, MD Wouldn’t life be easier if you just knew how to
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The New Feminism: Taking It Back

by Kelly Brogan, MD We must balance woman and mother A Kundalini practitioner recently shared with me the symbology of the Adi Shakti. It’s a mesmerizing interlocking of a karmic circle, a double-edged weapon, and two encompassing swords. This is a representation of primal feminine power from a tradition that champions, not male-female equality, but all that is incomparable about a woman’s energy. In
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Trusting Yourself

by Amara Wagner, Guest Blogger for Fearless Parent As a mentor to moms looking for support, the very first step I have my clients take is to slow down, tune-in and listen to their inner expert. We are so conditioned to believe we have to find the answers elsewhere, we forget that we may know intuitively, particularly when it comes to ourselves and our
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Kids Do Come With A Manual – Part 2

by Katie Beecher, MS, LPC, Special Contributor to Fearless Parent Second in a series of two posts (Part 1) Yesterday, I wrote about the gift of parental intuition. It’s how we know kids do come with a manual. Today, we’re focused on how to listen to these cues, to become better parents. As a teenager, I was introduced to the philosophy of Carl Jung.
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Kids Do Come With A Manual – Part 1

by Katie Beecher, MS, LPC, Special Contributor to Fearless Parent First in a series of two posts (Part 2) We worry endlessly, of course. But the truth is, kids do come with a manual. We are our own best guides. Most of the time, answers to our problems, issues, and even day-to-day conundrums aren’t found in books or on TV, but in our own
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