The Art of Blissful Parenting

The Art of Blissful Parenting

Sponsored Content from Sharon Ballantine

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What if you had the ideal relationship with your children? Is that possible? The Art of Blissful Parenting is for parents who want to form and maintain a powerful bond with their children.


"In this chapter, I will introduce you to some of the core principles that you will use to guide your children. In order to teach them, you must first embody these principles and teach yourself how to use your own Internal Guidance System. Knowing how to be in alignment and how to return to being in alignment when confronted with stressful circumstances is key to being a supportive parent, as well as ensuring your overall wellbeing. I have included guidance in this area, as well. I now invite you to become acquainted with your Internal Guidance System.

The Part of You That Knows Your Highest Path

We all have an Internal Guidance System, although not everyone knows that they do and some ignore theirs. What is an IGS? It is the part of you that knows your highest path, your highest choice. It helps direct you to create what you came into this life to create.

Some people refer to it as their “gut” talking to them. Others say they are following their “heart.” Your IGS will never fail you. Will it help you make decisions for others? No. It’s your own personal system that exists for you and only you. It speaks to you in the language of feelings, desires, and inspirations, not questions or pros and cons, which are generated from your head.

I have always felt my IGS intently from my heart. I never think about what decisions I will make. Instead, I feel my way through them. In fact, I believe you “feel” from your heart, never from your head. Your head is the rational, practical part of you. It will serve you well when it comes time to follow through with the inspired actions that your IGS has informed you are the right actions to take."

Excerpted from The Art of Blissful Parenting by Sharon Ballantine.

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