Snippet of Masterclass:

How to avoid using the 'spiritual card' against ourselves and our children

As spiritual people, we gained lots of spiritual information, knowledge, concepts, and slogans over time. And we are quick to recite what we have heard, especially when faced with a challenge, but too often, that is an escape from being present in our feelings at the moment and being open to the learning that arises through our experience.

We also do that with our children. When we are not pleased with their behavior or make us feel stressed out or insecure, we tend to preach and throw around slogans. But it is important to remember that true learning happens through our experiences and when we embody our a-ha moments, not from words we hear from a spiritual teacher or a parent.

In this week's session, we explored how not to misuse our spiritual knowledge against ourselves and our children and instead stay open-minded and open-hearted.

Enroll to watch the replay of this session:

Meet Michal Berg

As President and CEO of Spirituality For Kids International, a certified parenting coach, and a mother of five perfectly imperfect human beings, I’ve come to see parenting as a transformational journey, both for our children and us as parents. As we parent our children, we also have the opportunity to grow up, to let go of old patterns and learn how to communicate consciously and build a deep connection with our children.

Thank you for your courage and desire to be the best parent you can be. It would be my honor and a great privilege to be alongside you on this journey.