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I promised myself that every time I gave a talk or wrote things like this, I would give away the essence of what I know. But when I try to put it into words, it runs into the same problem that all advice from spiritual teachers (or wealthy people, for that matter) runs into...
Our ancestors adhered to the daily, seasonal, and yearly rhythms of nature by necessity, but modern life overrides these cycles, compromising women’s health and happiness. Millions of women are trying to do it all, all the time, and end up feeling depleted and defeated. In The Way of the Happy Woman: Living the Best Year of Your Life, Sara Avant Stover shows how simple, natural, and refreshingly accessible practices can minimize stress and put us back in sync with our own cycles and those of nature.
Nurturing children is no easy task. How do we guide them without harm and without losing our integrity? Vimala McClure addresses these questions with poetic wisdom in The Tao of Motherhood, which we recently republished in a twentieth anniversary edition.
But poetry can raise as many questions as it answers. When family-management blogger Katina Ferguson interviewed Vimala, we found the discussion fascinating, and we’re reprinting part of it here to share more of Vimala’s unique perspective on mothering. Enjoy!