The Heart of Mothering
Why just moms?
First, moms can be a variety of genders, because gender isn’t an either/or. It’s a spectrum. Anyone who identifies with a more feminine approach to parenting is welcome.
I wish it could go without saying that I’m happy to work with moms of all races, ethnicities, gender identities, and sexual orientations. Since we can’t assume that (yet), know that I actively seek to include a diverse group of moms in our community.
In my experience, those who feel at home with a more feminine way of relating to their children have some specific areas of strength and challenge. Along with more universal parenting concerns, we address those specific issues head-on – including collaboration with partners who parent from a more masculine space.
If you are drawn to my work, and you have questions about whether this is a fit for you based on gender issues, let’s have a conversation.
In my programs, a key part of the genius piece is accessing your own divine intelligence – and guiding your children to do the same. Probably the most common way our moms describe themselves is “spiritual but not religious.”
Everything I teach is aligned with the deeper principles of all major religions but those in our community who do align with a particular faith typically resonate with the mystic elements in their religion. Most forms of Buddhism, mystic Christianity, Sufism, Kabbalah, and many other traditions are all in harmony with my approach to spirituality.
Universal Laws, not theology, are the specific content of the spiritual elements of my programs.
Those practicing other religions that emphasize divine communication accessible to all may also find the spiritual aspects of what I offer to be a fit for them. If you have any questions about this aspect of my work, I’m happy to answer them individually.