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Family

Kerry MacLean offers Free Resources for Families

December 16, 2020
Free resources to bring mindfulness and meditation into the home.

MindUP For Families Support Pack

September 21, 2020
A set of free downloadable resources from MindUP, designed to support families in cultivating mindfulness, awareness, compassion, an understanding of the brain, and more.

Buddhism and Parenting : An Online Conversation with Kim John Payne and Robert A.F. Thurman

August 4, 2020
"Deep Simplicity: Two Cultural Pioneers Discuss Where Buddhism and Simplicity Parenting Meet and Flow Together" with Kim John Payne and Robert A.F. Thurman was presented by Tibet House US Menla Online, July 24th, 2020 on Zoom.

Family Practice Guidelines

June 18, 2020
Four simple guidelines for practicing as a family.

The Sitting Together Songbook

June 18, 2020
Mindful Families offers a broad variety of songs for children, relating to topics ranging from metta and mindfulness to karma and interdependence.

How to Raise an Emotionally Resilient Child

June 1, 2020
Emotional health, says parent coach Krissy Pozatek, means accepting the full range of human emotions, both the painful and the positive. For parents who wish their children nothing but happiness, that can be difficult.

How Practice Can Actually Get Better after Having Children

May 13, 2020
Even in the daily insanity of parenthood, your Buddhist practice can thrive. Sumi Loundon Kim explains: it’s all about how you see it.

6 Ways to Stay Connected in a Space of Wisdom

May 1, 2020
The Middle Way School and the Rigpé Yeshé Children Programme got together to think about families around the globe who are adjusting to a whole new way of being together. They came up with a list of suggestions and activities to connect as a family, in a space of wisdom.

How to Hold a Family Meditation

March 18, 2020
Inspiration and tips on how to share a quiet moment of family meditation together with your children.

A New Model for Family-centered Dharma Communities

May 1, 2019
Sumi Loundon Kim presents criteria for dharma programs that support both parents and children.