Turning NO to ON isn’t just a trick of shifting the placement of letters, it’s a paradigm shift. Responding and focusing with mindfulness in parenting can shift a child from NO to Yes and from Off to ON so that using mindfulness in interacting with your child can move your child from NO to ON.
Mindfulness integrates these two processes such that a quantum shift can occur moving the child out of obstructive, negative, stopped interactions into opportunities of Yes, an openness to learn, and being turned ON to the experience and thread of life. It creates a path to move-through in an easy positive way.
Turning NO to ON through the perspective and action of mindfulness, to shift the child’s perspective, attitude and energy. You are shifting the paradigms that organize how to act in a given situation. The concept is about weaving and connecting in a new and upleveled way to shift the perspective and energy.
This is a whole new concept of how to BE with your child while guiding his behavior to create patterns that move him forward and upward toward his goals in a secure and empowering way. It’s an evolution in consciousness.
If you think about how and where you get stuck in your own fears, blocked patterns, and limitations you can see how to shift your perspective and attitude. This shift opens up a hidden path or way through your circumstance to a successful resolution.
This is what Turning NO to ON is about, using mindfulness and paradigm shifting as a way to navigate the sometimes stormy waters of parenting.
My new book Turning NO to ON: The Art of Parenting with Mindfulness is a rich resource for developing your own skills at employing mindfulness in your personal development. Then through role-modeling you will be applying your new skills to your circumstances and parenting and guiding your child down a new internalized path of health and empowerment toward success.
I hope you get a chance to buy it and use it – and that it becomes your go-to resource for guiding your personal and parenting growth and success.
Let me know what you think, once you get a chance to read it.
See you tomorrow.