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Welcome to day 16 of 21 days of mindfulness with Leonie Percy, author of the award winning book Mother Om.

Yesterday you learnt how to stay connected to your true self. I hope you enjoyed the mummy meditation on connection.

Today I will teach you about your thoughts and why you need to be mindful of what you are thinking about.

What we think, we become.

Start to write down what you are thinking about in your mindfulness journal.

Write a list of positive affirmations to put in your child’s room.

For the last 5 days of the course, I would like to offer you a copy of my award winning book, Mother Om. Purchase my course for only $70 so you have access to all the videos and meditations and I will post you a copy of my book. Offer for Australia only.

Mother Om has been endorsed by Maggie Dent and Sarah Naptahli, author of Buddhism for Mothers, winner of a silver medal at the Living Now Book awards and described as a “spectacular” book by the Writers Digest.

Review by Maggie Dent.

Day One – Mindfulness for mums

Day Two – More joy less guilt

Day Three – Mothering from your heart

Day Four – Cultivating compassion

Day Five – The power of your breath

Day Six – Good stress versus bad stress

Day Seven – The Chill Factor

Day Eight – Benefits of Meditation

Day Nine – Meditation for Mums

Day Ten – Mindfulness Practices

Day Eleven – Just Ten Minutes

Day Twelve – Fill Up Your Cup

Day Thirteen – Inner Self-Talk

Day Fourteen – Speak Your Truth

Day Fifteen – Connecting Within

Day Seventeen – The Tip of The Iceberg

Day Eighteen – Learning to Let Go

Day Nineteen – Mala Bead Meditation

Day Twenty – Tips for Mindful Living

Day Twenty-One – Namaste

 

Use code ‘MOM’ to save 20% off Leonie’s course.

  • So true ! We can control our thinking, ponder on the positive and guide our thoughts in certain directions.

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  • I am really enjoying these 21 Days tips. Reminds us all to stop, slow down and enjoy what’s here and now. Such a very important lesson

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  • It’s really true what you say. Both kids and parents benefit from positive affirmations!
    I’ve got a cute wall sticker here, close to my desk, that says:
    “Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass
    It’s about learning to dance in the rain”
    Just looking at it, makes me feel better. :-)

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