Keepers of the Children: Native American Wisdom and Parenting

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Walk in Peace, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 208 pages
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"Keepers of the Children" (subtitle: Native American Wisdom and Parenting) uses little known Native American secrets to teach parents how to raise children who know their nature and use their strengths to create lives of meaning and contribution. By raising children to unfold the uniqueness in their hearts, parents touch the depths of their own. By teaching children the secrets of genuine fulfillment, they grow up to lead purposeful lives and cherish their parents for this gift. ("Keepers of the Children" is the first in a trilogy of parenting books.)
 

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Contents

Blessings and Acknowledgments
9
The Story You Are Creating for Your Child
22
Embracing Your Sacred Role as Guardian
39
The Guardian Watch
52
The Nature of Identity
60
Giving Your Child a Spiritual Name
73
How Guilty Parenting Destroys Relationships
86
Rs of Discipline
99
The Nature of Evolution
139
Autonomy vs Shame and Doubt
148
Identity vs Identity Confusion
154
Eros Thanatos and the ThrivePoint
161
Teaching Your Child to Thrive
166
Helping Your Child Recognize the Snakes
172
Teaching the Value of Integrity
180
Teaching Your Child How Money Works
186

Creating Integrity through Humane Values
111
How to Help a Child Who Lies
117
A Greater Justice
124
reaching Children Conflict Resolution Skills
132
The Mother of Us All
192
Survey
198
Resources
204
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