Today I wanted to share a special conversation I had a while ago, actually pre-pandemic. I did not want it to go to waste as it is very pertinent today. Have a listen and let me know your thoughts about family rhythms.
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What We Talked About
- Staying and living in the present moment
- The importance of setting up family rhythms
- Nourishing our children’s literacy
- Waldorf Education explained
- Cooking with the children
Things to Remember
“Meeting our children in their present moment is the art of parenting.”
“Our responsibility as parents is to nourish our children’s desire for literacy.”
“The most important work for parents is to do their own inner work.”
– Meagan Wilson
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More About my Guest
Meagan founded Whole Family Rhythms in 2013 after being deeply inspired by the idea of RHYTHM being a transformative and nourishing part of a child’s daily life.
Meagan’s interest in conscious and mindful living began while she earned her degree from McGill University in International Development, World Religion, and Philosophy.
Meagan Wilson, founder of Whole Family RhythmsAfter the birth of her first child, she developed an interest in play-based learning, natural parenting, and Waldorf Education and went on to complete her Foundations in Steiner Education and Anthroposophy at Sydney Steiner College. She has received her certification as a Simplicity Parenting Family Life Coach and holds a certificate in Waldorf Early Childhood Education from the Toronto Steiner Center.
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