Mindful Books:

Current books available by Rachel Hawkes

 

 

Mindful Parenting - This book is for the parent or teacher that wants to easily add in some little moments of Mindfulness during the day.

40 easy to use exercises, that you can pick and choose from

Split into Chapters:

  • The Basics
  • Breathing Techniques
  • Visualisations
  • Mindful Techniques
  • Bringing it Together 

You can always check out the 'look inside' function on Amazon to get a sneak peak! 

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Collaborating with Melinda Bresheisen on this fabulous little pocket book has been a dream!

She is the author of Anchor to Your Strengths, and is a guru in Aromatherapy! 

Combining our mutual loves of Mindfulness for Children and Essential Oils. This book has great ways of using oils in your Mindful Moments and showing your kids how to anchor a feeling or thought to an essential oil. All powerful tools to help them gain resilience and control. 

You can see more about the book in our video - where I introduce Melinda and we chat about how the book came about, who it is for and how it can HELP you and your family. 

You can check a preview here:

 


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  • “What I love most about this book is that it's not too long, the exercises are easy and realistic and I can access it around the kids. So many books I want to read are just so long and require quiet focused time which is impossible with small children! Rachel writes in a real-world practical way and I'm loving sharing these mindful moments with my kids.”

  • “I really enjoyed this book! Simple, accessible, practical ways of incorporating mindfulness into your family life. The beauty of mindfulness is that it is so simple and this book offers some gorgeous easy to use tools and ideas. Thank you Rachel!!”

  • “It can be really difficult to set proper time aside to spend with the children - constant bombardment and distractions from all angles. This lovely book has lots of ideas on how to carve out that time easily, and with little effort. And it also reminded me that it's ok not to be a super-parent all (or any) of the time. We're in this struggle together! Thank you to Rachel for her calming influence and sanity check!”