The topic around food and children comes up very often. For example, I know many parents who feel very hopeless and start arranging their lives around food. While I totally understand this, because I was one of them too, I now see that my own attachments and beliefs about food determined my relationship with my [...]
Tag: "limiting beliefs"
As promised, I would like to talk more about the Achuars, an Amazonian tribe in Ecuador, which I met on a trip I took with my family this summer. We travelled in a nine-seater airplane about an hour into the Rainforest until we landed in a hand carved airstrip. Ten families lived in that specific [...]
After writing last week’s post on Limiting Beliefs, a few people asked me to further clarify the definition of and role that limiting beliefs play in our lives. Limiting beliefs are beliefs that prevent us from living fulfilled, happy and satisfied lives. These are the stories we tell ourselves and end up living them. They [...]
“We need to pay attention to our child’s mind, not only their behavior. Behavior is just the end result of what’s in their mind”. –Gonan Premfors (December 2010) Last month I posted the above two sentences on Facebook. I was amazed at the responses I got both on and offline, so I thought I would [...]