Get these 3 beautiful Conscious Bedtime Stories
THE FISH WHO SEARCHED FOR WATER
Helping children find comfort in what they already have
This charming and imaginative bedtime tale for kids ages 4 through 8 tells of the adventure of a heroic fish who searches for water to end his loneliness and increase his happiness.
It will delight children and parents alike. This beautifully illustrated book will help children recognize the love that surrounds them and increase their awareness of the world around them.
The Fish Who Searched for Water ends with The Love Hunt, a set of questions to help children recognize and appreciate that they are surrounded by love wherever they are. A delightful reminder that what you seek is already here.
"This beautiful little book magically transforms ancient non-dual spiritual teachings of Oneness and unconditional love into an accessible, colorful and fun story that everyone can enjoy and understand"
Author of 'The Deepest Acceptance' and 'Falling in love with where you are.'
THE BEE WHO COULD NOT CHOOSE HER FLOWER
Helping young children find silence within themselves.
This beautifully crafted rhyming bedtime tale for kids ages 4 through 8 takes us on an adventure with Bee, a little hero who struggles with indecision.
Bee must learn to trust herself to make choices, which improve her life and her happiness. Imaginatively illustrated, this book is a sure-fire winner for parents seeking conscious parenting tools that help children recognize and manage the process of making the many daily choices with which they are constantly presented.
The book ends with Choosing Time, a set of questions to help young listeners and readers to recognize the choices they made each day, and to become more aware of and comfortable with that process.
"Wow, What a story! It's so sweet and great"
Brenda Carter Blessing, Lead Teacher at A Society of Souls.
THE TREE OF GOODNESSGrowing children's self belief in their natural goodness
This timeless rhyming bedtime tale for kids ages 3 through 7 asks a simple but profound question: What makes a tree good? Children explore this concept through the many beautiful aspects of a tree’s nature, and, in the end, learn a lesson about their own self-worth. This book will help children to see and appreciate their own goodness and inner beauty.
The book ends with The Goodness Stretch, a set of questions to help young listeners and readers to relax their bodies, emulate the qualities of a tree, and to stand in their own goodness.
"I hope that the Tree of Goodness reaches many readers. The words in your book are simple yet full of wisdom, the artwork is elegant and filled with a sense of humor. Children, as well as adults, will learn the meaning of deep ecology from reading this book."
Editor in chief: Resurgence & Ecologist magazine