|Statement||Mary McClure ... [et al.].|
|Series||The Way supplement -- 1996/86|
He interviews various races and religions, including chapters on Christian, Jewish, Islamic and secular children in America, the UK, Tunisia and Israel. I found his interviews with Hopi children very provocative. The book has both intellectual and spiritual value, and I Cited by: Nobody is better qualified to write about the spiritual life of children than Robert Coles. As an MD trained by William Carlos Williams, and a trailblazing expert in phenomenological research, Coles studies children by letting them tell their own stories. The results are profound, especially in this book about children and spirituality/5. Brendan Hyde identifies four characteristics of children's spirituality: the felt sense, integrating awareness, weaving the threads of meaning, and spiritual questing. These characteristics can be observed in children if those who work with them know what to look for and are alert to the time, place and space in which children find by: The book is a great look through a scientific lens at the importance of nurturing spirituality in our children. I am convinced that spirituality does help children grow into healthy adults. This book is a helpful guide to keeping our kids on the right path through nurturing their spirituality (and helping ourselves as parents in the process).Cited by:
It is important to expose children to stories that help develop strong schemas around the concepts that comprise spirituality such as: gratitude, kindness, mindfulness, giving and love. But it is crucial to share with sensitive or psychic children stories that help validate, explain and mirror the ‘invisible’ experiences of things like energy, angels and spirits. The Spiritual Child seeks to convince parents that the spirituality of their children and adolescents is real (as well as their own) and they need to nourish and treasure it. Third, the book is sometimes repetitious, so the best strategy is to ignore this and read for the big picture. tags: Blogroll - Personal Growth and Spirituality, buddhist books, children's books, children's spirituality, interfaith books, spiritual books for children, unitarian books, world religions This post is a counterpart to another list, Books for Introducing Young Children to World Religions. “All children, by the time they are age five have a concept of God, whether or not we’ve talked about God to them,” says Rabbi and author Sandy Eisenberg Sasso as she discusses the spirituality of parenting. If your child broaches the subject, find out a little more about .
Here are some of the most inspiring books by very well known spiritual authors. Because, as Marianne Williamson said, “ Teaching spirituality to our children should be top priority for all of us”. You With the Stars in Your Eyes by Deepak Chopra (more by this author) Spiritual master Deepak Chopra’s first children’s book tells the [ ]. Children's thoughts about God or other spiritual themes appear to be a natural part of human development, a search for some force in the universe that represents eternity and the absence of change. "Spirituality has traditionally been framed in terms of religion, and so the issue of church and state comes up," observes Don Ratcliff, Ph.D., education professor at Biola University in La Mirada, CA, and the author of several books on children's spiritual development. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.