Each book features an easy breathing meditation, a core conscious concept, and playful reflection practices to help parents open a dialogue with their children.
This collection helps parents foster a sense of familial belonging and conscious values by promoting healthy, consistent connection every evening.SHOW ME THE BOOKS!
Meet 12 lovable characters who overcome life's challenges to find peace, love, and connection.
Each bedtime story guides you through snuggle-breath meditation, a mindful journey, and conscious conversation.
The Conscious Bedtime Story Club connects conscious caregivers who seek a richer relationship with their children.
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This charming and heartwarming rhyming bedtime story tells the tale of Ellie, an elephant who forgets and remembers her own true and perfect nature. Will Ellie discover her deepest happiness inside? Lovingly and humorously illustrated, this book, is the second story featuring Ellie!(because she has been so popular) This book will help children to find inner happiness when they forget how to do so.
The book ends with The Supercool Sleepmaker, an exercise to help children relax into sleep while recognizing their own unique perfection.FIND OUT MORE
We are excited to announce that The Elephant Who Tried to Tiptoe has been named Book of the Year 2018 by Creative Child Magazine. Creative Child Magazine's Awards Program is unique in that all products submitted are reviewed by more than 60 moms, educators and early education professionals.
This is added to previous accolades including the best in family friendly media, products and services by the Mom’s Choice Gold Awards®, The COVR Gold Medal Award for Best Series and the Moonbeam silver award for best non-fiction book series.
—Dr Shefali Tsabary, Clinical Psychologist and Author of The Conscious Parent and The Awakened Family.
—Suzi Lula, Agape-licensed Spiritual Counselor and Author of The Motherhood Evolution.
—Anna Breytenbach, The Animal Communicator