Connecting with presence and compassion even in the midst of our (and our kids’) most difficult moments.
Supporting our children to become exactly who they are.
Developing a sense of reverence for the mother’s body, this incredible instrument that makes everything we do possible.
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Mommysattva is a wise, funny, and refreshingly real guide to what happens when the ideals of mindfulness practice meet the chaos of everyday motherhood. Jenna Hollenstein writes from the heart of the parenting hurricane, offering ways to stay present, kind, and attuned to the mystery–even as the winds blow.—Anne Cushman, author of The Mama Sutra: A Story of Love, Loss, and the Path of Motherhood
A deeply informed and compassionate application of Buddhist principles to ease the path of mothering. Honest, intelligent, and supremely helpful. —Karen Maezen Miller, author of Momma Zen: Walking the Crooked Path of Motherhood
This book is not just for mamas who meditate. It’s for any and every mother awakening to the reality that status quo motherhood is a setup for disempowerment, overwhelm, and a perpetual sense that, no matter how much we do, it will never be enough. Jenna offers perspective and tools that counter the oppressive systems, norms, and narratives that keep us from our full potential as some of the most powerful changemakers walking the planet. I especially love the way she illuminates the core reasons it’s so hard for moms to stick with a meditation practice. So many books about motherhood offer shallow, insufficient solutions to complex issues. Mommysattva is not one of them. Jenna goes deep, and speaks to the challenges of modern motherhood with the respect and reverence mothers deserve. —Beth Berry author of Motherwhelmed and founder of Revolution from Home
“With wisdom, creativity and artistry, Susan Piver brings a Buddhist lens to the spiritual map of the Enneagram. The results are vibrant and nourishing; a banquet of insights that help us transmute our difficult emotions into pure expressions of our basic goodness.”