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There are some books that I keep on my bedside table as a ready reckoner for kiddie emergencies. While Gopika Kapoor’s Spiritual Parenting doesn’t fall into that category, it is an easy and informative read, striking a familiar and reassuring chord that there are other women out there going through the same emotions and experiences that we are.
While Gopika writes about her own pregnancy worries, sleep deprivation, dealing with post natal changes, temper tantrums and other things she goes through in an entertaining manner, the main take away for me from this book was her inputs on meditation and insights
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on Vedanta as related to child rearing and helping to cope with things. That was a new idea for me and I can definitely see where starting on these concepts
when one is pregnant can have a huge impact on your state of mind during pregnancy and how you approach things after.
I’m a bit ambivalent about the anecdotes she’s included and wish she’d stuck with her own experiences and explored the spiritual aspects with more depth. That said, this book certainly gives you a starting point to investigate your spiritual side for a calmer and (hopefully) wiser you!
Spiritual Parenting: Wisdom (and wit) for raising your child in a stress-free and spiritual environment by Gopika Kapoor. Published by Hay House India, Rs.200. Available in most
major bookstores and at
major bookstores and atflipkart.com for Rs.156.