Making Habit Change Easier for Parents and Children

A young friend just called to ask me which probiotic she should take. She was going through a health crisis and had been prescribed heavy duty antibiotics. One doctor told her to take probiotics

Dr. Fred Travis

Dr. Fred Travis is a world-renowned neuroscientist who conducted ground-breaking research on the study of consciousness, the mind-body connection and child development.

3 Styles of Brain Functioning

3 Styles of Brain Functioning Dharma Parenting draws on the time-tested knowledge of Ayurveda’s mind/body types and combines it with the latest understanding of how the brain is shaped by natural maturation and experience. These two factors— natural patterns of...

4 Stages of Brain Development

4 Stages of Brain Development While brain maturation is a continuous process there are four major milestones. The child sees the world is differently in each stage, and so you as a parent need to respond in a different way. The stages listed below give the approximate...

6 Tools of Dharma Parenting

6 Tools of Dharma Parenting Dharma Parenting gives you 6 Parenting Tools for children of all ages. They’re easy to remember using the word “dharma” as an acronym: D-H-A-R-M-A   The First Tool is D: Discover Your Child’s, and Your Own, Brain/Body Type Your brain/body...

Holiday Feast Recovery

Holiday Feast Recovery   “Mom?” My son shouts from the end of the table and shows me his plate. “Yes?” I answer. “I, don’t like the cranberry sauce that much.” “Okay, leave it.” It is Christmas Day and seven adults have joined us for a festive vegetarian meal at our...

“An insightful combination of ancient truths and modern brain science that can help us become wiser parents, raise healthier and happier kids, and create a better world.” —David Lynch

“Dharma Parenting allows you to understand that your child’s unique needs may be different than your own. The valuable insights and practical tools of this book help your child become more confident, cooperative, successful, and happy.” —John Gray, author of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus

“Dharma” refers to a way of living that creates and supports physical and emotional balance, health, and fulfillment.

Dharma Parenting is a unique approach that combines ancient and modern knowledge in order to raise happy successful children based on their individual Brain/Body Type.