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Blogs & Birth Stories

A collection of inspiring birth stories from past students and insightful blogs written by Tracey.

Parent Rage

Parent Rage

When we experience parent RAGE – or other big reactions – it is a BIG opportunity.
Parenting is an amazing portal into our own crap! It is a sign we must do the work.

The Issue of Sleep

The Issue of Sleep

I was living in a block of units, with my new baby. He was a cat napper, waking after only 30 minutes of sleeping. He seemed to be sensitive to sound and so I did my best to make everything quiet, even though I had been told to get my baby used to noise while...

What Changes Birth?

What Changes Birth?

We can’t control birth, but we can influence it. Many people believe birth happens to us. That we are helpless and one of the biggest fears pregnant women face when pregnant is that they will feel out of control during the birth process. They get told the only thing...

The Ingredients of a Rich Childhood

The Ingredients of a Rich Childhood

Mealtimes as a sacred time Mealtimes can be a sacred family tradition, and a time to catch up with everyone after a busy day. Even with babies, having meals at the table is a moment of role modelling of what it is to be a family, and the importance of good food for...

Building Children’s Self-Esteem

Building Children’s Self-Esteem

As parents, our job is to help our children cultivate self-esteem. In order to do that, they need to know and become connected to the self. If children are not connected to who they are, they will not develop self-esteem. We live in a world that is quick to teach us...

How Children Learn

How Children Learn

..and what we need to know as parents   Knowing how children learn can ultimately unlock their blueprint of potential. Think of your child, as the seed of a tree. Inside every tree lies a blueprint of creation that is there to guide the growth of that tree. Our...

Parenting as a Spiritual Practice

Parenting as a Spiritual Practice

Did you know that we learn to parent, by the way we were parented, at least subconsciously. That may or may not be good news. What is helpful to know, is that our reactive thoughts and feelings come from our subconscious programs. Our job as we grow, is to upgrade the...

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