Avalon Darnesh is a sharmanic birthkeeper and mother, who is on a mission to support women so they can awaken their full potential.
Have you ever read a simple idea and been so struck by it that it stays with you forever? That’s how I feel about a lot of things that Avalon Darnesh says.
I am so grateful for her work, and it’s inspired me as we have been working on our picture book for new parents You’re Doing Great, Baby.
The two biggest things I have learnt from her are:
Instead of putting your ‘parenting’ hat on, try just being yourself. It’s much more real and less energy.
If I’m in a funk or feeling angry, I visualise what my parenting hat looks like (e.g. stiff red velvet with a small brim), and visualise me putting on a totally silly beautiful hat instead (e.g. a floppy, felted purple hat with felted flowers on it).
Let nature be another parent to your child.
That’s why when a baby or child is crying or upset it works magic to get them outside. Let your feet touch the earth, feel the sun (or rain or wind) on your skin, and breath all that fresh air deep into your belly.
Thank you Avalon!
2 thoughts on “Grateful for: Avalon Darnesh”
Thank you Beth! I’m delighted that these simple ideas are supportive for you on your mothering journey. Love, Avalon x
Thanks Avalon! Life-long learning. Very grateful. xx