The Tao of Motherhood

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New World Library, Mar 9, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 168 pages
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The Tao Te Ching, the classic work of ancient Chinese wisdom, has inspired and guided millions of people over more than a hundred generations. Twenty years ago, Vimala McClure, a mother and teacher of meditation and yoga, was inspired to meditate with each of the concise, profound teachings of the Tao Te Ching and capture its spirit and wisdom in words specifically directed to an audience close to her heart — mothers. The result, a new classic based on an old one, has encouraged and uplifted mothers for nearly a generation. Even the busiest of mothers can dip into this gentle, comforting book and find wonderful inspiration and guidance.

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I became aware of this book in my yoga classes. Our teacher would read passages to us, and I found them thought provoking enough to track down a copy. The thoughts in this book help you put things in ... Read full review


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Vimala McClure lives and writes in Boulder, Colorado. She is the author of the classic Infant Massage: A Handbook for Loving Parents and founder of the International Association of Infant Massage Instructors. She has been practicing and teaching Tantra yoga since 1971. She has also written A Woman's Guide to Tantra Yoga; The Ethics of Love: Using Yoga's Timeless Wisdom to Heal Yourself, Your Family & the Earth; Fabric Dying for Beginners; and a book for children: Bangladesh: Rivers in a Crowded Land. As well as being a writer, Vimala is a textile artist. Her quilts have won awards in regional and national shows, have been featured in national magazines, and are exhibited in galleries and private collections. Vimala has two adult children and three grandchildren.

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