Books for Pagan Parents

Nov 13th, 2017 | By | Category: Articles, Books for Pagans

How do we best share our Pagan lives with our children, supporting them without indoctrinating them? How might an adult support a Pagan child when they are not Pagan themselves?

Here are some books designed to help adults working with Pagan, or potentially Pagan children…

Natural Born Shamans by Imelda Almqvist: Natural Born Shamans – A Spiritual Toolkit for Life covers all aspects of performing spiritual or shamanic work with children and young people. It is aimed at anyone who has an interest in young people and their spiritual journey, and covers all age groups from “in utero” until age 18+.  The book explains what shamanic parenting is and describes ways of doing spirit-led work, even with both unborn babies and spirit children (after miscarriage, abortion or early death). It also provides 30 “tried and tested” session plans for people looking for inspiration and “where to start”.

Buy the book –

AMAZON UK 

BARNES & NOBLE

HIVE

 

Children of the Green: Raising our Kids in Pagan Traditions, by Hannah E. Johnston.  An in-depth consideration of child raising from within pagan spirituality. Written by a long-time pagan witch, educator and parent, it considers the deeper questions of raising children within pagan spirituality, and the building of community for pagan families. Taking a unique approach, Children of the Green focuses not solely on sharing the festivals and celebratory cycles of paganism, but also discusses the moral, ethical and practical issues of raising kids as pagans; from working with schools, handling family changes and crises, child development from a pagan perspective and facing the challenges of a changing world.

Buy the book –

AMAZON UK 

BARNES & NOBLE

HIVE

INDIEBOUND

 

 

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