Religious, no. It is spiritual in the sense that I believe the work we do as parents is important and spiritual work, and that our children are the perfect spiritual gurus to show us where we get to grow and stretch beyond our comfort zones (I call this soul yoga). It is also spiritual in the belief that each person is inherently wonderful (yourself and your children) and that our role as parents is to help our children access that wonderful part of themselves as they learn to navigate and thrive in their lives.
Beyond that you don’t need to adhere to any specific religious or spiritual beliefs to get a lot from this course.
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