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Thoughts to Contemplate by Dr. Luann Robinson Hull

Embodying The Perfect Mother


Happy Mother’s Day!

Take a few moments to visualize how you would have wanted to be parented if you could re-invent your childhood experience.


Now, create the perfect mother and father in your mind. If there were qualities of both of your parents that you particularly admired, add those to the profile of the imaginary parents you are now envisioning. Be expansive in your creation. There are no limits. These people are Magnificent. They are wonderfully balanced in both their feminine and masculine nature. They are conscious, loving spirits. There is no end to their wisdom, strength, love and compassion. Keep creating. Keep contributing to their creation. Take some time with this activity and write it all down.

Now, decide that you will embody everything you have written or imagined.




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3 thoughts on “Embodying The Perfect Mother

  1. Perfect is a goal but in parenting it is never achieved. Our human-ness gets in the way and then we end up wanting to s_c-r-e-a-m. Wouldn’t have traded my imperfect mother for any perfect one out there.

  2. I didn’t agree with a lot of the decisions my father made as my parent, yet I would be a different person without them. The most frustrating part of parenting to me is not being able to force my children down the path that I so lovingly created and laid before them! 😉

  3. I can’t put that kind of pressure on myself. I’m going to mess up, and I’m straight-up with my kids about this inevitability. “I’m human. Human’s aren’t perfect.” But I’m always quick to apologize for mistakes, and frankly this speaks volumes to my children, and makes me the type of mother and human being I want to be.

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