Being not Becoming
At Mama Sangha we believe in the fundamental goodness of all mother’s hearts.
We believe that who you are is inherently good, loving, kind. You don’t need to strive to become something better or someone else.
The power of practice
Mindfulness practice is not about becoming a better version of yourself than you are already. It’s about stripping away the limiting beliefs and habits that prevent you from realising your own inherent worth and goodness.
Mindfulness is not something we just believe in, it is something we actively do and cultivate, through practice. The practices and teachings we explore together have real impact and relevance to our lives as mothers.
The power of community
Although we each have our personal journey, in many ways we are walking the same path. This path is a shared path, we need to connect to other mums who feel what we feel. We are not meant to do it alone. This is why we need Sangha.
Connection and Belonging
Beneath our illusion of individualism, lies the truth of our interconnection. When we encounter sorrow and difficulty in our mothering journey, we can often feel “I’m the only one.”
Our practice supports us to realise our sameness. Our vulnerability and fallibility are not what separate us, they are what connect us.
Trust in mothers
We trust in the wisdom of all mother’s hearts. We’re not here to tell you how to be a better mother, but to support you in listening more deeply to what matters most – to you.
When we know how to become quiet and steady through practice, that wisdom reveals itself.
More Room for Joy
As our insight, clarity, and wisdom build through practice, we start to see our own limiting assumptions. It’s like peeling away layers of old beliefs and conditioning, that no longer belong to us.
It’s a relief, we feel lighter, more easeful, more ‘us’. And out of that clearing, there is more room for Joy.