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How To Help Kids Listen To Their Minds

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September 10, 2014

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How To Help Kids Listen To Their Minds

Feelings come and go like clouds in a windy sky. Conscious breathing is my anchor.

– Thich Nhat Hạnh –

How To Help Kids Listen To Their Minds

Maintaining focus in an age of ever-increasing distractions can seem daunting, to say the least. For teachers working to engage the minds of our youth, these distractions can make learning an impossible task. Our children are at the mercy of their disorganized minds — with failing grades, high suspension rates, and violence only the tip of ‘chaotic mind’ iceberg. But with the introduction of an innovative new ‘mindfulness’ program, students are learning “for the first time that they need not be puppets dangling on the strings of their own overactive minds.” { read more }

Be The Change

Take a moment to share the practice of mindfulness with your children.

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