Children’s meditation

Today, we’re really pleased to tell you about a program specially adapted to children’s psychology.

All these practices are taken from this book. They have been designed with children in mind. Children from the age of five or six, and also for older children, even teenagers, with the added bonus of being able to do some of these practices with the family, because it can be very beneficial for the whole family circle, to give priority to moments when we settle down together and finally, in a way, calm down, soothe ourselves, and breathe together.

So the program for children is particularly important, to soothe them of course, some to help them sleep, but also because meditation promotes concentration. The more we meditate, the more we muscle, in a way, our capacity for attention and concentration. And we know today that children are zappers, quickly distracted, moving from one activity to another, and can have enormous difficulty sustaining an activity over time.

Children’s meditation: calm & concentration

Of all the possibilities we can offer children, and all the research validates it, mindfulness meditation for children is really the most effective in helping our children to be calmer, more composed, more attentive, and for school, it’s also a real bonus.

The benefits of meditation for children

Meditation for children can offer a number of benefits, including:

  • Reduced anxiety: Meditation can help children manage anxiety by teaching them to focus on the present moment and calm their minds.
  • Improved concentration: Practising meditation can help children develop their ability to concentrate and pay attention, which can be beneficial in their daily lives and when learning at school.
  • Building self-confidence: Meditation can help children better understand their emotions and thoughts, which can boost their self-confidence and self-esteem.
  • Developing empathy: Meditation can help children develop their ability to empathise and connect with others.
  • Improving sleep: Meditation can help children relax and prepare for sleep, which can improve the quality of their sleep.

In short, the practice of meditation can help them better manage their stress and emotions, improve their ability to concentrate and pay attention, boost their self-confidence and self-esteem, develop empathy and improve the quality of their sleep.

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Regulating stress

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Living gratitude

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Boosting energy

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To the rhythm of the 4 seasons

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Calming anxiety

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Connecting with the body

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The basics

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Meditation without guidance

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Conscious movements

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Daily practice

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