Chelsea, our Chief Mindfulness Officer and creator of "ARC: mindfulness for children," published a new article on the site Everyday Mindfulness. Here is an excerpt:
"Every week I see new articles promoting mindfulness for children. As someone who has heralded this cause for more than a few years, I’m excited to see schools, child-care facilities, and parents recognizing the importance of teaching our kids to deal with their minds and the endless thoughts, emotions, and urges they produce. The effect this effort will have on the world in a decade or two can’t be overstated...
In light of this movement, we need to ensure our children receive proper instruction when it comes to meditating. The same challenges that adults face in their practice affect our little ones as well, and it’s our responsibility to help them navigate the obstacles."
Go to Everyday Mindfulness to read the rest. And while your there, visit their forums for great discussion on mindfulness-related topics.
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