Meditation is a technique for health and welfare that has a major impact on everyone. It's not enough for us to just take care of the body. It is also good to take care of the mind.
Meditation has a big positive impact on growth and development in small children. It is proven that children who meditate get better grades at school. In addition to helping with the welfare of the child, it also improves their concentration, relaxation, creativity and resilience.
today’s high-tech, fast-paced world with TV, internet, timetables full of activities, cell phones, it’s pretty easy to become over-stimulated. All these forms of stress have
come into the child's life as well. Therefore, we should not forget that these young children have an immature nervous system. It is difficult for them to process
multiple stimuli at once.
Then, we send them off to school, where they are expected to concentrate and focus. Over-stimulated children may start to have problems when it comes to social, as well as language and motor skills. And of course, difficulty concentrating. These things can lead to trouble learning and behavior in the future. But through meditation they can balance and outweigh the negative effects of being overstimulated.
We all love our children and want the very best for them, so why not consider a tool that can help them become more mindful and better able to cope with all that is tossed into their world?
Meditation is a nice way to stay grounded. It helps us to be in the present moment so we can enjoy the good times and better managing the trying ones. It helps us to stay connected with our true essence, and build up our sense of self-love and worth.
Imagine learning these tools as a young child and then being able to use them your entire life. Meditation is catching on and currently being taught in a schools around the whole world today, and as a parent it would be good to both learn and teach this powerful tool.
"If every 8-year-old in the world learned meditation, we will eliminate violence from the world
within a generation."
There are a lot of advantages for childhood meditation, but here I give you some that I think is important:
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