In the past few years we were quietly developing “Meditative Story Telling” – a tool to awaken inner hidden potential and promote greater quality communication in children ages 7-16 years old.
We first introduced it in a school environment in 2009 and the result where absolutely amazing.
For years children at one of the largest private schools in Canada where introduced to “Meditative Storytelling”. (Over 340 Children took part of this program, each of the three years )
Now this program is ready to expend to our Karma Secrets Academy curriculum.
We cover and focus on 3 important areas of your child’s every day experience
Awareness of the Future
Awareness of the Self
Connection with Others
And learn a new form of Inner Experience
“Self Regulation Meditation”
“Active Guided Meditation”
During this “new” form of meditation you will experience your inner energy and may already see significant benefits and changes right there during your first training.
(Results may vary, but most adults and kids speak of incredible experiences; enhanced inner strength, gain of confidence, greater mind clarity, renewed passion for life and an overall feeling of peace and tranquility.)
We will be soon introducing “Meditative Story Telling” to other educational institutions around the world.
If you have an interesting story to share or would like your school to be a part of our global network please send me a note: email@example.com
3 thoughts on “Meditation For Children”
Joshano McKenzie on June 24, 2011 at 8:31 am said: Edit
My name is Joshana McKenzie, I am 10 years old. Thank you for coming to our school and telling us nice stories,giving us lessons on not to be a bully and teaching us how to meditatie. The thing I liked about the class most was the meditation. I liked it because it made me feel relaxed and it took away all the stress and made my body feel loose.
Maria on June 24, 2011 at 8:40 am said: Edit
My name is Maria Sharrad. I am 10 years old. I liked your classes very much. I liked when you told us a story. It taught me a lot of new things, what to do and what not to do. I liked the story about the little boy who cheered up the old man whose wife died. It cheered me up because the little boy helped the old man to become strong and be happy. The meditation made me feel very “real” and calm and took the stress out of me. When you told us to think of feedom and freinds in our head it actually made me feel in that spot. When you said to think of freedom I felt free, when you said to think of friends I felt happy and when you said to think of family I felt loveable. Thank you for coming and I will look forward to seeing you next year.
Timea on June 24, 2011 at 8:48 am said: Edit
My name is Timea. I am 9 years old. What I like about your class is that when you say the stories, you say it in a related way. . When you said to feel free I felt in my own world, like I was the only one on the planet and when we stopped meditating I felt really good and non stressful. I remember you telling a story of the boy cheering up the old man. I liked it because I knew the boy cared and I was really happy the boy came or the old man might be depressed for his whole life.
Thank you for the inspiration. Thank you for making us care even more than we usually do.