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12 Bite-sized Mindfulness Activities
- emotional intelligence
What If You Could Give Your Kid Life Skills To ...
… de-stress and calm down,
navigate difficult emotions,
focus on what matters,
and nurture empathy, kindness, and positivity?
The good news is that …
… with mindfulness practice, you can nurture all of those skills.
Get started with the activities below:
Today we started our day with a fun loving kindness practice, all thanks to my three-year-old son Anton. We ate breakfast together in the kitchen and Anton decided spontaneously to send kind wishes to mommy and daddy. Anton: I wish for mommy that she gets to mow the...read more
Paying attention to your senses is probably the easiest way to practice mindfulness. When you tune in to your senses, you are effectively living in the now. Your senses are as “in the now” as it gets. When you tune into to your senses, you give your busy brain a...read more
Food is a phenomenal way to integrate mindfulness into a child’s daily life. Every child eats, and many children eat without really thinking about or understanding where their food comes from. If you’ve read my blog, you probably know that I do mindfulness workshops...read more
Sometimes a hug can make a huge difference to a child who is anxious, sad or upset. A simple hug can help you connect with your child and partner, trigger them to open up and feel less stressed. How often do you hug? It’s the simplest way to connect and you...read more
The cool thing about mindfulness is that you can practice during ordinary activities and even make familiar games a mindfulness practice. Any routine activity can be made into a mindfulness practice when you bring your full attention to it, but these games are perfect...read more
A WorD FROM CHRIS
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