Valentine's Day has become a day of showing affection to others, to ones we love and the ones that matter the most to us. However in the process, we forget the most important person in our lives - Our ownself. What if this Valentine's day we teach our childen how to love themselves and deal with their own emotions. By teaching children coping skills to manage their own emotions, we teach them to manage and help others around them. Isn't that a beautiful Valentine's day gift.
Whenever we at Fablefy, teach kids mindfulness, whether it’s at school or at home, it helps to turn the lesson into a fun activity — through play, movement, visualization, and games. One of our favorite toys for teaching basic breath awareness is the Hoberman sphere, a geodesic dome that can be folded and unfolded. We call this tool the breath ball because we can mimic the movements of breathing through the dome’s movements: as the dome folds inward, we imagine the out-breath
As I started mindfulness for myself and my children, one area always bothered me. What is the impact of mindfulness on the creative thinking process. Its a well known fact that the key aspect of the creative thinking process is "divergent thinking". Divergent thinking often flourishes in an environment of mind wandering and that is the direct anti-thesis of a mindful existence. So does mindfulness leads to creativity? Let us understand what creativity is? Most scientists defi
Tell me if any of these sounds familiar: - "I have so much to do and no time to do it!" - "I'm never going to make the deadline" - "I feeling like my mind is going a mile a minute" - "I can't seem to catch a break" - "I'm so stressed out" - "I NEED a vacation!" If you are between the age of 15 - 65 and live in America, chances are that you have spoken at least one or all of these phrases (Probably within the last week or perhaps even today). With the ever increasing pace of l