Implicit Bias And Why Educators Need To Identify It?
March 1, 2019
Adding Mindful Moments To This Season Of Love
February 5, 2019
Why we need to build time for Intentional Stillness in our School day?
January 31, 2019
Mindfulness - Why Is It Needed and how it helps build the "Whole Grit"
January 29, 2019
Hoberman Square: Mindfulness Ball Breaths
November 8, 2018
Boredom is not a negative emotion
October 19, 2018
The Breath And The Brain
October 16, 2018
Sitting Still Like A Frog
September 11, 2018
Why Use The Breath in Meditation?
July 30, 2018
Character Development: Compassion - The Aladdin Way
July 11, 2018
Mindful Eating For Children
February 6, 2017
The breath is a friend of ours - its always with us.
The breath is the most potent and secular form of meditation and can be used anyone irrespective, of their religious or cultural identity.
The breath is a link between the mind and the body.
We can control the breath, or let it work on its own.
We learn about how our own mind works by simply observingthe breath.
When the mind is upset, you can notice the breath gets hardand rough.
If you just keep watching the breath, the mind calms downnaturally and you will notice the breath getting softer.
Here is our video on Breathing Meditation:
mindfulness for classrooms