Here we offer parents and carers resources to support with calming and nurturing their child. Especially the divinely gorgeous 0 to 8 year old age group, as we passionately feel that if we “plant the seed”, and bring in the practice of Meditation, of Mindfulness/Awareness and Relaxation in these early formative years, then we offer the child self-soothing mechanisms and empower them to be the creative, happy wonder child that they were born to be!

We offer Guided Meditations for Children and Adults as audios for purchase (Mp3 download). These meditations can guide you and your child to magical and wonderful places, and support with a myriad of issues. Please remember however, that whilst meditation offers a wonderful support, it does not replace professional medical or psychological advice. Meditation can be used hand in hand with whatever treatment or advice you may be following.

The aim of Guided Meditation in young children is to show them that they have a place within that feels safe, a place where they can come to feel love, self-love, joy, happiness and all the pleasant feelings we enjoy feeling.

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Three New Meditations!

I’ve been in a creative place, with lots of ideas bubbling away and the result so far is, Three New Meditations for sale on the Shop Page! Again, these meditations have been tried and tested and I’m really pleased with the outcome. The first, Breathing with Teddy was inspired by a Breathing Technique called the Point of Stillness from Peace of Mind by Dr

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Meditation Calm Down Jar

Have you seen these?  Wow, they are awesome!  Calm Down / Mind / Sparkle / Glitter Meditation Jars! I came across these on the net and was instantly attracted to them, yes I love shiny sparkly things!   And they are really simple to make. You can use glass jam jars (or similar) or plastic bottles (reduce, reuse, recycle!) and simply fill them with

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Bumble Bee breathing

Here is a nice simple breathing technique that you can do with your child.  It is a lovely one to facilitate going within to a peaceful place. Also know as Bhramari, this pranayama technique has many benefits but most of all it’s fun! Sit cross legged with a nice straight back.  Use your thumbs to block your ears gently and your index fingers rest

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