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The Magnificent Garden

Lesson 2

During this Mindfulness for Kids you will take a trip to your Magnificent Garden and spend some time soaking up the beauty and charm in this perfect paradise!

You will place all of your thoughts in a paper boat and watch them float down stream leaving you in a state of pure relaxation.

This Guided Meditation is great if you have any stress, anxiety or worries...but is also great for general meditation, relaxation and SLEEP!!!

Enjoy 🙂

Benefits of Mindfulness Meditation for Kids

If we practice mindfulness ourselves, it is often easy to understand how mindfulness might be of benefit to our children. Children are not so different than we are, susceptible to the same feelings of anxiety, stress, worry, depression, and a whole range of more comfortable experiences as well.


With that in mind, we can rationally understand how mindfulness can help children to navigate their inner and outer environments in a more harmonious way, even when challenges arise; however, how does this play out in our children? What tangible ways can we see the positive effects that mindfulness has on kids?

There are countless ways that mindfulness positively impacts children. Since mind, body, and spirit are so inextricably interconnected, mindfulness practice improves all aspects of a child’s wellbeing. Numerous studies have also been conducted to explore the topic. Findings suggest that:

  • Mindfulness practice improves self-regulation in children.
  • Mindfulness exercises help to reduce anxiety symptoms in kids with anxiety.
  • Exposing children to mindfulness practice helps them to better understand, express, and navigate their emotions, improving overall emotional wellbeing.
  • Mindfulness can enhance children’s abilities to focus and to concentrate.
  • Children exposed to mindfulness practice have been found to show greater empathy, enhanced social skills, and decreased peer-rated aggression.
  • Mindfulness boosts self-esteem and self-compassion.
  • Mindfulness meditation promotes a healthy brain, boosting cognitive control, memory, and cognitive flexibility.
  • Tamila says:

    Kids will be happy to learn doing by themself to get away from stress.

  • Terry says:

    An excellent visualisation, beautifully presented. Keep up the great work

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