How child meditation can lead to world peace

How child meditation can lead to world peace

With every child I touch with my books and teach to fill their beautiful hearts with love and fill themselves up with love at bedtime, we lift the vibration together. This might be invisible to the untrained eye, but to me it looks like rainbows, unicorns, shooting stars, bright light, and magical waves of love all together. And the world needs more magic. And when the children through meditation connect to their inner wisdom, love and light, they are so beautiful little teachers to their parents and surroundings. You only need to look into the eyes of a smiling child to be reminded what life is all about.

Autism and child meditation

Autism and child meditation

I love that The Children’s Meditations In my heart can help children with special needs. Children with autism often suffer from sleep deprivation and often have a hard time falling asleep. Recently I have heard from a lot of parents to children with autism that reading The Children’s Meditations In my heart at bedtime is really helpful. Read more here.

Meditation lights up the world

Meditation lights up the world

In October I went to Nantwich, just south of Manchester to do a workhop on child meditation. After the workshop I went with the host Chrisoula Sirigou to The Redshift Radio Station to be on Chrisoula’s show Health & Healing. You can listen to part of the interview here.

How to discipline with love?

How to discipline with love?

When I was teaching in Manchester a few months ago a cab driver asked me how to discipline with love? I answered let your heart guide you – not your anger. Pause for a moment feel where the anger is in your body. And then shift your attention to love. The response you’ll get most often is to hold your child and love them intensely.