Address the Anger Issues in Your Children – Meditation For Children
It is interesting to note that when researching third eye meditation or Trataka there is a great deal of mention about how when we are babies that we experience the world at an atomic or molecular level and that it is when our parents begin to create an illusion of the world by naming things that we lose the ability to see things through our third eye. It is said that you can not explain the color orange to a blind person. If they can not see the fruit they will not be able to grasp the concept of the color. Another example of this is the three blind people who touch a pig. One feels its tail and wonder what the corkscrew like thing could be. The other feels the pig’s hide and says it must be an elephant because it is so tough and bristly. The third feels its wet snout and thinks it must be a large dog. Three different perceptions from one animal.
Meditation for children is an excellent way for a parent to share their own meditations with the rest of the family. Meditation for children can be an excellent way to treat those kids with ADD or ADHD without having to resort to drugs like Ritalin with their horrific side effects. Meditation for children needs to be less complicated than many of the forms of meditation that adults use. Symbols for children to focus on need to be aimed at their age level so that they can focus more easily on the task at hand.
Mastering meditation as children can help them in sports, academically and with interactions with other children. Instead of lashing out in reaction children who have learned meditative techniques are more aware of their feelings and can handle these situations without escalating them to anger and possible violence.
Susan Kramer offers Meditations for all Kids on her website for $12.95 and you can get it as an immediate download.
Mary Dubitzky is a blogger and health writer with 15 years’ experience. Get more tips on health and well-being at http://www.OneFitnessCamp.com/Blog