Sometimes kids’ lives can get busy and out of control, and worries can take over.
When that happens, knowing how to pause and regain composure with mindfulness can help!
This easily digestible guide introduces kids to mindfulness as a way to find clarity, manage stress, handle difficult emotions, and navigate personal challenges.
With step-by-step instructions to over thirty breathing, relaxation, and guided meditation exercises, readers will have an entire toolkit at their disposal and writing prompts will help them process their discoveries.
Clearly written and incredibly relatable, this invaluable resource provides a positive introduction to the world of self-care and mindfulness.
The end of this dream took place during the day and I drove to the drive-through at a Taco Bell, and I ordered some food like maybe some kind of large rectangular tostada (tortilla) dish.
The employees that I remember seeing were all female and they kept stalling, and I noticed this in the dream.
Everything was taking too long even though there was no one in front of me or behind me, and they were not busy at all.
I kept noticing the gaps in time, and how they were stalling with each action.
This was possibly played out in the real world as well as I tried to get a bit more sleep by possibly waking up to check the time and going back to sleep each time.
But I woke up for good at some point without ever getting my food since they kept stalling (they even stalled while cooking and preparing the food).
This has happened one or more times recently where I have noticed gaps in time or whatever while dreaming / sleeping, and I wonder if this is because of a book about mindfulness that I am reading super slowly called Mindful Me: Mindfulness And Meditation For Kids by Whitney Stewart; part of the mindful me breathing exercises mention looking for the gap between breaths, and so maybe some of the breathing exercises that I have partly tried have increased my present-moment awareness a bit.