REMEDY BLOG | CHILDREN ARE THE FUTURE
Preschoolers Learn The Nature of Mindfulness
November 3, 2017 | Brandon Mills
Who wouldn't love an article on the application and benefits of mindfulness in the hands of preschoolers? In the article Scott Rogers, Director of the University of Miami School of Law’s Mindfulness in Law Program, highlights what can happen when we put big notions in tiny hands. He goes on to explain that when "we teach children mindfulness through the scope of nature we are equipping them with skillful ways of relating to life’s uncomfortable and challenging moments."
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One of the simplest and most beautiful things about technology is our ability to share instantaneously... internationally. We can find these amazing stories of passionate people and organizations that inspire us all into trail blazing a new world. Quickly we are learning to recognize how important it is for us all to work as a collective. Building a strong community really comes back to setting the right example for our children. This means that as we discover what truly brings peace and virtue, we can pass it along.
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