Continuing with our blog series concerning meditation and children – including progressive relaxation and the importance of breath, seated meditation and creative visualization – today’s blog post will focus on how to teach your young child creative visualization basics.
The beginning visualization basics for a young child are:
- Before you can move into visualization, it is important to relax the mind and body. You can use the full-body Progressive Relaxation Exercise or you may want to try a more visual technique for creating a relaxed state.Ask your child to imagine stepping on an escalator, breathing deeply and riding down through a rainbow of rich, warm colors, with each floor making him feel warmer and more relaxed and happy.
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