Coping With Change - Butterfly Meditation
If you have a child aged between 6-11 years old, this Free Meditation is for you.
Do your children worry too much about change?
Do they become tearful and anxious when they have to move into a new class each year?
Do you struggle to help them relax and see the positives that come with change?
As parents you naturally want the best for your children. You know that changes are huge part of life that they will encounter regularly. You therefore know that they absolutely need to be able to deal with these changes with confidence.
By giving your children the tools they need to cope with these changes now, you will absolutely be helping them develop into the happier, more confident person that you want them to be.
Taken from my L.L.A.M.A. Meditation Course, this meditation is made up of three parts: A deep muscle relaxation, a breathing exercise and a guided meditation, where they will meet a butterfly, which will help them to access and address their inner fears about change.
The deep muscle relaxation and the breathing technique can also be used as independent tools to help your child calm down when upset or anxious.
By listening to the full meditation with your child, you can share your insights and encourage them to share their own insights with you, which will facilitate further discussion that will help you support your child through any changes they are dealing with at that time.
What's even better is that this meditation is yours to listen to as often as you like.
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About The Author
Melanie Appleyard is a Qualified Primary School Teacher, with additional qualifications in Special Educational Needs, Personal, Social and Health Education and Emotion Coaching.
Having seen a rise in the number of children struggling with mental health issues in a health system that is struggling to cope with demand, she firmly believes that more needs to be done to equip children with the skills they need to recognise and manage their emotion. This in turn will go a long way in helping to prevent a large number of mental health issues from arising. This guide was written to support parents and teachers in nurturing emotional intelligence to help the children they care for thrive.