Meditating with Children: The Art of Concentration and Centering - A Workbook on New Educational Methods Using Meditation

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The newly revised edition of the classic Meditation with Children incorporates Dr. Rozman's popular, proven techniques for meditation with a powerful new focus on the heart. Teaching children to center in the heart adds balance and self-esteem, improves decision-making and puts children in touch with their deeper core values. Meditating with Children has been used successfully by educators across the country in public, private and home schools and as a textbook for many Sunday ...
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Overview

The newly revised edition of the classic Meditation with Children incorporates Dr. Rozman's popular, proven techniques for meditation with a powerful new focus on the heart. Teaching children to center in the heart adds balance and self-esteem, improves decision-making and puts children in touch with their deeper core values. Meditating with Children has been used successfully by educators across the country in public, private and home schools and as a textbook for many Sunday School Programs.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780932040527
  • Publisher: Integral Yoga Publications
  • Publication date: 7/28/2002
  • Edition description: REV
  • Pages: 168
  • Sales rank: 1,453,565
  • Product dimensions: 8.22 (w) x 10.96 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

After receiving her doctorate in psychology Deborah Rozman, Ph. D. founded a private elementary school and international teacher-training center called Evergreen School, which received much praise and acknowledgement. Since 1973 Dr. Rozman has taught transpersonal psychology, parent-child awareness groups, personal growth and development. She is the author of three children's tapes, three books and has edited numerous others. Today she is the Executive Vice President for HeartMath LLC, the educational company for the Institute of HeartMath, and is developing programs for families, counselors, educators and business professionals. Deborah has been on numerous radio and television shows, written many articles and was listed in Who's Who in California.
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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Chapter 1 The Ideal 5
Concentration
Imagination
Chapter 2 Looking Ahead 9
Chapter 3 Discipline 15
Chapter 4 The Class Structure 17
Centering Meditations
Tips on Classes
The Class Sessions 23
General Class Outline
1-10 Class Sessions
The Meditations 59
The Energy Activities 97
Special Meditations for Older Children 121
Applications 129
Personal Account by an Elementary School Teacher
Charts, Diagrams, Stories and Yoga Postures 141
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