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Welcome to Meditation & Play

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Meditation and Play is the name of our meditation sessions for kids.

Teachers and children learn simple meditation techniques in a playful way through music and movement.

To start, there are a few webpages to read. Spend a few minutes to read these three webpages to learn about Sahaj Meditation, its history, as well as about the human subtle system:

Here is the web site: freemeditation.com

Now you are ready to experience the awakening of your Kundalini energy, a process that is known as Self-Realization. Follow the instructions on this webpage:

http://www.onlinemeditation.org/meditation-class-2/

Awakening  The Child’s Kundalini

After you have experienced the Kundalini awakening, it will be fabulous to share this experience with the children and give them the chance to awaken their Kundalini too.

What is the Kundalini?

You can tell the child that everybody has a spiral energy called Kundalini that looks like a golden star inside of us and it is located in the lower part of his tummy. The Kundalini is very friendly and intelligent because it knows us very well and takes care of us like daddy and mommy do. Meditating with the Kundalini is the most beautiful experience that Mother Nature can give us.

Please follow these steps in order to awaken your child’s Kundalini:

Once you have explained what the Kundalini is, please invite the child to sit quietly near you on the ground (or in a comfortable chair if you prefer) and ask him to put his palms on his lap.

Ask the child to put his right hand on his heart and say this wish out-loud 3 times:

“I am the spirit”

Now ask him to put his right hand on the top on his head and move his right hand clock-wise seven times and say the following wish out-loud 7 times:

“Mother Kundalini, please wake up and take care of me.”

 

When you finish ask him to put back his right hand on his lap and be quiet for a bit so the Kundalini can start rising.

To finish ask the child to put his left hand on the top of his head keeping some distance from the head and ask him if can feel a cool breeze coming out from the top of his head. Then ask him to try with his right hand. Does he feel a cool breeze there too?

Now the child’s Kundalini has awakened. If you want to repeat the exercise you are welcome to, however it is not necessary once it has been done once. You need to meditate daily to nourish the Kundalini and keep it healthy.