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Connecting Creator and Creation
We are curious about the nature of the Universal Creator that has brought into the physical realm harmonious, rhythmical, cyclical, growing, diversifies, and intelligent forms of existence. Meditation helps us see into the depth that is beyond thinking mind.

Daily Living and Loving
Meditation opens us to the infinitely large storehouse of vibrant energy, that we can use in daily living and loving.

Meditation and Kinesthetic Ebooks and Books
All these ebooks and books teens have elements to develop the mind and body connection.

Catching Moments for Reflection
The flow of thoughts through our mind is never-ending. We have freewill to dwell on thoughts as they arrive, or let go of them by replacing with thoughts of our choice such as positive affirmations, prayers, or other uplifting thoughts.

Easter Prayer for Children
An Easter prayer for kids and families, too!

Meditation for All Kids by Susan Kramer - Manual
Sitting, walking, dance, relaxation, instant, music, guided and more movement meditations, plus affirmations, inspirations, and prayers - for tots to teens of all abilities in 100 pages with many illustrations. Ebook or paperback.

Use Meditation to Heal Personal Relationships
While feeling warm, comfortable and open visualize the person with whom you are having mental conflict. Allow your warmth to spread to and through this person without spiritual reserve.

Redirect Stressful Energy with Instant Meditation
At the first sign of distress we can take a moment to begin an instant meditation practice: breathe in deeply and then let go while relaxing on the out-breath. Controlled breathing cuts the edge off agitation.

Meditation Develops Spirituality
Spiritual realization is felt as harmony; our physical body relaxed and free of dis-ease; our mind calm, balanced, centered, without want of an outer achievement.

Meditation Fortifies Commitments
When our thoughts are calm and centered it is easier to keep steady with commitments.

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