It never fails.
After dinner, the kids complain they are too tired to do their homework but once we’ve put on our PJs and brushed our teeth they are full of energy and bouncing on the beds.
That’s when we turn to the “Om.”
Yes, we meditate.
It’s not for long, 30 seconds at most. But it does the trick. As long as my husband doesn’t come in and start laughing, they settle down and we begin our bedtime stories.
The children learned the proper pose for relaxation and meditation from instruction in Yoga, which has become more and more popular for children.
They began practicing yoga in preschool and at the age of 2, … Read more »