Tuesday, 2 January 2018

Children’s meditation In My Heart {Giveaway}

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Around the world people are trying some aspects of the Danish way of doing things. Danish Author, Gitte Winter Graugaard has given us a new way in which we can try the Danish way of parenting by releasing her book Children's Meditations in My HeartSharing with the world her secret to getting children asleep within minutes!

In the world we live in our children are constantly bombarded with all manner of messages which can share emotions both real and those simply perceived by the child. That is without even mentioning the constant mixed messages available at the tap or click of a button online. While at home and school there are stresses that will weigh on our children's minds. It can all add up in little amounts to impact a child's mental well being!

Did you know that children today are currently sleeping 1 hour less per night that children did 25 years ago?

Children's Meditations in My Heart contains 4 meditations which will help parents to teach their child just how important self esteem is as well as self love. With the understanding of self esteem and self love your child should be able to drift off into a more restoring sleep.

You can get your own copy of Children's Meditations in My Heart by Gitte Winter Graugaard ( £14.95 for a hard copy and £4.97 for a kindle copy).

We have teamed up Room For Reflection to give two of our readers the chance to win a hard copy of Children's Meditations in My Heart of their own! To enter you can use the Gleam entry form below. Please read the Terms and Conditions below before entering.

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Terms and Conditions

  • Entrants must be aged 18 years or over.

  • Competition is open to UK residents only.

  • Entry into this competition confirms your acceptance of these Terms and Conditions

  • The winners will be selected at random from all the correct entries received before the closing date and time.

  • All prizes must be accepted as offered. There can be no alternative awards, cash or otherwise.  

  • There will be one winner who will receive one of the product(s) featured in the above post

  • Room for Reflection is the sponsor of this giveaway and is responsible for prize fulfillment.

Win one of two copies of Children's Meditations in My Heart by Gitte Winter Graugaard


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22 comments:

  1. No, and to be honest, I wouldn't know where to start so this book would be most useful!

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  2. Despite knowing the benefits of meditation, I find it impossible to sustain it myself and have never tried it with the children.

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    1. No I hvaen't tried so would be a useful book!

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  3. To be very honest i haven't heard of this before but it sounds interesting.

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  4. No. Though would consider it. This book would likely assist us in introducing the children to meditation. As would be keen to ensure suitability for the children.

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  5. Margaret Gallagher2 January 2018 at 18:21

    I practice regularly and try to encorporate into our day - this book would be perfect to teach the little ones

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  6. I haven't used meditation, but reading this has made me seriously consider it as a way to stay calm - both for me and the kids!

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  7. ive never even thought about it if im honest but i do like the sound of it so may look into it now

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    1. Mmm.....nah....new age vegs##

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    2. No, I've never tried and don't know anyone who has. Interested to learn though.

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    3. I've never meditated with the children but id love to try and see how we get on.

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    4. I haven't used any meditation but it sounds a great way to keep calm and relax x

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  8. I haven't but it sounds good!

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  9. Yes we meditate and do yoga

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  10. No I don’t but I’m really interested

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    1. I honestly hadn't considered it x

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  11. Lovely book and really interested in learning more

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  12. I'm not sure if it counts as meditation, but when my granddaughter stays overnight with us, we have a ritual where we go through what we've seen or done during the day, listing any animals we saw, anything new that we saw (to her), and any other new experiences, even if it's just eating something she's never eaten before. It definitely helps to calm her down so she falls asleep.

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    1. ive never meditated with the children but id love to see what its like

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    2. I’ve not used meditation for children before but I’m really interested & would like to learn more!

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    3. this would be great to do with my children xx

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    4. Sounds good fun

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