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Emotional education. Mindfulness for boys and girls.


Emotional education. Mindfulness for children


Emotional education is, today, one of the keys to the children of today are the peace and welfare of tomorrow. Emotional education is no indoctrination. Simply teach that there is only here and now.


“Planting Seeds”, the new book by Thich Nhat Hanh and the Plum Village community is a clear example of a good emotional education.


Speaking of emotional education and mindfulness for children , without any doubt, this is one book that I highly recommend for parents and educators.

Not only will be the children who enjoy everything that appears in the book, but parents and educators will appreciate each of the practices, texts, ideas, keys and drawings that appear throughout this beautiful specimen who has published the prestigious Editorial Kairos.

Thich Nhat Hanh, Zen Master, poet, peace activist, writer of over a hundred books and nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, is the author, along with his Buddhist community Zen Plum Village de Bordeaux (France) This compendium of practices mindfulness or mindfulness for children.


Emotional education is presented throughout the work, as said earlier, is not a task of no indoctrination in any religion, but must be understood as the exercise of most of the freedoms can offer children today, which is none other than respect for life, peace, love, serenity and solidarity.

All this cash in a pleasant way in a book of emotional education and mindfulness for children, easy to read and pleasing to the eye.

A book that, as stated in the record of publishing in its presentation, is “of interest to the thousands of followers of Thich Nhat Hanh, for Buddhists in general and parents and lay teachers interested in holistic education”.

“Planting Seeds” comes with a CD of guided meditations and songs specially prepared for the Spanish community.

With more than 30 color illustrations , this book is a collection of all practices that Master Thich Nhat Hanh has put in place and working with children throughout their lives.

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“Planting Seeds” book for emotional education Thich Nhat Hanh of mindfulness for children, parents and educators


Emotional education, foundation for peace and well-being of those who will be men and women of tomorrow, it is essential from the practice of the present moment.

“Planting Seeds” , as noted in the presentation of the book, it is full of “educational activities that can help children and adults to relieve stress, increase concentration and self – confidence, confront difficult emotions, improve communication or cultivate peace “.

Definitely. A book that I recommend be father, mother, Tuto, guardian, educator, because every investment made in emotional education is future from the here and now.

As written about him and Jon Kabat-Zinn mila:

“This delightful book summarizes decades of experience accumulated by the Buddhist community of Thich Nhat Hanh trying d eestablecer the foundation of care and full heart in children and their caregivers. The community has long been committed to understanding and practicing wisdom and compassion inherent in our humanity. This book is the most articulate expression of that practice. Oozes respect and sensitivity for children and their families. “

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Now, for your emotional education, you can make FREE program 21 of mindfulness practices online.

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A self-help book to celebrate life from mindfulness here and now

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