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Teaching Kids Mindfulness — Annaka Harris [178]
July 30, 2019

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What does one do when fascinated about the nature of experience itself?
If you are my podcast guest, Annaka Harris, you write a children’s book, teach mindfulness to children, and write about this mystery of the universe for adults in her latest book, Conscious. Hear how she began her own mindfulness practice, how it relates to parenting her children and get a taste of the mystery of consciousness.

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1. Best practices for sharing the power of mindfulness with kids

2. It’s okay to say “I don’t know” to our children and can in fact be beneficial

3. Getting curious about our experience can relieve suffering

Annaka Harris is the author of CONSCIOUS. She is the author of the children’s book I Wonder, a collaborator on the Mindful Games Activity Cards, by Susan Kaiser Greenland. She is a consultant for science writers and a volunteer mindfulness teacher for the Inner Kids organization.

Other resources mentioned in this conversation:

Infinity and Me
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly

Teaching Kids Mindfulness woman and child meditating on yoga mat

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