Boost your kid’s self-esteem, increase their confidence and positive outlook with our new affirmation cards. The perfect morning or bedtime routine, each cards contains unique reflection prompts, exercises and activities for kids.
After months of suffering from anxiety at bedtime, my 8yo daughter finally fell asleep easily AND slept the whole night peacefully in her own bed! We’ve been reading your books every night since. Thank you Meditation Fairy!
Your Sleep Guided Meditations are absolutely fantastic!
I have two young kids and both are asleep within 7 minutes after the meditation started. Thank You Meditation Fairy!
We might think our children are perfect, but what do they think of themselves and how the heck do you start that conversation? Getting kids to talk about feelings is sometimes tricky so here are a few conversation prompts to help you find out how your kids feel about themselves: 🌟Read body image or theme specific books at bedtime. 👉Children’s books do such a great job at getting kids curious or opening up about things that wouldn’t normally come up in conversation. For example, books like “Hair in Funny Places” can help open a conversation about body changes and hormones in a fun and natural way. - 📚If you want more Book recommendations send me a DM and I’ll let you know my faves! 📚 🌟Pick a few affirmations to practice with your kids 👉 this is such a great one because you will immediately be able to tell if your kids are uncomfortable with repeating the affirmation. If they struggle saying I am Beautiful or I am Intelligent it can give you an opening to discover why they are feeling that way. 🌟 Share your own fears/thoughts with your kids 👉sharing age appropriate concerns with your kids is a great way to let them know that even adults might sometimes struggle with confience. Something like “I was really afraid of spiders/injections/[insert fear] and it made me feel like I wasn’t brave or capable of doing things until I realised…” Have you noticed moments when your kids were not absolutely accepting themselves? Let me know in the comments and if you want to receive 5 digital affirmations with reflection prompts and conversation prompts completely FREE send me a DM. ❤️
Realistic tips for meditating from home - so this might get me in trouble but whenever I read that you should “create a meditation space” or “it should be calm and without noise” it makes me cringe. I have an 8yo and a toddler, if I created a meditation space at home it would last about 2 minutes before it was taken over 😂. So here are my realistic and practical tips for mums: 🌟 Pick a realistic time and treat it as a meeting 👉saying you will wake up at 5:00am when you know you are not a morning person is probably not the best idea. Meditating before bed or in the middle of the day might be better! 🌟 If your environment is noisy or visually busy use eye masks and noise cancelling headphones. 👉 please don’t say “I have to tidy up before I meditate” - we all know how that goes. Get your eye mask and head phones on and meditate instead. 🌟Start with guided meditations or meditation music- leave meditating in silence for when you are comfortable in your practice. 👉if you haven’t meditated in a while or are new to meditation, start with guided meditations, focusing on a voice or music is just as powerful as focusing on your breath.
A reminder that even the meditation teachers and resilience practitioners have doubts and moments where we REALLY don’t want to be the calm ones and also lots of moments when we totally lose our sh** 🙋🏻♀️. As much as I love my kids sometimes they still drive me crazy, overwhelm me, trigger me and make me doubt myself in ways I didn't think were possible. With that in mind, what do you want to let go of this year? I’ll drop mine in the comments
Did you know we have picture books for kids? This book is actually the reason Meditation Fairy was born. I wanted a simple way to start teaching my son about meditation and mindfulness and so I wrote him a story. The children love the story and makes them curious about what they can achieve when they close their eyes and try a meditation. Parents love the fact that it’s easy to include it in their bedtime routine and there is no awkwardness in starting a conversation. ❤️