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Education is so much more than books and pencils, homework and study. Education is life, the experiences we share, the hurdles we overcome, the relationships we build and the lessons sometimes hard won. How we interact with the world, our peers and our parents are governed by what we learn in school as well as from the world around us.
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Lao Tzu a legendary chinese philosophy and writer, credited with forming Daoism one of the two main schools of chinese philosophical thought, wrote a book – ‘The Tao Te Ching’ approximately 2500 years ago.
A global Peace Giant, Thich Nhat Hanh has revolutionised our way of seeing the world through his prayers, philosophy, activism and teachings.
The Magical Pangolin A rare ancient treasureAges 5+ Video Links Require Adult Supervision 3 minute reading + additional video links 1hr The Pangolin is, "the world's only truly scaly mammal", says Sir David Attenborough in the ABC documentary, Pangolins. The...
Repeating the word peace in prayer and mantra – no matter which language you speak has the potential to uplift the spirit and cultivate tranquility in your heart and mind.
Enjoy making your very own Just Breathe Kids creative collage!
You can try the designs below or come up with your own creative and fun ideas.
Try adding in some paint strokes or using textas to make your design unique to you.
We used to think our brain was unchangeable by the time we reached adulthood, but in fact, we now know the brain is plastic, meaning it is continually changing, updating and upgrading itself.
If you are reading this right now, stop for a moment and see if you can remain focused on the moment you are in without your attention drifting into thoughts, labels, ideas, comparisons, songs or images.
See how long you can focus on a single thing before you are distracted by a thought, or the impulse to get up, move, fidget, worry or plan. You might like to pick something to look at or try listening to your breathing and the sounds of the room around you.
Try it for one minute and every time you lose concentration, refocus the mind back on the object you chose or your breath and hearing.
How long were you able to focus on a single thing?.
An ancient meditation tradition dating back 10,000 years, the word Mandala comes from the Sanskrit language and means circle. Used as a tool for self-development, focus and meditation, the mandala is an integral practice to Buddhist and Hindu religions.
The practise of Wu Wei is to make our process and actions as natural and effortless as possible, so we are flowing with, rather than against the current.