Introduction The meditations/exercises: 1. Morning routine: Strong tree 2. Self-value: Ladybirds 3. Illness/pain: Magical fairy dust 4. Unsettled: Nature awareness 5. Tired: Powerful yellow! 6. Fear: Archangel Michael 7. Exams/competition: Let's visualize! 8. Sad: Hands, knees and forehead on the grass 9. Trepidation/insecurity: Breathing in of colors 10. Creating of lots of happy things: Gratefulness 11. Protect your energy at the beginning of your day: Favorite color light bubble 12. Busy day around many people: Cleansing shower 13. Nervous/stress: Sssshh 14. Fight with friend/restore the balance: Blowing back of energy 15. Anger: Vacuum and crazy runaround 16. Self-love: Notice yourself 17. Trust: Breathe 18. Loss: We are all connected 19. Being separated from a loved one/home/unknown territory: My friend, the dragon 20. Worry: Emptying the bag of worry 21. Helping others: Magic fairy wand 22. Your wishes come true: Dream your dream Conclusion
Marie Delanote has been a practicing healer for many years. She provides one on one consultations in chakra therapy, crystal therapy, working with Ethereal Crystals, Past Life Regression therapy. For more info see: www.mariedelanote.com Jokanies' great love for music and drawing has always helped him in collecting and creating ideas, designing posters, book illustrations, animation characters, digital paintings. He has worked on small and big projects for companies, associations, authors, stores, always with focus on illustration and communication.
Delanote carefully designed this book to help parents talk with their children about emotions. From the basics of grounding themselves like a strong tree and choosing the emotion they want to start their day with, through learning to sprinkle gold fairy dust on pain, to emptying the backpack of worry, these 1 - 10 minute exercises will allow children to discern and talk about emotional states while they develop a set of skills for managing them. Jokanies' charming and diverse illustrations are filled with smiling, peaceful faces and lots of the little critters that children love to find in their picture books. While the book is simple enough for parents to use, it will also prove a valuable tool for clinicians. -- Anna Jedrziewski * Retailing Insight *