Meditation

What is Meditation?

Despite all its popularity, today very few of us truly know what meditation is. Some regard meditation is the mental concentration on something; others consider that we meditate when we imagine something that gives us peace or satisfaction. All these methods are being with one goal to slow down, and eventually completely stop the incessant activity of our minds. These exercises are not really meditation. They are substitutes for meditation because it is normally very difficult to stop our minds all together. In reality, meditation is a state of thoughtless awareness. It is not an act of doing. It is a state of awareness. We are either in this state or we are not, regardless of what we are doing in life.

Meditation can help teachers to be calm and confident in dealing with the students. Meditation is also good for children to get over their stress and enhance their learning experience.

Educating children should be holistic, not just a process of stuffing their head with information. Just coming to the class and learning a few lessons is not really bringing up a child. We have to see the needs for complete development because body and mind are linked. The body and mind are so linked that what we put in the body reflects in the mind and what is in the mind reflects in the body. Human values need to be cultured for the sake of the mind and the body.

Student stress

For school going kids, nowadays it is a stressful experience with worries about peer pressure, studies, future decisions, and competition. Regular practice of meditation is the need of the hour - to reverse these negative experiences and prepare for a bright future.

Meditation can make children calmer, more peaceful, happier and relaxed - every time they practice it. This increases their attention in the classroom and of course the retention of the knowledge they gain.

Benefits of meditation for school going children:

  • Improves their creativity
  • Improves their concentration
  • Reduces stress levels
  • Enables better interaction with peers. 

 

How MPKP Training Methodology will help Students?

  1. Our Well Sounded and Guided Meditation helps Students with higher optimism, more positive emotions, stronger self-identity, greater self-acceptance and took better care of their health as well as experiencing reduced anxiety, stress and depression.
  2. Deep inside, everyone is an Einstein: Students practicing meditation benefit from increases in brain function across the board. Most dramatic increases occur in creative thinking, practical intelligence, and IQ.
  3. Academic Stress goes down: Not only do their grades improve, but students who practice meditation report lower levels of stress.
  4. Meditation helps the social life of students by leading to increases in pro-social behavior (like helping others) and decreases in anti-social behavior (like anger and disobedience).
  5.  Meditation is found to improve a host of academic and learning skills in students. These included faster information processing, greater focus, more effective working memory, more creativity and cognitive flexibility.

Testimonials


“I just wanted to add my thanks to MPKP. My daughter commented after our meeting that. ‘Now she is excited’ about college planning. Up until now our experience have made her stressed, insecure and overwhelmed. I really appreciate your helping her see this experience can be positive and exciting."

Mrs.Radhika

“I wanted to take a moment to express my Thanks to MPKP for counseling my son Satwinder through a difficult time in his life. I saw a visceral Change in his attitude and I truly believe this is the start of something wonderful for him”.

Harbans Singh

“The Training was fantastic. I have learned so many new techniques and Strategies that I want to go back to the classroom to use the ice breakers, tips on Body Language and better Listening Skills. I feel after this training, I am a Stronger Teacher”.

Amrit Kaur (Bright Future Akal Academy)

“I found most helpful in this training how to communicate with the youth relating to them on their level. I now realize how important praise is- it keeps me more positive. I feel prepared to teach Life Skills to the youth I work with. The trainer showed us how to encourage group Discussions and Conduct Interactive Seminars.”

Kirandeep Kaur (SMS School Barara)

A highly impressive Programme that has given teachers an insight into their student’s life and guide them towards a positive career Path.”

Gurpreet Kaur (SMS School Barara)