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.b Beditation by MiSP

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Published on Sep 9, 2016

Have a go at this practice to see for yourself how mindfulness works. Learn how kindness and patience are needed to train the mind.

Beditation is the 3rd of 8 animations by Mindfulness in Schools Project (MiSP - https://mindfulnessinschools.org/) to support the .b course (https://mindfulnessinschools.org/what...) for 11 to 18 year-olds.

.b is a classroom-based course first conceived in 2008. Since then it has been constantly evolving in response to feedback from both students and teachers. These animations are designed to support
students with their home practice after each classroom lesson. They are freely available on http://www.dotbe.org/

MiSP is a registered charity whose aim is to bring mindfulness to young people and those who care for them. Key to our vision is that the quality of our teaching materials and the training of those who
deliver them in the classroom is of the highest standard. Our courses can only be taught in schools by MiSP-trained teachers (https://mindfulnessinschools.org/cour...) who have an established mindfulness practice.

MiSP would like to thank animator Martin Pickles (http://martinpickles.com/) for his outstanding work. Many thanks also to Tom Lowe (http://lowe-frequency.co.uk/) for the sound design, Tanera Dawkins (http://www.taneradawkins.com/TANWEBSI...) for the music, and Niamh Bruce (https://www.sanctuary.ie/facilitators...) for her voice. The concept of the swirling circles was developed by Geoff Marsh (http://geoffmarsh.com/) and Sam Woolf. (http://samwoolf.net/)

© Mindfulness in Schools Project 2016. All rights reserved.

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