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Aug 16, 2020

Schools are starting across the world. Are we prepared for the impact the new normal school year will have on children and young adults? How can we help these most vulnerable members of our community? This week's theme of Surviving Uncertainty begins with an interview with Joseph Hamer, a compassionate second-grade teacher from Kansas, who wrote a book during the shutdown on how to help children manage emotional stress. Throughout this week, you'll explore ways to manage your own emotions so you can be the anchor for children in an uncertain world. This series is for you whether you have children or not! Enjoy learning how to manage your own emotional turmoil.
Be the rock for someone. Be the person who is calm and at peace during difficult times.
Affirmation - "Peace is within me."
Breathing - Inhale: Peace Exhale: tension
Mudra - Gyan Mudra
Chakra - 4th - at heart - compassion
Herb - Lavender - sleep + relaxation
Yoga Asana - Uttanasana - Standing Forward Bend

This is part 2 of a 7-part Surviving Uncertainty meditation series episodes 2082-2088.

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Resources: Music by Christopher Lloyd Clarke and Greg Keller.