Meditation May Reduce Risk Of Suicidal Thoughts In Middle Schoolers

As I mentioned in a video about 2015’s energy, it is a tough year for young people.

There was so much to look forward to in 2015, and there were cautionary concerns too. You were able to choose to walk through the year unconsciously dealing with whatever occurs, or you were able to elect to consciously decide to be an informed participant. 
What were the trends for 2015? Watch the video and see for yourself. There’s confirmation everywhere … from heads nodding in the video, to people sharing, to the news on TV. Diana’s intention is to empower you and your future through insights and tips in the video. Garber says, “From Wall Street to Main Street, to your kitchen table … the video covers the gamut including weather. The point is knowledge is power when it is shared, and I’d rather you have information (to make educated decisions) than not have the information.”
What do you think of the information?

What does one do with that information? Look for ways to help! Here is something to consider…

I saw a program on TV where a troubled and violent school was turned around by meditation. The principal and teachers were interviewed for the show. They weren’t keen to try the meditation program (giving up time in the morning and afternoon from courseware), but it worked … improving statistics across the board (violence, grades, behavior, and self-esteem).

Here’s information from the Journal of School Psychology via the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. Enjoy!

I’m about to embark on a large elementary school. As we apply Feng Shui principles, I’ll keep you posted.
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May you be exceedingly, generously, and joyfully blessed,(c)         ~Diana