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Emotions

Family Sundays: Wakeful Wanderings

October 26, 2021
From the Rubin Museum: An art project aimed at generating self-reflection and mindfulness

Family Sundays: Mandala Lab

October 26, 2021
From the Rubin Museum: An engaging art project in mandala making with the aim of exploring our emotions

Thank You, Percival

May 12, 2021
Book review by Sally Devorsine: Percival the puppy teaches children how to juggle emotions and distractions and find inner peace.

Buddhist Wisdom as a Foundation for Education

January 21, 2021
Neil Amas writes about why Buddhist wisdom can add great value to a modern education, and what makes a Buddhist education unique.

How’s the Weather Inside and Outside?

January 7, 2021
Our emotions and feelings are like the weather, ever-changing and dependent on many causes and conditions. This unit helps students understand their emotions and the impermanent nature of phenomena, while teaching coping skills and strategies, and ultimately cultivating self-awareness, compassion, and improved focus.

Meet Andrew Jordan Nance and The Barefoot King

August 6, 2020
Author Andrew Jordan Nance introduces the major themes in his new book, The Barefoot King, and reads the first few pages aloud!

The Barefoot King

July 1, 2020
Based on the ancient wisdom of the Buddhist sage Shantideva, this story shows how we can find creative solutions when something is difficult or makes us frustrated.

How to Use the Body to End Stress and Tantrums

June 3, 2020
Five tips on how to practice tuning in to the body to manage emotions.

How to Raise an Emotionally Resilient Child

June 1, 2020
Emotional health, says parent coach Krissy Pozatek, means accepting the full range of human emotions, both the painful and the positive. For parents who wish their children nothing but happiness, that can be difficult.

Breathing Makes It Better

May 28, 2020
About the book Breathing Makes It Better: A Book for Sad Days, Mad Days, Glad Days, and All the Feelings In-Between