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Ottawa Citizen Article on Bodhi School

Bodhi School at the Ottawa Shambhala Centre, and its founder Sheila Craig, have been mentioned in an article in the Ottawa Citizen.



Here is an excerpt from the article:

Kayleigh’s mother Sheila Craig believes connecting with that spirtiuality can be fun for children.

A Buddhist, Craig teaches the children’s group at the Ottawa Shambhala Meditation Centre, where one of her students’ favourite practices, called Candy Meditation, involves eating two candies either really slowly or really quickly and noticing the difference in taste, texture, enjoyment. The children then eat a third candy whichever way they like.

“This helps the kids slow down and focus on the moment, instead of having their minds go in 10 directions,” Craig says, adding that feeling connected to the moment you’re in is a big component of being spiritual. “It’s amazing to see the transformation kids can go through when they get in touch with their spiritual sides.”


For a complete version, you can check out the following link:

http://www.ottawacitizen.com/health/happy+kids/3350670/story.html

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