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Daydreaming with kids

Published on 12 October 2019 at 07:00

Daydreaming is a very important part of a mindfulness life and that applies to children as well. Just fantasize, just do nothing and let everything flow.

Away from stimuli that children experience during the day, relax and unwind while the child's head develops fantasizing and learns to connect with itself, the source and the dream world.


"You create your world through dreams". It starts with a childish fantasy that forms the basis of the future.


It is the childlike energy, purity and the deeply connected soul wishes that you desperately need as a growing human being.

Through daydreams your child connects with itself, as it were, it strengthens your child her / his childhood manifestations and visions, creating a great combination between attracting what your child desires to his / her heart.


"The place in yourself"


In addition, daydreaming is the first step to better sleep, dreaming and processing everything that the day brought, including the childhood nightmares and fears that arise in a child's life. Trust in sleeping, dreaming, visions, meditations starts with daydreaming - the dream friend is a related experience of daydreaming.


The nice thing is that you can daydream together with your child, learning to daydream together in a playful way creates a great connection between parent / carer / guardian and child. Growing together and developing together from your source and base; you get to know your child and your child strengthens the soul connection in his / her turn from the highest good.

Why is daydreaming with your child so important?


It not only brings you closer to the feelings and desires, fears, wishes, dreams of your child. It also connects you with the soul, the source, the basis and your life mission of your child and vice versa. Your child gets to know you, trust you and grow together from the playful inner child. You learn to look at the world from a different point of view through your child.

Let it flow, connect with each other and discover what you can do together.

How to daydream with your child!

Searching for inner silence with your child can be deafening, scary, intensive or even uncomfortable. Doing something together is exciting, opening yourself up to your child and connecting towards the unknown together is a challenge for both. But once you've taken the step and deepened it little by little, the easier it goes.

Take the time to be together, find a nice place! You can think of a tent made of blankets, a high pile of pillows and / or in a tree house; let your imagination run wild. The place reflects the heart, safety, home, protection where you can open and share your soul.


"Being yourself is a daydream must".


Computer, telephone, radio, TV, radio off; no distractions and especially no energy to flow from outside. Create an atmosphere together where you can both completely relax. So make sure you have your agenda free, no one comes home, no distractions from friends and / or brothers, sisters and so on.


Sit upright together with your feet on the floor (bare feet), back straight; this way you stay active, conscious and yet relaxed daydreaming.

Start with a small fun exercise, you can learn to be quiet in a playful way. Start with a daydream word that your child chooses - Teddy bear, for example.


After which you go together to see how long the Teddy Bear can be quiet! ... Let your child answer how long the Teddy Bear can be quiet and what the Teddy Bear does? ...


You can take up the challenge with your child; we will try to be as quiet as the Teddy bear Then let it flow and develop. Each time you go a little further, after which you feel and strengthen the daydream connection deeper and deeper.


Compliment yourself and your child when you have finished your daydream moment - feel the energy flowing again, the connection growing again, the inspiration coming again and so on.

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