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  • A great adventure! we did this activity with a great bunch of teachers as part of staff training the other week.Love your outfits 🙂 Have fun stick people
    Caroline @Outdoor Learning Consultancy

  • Wonderful!! So sorry we couldn’t be there …

  • Cassandra’s excitment about the jar continued when she got home. She *did* enthusiastically teach us all it.

    She awoke at night with a sore throat and couldn’t get back to sleep and was frustrated. She immediately asked for the jar. Being tired I was reticent to go find it (it was 3am). But she had put it right beside her bed! She shook it up and watched it. I heard her take some deep breaths and calm herself down and was asleep minutes later.

    • Dear Cassandra,

      I enjoyed making Mind Jars with you and your friends yesterday. Emily and I used them several times when we were feeling like we needed to CALM and have some space with our feelings. It is so neat that focusing on your breathing while you watch the water CLEAR also helps your mind CLEAR. Isn’t it?

      I’m so glad that you were able to use it in the night to help your body CALM and go to sleep.

      It’s a wonderful thing to be able to share what you learn with your family and friends. You can change the world by helping one person learn peaceful practices.

      Lots of love,
      Rebecca

  • Robert
    4 years ago

    I wish Isaac could have been around for this. Hopefully, he and Cass have talked, like they often do, and she has put him in mind of the mind jar. I’ll do what I can here.

  • This is brilliant! I love it!! I’ve wanted to do an insect hotel for a long time, but this is way better. Thanks Rebecca.

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