The best way to get effective results in a short time is to meditate. This article is about a recent change in my family.
I’ve got two sons. Those two are 16 and 15. They’re in puberty, so they fight a lot. My eldest son has suffered frequent accidents at school, like torn jaws and bruised legs. His attention seems to have been lacking. My second son hit a classmate, broke his friend’s glasses, and cut his face a month and a half ago. He couldn’t hold back his anger at the time. Due to my second son’s intellectual disability, my husband, I, and his school teachers didn’t think he could change his behavior. It was so bad that I thought there needed to be constant and slightly coercive education so he wouldn’t resort to violence.
From an adult’s perspective, most adolescents have problems. My sons’ problems were always on my mind, and I worried about what would happen if an accident at school disrupted my peace. As a result, I needed to remove my worries, so I recommended meditation to my sons.
It’s been almost 2 months since the two sons started meditating. Kids get guidance from online meditation experts, and so do I. Each of us throws away the burdens in our hearts. Every Sunday, during a 40-minute meditation session, starting at 7:00 p.m. I get rid of all the crap in my head.
The eldest son said he wanted to get rid of his jealous heart. Having heard the meditation teacher say, ‘You are tall, handsome, and good at studying, I was surprised to hear that you are jealous.’ He honestly replied, ‘I am jealous of my younger brother.’
My second son said, “I want to get rid of anger and resentment.” I was surprised. Because of his low intelligence, I was worried he wouldn’t know what he was thinking, but he did.
It’s hard to close your eyes and meditate for 40 minutes. Even adults find it hard. Children don’t sit in a straight posture and concentrate all the time. However, I don’t nag them and meditate like a student. I was certain that if I meditated like this every week, things would change. Feelings like jealousy, resentment, hatred, anger, worry, anxiety, doubt… It’s because the negative thoughts we’ve accumulated gradually disappear.
I got a question last Thursday from a physical education teacher who teaches soccer to my second son.
‘Donna, what’s going on with Michael? He’s changed so much in class. There’s no fighting between him and his friends. He listened carefully and followed my instructions. I’m wondering how you taught your son so well,’
he was surprised. It was understandable why the teacher praised the kid because I noticed he became calmer and less angry at home.
That’s what I told the P.E. teacher.
‘Sir, I’ve changed my mind. Instead of protecting my kid, I should discipline him properly. There was a change of heart between Michael and me.’
There’s a simple way to work smarter than hard. You’ve got to change your mind. Worry, anxiety, anger, failure experience, inferiority complex, jealousy… Such a mind decreases efficiency. If you throw away this negative mind, you’ll only have a positive one. With this mindset, you can succeed.
The school health teacher and the local plastic surgeon took better care of me than I did when my eldest son’s jaw was torn.
When my second son hit a friend, the homeroom teacher spoke to the victim’s parents more sincerely than I did, and the special class teacher stood by my side while I disciplined him.
People around me always protect me and my family. You’re the same. All we need to do is get rid of the stressful and negative thoughts that stop us from being happy. With the help of grateful people, we can take advantage of a civilization that keeps growing.
Please watch the video below and let me know if you have any questions. I also want to be a person who can help someone now.