Free eBook - The Spirit Kid's Guide to Chakras

We are so excited to be able to share a brand new resource with you today. It's a completely free eBook introducing the chakras to kids in an easy to understand and fun way. It's been an absolute joy to create, and we really hope you'll like it.

We decided to start creating resources specifically aimed at children, because as WB grows older we're becoming very aware of the lack of kid friendly resources available. When I have wanted to explain concepts such as God, prayer, meditation, and healing, I have had to use my imagination to find ways of introducing such massive ideas in a way that he could grasp. And it is those experiences that have led to the development of our very first eBook for kids.

The book introduces the chakras both as a whole system and individually, helping children to learn about their names, their colours, their impact on our lives, and also how they can work with them. We have included some truly beautiful images within it, and then finished the book off with a guided visualisation set in a forest. It isn't too long and has been written in a friendly and chatty style, which we hope children of all ages will enjoy.

We'd love for you to download a copy and share it with the children in your life, whether they're you're own kids, the grandkids, or children you teach in school. In order to do so, you will need to subscribe to our newsletter. This simply allows us to keep you up to date with other resources we plan on developing throughout 2017 and beyond. 

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Amanda Shortman

I'm a 30-something mum to one, blogging her way through the completely beautiful and yet utterly confusing world of faith and spirituality. Ever since I started uni I've been on a journey of self-discovery that has led me to where I am today, somewhere between liberal Christianity and New Age Metaphysics, with a deep interest in interfaith dialogue. My greatest hope is to raise my son in a way that engenders confidence to find and walk his own path in life.