Maureen Garth was an innovative teacher and writer about meditation who lived in Sydney, Australia. She died after completing the manuscript of Earthlight. In addition to her collections of childrens visualizations for older readers, The Inner Garden, InnerSpace,and The Power of the Inner Self.
We bought this book when he was 2 years old and he has loved it from the very first day.
What a great gift to give a child: the gift of peace, relaxation, imagination and a good night's sleep filled with pleasant dreams.
At the recommendations of a counsellor, my mum read me one of the stories every night before bed.
This has become a nightly part of our bedtime routine. They are short enough to keep our 3 1/2 year old interested and yet long enough to calm him down. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Karla Bullen
Guess my parents were good ol hippies. I remember this book from when i was a child and gotta say, really unforgetable memories of peace and tranquility. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Julian L. Fernandez
Book arrived on time and in good condition (seller was a thrift store) as for the book content, It is not specifically religious or secular as some have written, I think those... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kate
A beautiful book for parents/carers to share with children.Published 7 months ago by Amanda Rawlins
I just wanted to say for anyone who is unsure how much this book really works, at age 5 I had trouble sleeping due to high levels of anxiety. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Lucy Stafford
My children and I love the stories in this book. It helps relax all of us at bedtime, or whenever we might need it. Looking for more books like this to add to our evening routine!Published 9 months ago by amber
I bought this book when my 9 year old daughter had trouble turning off her mind at night. She found it helpful and liked it so much, she would even have me read meditations when... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Laura in Kansas
Easy to read and utilize both by parent and child. Variety of methods to try and use...if one doesn't work well, another one may. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Earlene Lockhart