Doesn’t it seem as though holiday celebrations start earlier and earlier every year? Halloween decorations were displayed in stores starting in August. While children should spend their last weeks of summer playing outside and getting ready to start the school year, they’re also already wondering what they’ll be for Halloween.
Halloween is a time to let children’s imaginations soar. They can transform into a knight, an animal, a super hero, an explorer, a veterinarian, a ballerina — whatever their heart’s desire. However, Halloween is also the time when greed rears its green eyes and head.
This Halloween, use the holiday to teach your children a valuable lesson in mindfulness, positivity, and love.
Read the rest of “How To Teach Children About Mindfulness During Halloween Celebrations” on The Huffington Post!