Nice little story, along with cute illustrations, that presents with themes of love and caring, getting in touch with feelings, being different, and inner exploration. A good teaching platform for parents of young children. -Amazon Review
“ True personal growth is about transcending the part of you that is not okay and needs protection.” – Michael A. Singer “
There are many ways to nurture children; and it is best through play. Stories that teach meditation without touching the word ; while will intertwine the breathing work and body awareness in a fun and active way. That will communicate with the active age group. Besides their minds will not associate breathing with meditation or being good; but purely as breathing. This is written in a fun, magical story : Children’s Picture Book : ‘Moli and The Magic Tunnel’.”
“What if we could see the impermanent of things through experiencing the past that lived many years ago ?
Moli and The Magic Tunnel explores the love that begins with oneself. With the magic of witnessing the past through an adventure of a time-machine tunnel, Moli is able to meet with his grandpa when he was younger and learns the nature of love as well as the impermanence of things. Eventually, he becomes aware of the nature of his changing emotions. ..And what it means to truly love himself before it is possible for him to do the same to others. A charming and heartwarming story for all ages.
Join Moli’s journey
through the time machine tunnel!!…
Let’s discover the changing of things that can be seen and those that have to be felt…and be the eyewitness of each moment.
About the Author
Jayada S. Sarela is a writer/artist. She believes the best way to teach kids is through play. Stories can show children how to meditate without necessarily touching the word, intertwining breathing work and body awareness in a fun and active way to this very active age group. Their minds will not necessarily associate breathing with meditation or being good, but purely as breathing. The adult readers of these stories can ask the child to follow along and do the breathing parts when they arise in the story. Learning should be fun, and “becoming” should be as natural as playing.