Kids Satsung

Coaching self-discovery, self-confidence and well being

These satsungs are especially designed for Indian-American kids to give them powerful tools and life skills within a frame work of a few, key elements of Indian culture. Each session is built around an important topic that helps kids deal with issues they face in their day-to-day lives in school and outside. Since kids love stories and stories are magical vehicles to carry important teachings, each session has a story. Each session ends with a five minute deep relaxation. Since kids lead very busy lives filled with after school activities, this once a week deep relaxation helps them sleep well and their bodies and minds rejuvenate.

In these satsungs, kids learn to relate to and develop a relationship with a loving God who is Light and Love - a God, whom they call Bhagwanji. He lives outside as well as in their hearts as their “very best friend”. This relationship, when developed at a young age, gives them an anchor for life. They also learn a couple of basic mantra and chants. Each satsung session lasts 30 minutes and holds totally the kids’ rapt attention.

1. Who is God?
2. You Are Fine Just The Way You Are.
3. Ahimsa (Not hurting anyone)
4. Keeping Good Company
5. Goodbye Fear
6. Boomerang
7. Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire
8. Diwali: The Festival of Lights (Victory of good over evil)
9. Don’t Worry, Be Happy: Happiness is a choice
10. Anger is for Babies, Big Kids Negotiate
11. Thanksgiving: living with an Attitude of Gratitude.
12. Persistence Pays: You will accomplish your goal if you keep at it.
13. Food for Thought
14. The Power of Love: The life and work of Mother Teresa
15. Christmas: The double blessings of giving and sharing
16. A Spacesuit for Planet Earth: Overcoming the fear of death (part 1)
17. Dr. Aruna Bhargava's "Kids Satsung with Nani" L2 Session 2 (6-10 yrs) Topic "A friend in need is a friend indeed!"
18. Life Is Not Always Fair
19. A Friend In Need Is A Friend Indeed
20. The Law of Karma
21. A High Five For Parents
22. You Can’t Please Everyone
23. The Story of Lord Ram
24. The Story of Lord Mahavir
25. When You Feel Sad Do the TTS (Triple Test for Sadness) and then use the CAS (Chase Away Sadness) Tool.
26. Anger (Part 2): Grown Ups Are People Too
27. Sticks and Stones May Break My Bones But Words Can Never Hurt Me
28. Stealing Is A No, No.
29. When Life Gives You Lemons Make Lemonade: How Batman made lemonade.
30. A Thing Of Beauty Is A Joy Forever: Learning to appreciate the beauty of nature and the arts
31. Stories From Indian Mythology (part 1): Hanuman
32. Self-Esteem (Part 2): There is a wonderful treasure within you
33. Stories from Indian Mythology (part 2): Bhima and the poisoned laddoos
34. Think Positive And be Happy
35. The Mysterious and Miraculous Story of Baby Krishna
36. The Mysterious and Miraculous Story of Baby Krishna (continued)
37. Greed: How much is enough?
38. Rakhi: A celebration of love between a brother and sister
39. Indian Mythological Stories (part 3): “Samudra Manthan” or the churning of the ocean
40. Indian Mythological Stories (part 4): “Samudra Manthan” (continued)
41. The Difference Between Self-Respect and Arrogance
42. Indian Mythological Stories (part 4): How the holy river Ganga came down to earth from the heavens
Forgiveness Is The Key To Happiness
Mahatma Gandhi
45. Indian Mythological Stories (part 5): Goddess Durga
46. Dr. Aruna Bhargava's "Kids Satsung with Nani" L2 Session 2 (10 yrs. and older) Topic "Just because you failed at something doesn't make you a failure."
47. The Only Thing Permanent In Life Is Change (part 1)
48. The Only Thing Permanent In Life Is Change (part 2)
49. What Did The Buddha Say To The Cyber Bully? Be Compassionate!
50. Meerabai’s Life and Krishna’s Teaching
51. Anger Is One Letter Away From Danger
52. God Loves You Unconditionally

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