For some people, imagine children, maybe very young, sitting in silence and concentrating on themselves for a long period of time could seem almost like science fiction. And in fact, it is rare for a child not to be distracted by what surrounds him or at least not to suffer the boredom of a static and monotonous situation. But who said that, in order to meditate, we must remain firm? On the contrary, meditation can be perfectly adapted to children's needs: you can meditate by colouring, for example, or shaping clay. But also running, jumping and dancing are not prohibited activities. On the contrary, they are perfect gestures for a meditation that is really child-friendly.