The Compass - Vipassana and the Young November 11, 2015 “Grown ups think that children don’t have problems, but we do . . . missing my mum, worrying about school work,feeling lonely, getting angry with my little sister. Why do I get so upset? Can’t I stop being bad tempered? …” Children come to learn meditation with many of the same aims and hopes as adults. Some hope “to become nicer to be around.” Others wish to be able to deal with stressful situations or to become more self-confident. In this month's Dhamma podcast listen to the inspiring experiences and stories of young people who have taken a children’s course. 8- The Compass - Vipassana and the Young as read by Ian Hetherington recorded 2014/2015 37 minutes Streaming Audio (ideal for users with slower Internet connections): Click here to listen Download (55 MB): Click here to download Realizing Change: Copyright, 2003 Vipassana Research Institute There is more information about vipassana meditation at Dhamma.org, and books and audio resources available for purchase in the Pariyatti bookstore. May all beings be happy!