Sweet dreams for chil­dren

Belfast Telegraph - Weekend - - COMPETITIONS -

Have you heard of the lat­est trend from Den­mark yet? Hygge is the Dan­ish way of do­ing things — it sig­ni­fies co­zi­ness, com­fort and con­tent­ment — and has been widely talked about in the last year or two. So is one of Den­mark’s lat­est ex­ports, Gitte Win­ter Grau­gaard, the best-sell­ing au­thor of The Chil­dren’s Med­i­ta­tions In My Heart. Her book en­ables chil­dren through four med­i­ta­tive sto­ries to not just fall asleep within min­utes, but also to re­lax in stress­ful sit­u­a­tions. The book is vail­able from www.ama­zon.co.uk, priced £14.95 for a hard copy, £4.97 for a kin­dle copy and £5.09 for a pdf down­load from www.room­for­reflec­tion.com. It is be­gin­ning to change bedtime rou­tines all over the world.

And per­haps it will prove in­valu­able to mothers of new ba­bies like Kather­ine Jenk­ins (left) whose son Xander was born ear­lier this week.

Now, seven lucky read­ers will be able to have their own copy of this beau­ti­ful book. To be in with a chance of win­ning, just an­swer the fol­low­ing ques­tion:

Name the au­thor of The Chil­dren’s Med­i­ta­tions In My Heart?

WORTH £105

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