To provide free meditation classes to people of all ages anywhere in the world with focus on children and teenagers living in impoverished and at-risk communities.
Our main goal is to encourage people of all ages and backgrounds to practice daily meditation. Our focus is to teach meditation to children, teenagers and college students from under-served communities worldwide.
Below lists some of the positive changes that occurs with meditation practice:
Improved self-esteem • Improved school performance
Diminished levels of conflict and violence within the school
Improvement of hyperactive behavior
Diminished effects of bullying
Improved decision-making skills
Awakening of creativity, be it through arts, music or talents
The Generation Meditation program was founded in 2013 by Jai Kartar Kaur (Cybelle Kantor) after spending some time in her native country, Brazil, teaching yoga and meditation to children and teenagers from an impoverished community. There, drug trafficking, robbery and violent crimes are a daily occurrence. The Generation Meditation program in Brazil is a award winning recipient of the first edition of 3HO Live to Give Grant Program. From there, the project expanded to the Dominican Republic, starting in 2014 with The Sugar Baby Project in partnership with another non-profit organization. This project introduced yoga and meditation classes to the children of Batey Bombita, an impoverished village made up mainly of sugar cane workers of Haitian descent. In the Orlando, FL area, our focus is to provide free meditation classes to college students and for teenagers that have been in trouble with the law. Our future goal is to bring meditation classes into juvenile detention centers across the US.