ACLJ Challenges Buddhist Meditation Practices in Public Schools

ACLJ Challenges Buddhist Meditation Practices in Public Schools – Public schools in several states have started incorporating Buddhist meditation practices, and the American Center for Law and Justice is challenging this threat to the religious liberty rights of public school children.  Imagine your elementary school child explaining that their teacher asked them to close their eyes and obey an audio recording that tells them to clear their minds, to watch their memories and emotions float away on clouds, and to feel the love and warmth from their connection to the universe. Imagine that day after day, your child is subjected to 15-minute “Mindfulness” sessions that are similar to anciently established Buddhist and Hindu practices?  Read more: