My World Book Series

Evolving Positive Mindset – Transformational book series for children

A child’s outer world is a reflection of their inner world. My World is a unique and refreshing guide for parents and teachers to evolve a positive growth mindset in children through stories, positive words, affirmative phrases, and mindfulness activities. Designed to be interactive, this beautifully illustrated book can be read to a child from the age of 2. The first series, to be launched in 2020, is activities. The first series, to be launched in 2020,
is a simple and inspiring book with enriching topics like celebrating uniqueness and embracing patience.

 It shines a light on the importance of knowing oneself before embarking on a journey of outward learning. With a combination of fiction and non-fiction, this book offers innovative, easy-to-implement suggestions and proven techniques to build a solid foundation at an early age. Ideal to be read with children from the age of 2, MY WORLD is an excellent guide for would-be
and new parents as well.
Some of the highlights of MY WORLD are:
•Introduction of archetypes derived from nature
•Beautifully illustrated short stories
•Simple and powerful affirmations
•Everyday mindfulness techniques
•Introduction of the P3 technique to evolve positive mindset
•Questions to initiate a positive discussion
•Scientific explanation of the facts
•Vocabulary of positive words and phrases
•Explanatory notes for parents


Our mission is to become a global hub of inspiration for youngsters and introduce transformational life skills as an essential parallel education for every child. We envisage having a collective group of mentors who will be expert in field of neuroscience, mindfulness, positive parenting, evolved education and performing arts. These mentors are  the torch bearers and the knowledge oracle of My World. They will share our joint passion of nurturing a child’ curiosity and raise a generation of humans who have evolved multiple perceptions, are emotionally resilient, have deeper compassion and an awakened consciousness level.


Why do we need to adapt

positive mindset?

In recent years, there has been a stark rise in depression, anxiety and loneliness in children.  One in eight children in England is living with a mental health problem, according to an NHS report that shows an increase in the conditions over the last decade.

In a class of 30 children, this means four could be expected to be contending with emotional disorders, such as depression and anxiety, behavioural or hyperactive disorders that are impacting their wellbeing.

When a generation of children are struggling with their mental health with many having low self-esteem which is a prime reason for depression, anxiety and hopelessness, we are fundamentally failing our young people.

Postive Mindset

Can a positive mindset help and be cultivated?

A positive mindset transforms the way one engages with the world. Positive mindset enables individuals through maintaining a realistic and optimistic, mindset in the face of challenges, whereby they draw on their strengths and capacities and work through the situation more optimistically than pessimistically.
With the use of positive words, mindfulness and visualisation techniques, it is possible to embed this approach and uproot the negative beliefs that one dwells in their mind about themselves or the world around them


It is now scientifically proven that

people with a positive mindset

are mentally and physically healthier.

So why not embrace this approach right from the beginning when the brain is growing and more flexible to adapt?

Scientific studies have proved that by the age three, the child's brain is actually twice as active as an adult's. It has some 15,000 synapses or connections per neuron, many more than in the adult brain. The neural network expands exponentially. If they are not used repeatedly, or often enough, they are eliminated. In this way, experience plays a crucial role in “wiring” a young child’s brain. Early childhood is the time to build either a strong and supportive, or fragile and unreliable foundation. Through positive programming it is possible to rewire the brain to inculcate positive approach in life through the power of words, affirmations and visualisation techniques.