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Chris Hemsworth and Taika Waititi are collaborating to bring children around the world guided meditation

Chris Hemsworth discussed the importance of mental health amid the current health crisis that has overtaken the entire world.
by Apoorv Shandilya | April 07, 2020 19:56 IST
Chris Hemsworth and Taika Waititi are collaborating to bring children around the world guided meditation

The lockdown in place by many countries due to the Coronavirus pandemic has left many dealing with their mental health with little to no support. Some stars and celebrities, however, are trying to change this. In a recent social media post-Thor actor Chris Hemsworth discussed the importance of mental health amid the current health crisis that has overtaken the entire world.
 
Hemsworth announced that he is collaborating with famous director Taika Waititi to bring children around the world some guided meditation. The meditation will help kids deal with their anxiety. The whole program will be available for free through Centr. Hemsworth added that clinical psychologists will be writing and making guided meditation programs. The programs are meant for people of all ages but target mostly kids from the age of 4-10.
 
Taking to his Instagram Chris Hemsworth shared a clip of himself announcing the news. In the video, he says, “If you find yourself in a situation like myself, like a lot of people, where you’re having to homeschool your kids and you’re failing miserably. ‘Cause it’s not an easy task, it’s a very, very difficult job, teaching. And I have boundless, unlimited respect for teachers, globally, universally, and I thank them for that. If you are having this job, a friend of mine suggested doing these guided meditations with them [your kids]."
 
He added saying, "We have six [free] weeks available for you until April 5. So yeah, get involved happy, safe, lots of love.”
 
Taika Waititi and Chris Hemsworth are next bringing Marvel fans, Thor 4 which is titled Thor: Love and Thunder.
 
 
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