Here is a question that comes up from time to time:
I've been very pleased with the classes so far, and [my child] really seems to be growing in his self awareness. I have not practiced meditation very much myself, so I was wondering if this class remains relevant to keep taking, or does it start to become too repetitive?
Repetition is key as the practice of it sinks deeper into the psyche of the student. It's the answer for both kids and adults, actually. We do vary it, but not too much, so they can experience becoming familiar, expert, and even the boredom of it.
The boredom of it often is the space where the shift (and the sh*&) happens. The space where ironically, we don't think anything is happening. It's when most adults tend to quit, and those who work through it transform.
We don't dwell for too long in that space with the kids, because it is a real work in progress balancing what we want to bring to them that is critical while we develop in them the love of meditation. But the point is, the repetition and familiarity allows the different stages to work the individual.
Kundalini Yoga Quotes:
“I’d never felt anything like it; it was just an opening of energy and a feeling of such liberation.” -Marika Bethel, owner, Glowing House