September 27, 2007

The Work Is Child's Play

Here's some video of the Children's Workshop for Kids, Teens, and Parents that was held last weekend in Ventura, California; kids getting clarity and having fun doing it. Fun is actually an enormous part of the experience of this investigation. It's a kick to see the correlation between thought and feeling, and to discover "that snake is a rope." And children, not having lived long enough to gather as much evidence as we can, don't put out as many "yeah buts."

I especially love hearing the mom at the end, who says that an eight year old was the best facilitator she ever had. (Perhaps I should take down my shingle!)(NOT!)

©2007 by Carol L. Skolnick; all rights reserved.


Jon Willis said...

Or it could be time to employ / sub-contract out to 8 year olds :-)

Carol L. Skolnick said...

Sure, I'm an equal-opportunity employer. As soon as Katie starts certifying eight-year-olds, I shall consider it. And if someone that young wanted to apply to the program, I'm guessing she wouldn't be able to find a reason why not!