Helping Your Children to Express Inner Potential

Posted on September 7, 2016 by Leslie Ann Daniels

As you begin to help your children learn throughout the new school year, it is important to take a moment to reflect upon what it is you, as the home teacher, are providing for them. At the most basic level in grades kindergarten through fourth grade, you are helping your children with the learning process in the areas of language arts, mathematics, social studies and science, as well as the creative arts and health. As we all know, helping them learn these subjects well is very important. However, if you wish to make the most of this school year, you need to recognize that you are doing more than just helping your children become knowledgable in these areas. At a deeper level, you are helping them express their inner potential. The above mentioned subjects are just the focal points you will use in the process.
What do I mean by “expressing one’s inner potential”? I am referring to how we take what is inside – what is not visible – and express it outside of ourselves, so that the whole world can see it. This process of transforming the inner into the outer is called manifestation.
Oak Meadow founders, Bonnie and Lawrence Williams, believe that, in order to manifest our children’s education successfully, certain steps must be followed.
You need to have clear intention with your process and your goals.
You need to clear a space for learning.
You need to assess your progress daily and make adjustments.
Next week, I will share more of Oak Meadow’s detailed guidelines for helping in the teaching process. Until then, I wish you all the best for an exciting year of learning!