In this video Kay answers the questions as to what skills she expects her students to acquire.
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What Skills Do You Expect Your Students To Acquire?
Helmut: So, that brings us to: What skills do you expect your students to acquire within the four year course?
Kay: Okay. I personally do not expect anybody to acquire anything, and that’s a word thing. We’re getting back to the word stuff and expecting, expectations, that’s part of what we call the No-No’s. You just don’t want to go there. There’s no need. I don’t expect and I don’t demand.
But what I offer and what I can lead you to in the class, many absolutely extraordinary things.
That’s the biggest and the best gift of all that’s the one that will serve you no matter what direction you go.
How far you take it, what you want to learn, how deep you want to go, with spirit friendships, there are so many different things within the tradition that you can focus on, and really get deep into, and they all require your Song.
That’s where it all starts, is knowing your Song, learning how to live it and be it every day, own, own, own it and identify with it.
Don’t identify with your masks, identify with your Song.
That is something through all the four years of this class. Major, major piece. It’s the foundation.
All the advanced classes that I teach it is a major piece. It’s learning about Song, learning more about Song. Learning more about experiencing and owning your Song and being in it all the time and unplugging the masks. That’s the baseline. Song and masks.