The Power of the Daily Energy Routine for a Kindergarten Teacher and Her Students

By Mary Lichtenstein

It all began when a kindergarten teacher sought me out in my private Eden Energy Medicine practice to help her with her anxiety issue. We worked together, and eventually she overcame her anxiety and improved her overall quality of life. She was so impressed with Eden Energy Medicine and the Daily Energy Routine (DER) that she started to teach and utilize it every day with her students. One day, she invited me to join her class, and I watched these little angels do the DER. She reported that the results were amazing for all the students, but especially one little boy.

When this little boy began kindergarten in September, he was non-verbal, aggressive, and just not happy. As a matter of fact, during the first week of school, he took off all his clothes and proceeded to wrap himself up in the carpet. His teacher was a bit overwhelmed and nervous, but she kept up with the DER every day. That was in September.

Fast forward to December to a totally different little boy. He was speaking, had very few outbursts, and was interacting with his classmates. The little boy’s speech pathologist, school psychologist, physical therapist, and the principal approached the teacher and asked, “What are you doing with this young man to have such amazing results?” The teacher explained, “It is something Mary Lichtenstein taught me, and now I have taught it to my class. It is called the Daily Energy Routine! Mary is an Advanced Eden Energy Medicine Practitioner and she has encouraged me to do this with my class.” The principal offered, “Well, it is obviously working, so keep it up.”

That she did, and all her students did well in their kindergarten class academically! Not only that, she only had TWO ABSENCES the whole year! For any of you who have ever taught in an elementary school, especially kindergarten, you will understand how absolutely amazing this is.

I have one more story to share about that amazing little boy. Get your tissues out, as it may bring tears to your eyes like it does mine. It was the end of the day on the last day of school before the students were released for their two-week winter holiday break. The little boy threw down his coat and his teacher asked, “Are you angry?” He looked up at her with big crocodile tears in his eyes and said, “YES, I am angry!” The teacher then asked, “Why are you angry?” and the little boy responded, “Because I will miss you!”

He wrapped his little arms around her and gave her the biggest hug. What an amazing impact on 22 little people. Just think what our world would be like if the DER was a part of all our schools’ curriculum!

You can reach Mary by emailing her at [email protected].