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We all know that the first seven years of our lives are the most important and decisive for our development as individuals.

Private kindergarten “Palavite Malchugani” is entered in the register of institutions in the preschool and school education system based on the order of the Minister of Education and Science.

When we meet a poorly mannered person, we usually judge that he “misses the first seven years.” What is behind these words and why do we attach such importance to the “First Seven”?

Science reveals that only 5% of the day we operate on our nervous system, using the creative capabilities of the conscious mind, and 95% of the day our lives are controlled by the programs in our subconscious.

For the first seven years, the mind operates at a low vibrational frequency, similar to the state in which we find ourselves under hypnosis. This is how our programs (new information), during the first seven years of life, are imprinted in the subconscious.

How we download programs in the subconscious

When we buy a new computer and turn it on, the built-in operating system prepares it for work. But if there are no programs on this computer, then the computer really can’t do anything. The situation is similar with children. When the brain develops, it has an “operating system”, but no “programs” in it.

This makes the first seven years of our lives decisive. Then the children “download information” by observing the behaviour of their parents, siblings and everyone in their immediate environment. In this way, the child learns all the behavioural characteristics necessary to be a functional member of the family and society as a whole.

What do negative programs do to us

These acquired programs are negative, debilitating, self-sabotaging and restrictive for the most part. They provoke self-criticism because we have been constantly criticized and urged to be better than we are (something we are not). Children fall victim to the constant urge to do better, to try harder, while also comparing them to others, which in turn creates a rival spirit in children and arouses fear of failure if they did not make it.

Hearing things that adults do not think literally, such as “no one will love you if…”, “you are not good enough”, or “you do not deserve”, they take literally (children begin to represent themselves with them). The program “Nobody loves me”, “I’m not good for anything”, “I’m not good enough”, “I don’t deserve” is recorded and printed in the subconscious. We then operate from the point of view of this program in the subconscious and create a reality based on the subconscious programs.

What basic skills do we build

At the age of seven, we build extremely important skills. Then we learn to recognize our environment and categorize it as favourable or hostile, and build skills for self-knowledge and communication with ourselves. In order to choose a working strategy in a hostile external environment, it is necessary to build sustainable internal foundations – to stand up and assert ourselves, to set boundaries and to learn to say “no”.

During this period we also create the basis of acceptance – of ourselves on the one hand and of the outside world – on the other. It depends on whether we enjoy life or accept it as a constant and hard struggle. That is why the responsibility of adults is so great – because it is up to us to provide children with positive experiences and learning through experience.


To realize our mission, we use a holistic approach to discover and develop the intellectual, emotional and physical potential of children. For the little ones, personal example is paramount. They learn by repeating and reproducing sounds and movements. This is the reason why we choose a bilingual model of communication.