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Creating Dynamic Development and Harmony in the Classroom
Their work is about developing the individual and collective "consciousness" of a class of children. Nick Drummond and Joan Berland developed a learning program based on recognizing consciousness as always being a primary part of our experience. Although it is not easily seen or widely recognized, it is something that can be pointed to, described and developed. "As educators, this means learning how to give attention to the interior as well as the exterior dimension of the classroom environment..."
For more information about the work of Nick and Joan, please go to http://www.goodreality.org/education/dynamicdevelopment.html
Date: 2011-01-28 22:37:24
Views: 56219
Rating: 5/5
Integral Education
Awakening to The Uncommon Path - Chapter 3 - Two Ways to Joy
This chapter takes a lighthearted look at the origin of the separate sense-of-self and the ego-mind whose role it is to defend that concept. It explains how we unknowingly develop an attached to this 'me'-sense because of the natural process of development, which occurs between four to seven years of age.
Chapter 3 continues by describing the ways in which we craft and secure our separate sense-of-self and how we eventually are molded by the opportunities and limitations of our particular culture. We also discover that there are two ways to joy. This chapter explains what these two paths are, how to recognize them, and how to select the way for you that will allow the complete expression of your full potential. This chapter ends with a look at the ego's response to the process of dead and dying with a beautiful except from author and Diamond Way Buddhist teacher, Lama Ole Nydahl.
Date: 2011-01-28 21:49:34
Views: 51834
Rating: 5/5
Awakening to The Uncommon Path
Integrate and embrace - an excerpt from an awakenedTV talk with Sensei Miles Kessler.
Aikido Sensei, Miles Kessler, is a Dharma Teacher, and the director of the Integral Dojo, Tel-Aviv. Miles is also a good spiritual friend. On his latest teaching tour, he visited Zurich, and I was lucky to enjoy a short walk with him, on a sunny afternoon...
We were talking about life, evolution, the future, spiritual practice, music, and of course Aikido. Someone happened to have had an awakenedTV video camera... :) I will share it all!
This video clip is an excerpt of our conversation. Miles explain the need to integrate levels of development. Not only accept but embrace and integrate. As an example he ask me to tell him about my feeling when going to a synagog.
Date: 2012-04-18 19:52:21
Views: 45820
Rating: 4.88/5
Integral Education
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