The entry into the 21st century has been marked by the dizzying development of science and technology. We have learned to manipulate matter and energy in ways unimaginable only a few decades ago, and we have in our hands, resources and capabilities that a few years ago seemed unattainable. Communication has exploded, and all human beings now share the same media (Youtube, Twitter, Facebook), which also offer us increasingly better automatic translation systems, breaking the language barrier.
From the illustration, with the increasing emphasis on reason and objectivity, our education systems placed a growing emphasis on the objective things in life. We learn about the moon and the sun, about animals, about the chemistry and physics of particles, about society and its history, about economics, about the immediate objective need to pay the mortgage, but… does anyone teach us to relate to the subjective experience of life?
Traditionally, churches in different cultures, provided society with an explanation, with answers to the questions: “Who am I,” “where do I come from” and “where do I go.” But the answers they gave to society became obsolete with the advance of knowledge and with the new ideological proposals of contemporary times, where the empire of reason and objectivity (which make possible the progress of objective and scientific knowledge), is gradually displacing religion as a source of knowledge and valid answers for society, which becomes secular in its modes of organization in the West.
As a consequence of these prevailing ideas, society focused its attention on educating its members in the objective world. And little by little we were losing a consistent orientation to deal with the subjective experience of existence, to the experience of being human, to yearn, to feel, to love, to seek a better world, to understand our emotions and thoughts, to find the reality that exists within us, to deal with the inner life that we all experience at the same time as the objective world in which we live.
These facts have left our new generations orphaned from any education of practical tools to deal with the subjective experience of existence, to give meaning to their personal experiences, their emotions, longings, and fears as we leave this for everyone to find their own way without any guide nor guidance.
Within the principles of the education of the future developed by experts, it is said: “Training should not be limited to imparting only academic knowledge, but should also provide a comprehensive education that includes emotional intelligence, creativity, values, imagination, bodily expression, ability to concentrate and so on.”-Raman who is it attributed to?
Today, very few schools offer non-religious teachings to people on how to relate to their with the subjective experience of life(While at the same time being respectful of all beliefs). How do they relate to the emotions they feel, to their own interpretations, to their thoughts, with their decisions, to their personal experience of being an “I” to their destiny, to the meaning of their life.
At the same time, we do not teach them to develop essential competencies of the mind and intellect such as the capacity for concentration, the ability for relaxation, the capacity for introspection, the capacity for visualization and, etc…
In this course you will learn techniques and tools that you can share with your children to help them successfully grow to adulthood as balanced, integrated and peaceful people. People who think,
speak and act coherently. People who seek Peace within themselves first, who know that Peace resides within the inner part of one’s heart.
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