Multidimension

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In this work shows its multilevel model and Multidimension sets where five whole levels in education (individual, social, community, Planetarium and kosmico) and binds them with the dimensions of being (cognitive, social, emotional, spiritual and body aesthetics) and this comes from the comprehensive vision for the formation of human beings with academic knowledge but with consciousness of being in all its dimensions, an education for life, which serves the development of the new man of the 21st century on a global basis. Since the beginning of my training as a holistic educator, when I discovered this differentiation, marked a part water, these concepts are in which most I put my effort to disseminate so teaching colleagues understand that the student deserves is respect him, listen carefully to modify the results, many times I heard colleagues mention that from now on they would treat their students as human beings, and my question was, do then as what they tried them?. This is one of my favorite books as you open your eyes to the way of making education holistic, involves the interdependence between what is comprehensive society and the evolution of consciousness through the holistic educator and his practice of holistic education. In the book, education and spirituality Dr. Gallegos Nava speaks about the relevance made clear that education holistic there is need to develop spirituality in students, and that term has caused controversy in the field of educators who are unaware of the principles, philosophy, holism deep vision because it creates confusion between religion and spiritualityIt should be clear for the holistic educator secular spirituality is experience, religion is belief, spirituality makes us autonomous and conscious, religion makes us dependent and unconscious. The espiritualidad is based on meditative practice, in the development of mindfulness, says Dr.

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Personal Development

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The word friendship is perhaps one of the words with more interpretations that exist. More than literal interpretations, I mean how it feel each one of us. Some understand friendship in terms of duty, others of submission, of interest, of sacrifice, of love, of brotherhood, of popularity, of weakness, of quantity and thus we could relate a few more. For you what is the meaning of the word friendship? My interpretation of friendship matches almost at the foot of the letter with which makes the RAE (Royal Spanish Academy) that says: pure, selfless, and personal affection shared with another person, who was born and is strengthened by the treatment. I would leave it as: selfless, and personal affection shared with another person, and that is strengthened by the continued treatment..

Already on the way I have pointed out the key words of the definition of my sense of friendship: selfless, shared and continued treatment with affection. However there will be who put in doubt that friendship can exist without a desire to get a benefit from it (NLP says that all behavior has a positive intention), but I think that what at least is possible is that this supposed interest is not the first reason. Friendship, as I understand it, is a path of two directions: one is given and another receives. Do not take this last comment in the literal, since neither give nor receive has to happen consciously. When we have a relationship of friendship, well understood, we are constantly receiving information, feelings, thoughts of quality, since it comes from a trusted source, and the same is true in the opposite direction. I be right if I say that this two-way flow impact decisively on our self-esteem and personal motivation. On the other hand, that friendship will allow us to socialize us in an easy and non-traumatic way. In my view, the great risk of friendship lies in the unit.

Friendship can be a reference and a complement, but should never be a substitute for our desires, our will. Our life must be governed (guided and directed) by each of us, based on our beliefs, values or thoughts. Our personal development can be influenced by our friends, but not directed by them. The ability to make friends that will complement and join you is one of your better social skills. Your friends, not discriminate instead learn from them; sometimes will be things that will help you to go on the good path, and others will help you to know the real dangers that you face; in both cases you will learn. As that famous phrase said, ask yourself what can I do for my friends? Be generous, because everything you do for them what you’re doing for you also. A greeting.

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Alejandro Rutto Martinez

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When we forget of prudence or simply leave it to the side of the road we get into the intricacies of recklessness, which leads us to the indiscretion to the unfortunate outputs and unnecessary tangles that put us in difficult situations. A reckless, when you visit the sick, he says without anesthesia: you must be careful. That have killed four people this week and that way your hospital visit leads to a contrary to the expected result. But much caution, prudence in excess can be harmful because it often leads to undesirable inaction, questioned negligence or sin by omission, contained in Chapter 4, Verse 17 of the book of James: who knows to do good and do not, commits sin. Prudence is, therefore, good counselor, but ceases to be a virtue, when there is the need to act and we take all the time in the world without a decision, which is another way of making a bad decision in the long run. Being prudent is a human expression and a way of opening up space in the world of chivalry, decency and healthy coexistence between all the occupants of the planetary spacecraft. Alejandro Rutto Martinez is a renowned journalist and Colombian writer, linked as a teacher at several Colombian universities.

He is author of four books and co-author of three others in which addresses the theme of leadership, ethics, and human development. It is often invitadocomo lecturer at congresses, forums and other academic events. Get in touch with him through corrreo or call cell 300 8055526.

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