"If I had an hour to solve a problem, I'd spend the first 55 minutes defining the question." Albert Einstein The next Intuition in Education conversation is this Thursday at 12pm ET. Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIpcO6upjgvE9W3_NiJwlz37GZrpMS_rub9 These conversations are for any parent, educator, facilitator, mentor, coach, guide who wants to create more engaging, immersive, satisfying, and joyful learning experiences.… Continue reading Why do we ask questions?
Have you heard of Matías de Stefano? He became known because when he was 3 years old, he started having complete recollection of his past lives - all of them. And not just past lives, but he has access to what one might call "complete" memory - the history of all of creation. He's quite… Continue reading Must Watch for Conscious Educators
Photo by Tom Gainor on Unsplash In the old paradigm, the role of teachers and schooling is to reinforce the dominant and dominating systems. Today, as we experience shifts within and around us that bring an awakening and expansion of consciousness, what is the role of educators now? Here's a map that reflects how I am experiencing our… Continue reading Wayshowers into the New
Are you a parent, educator, facilitator, counselor, visionary leader committed to the emotional well-being, creativity, and lifelong learning of your learners and yourself, in service of a vision for a flourishing humanity and thriving planet? You are invited to join a conversation to share your vision and your questions, to talk about your challenges and… Continue reading A Global Community of Conscious Educators
Last month I sent a short email to the AERO (Alternative Education Resource Organization) list requesting to have conversations with educators who are interested in the role of intuition in education. I was so pleased to have 9 interviews, and could easily (and may still) have more. I promised to share with the people I… Continue reading Intuitive Educators
Intelligence is more than intellect The educational system is focused on developing the intellect. The intellect is viewed as being located in the brain, experienced as the thoughts we have in our head, and demonstrated through writing and test taking. My work is to expand this limited view by introducing new practices that create richer… Continue reading Teaching Empathic Intelligence to Teens – Part 2: Developmental Stages
Summary: This post describes an exercise I use with teens for developing their expanded knowing called the Fairy Tale Game. My work is oriented towards one goal: that all humans access their Expanded Knowing. Gratefully, since this is a natural part of our humanness, accessing it is actually quite simple - and even more so… Continue reading Teaching Empathic Intelligence to Teens: Part 1 – The Fairy Tale Game