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Philosophy, simplicity and revelation
Serge Benhayon brings the one thing to philosophy that has been missing for centuries – simplicity.
The importance of self-responsibility
Tanya Curtis offers that when our focus as mental health professionals shifts to a foundation of self responsibility, then we will be able to impact positively on our clients psychological wellbeing.
The Way of Initiation – The Development of Energetic Awareness
Initiation is an inner development and not something that can be externally acquired or bestowed on us by anyone.
Beauty and grace in academia: Where has it gone?
The state of play in the education system today ultimately reveals a disconnection and it is clear that vitality and inspiration have become largely absent from our classrooms. We must ask what is really going on?
Trying hard – the key to our success or part of our demise?
So much of how we go through the education system is based on our ability to try hard, which although could be seen as a natural part of learning, may also have a darker side to it.
Self-Care: the key to success in University
Danielle’s experience at university shows that there is much more to academic success than top marks.
The road back to music and educating children
From the pressure to be top dog and prove himself as a musician to bringing music alive with children in the classroom, musician and teacher Daniel Bennier shares what shuts us down to our natural joy of music and what restores us.
Philosophy on a whiteboard
A whiteboard can be a very useful tool when used for true purpose, in this case helping a family adjust their daily rhythms through inspiration and reminders.
Education is Good: or is it?
Across the world we have determined the saviour of many of our problems to be education. But what if you found out it was making us ill?
Care, relationships and postgraduate students: no ‘one size fits all’.
Education can be a cold and lonely place. Competing for higher marks relationships take a poor last place, leaving students feeling downbeat when they don’t achieve what their peers ‘achieve’.
Studying a PhD with a difference makes a difference
Can there be a simple and nurturing way to study without ending up frazzled? Absolutely! The Way of The Livingness and Teachings of Serge Benhayon offer a new way – one where self-care is at the forefront, and with self-care as our foundation, even the sky is not the limit with what we can accomplish.
What does school look like?
Could it be that the greatest education that can be gained in the world takes place well beyond the confines of any one school?