School is Optional
Ken Danford speaks about the necessity of a new approach towards school. Often seen as a mandatory step in life, where children and teenagers have to suffer the trance of being obliged to learn matters in which there are not interested, until they are old enough to gain control of their daily activities, Ken Danford speaks about how this trance is actually optional, existing several paths ‚??other than schooling- which can lead to the same amount of success in life.
Change Schooling. Jean-Baptiste speaks about the necessity of developing new ways of education, in which children are able to be themselves and use their own abilities to further their learning process.
Lama Lobsang started caring for 33 children on a temporary basis after an earthquake. "After that, more and more came," he said. "They may be orphans, or from single-parent families," he said, "but I want to give them all a home." And now, he is looking after 170 children.
The tibetan monk who has taken in 170 children
Sesha comparte con nosotros la multiplicidad del yo, diserta sobre la gran complejidad de dicho concepto, sobre su aparici√≥n, su creaci√≥n y su carencia de uniformidad.
La naturaleza del yo, Sesha
Al estar despersonalizados uno no es consciente de que lo est√°, porque si tomase conciencia dejar√≠a en el momento de estar despersonalizado. No se detecta, pero es tarea nuestra tomar consciencia y conocernos por dentro para conocernos por fuera.