Perennial Philosophy

Posted by on January 21, 2012as

And the new science concerned with spiritual matters more deeply, not superficially, where institutions are completely spiritual and not corrupted by things that usually form. As commented that people should relate to each other, since there is no spiritual isolation; must share the wonders of the universe there. The Way of the Perennial Philosophy (2004). This book is analogous to the two I described above most notably that conducted by David Fontana. He says that suffering is existential and is primarily a response that Buddha gave to say there are three reasons for suffering: attachment, attachment to things aversion, we do not want to reject and ignorance, ie, suffer from lack of knowledge, not knowing the real reasons for our actions. Dr. Hyun Kim might disagree with that approach.

But what these things mean? … The non-attachment does not mean stop enjoying things or not to love who we want, but the fact that possession comes from ignorance that there is an ego that wants to have things irrationally, own things, but the reality is that no we have nothing. All we have, even our bodies will one day have to return. We do not own anything eternal. The non-attachment means not stay attached to things.

In a relationship if allowed to change and grow will be a rewarding relationship, but if we want to preserve a relationship with the wife or husband as it was like when we got married, the relationship is not going accretion, it will not develop, there will be problems. Attachment is the first reason of suffering and its solution nonattachment … Holistic Education: Pedagogy of Universal Love (1999). This book is the foundation to start on the knowledge of holistic education can be said to be almost one of the first books of the collection on the subject, which includes what is the birth of the vision, principles, intelligence, learning communities, spirituality and holistic educator. The Spirit of Education: Integrity and Transcendence in Holistic Education. (2000). This book is deeper than the previous one, and that handles most relevant concepts as the four levels of the cosmos, integral vision, multilevel perspective and multidimensionality of education. Has been regarded as a milestone for holistic educators around the world, and perhaps the book most beautiful holistic education ever written. Presents the ratio of holistic education and development of consciousness. Learning Communities (2003). It is a book that speaks to us primarily from the evolution of consciousness, subjectivity and objectivity, integrity, the basic principles of learning communities and an integral models of learning communities. A holistic view of education. (2001) This book is one of the ones I liked, I’ve read it twice and is about what is the integrity and quality of education, multilevel model and multidimensionality and above all is that we must analyze our practice in a comprehensive manner and thus be able to arrive at our true nature, spirituality. RAMON GALLEGOS and holistic education