What is the Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human Self Study Guide and why does everyone need a copy?
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Writing for Self Realization
Writing is a powerful tool for self-study for wisdom and wellness.
Know Thyself, Part II: Self Awareness
“If you don’t have self-awareness, if you are not able to manage your distressing emotions, if you can’t have empathy and have effective relationships, then no matter how smart you are, you are not going to get very far.” —-Daniel Goleman Self Awareness is Part II of Landscapes for Learning’s Classic Wisdom for the ModernContinue reading “Know Thyself, Part II: Self Awareness”
Everybody Wants More Wisdom & Wellness
Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human Self Study Guide Coming Soon! I believe so strongly that dedicating more time and energy to understanding oneself is the foundation for balance and wellness in this day and age of speed and data overwhelm that I left the security of my career as a high school teacher toContinue reading “Everybody Wants More Wisdom & Wellness”
“It’s not about the “A” I may or may not get on this “paper” I am writing, this new life I am building. It’s about allowing the creativity to come and work its way through me, participating in the building without total control or clinging, and observing myself on the journey, noticing that I amContinue reading “Building Curriculum”
Podcast Redux with Grace Tempany
Traveling Landscapes for Learning, Inside and Out, with Grace Tempany http://traffic.libsyn.com/landscapesforlearning/Grace2FINALFINAL.mp3 “One is never afraid of the unknown; one is afraid of the known coming to an end.” —-Jiddu Krishnamurti Traveling the landscapes for learning is a challenge for so many of us human beings, but Grace Tempany’s personality, disposition, and training in self-inquiry makesContinue reading “Podcast Redux with Grace Tempany”
Podcast: The Value of Silent Meditation with Allen Gaskell
ITunes Podcast: 006: The Value of Silent Meditation with Allen Gaskell “All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room alone” — Blaise Pascal One of my goals with the Landscapes for Learning project is to draw more attention to the need for an explicitly taught wisdom curriculum for highContinue reading “Podcast: The Value of Silent Meditation with Allen Gaskell”