Understanding your own human nature through paying attention to learn about yourself in particular ways using the Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human: A Self-Study Guide for Wellness will teach you (among other things) about your limitations, your amazing potential, and the myriad of possibilities for transcending those limits to fully self-realize and self-actualize. You … Continue reading Limits & Possibilities
“To know yourself you need not go to any book, to any priest, to any psychologist. The whole treasure is within yourself.” — Jiddu Krishnamurti Each of the five parts of the Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human: A Bikram Yoga Teacher's Self Study Guide for Wellness contains a rationale, helpful definitions, self-study exercises, and … Continue reading How to Use the Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human Self Study Guide for Wellness
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Learning is both the impetus and momentum for following the directions that guide you throughout your entire journey to know yourself. You might think of learning as the map of the landscape of you, while attention, self awareness, challenge and choice are directions to follow on that map. Adopting learning as a lifestyle, as growth-mindset, is integral to the other four directions in the Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human Self-Study Guide because without the attitude of the curious student, the wheel stops moving forward. As you learn, the wheel turns and gains momentum, further inspiring and motivating you to continue moving forward to steadily acquire wisdom and wellness.
Your Choices Define You. The Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human Self Study Guide will help you learn to manage your attention, become more self-aware, and develop resilience in the face of challenge, so you’ll inevitably make better, more mindful choices from a central locus of control. More self knowledge from self study will help … Continue reading Know Thyself, Part IV: Choice
Part III of the Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human Self Study Guide: Challenge
“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 Modern … Continue reading Know Thyself, Part II: Self Awareness
Attention “Tell me to what you pay attention and I will tell you who you are.” --Jose Ortega y Gasset The Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human Self Study Guide is about disconnecting from the competing stimuli in your outer world to reconnect to your inner world. It’s about the fear of missing “in” rather … Continue reading Know Thyself, Part I: Study Your Attention
I have heard Joe Rogan interview Jordan Peterson many times, so often that I was reluctant to listen to them talk again. As I plugged in my headphones and headed out the door on my usual morning walk with my fantastic dog, Finn, I asked myself, what else can I possibly learn from these guys? … Continue reading Adventures in Learning Familiar & Foreign
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 to … Continue reading Everybody Wants More Wisdom & Wellness
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“Knowing oneself is the beginning of all wisdom”---Aristotle As knowing thyself is the classic, foundational wisdom to all other kinds of growth, learning, achievement, and success, the Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human Self Study Guide is the platform upon which you can build, adding other advice, self-help programs, formal education, workplace training and more … Continue reading Self Study: The Beginning of All Wisdom
"Landscapes for Learning's Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human Self Study Guide is a set of simple directions, tools, and practices to show you how to live by the classic maxim, “know thyself” for modern teens and adults. It was created for people to actively integrate the process of knowing themselves into their daily lives, and … Continue reading “Know Thyself” Sure, but HOW?
HOW TO BE A GOOD HUMAN Your MIND is a POWERFUL weapon. LEARN to be a warrior and wield it INTENTIONALLY (MIND-fully). Excerpted from the brief video clip of Robert Greene (above)... Your attitude colors what you see. A negative attitude keeps you CLOSED and inflexible. Give up your sense of security that … Continue reading CHOOSE YOUR ATTITUDE
"There are three things extremely hard, Steel, a Diamond, and to know one's self." --- Benjamin FranklinThe Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human Self-Study Guide itself is simple, but knowing who you are is not easy. The five parts of the Self Study Guide contain simple directions to send you on your way, but you … Continue reading Know Thyself: Simple, Not Easy
The soon-to-be-completed Classic Wisdom for the Modern Human Self Study Guide contains the why and how to “know thyself” for wellness. It is a collection of tools and practices for you to know yourself better so you can express your uniqueness for a lifetime of wellness and wellbeing. The ancient dictum, “know thyself” from the Oracle … Continue reading Classic Wisdom for Modern Humans: A WORK IN PROGRESS
Listen to your nudges, bitches. They're never wrong. When you ignore them or you are too afraid to do what they ask, they usually show up as aches and pains in your body, or in your mind, or both. Denial, distraction, and ignorance will make you sick and suffer-- maybe not in the short term … Continue reading Listen to Your Nudges
In this first podcast, I introduce myself and my purpose for the Landscapes for Learning podcast. http://traffic.libsyn.com/landscapesforlearning/001_ABOUT_LFL_PODCAST.mp3 I was motivated to create the Landscapes for Learning project to counter students' and parents' and schools' over-valuation of grades and competition for college acceptance as the key to "the good life." As a long-time educator, I saw … Continue reading About LFL Podcast