A blog about teaching, learning, and everything in between.
What love ‘is’ or ‘is not’ is misunderstood in some way. How are we as a species falling short, when it comes to accessing, interpreting, and applying love in our everyday interactions?
There is such value and importance of boundaries as we learn. Boundaries help us understand what we are doing, where we are going, and how we are going to get there. Without them, the choices we make can leave us open us to the dangerous aspects of the world. More importantly, learning without boundaries- or focus- prevents us from being able to exercise our truth from a place of centered wholeness.
There is a lot of emphasis on the projected image of self in this new decade we are about to commence; we have such a loud and growing external self: the self people like, comment on, and see/read, which causes them to react in various ways.
We are taught to repeat things; in school, we reinforce the idea that repetition is GOOD thing, and because of this “training,” our brain’s instinct to repeat gets made stronger. We subscribe to the group collective belief that repeating something is helpful for us.
Give pause, because in you there is the student-teacher learning to ease into your identity and fluency as a teacher. Learning comes in all shapes and sizes and experiences, and if you have never honed your teaching and leadership skills in your day to day life, your inner teacher may find repetition a bit challenging.
Sometimes, we do need to go deeper; often, the root cause of our physical challenges are deep and spiritual and profound, but sometimes…. I’m just hungry. Or over-tired… or I just, well…. Stink, and I need a shower.
As healers, we are taught that healing can come in all forms, that healing for an individual may not mean, “full recovery.” It has infinite meanings. Infinite ways of coming into existence.
In a split second, this student taught me more about the work I have to do in my life around flowing in harmony with my truth and listening to what I know is best and embodying true abundance in every moment than I could ever hope to teach him about Formal commands in a 80 minute Spanish class.
As a teacher, we are trained to steer the “boat” of our students’ experience in their learning journey. You can never anticipate EVERY student’s particular and unique set of needs all the time and stay incarnated.
The follow-up to my previous post. Forgiveness is a powerful tool.
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