The new education, by the Master ñ
True education is the process by which an individual, through
gradual expansion of consciousness, contacts, knows and is able to express his or her inner divinity.
Education in the New Age, by George
An interview with author Benjamin Creme, highlighting improvements in education which are
coming due to a new awareness of what education is and the Aquarian energies which are fueling a more positive,
wholistic view of what it means to be human.
Schools without walls, by Patricia
An interview with the Master-- about the need for change in educational institutions based on
the autonomy of the child as a soul in incarnation.
Education crisis poses vast threat
discussion of UNICEF's 1999 survey of the state of the world's children, citing facts and figures showing the
urgent need for increased commitment to education world-wide.
A good education enhances spiritual growth, promotes right human relationships, develops
good citizens and contributes to world goodwill.
Esotericism in education -- notes from the
classroom, by Phyllis Power
A discussion of the value of esoteric concepts in education: informal
meditation, the fact of human interdependence, and the role of expansion of consciousness in developing human
Changing attitudes: the key to development
education, by Carrol Joy
Acceptance of the inherent oneness of humanity automatically involves a
new approach to the educational process. An article illustrating how the realization of this unity can be conveyed
to the student.
Toward a transformational education, by
An educator himself, correspondent Rozman discusses the direction education will take in
the future, based on the ideas of the Master Djwhal Khul in the Alice Bailey books.
Putting the soul into psychology: a
perspective from higher education, by Dorothy Jones
A discussion of the value of Transpersonal
Psychology in education: expanding personal awareness and enabling students to view life challenges as training
methods for Self-realization.
The work of the Christian church in education,
by Howard Ray Carey
Methodist minister Howard Carey reviews the ways in which the Christian church
educates its members, for better or worse.
The missing link in education, by
A new approach to education in which both hemispheres of the brain are brought
into balance and interplay will produce creative, well-adjusted children and adults, as illustrated by Pat
Theisen's Perceptual Enrichment Program.
Education in human values, interview with
Dr. Yoshio Takahashi, by Andrea Bistrich
An interview with Dr. Yoshio Takahashi, founder of the
Sai College in Japan, which promotes education in human values and international brotherhood.