Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Inner Landscape and the Evolution of Education

Inner Landscape and the Evolution of Education
~ Gwilda Wiyaka ~
There is indication that, as we move into a higher frequency environment, the children coming into the world are quite different than in times past. There is much talk of indigo, rainbow and crystal children with greater sensitivity, very different Design and needs.

Regardless of whether or not children are incarnating differently, there is no denying things are changing rapidly. From media bombardment and high speed computers to the blending of cultures, there is more stimulation and chaos demanding our attention than ever before.

With massive shifts occurring in the outer world, having a solid connection to our inner landscape is paramount.

What impact is this having on our children? How can we support them through the rapid changes of our time?  Do we need to rethink educational practices in order to provide children inner support?

Our guest this hour, Andres Gonzalez, is the Co-Founder and Marketing Director for the Holistic Life Foundation, Inc. in Baltimore, MD. Andres has taught yoga to diverse populations throughout the world, including Baltimore City Public School students, drug treatment centers, mental crisis facilities, homeless shelters, wellness centers, colleges, private schools, and other various venues throughout the nation and throughout the world. He has partnered with John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Health and the Penn State’s Prevention Research Center on a Stress and Relaxation Study, and is a published author in the Journal of Children’s Services. He is a certified Health Coach through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition, maintains a B.S. in Marketing from University of Maryland, College Park, and an MBA from the University of Maryland, University College.
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