Japan Conscience

March 26th, 2013 by nathan Leave a reply »

The perennial philosophy is the eye of the spirit that uses the educator holistic to investigate the spiritual level without falling into reductionism or dogmatism: is a vision of universal love towards all beings, vision of peace beyond distinctions ideological, economic, political, gratitude for the benevolence of life, which leads us to a full presence in the world deeply creative (1). The previous paragraph allows me to make retrospective of the meaning of the perennial philosophy, for commenting on the dialogue of Isabella Colalillo Kates with Gallegos Nava, where precisely Gallegos says that we must understand education holistic as a process of evolution of consciousness: well, I also want to understand clearly the concept of conscience, and the dictionary transcribe the following: awareness is knowledge, notion: aware of his actions, of their rights. Feeling whereby man appreciates his actions: listen to the voice of conscience. Morality, righteousness, integrity: man of conscience. I think that it is of vital importance to understand the term conscience to which I am referring, since it speaks of knowledge, actions, righteousness. which in our work of teachers must apply and keep in mind, since the knowledge that we transmit must be clear, real, correct. Even consider not only a group or in an isolated manner, because as Colalillo Kates puts it, we must consider the change of systems, since it says not enough change to a single human being or a small group, but that change must be carried out at system level. We need people more prepared, more spiritual, without thinking of that spirituality is the religious, since you can convert into groups favoring only its members, falling at the level of the competition, as it is happening in Japan, trying to have a control for the purpose of destruction of the weakest. Gallegos this topic replied, that in today’s society there is a revival of religion, although some thinkers say that religion will retreat, leaving their own churches, giving the example of the Netherlands, since churches have become very bureaucratized structures, linked to power, with greater political participation is more earthly, mundane.


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