Learning is both an active and reflective process. Though we learn by doing, constructing, building, talking, and writing, we also learn by thinking about events, activities and experiences. This confluence of experiences (action) and thought (reflection) combines to create new knowledge. Both action and reflection are essential ingredients in the construction of knowledge.
In our last sharing session, we were privileged to spend time on deep reflection on a few topics.
Our Learning involves the focus on Plato’s directive, “know thyself” which can lead to a lifetime of investigation. Self-knowledge becomes an outcome of learning.
Deep Reflection on….
Reflection No. 1 : Allowing – Through allowing, you become what you are: vast, spacious. You become whole. You are not a fragment anymore, which is how the ego perceives itself. your true nature emerges,which is one with the nature of God.
Meditation: What are your life rules? Peel them off one by one….
Reflection No. 2 : Knowing thyself – knowing yourself goes far deeper than the adoption of a set of ideas or beliefs. Spiritual ideas and beliefs may at best be helpful pointers, but in themselves they rarely have the power to dislodge the more firmly established core concepts of who you think you are, which is part of the conditioning of the human mind.
Momentum Session: Who am i ?
We will continue our next session on more new learnings and reflection.
See you all in our next session again.
With Love & Light,