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60 A Johns Hopkins Study Reveals the Scientific Secret to Double How Fast You Learn 26
Coaching/Training
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Date add : 11/18/2020

A Johns Hopkins Study Reveals the Scientific Secret to Double How Fast You Learn

Making one small change to the way you practice can make a huge difference in how quickly you gain new skills.

  • Jeff Haden

When you're trying to learn something new - like, say, making that new sales demo really sing - you need to practice. When you're trying to gain expertise, how much you practice is definitely important.

But even more important is the way you practice.

Most people simply repeat the same moves. Like playing scales on the piano, over and over again. Or going through the same list of vocabulary words, over and over again. Or, well, repeating anything over and over again in the hopes you will master that task.

Not only will your skills not improve as quickly as they could, in some cases, they may actually get worse.

According to research from Johns Hopkins, "What we found is if you practice a slightly modified version of a task you want to master, you actually learn more and faster than if you just keep practicing the exact same thing multiple times in a row."

Why? The most likely cause is reconsolidation, a process where existing memories are recalled and modified with new knowledge.

Here's a simple example: trying to get better at shooting free throws in basketball. The conditions are fixed. The rim is always 10 feet above the floor. The free throw line is always 15 feet from the basket.

In theory, shooting from the same spot, over and over again, will help you ingrain the right motions into your muscle memory so your accuracy and consistency will improve.

And, of course, that does happen - but a better, faster way to improve is to slightly adjust the conditions in subsequent practice sessions.

Maybe one time you'll stand a few inches closer. Another time you might stand a few inches to one side. Another time you might use a slightly heavier, or lighter, ball.

In short, each time you practice, you make the conditions a little different. That primes the reconsolidation pump - and helps you learn much more quickly.

But Not Too Different - or Too Soon

But you can't adjust the conditions more than slightly. Do something too different and you'll simply create new memories - not reconsolidated ones.

"If you make the altered task too different, people do not get the gain we observed during reconsolidation," the researchers say. "The modification between sessions needs to be subtle."

And you'll also need to space out your practice sessions appropriately.

The researchers gave the participants a six-hour gap between training sessions, because neurological research indicates it takes that long for new memories to reconsolidate.

Practice differently too soon and you haven't given yourself enough time to "internalize" what you've learned. You won't be able to modify old memories - and therefore improve your skills - because those memories haven't had the chance to become old memories.

So if you want to dramatically improve how quickly you learn a new skill, try this.

How to Learn a New Skill

The key to improvement is making small, smart changes, evaluating the results, discarding what doesn't work, and further refining what does work.

When you constantly modify and refine something you already do well, you can do it even better.

Say you want to improve a skill; to make things simple, we'll pretend you want to master a new presentation.

1. Rehearse the basic skill. Run through your presentation a couple of times under the same conditions you'll eventually face when you do it live. Naturally, the second time through will be better than the first; that's how practice works. But then, instead of going through it a third time ...

2. Wait. Give yourself at least six hours so your memory can consolidate. (Which probably means waiting until tomorrow before you practice again, which is just fine.)

3. Practice again, but this time ...

  • Go a little faster. Speak a little - just a little - faster than you normally do. Run through your slides slightly faster. Increasing your speed means you'll make more mistakes, but that's OK - in the process, you'll modify old knowledge with new knowledge - and lay the groundwork for improvement. Or ...
  • Go a little slower. The same thing will happen. (Plus, you can experiment with new techniques - including the use of silence for effect - that aren't apparent when you present at your normal speed.) Or ...
  • Break your presentation into smaller parts. Almost every task includes a series of discrete steps. That's definitely true for presentations. Pick one section of your presentation. Deconstruct it. Master it. Then put the whole presentation back together. Or ...
  • Use a different projector. Or a different remote. Or a lavaliere instead of a headset mic. Switch up the conditions slightly; not only will that help you modify an existing memory, it will also make you better prepared for the unexpected.

4. And then, next time, slightly modify another condition.

Keep in mind you can extend this process to almost anything. While it's clearly effective for improving motor skills, the process can also be applied to nearly any skill.

Don't do the same thing over and over again in hopes you'll improve. You will, but not nearly as quickly as when you slightly modify the conditions in subsequent practice sessions - and then give yourself the time to consolidate the new memories you've made.

Keep modifying and refining a skill you already do well and you can do it even better.

And a lot more quickly.

That's the fastest path to expertise.

Source:  https://getpocket.com/explore/item/a-johns-hopkins-study-reveals-the-scientific-secret-to-double-how-fast-you-learn?utm_source=pocket-newtab

 

44 Maybe Time Management Isn't So Great After All 26
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Views : 4134
Date add : 11/20/2017

Maybe Time Management Isn't So Great After All


For years, we've been told that time management is the solution to all our problems. If we can successfully prioritize our tasks, focus, make lists, delegate, and complete tasks, we'll be able to have more free time and less stress.


There are thousands of books, apps, and tools devoted to helping us get a handle on the constant mountain of work and communication cascading toward us. We're told to get our inboxes to zero, prioritize our work according to specific systems, and set S.M.A.R.T. goals.


Clay Clark makes this comment (which is all too common):


Have you ever noticed some people are able to stay organized while getting a massive quantity of work accomplished, while others appear to be busy but never actually produce results? Time management is the key to becoming a successful entrepreneur.


But is it possible that time management isn't all it's cracked up to be? Think of how many of your conversations go like this:


Friend: Hey, how's it going?


You: Man, I'm so busy. I feel like there's never enough time!


Friend: Yeah, I know. I'm hustling all day long! I'm exhausted.


It's strange, right? If the objective of time management is more free time, why do we always feel so rushed? Why is there never enough time in the day? Why is stress the constant anthem of every student, mom, employee, and supervisor? Isn't proper time management supposed to solve these problems?


Maybe all the tools, apps, and books aren't the solution we thought they were.


Oliver Burkeman puts it like this :


And yet the truth is that more often than not, techniques designed to enhance one's personal productivity seem to exacerbate the very anxieties they were meant to allay. The better you get at managing time, the less of it you feel that you have. Even when people did successfully implement Inbox Zero, it didn't reliably bring calm. Some interpreted it to mean that every email deserved a reply, which only shackled them more firmly to their inboxes...Others grew jumpy at the thought of any messages cluttering an inbox that was supposed to stay pristine, and so ended up checking more frequently.


So what exactly is the problem? Why isn't time management making us happier?


Here are 5 reasons.


It Creates Unnecessary Anxiety


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One of the cornerstones of time management is appropriately handling the constant tasks that come your way. Depending on which productivity system you're using (Getting Things Done, The Four Quadrants, etc.), you must handle every task in a specific way.


For example, with Getting Things Done, everything must be captured, clarified, organized, reflected upon, and then engaged. While this may seem simple, it can quickly get overwhelming when put into action. In theory, everything is to follow these five steps, including emails, phone calls, memos, projects, meetings, grocery lists, home projects, and anything else you may encounter in life.


Trying to apply this methodology on a grand scale can quickly turn into a full-time job in and of itself. This in turn can create massive amounts of anxiety.


Additionally, if you're "effectively" managing your time, your task list will grow at a terrifying pace. Every day you'll find yourself confronted with an enormous list of things that must be done, and the thought of trying to accomplish all that can send you into a panic.


It's important to realize that though time management is a helpful skill, it shouldn't rule your life. There will be times when things simply slip through your system. You have limitations, just like everyone else. Even the best intentions fail. Time management can be a helpful tool but can create anxiety if you're not careful.


It Creates A Never Ending Cycle Of Feeling Like A Failure


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The promise of time management is more freedom. Unfortunately, one of the side effects of good time management can be a constant, nagging sense of failure.


The more you're able to wrangle your tasks into the appropriate categories and systems, the bigger your task list becomes. The bigger your to-do list, the more you're aware of all that you're not getting done. At the end of every day, you're confronted with a lengthy list of things that you failed to accomplish.


The end result is that you constantly feel like an underachiever. Like you should be able to get more checked off each day. Failure constantly haunts you.


This shouldn't be the case. It's essential to remember that your life isn't defined by what you accomplish. You're aren't superhuman. You have energy limits, time limits, and frankly, things that are more important than work (family, friends, etc.). Time management systems evaluate success and failure only by tasks completed. Life is about more than that.


It Can Create More Work

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Parkinson's Law states that a project will expand to fill the time available. In other words, the more time that you have available, the more work will fill that time. This applies directly to time management.


The more effective you are at getting things done, the more likely you'll have more work sent your way. We see this most clearly with email. The better you are at responding, the more responses you'll get in return. Your email load expands exponentially based on how quickly you clear emails from your inbox. It's a never ending cycle and reaching Inbox Zero is only possible for about 10 seconds.


Pareto's Law , which states that 80% of output comes from 20% of input also applies perfectly here. It's not uncommon for a few people to do an inordinate amount of work in any organization. The 20% usually are the most effective at getting things done, which in turn means that more work is assigned to them.


Obviously, the solution is not to do less work. It is crucial, however, to learn to say no when people want to keep assigning things to you. Once things begin to compete with higher priorities, it's time to slow down.



It Takes You Out Of The Moment


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Theoretically, time management is supposed to help you enjoy every moment more. In fact, one of the core tenets of the Getting Things Done system was that your mind would be like water, allowing you to focus 100% on the task at hand. You get all your work done and then you stop and enjoy the other aspects of life, like family, church, friends, sports, and a good cup of coffee.


Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way. With a constantly expanding task list always on your mind, it's incredibly easy to get pulled out of the moment and begin pondering how you're going to get your next thing done.


Instead of focusing on playing with your kids or spending quality time with your spouse, you're thinking of the twenty remaining things on your to-do list. Instead of keeping you in the moment, your mind is pulled in 40 different places.


When thinking about productivity and time management, it's necessary to put them in their place. Work isn't life and life isn't work. Fewer things are more important than being in the moment with important people. And fewer things will make you more stressed out than constantly reflecting on your endless checklists. Don't throw away your checklists, but learn to keep them clearly separate from other important parts of your life.


It Can Actually Cause You To Focus On The Wrong Objectives


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The ironic thing about time management systems is that they can help you get a lot of the wrong things done. They can cause you to become so focused on keeping everything systematized and checked off that you miss the bigger picture. It's a missing the forest for the trees sort of scenario.


Author Cal Newport talks about his struggle with productivity systems :


I was good at full capture and regular review, and, accordingly, was quite organized. This was a good time in my life to ask me to submit a form or tackle a complicated logistical process. You could be confident that I would capture, process, and then accomplish it.

But I was missing the intense and obsessive wrangling with the hard problems of my field - the type of habit that made people in my line of work exceptional. My commitment to GTD had me instead systematically executing tasks, one by one, like an assembly line worker "cranking widgets" (to use a popular Allen aphorism).

I didn't need to be cranking widgets. I needed to instead be crazily focused.


If you spend all your time focused on getting small, unimportant things done simply because they're on your checklist, you won't accomplish anything truly meaningful. Time management systems can be helpful when it comes to organizing the various tasks that come your way, but if you're not careful they can put your attention on the unimportant. It's essential to ensure that you're always focused on the projects that will truly make a difference, both in your workplace and life in general.


The Solution?


The solution isn't to abandon time management altogether. Rather, it must be used appropriately. Productivity systems are helpful servants but terrible masters. If your life is dictated by your system, you'll miss out on the good things in life. You may get more things done, but you'll also be anxious, constantly busy, distracted, and focusing on the wrong objectives.


Time management skills aren't the be all end all. They're tools. Use them as such.


Source:

https://www.cornerstone.edu/blogs/lifelong-learning-matters/post/maybe-time-management-isnt-so-great-after-al
39 Coaching / Training 26
Coaching/Training
Views : 4591
Date add : 06/16/2016

Origins

The first use of the term coaching to mean an instructor or trainer arose around 1830 in Oxford University slang for a tutor who "carries" a student through an exam.[3] Coaching thus has been used in language to describe the process used to transport people from where they are to where they want to be. The first use of the term in relation to sports came in 1861.[3]

Historically the evolution of coaching has been influenced by many fields of study including LGAT such as "est", personal developmentadult education, the Human Potential Movementpsychology, and leadership studies. Since the mid-1990s, coaching has developed into a more independent discipline and professional associations such as the Association for Coaching, the International Association of Coaching, the International Coach Federation, and the European Coaching and Mentoring Council have helped develop a set of training standards.[4]

Applications

Professional coaching uses a range of communication skills (such as targeted restatements, listening, questioning, clarifying etc.) to help clients shift their perspectives and thereby discover different approaches to achieve their goals.[5] These skills can be used in almost all types of coaching. In this sense, coaching is a form of "meta-profession" that can apply to supporting clients in any human endeavor, ranging from their concerns in health, personal, professional, sport, social, family, political, spiritual dimensions, etc. There may be some overlap between certain types of coaching activities.[6]

ADHD coaching

The concept of ADHD coaching was first introduced in 1994 by psychiatrists Edward M. Hallowell and John J. Ratey in their book Driven to Distraction.[7] ADHD coaching is a specialized type of life coaching that uses specific techniques designed to assist individuals with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. The goal of ADHD coaching is to mitigate the effects of executive function deficit, which is a typical impairment for people with ADHD.[8]

Coaches work with clients to help them better manage time, organize, set goals and complete projects.[9] In addition to helping clients understand the impact ADHD has had on their lives, coaches can help clients develop "work-around" strategies to deal with specific challenges, and determine and use individual strengths. Coaches also help clients get a better grasp of what reasonable expectations are for them as individuals, since people with ADHD "brain wiring" often seem to need external mirrors for accurate self-awareness about their potential despite their impairment.[10]

Unlike psychologists or psychotherapists, ADHD coaches do not provide any therapy or treatment: their focus is only on daily functioning and behaviour aspects of the disorder.[11] The ultimate goal of ADHD coaching is to help clients develop an "inner coach", a set of self-regulation and reflective planning skills to deal with daily life challenges.[12]

A 2010 study from Wayne State University evaluated the effectiveness of ADHD coaching on 110 students with ADHD. The research team concluded that the coaching "was highly effective in helping students improve executive functioning and related skills as measured by the Learning and Study Strategies Inventory (LASSI)."[13] Yet, not every ADHD person needs a coach and not everyone can benefit from using a coach.[14]

Business and executive coaching

Business coaching is a type of human resource development. It provides positive support, feedback and advice on an individual or group basis to improve personal effectiveness in the business setting. Business coaching is also called executive coaching,[15]corporate coaching or leadership coaching.

Coaches help their clients advance towards specific professional goals. These include career transition, interpersonal and professional communication, performance management, organizational effectiveness, managing career and personal changes, developing executive presence, enhancing strategic thinking, dealing effectively with conflict, and building an effective team within an organization. An industrial organizational psychologist is one example of executive coach.

Business coaching is not restricted to external experts or providers. Many organizations expect their senior leaders and middle managers to coach their team members to reach higher levels of performance, increased job satisfaction, personal growth, and career development. Research studies suggest that executive coaching has a positive impact on workplace performance.[16]

In some countries, there is no certification or licensing required to be a business or executive coach, and membership of a coaching organization is optional. Further, standards and methods of training coaches can vary widely between coaching organizations. Many business coaches refer to themselves as consultants, a broader business relationship than one which exclusively involves coaching

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Career coaching

Career coaching focuses on work and career and is similar to career counseling. Career coaching is not to be confused with life coaching, which concentrates on personal development. Another common term for a career coach is career guide.

Christian coaching

Christian coaching is common among religious organizations and churches.[citation needed] A Christian coach is not a pastor or counselor (although he may also be qualified in those disciplines), but rather someone who has been professionally trained to address specific coaching goals from a distinctively Christian or biblical perspective.

Although various training courses exist, there is no single regulatory body for Christian coaching. Some of the Christian coaching programs are based on the works of Henry CloudJohn Townsend, and John C. Maxwell.

Co-coaching

Main article: Co-coaching

Co-coaching is a structured practice of coaching between peers with the goal of learning improved coaching techniques.

Financial coaching

Financial coaching is a relatively new form of coaching that focuses on helping clients overcome their struggle to attain specific financial goals and aspirations they have set for themselves. Financial coaching is a one-on-one relationship in which the coach works to provide encouragement and support aimed at facilitating attainment of the client's financial plans. A financial coach, also called money coach, typically focuses on helping clients to restructure and reduce debt, reduce spending, develop saving habits, and develop financial discipline. In contrast, the term financial adviser refers to a wider range of professionals who typically provide clients with financial products and services. Although early research links financial coaching to improvements in client outcomes, much more rigorous analysis is necessary before any causal linkages can be established.[18]

Health and wellness coaching

Main article: Health coaching

Health coaching is becoming recognized as a new way to help individuals "manage" their illnesses and conditions, especially those of a chronic nature.[19] The coach will use special techniques, personal experience, expertise and encouragement to assist the coachee in bringing his/her behavioral changes about, while aiming for lowered health risks and decreased healthcare costs.[20]

The National Society of Health Coaches (NSHC) has differentiated the term health coach from wellness coach.[20] According to the NSHC, health coaches are qualified "to guide those with acute or chronic conditions and/or moderate to high health risk", and wellness coaches provide guidance and inspiration "to otherwise 'healthy' individuals who desire to maintain or improve their overall general health status".[20]

Homework coaching

Main article: Homework coach

Homework coaching focuses on equipping a student with the study skills required to succeed academically. This approach is different from regular tutoring which typically seeks to improve a student's performance in a specific subject.[21]

Life coaching

Life coaching is the process of helping people identify and achieve personal goals. Although life coaches may have studied counseling psychology or related subjects, a life coach does not act as a therapistcounselor, or health care provider, and psychological intervention lies outside the scope of life coaching.

Relationship coaching

Relationship coaching is the application of coaching to personal and business relationships.[22]

Sports coaching

Main article: Coach (sport)

In sports, a coach is an individual that provides supervision and training to the sports team or individual players. Sports coaches are involved in administration, athletic training, competition coaching, and representation of the team and the players.

Coaching ethics and standards

One of the challenges in the field of coaching is upholding levels of professionalism, standards and ethics. To this end, coaching bodies and organizations have codes of ethics and member standards.[23] However, because these bodies are not regulated, and because coaches do not need to belong to such a body, ethics and standards are variable in the field.[24][25][non-primary source needed] In February 2016, the Association for Coaching and the European Mentoring and Coaching Council launched a "Global Code of Ethics" for the entire industry; individuals, associations, and organizations are invited to become signatories to it.[26][third-party source needed]

Criticism

Critics see life coaching as akin to psychotherapy but without restrictions, oversight, regulation, or established ethical policies.[27][28][29] There are no state regulation or licensing requirements for coaches. Due to lack of oversight and regulation, the vast majority of life and wellness coaches have no formal training or certification.[30]

With the growing popularity of coaching, many colleges and universities now offer coach training programs that are accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF).[31] Some courses offer a life coach certificate after just a few days of training,[32] but such courses, if they are accredited at all, are considered "à la carte" training programs, "which may or may not offer start to finish coach training," according to the ICF.[33] "All-inclusive" training programs accredited by the ICF require a minimum of 125 student contact hours, 10 hours of mentor coaching and a performance evaluation process.[34] This is very little training in comparison to some other helping professionals: for example, licensure as a counseling psychologist in the State of California requires 3,000 hours of supervised professional experience.[35]

35 O que é Logosofia? 26
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Views : 9144
Date add : 12/16/2015

O que é Logosofia?

Você já ouviu falar de Logosofia? A palavra Logosofia, de origem grega, foi adotada pelo pensador e humanista Carlos Bernardo González Pecotche em 1930 e significa "ciência da razão". Visando explorar os campos do autoconhecimento, a proposta logosófica é emancipar o indivíduo ao focar principalmente na identificação, classificação e seleção dos próprios pensamentos. 

Logosofia  é uma ciência nova, que revela conhecimentos de natureza transcendente e concede ao espírito humano a prerrogativa de reinar na vida do ser a quem anima. Conduz o homem ao conhecimento de si

 mesmo, de Deus, do Universo e de suas leis eternas. Apresenta uma concepção original do homem, em sua organização psíquica e mental, e da vida humana em suas mais amplas possibilidades e proporções. 

Qual a finalidade da Logosofia?

Pode-se dizer que o conhecimento de si mesmo é um dos principais assuntos de estudo desta ciência do aperfeiçoamento humano.

Seus objetivos centrais são a evolução consciente do homem, mediante a organização de seus sistemas mental, sensível e instintivo; o conhecimento de si mesmo, que implica o domínio pleno dos elementos que constituem o segredo da existência de cada um; o conhecimento do mundo mental, transcendente ou metafísico, onde têm origem todas as ideias e pensamentos que fecundam a existência humana; o desenvolvimento e o domínio profundo das funções de estudar, aprender, ensinar, pensar e realizar.

Para a escola de Logosofia, o próprio aperfeiçoamento, assistido pelo princípio de ajudar também seus semelhantes, é o que conduz o indivíduo ao conhecimento de si mesmo. Afinal, todo processo evolutivo deve ser assistido pelos próprios semelhantes, pois são estes os que realizam as observações e confrontações, tão indispensáveis para os reajustes internos individuais.

A Logosofia é uma religião?  

Do ponto de vista logosófico, a crença sem reflexão foi e continua sendo uma das maiores responsáveis por entorpecer o desenvolvimento moral e espiritual do ser humano. Isso porque a fé, quando baseada pura e simplesmente na própria fé, produz uma certa inibição mental que dificulta o exercício da razão ao afirmar que a reflexão é o que expõe o homem ao engano, à heresia, ao paradoxo.

A   Logosofia   institui, portanto, a necessidade da revisão de todo conceito - velho ou novo - admitido sem reflexão e análise, incluindo os formulados por esta própria doutrina filosófica. Através da experimentação e revisão contínua do compreendido, é possível assegurar-se um processo de aprendizagem em evolução, que irá preservar o homem dos mistérios de toda fórmula dogmática.

Quem pode estudar os princípios logosóficos?

Os ensinamentos logosóficos atraem um grande número de pessoas que buscam satisfazer as inquietudes espirituais e melhorar seus relacionamentos inter e intrapessoais. Para Sylvie Antonini, integrante da Fundação Logosófica do Brasil, a Logosofia é uma ciência eminentemente experimental: "Aquele que estuda e pratica os ensinamentos logosóficos aprende a conhecer seu mundo interior. A Logosofia também orienta o ser humano a adestrar-se na utilização das faculdades de sua inteligência, de modo a ser capaz de criar pensamentos próprios de índole construtiva."

Conhecendo a Logosofia

A   Logosofia   é uma ciência nova que conduz o homem ao conhecimento de si mesmo, de Deus, do Universo e suas leis. O ensinamento logosófico busca conceder ao espírito humano a prerrogativa de compreender a própria vida, assim como a vida dos que o cercam, apresentando a gênese do homem em sua organização psíquica e mental, e da vida humana em suas mais amplas possibilidades e proporções. A Logosofia é a especialidade científica e metodológica que, procurando guiar o entendimento humano, ocupa-se da reativação consciente do indivíduo. Seus princípios levam o indivíduo a encontrar soluções dentro de si mesmo e possa, generosamente, contribuir com seus semelhantes, simplificando assim os complexos problemas que afligem a humanidade.

Quais são os objetivos da Logosofia?

Um dos maiores objetivos da   Logosofia   consiste em ajudar o homem a aperfeiçoar-se mediante a realização do processo de evolução consciente. Tal processo permite que o indivíduo edifique uma nova vida, através da reestruturação de seus sistemas mental e sensível. Por trabalhar com processos sucessivos de superação, a Logosofia confere ao homem a consciência de suas possibilidades humanas. Portanto, seus principais objetivos são: a evolução consciente do homem; o conhecimento de si mesmo; a integração do espírito; o conhecimento das leis universais; o conhecimento do mundo mental; a edificação de uma nova vida; o desenvolvimento e o domínio profundo das funções de estudar, aprender, ensinar, pensar e realizar.

Logosofia prática

A ciência logosófica convida o homem a realizar um estudo pleno de sua psicologia: seu caráter, suas tendências, seus pensamentos, suas qualidades, suas deficiências e tudo que, direta ou indiretamente, faz parte de suas faculdades mentais e diz respeito aos estados de seu espírito. Conhecer a si mesmo é uma tarefa incomensurável: é o homem frente a sua própria incógnita, buscando adentrar esse universo que, apesar de pessoal e único, ainda é desconhecido. O assunto é de tal importância que, conhecendo a si mesmo, isto é, explorando seu mundo interno e descobrindo as maravilhas que nele existem, o homem conhecerá seu Criador através do próprio esforço que faz em direção à conquista desse grande e transcendente objetivo.

Como praticar a Logosofia?

No método logosófico, à medida que se volta para dentro de si mesmo, cada um vai descobrindo o valor dos ensinamentos diante das questões que o cercam. Cada um é, pois, herdeiro dos próprios esforços: o método propicia ao indivíduo estudar tudo o que experimenta e experimentar tudo o que estuda.

Ao estudar, por exemplo, em um livro sobre os sentimentos humanos e os cuidados necessários para preservá-los, estuda-se um conceito. Porém, ao fechar o livro e olhar para a realidade que o cerca é que o indivíduo tem a oportunidade de praticar o que acabou de estudar, pois é ali onde se encontram os seres pelos quais ele possui os melhores sentimentos. Esta prática é que o leva à construção de uma nova individualidade, com consciência e controle de suas próprias ações.

Fonte: http://www.oqueelogosofia.com.br

16 We Are Living In The Most Important Time In The History Of The Universe 26
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Views : 17388
Date add : 02/19/2014

"We Are Living In The Most Important Time In The History Of The Universe" Dolores Cannon Discusses Our Current Paradigm

by Jeff Roberts. 7 Comments.

 

Dolores Cannon has over 40 years of regressive hypnotherapy experience from which she's acquired remarkable information about life in the Universe.

Dolores Cannon's career has spanned over 4 decades, during which she has worked with thousands of clients in regressive hypnotherapy sessions. With over 17 published books on the subject, Dolores Cannon can easily be considered one of the world's most sought after professionals in the field. Popular subject matter touched upon in her numerous books include: past lives, extra-terrestrials, life on other planets, energy healing, famous historic figures such as Nostradamus and Jesus, abductions, and the list goes on. Each book has the tendency to "bend the reader's mind like a pretzel," Dolores explains.

One of her latest books, titled The Three Waves of Volunteers and The New Earth, is an ensemble of regressive hypnotherapy client sessions which narrates a 'behind the scenes' look at Earth's current paradigm shift. During the sessions, Dolores hypnotizes her clients bringing them into the 'super-conscious' brainwave state, one of the deepest trances one can experience. Dolores elaborated on her technique in an interview with The Edge:

"I developed my own technique down through the years. It's not like any other hypnosis technique out there. We are able to contact what I call the greatest force there is, and it's a source of all knowledge. I found the way to have it come through every single person that I work with, and I've worked with thousands of people."

The results of her technique are astounding to say the least. Through the years Dolores began to notice a correlation among her client sessions, one that bridges the journey of the souls incarnating on the planet at this time.

"When you see thousands and thousands of clients, as I do as a therapist and a counselor, you begin to see a common thread going through many of the cases. Earlier on, it used to be that everybody would go back to a past life and I'd find some of the answers there, and then I'd explore the source of all knowledge to answer all of their questions and do the healing. Just in the last five years or so, I began to see clients who weren't all going into a past life on Earth. I began to find they had never been on Earth before and that they had come here directly from God, from the Source, from other planets, other dimensions, where they were light beings. That's the common thread that I have been finding, and that's where I came up with the theory of the three waves of volunteers."

Dolores's theory proposes that a series of souls are traveling from other planets and dimensions to assist Earth at this time. Many of these souls, which are of a higher vibration than the resident Earth souls, are incarnating on the planet for the first time. She affirms that the souls that have spent many lifetimes reincarnating on Earth are stuck in a karmic cycle, repeating the same patterns of mistakes and lessons which is ultimately leading to the destruction of the planet. Thus, there has been a calling for purer souls to come to Earth to cleanse and raise the planet's vibration.

But now in body, these people don't have any memory of why they came. "They come in and an amnesia descends on the person, losing the memory of why they are here. But this group has an energy that they have to project. It is a loving energy that will change the mindset here on Earth. It will change history, just them being here."

Throughout her clients' journeys, Dolores discovered that Earth is one of the densest planets in the entire universe. A soul that incarnates here is considered brave because life on Earth is a very challenging experience to come into, especially for souls coming from higher realms and planets of a higher vibration. Nevertheless, all of her clients have the same answer when asked about their reason for coming to Earth, they simply "heard the call."

The Earth is going through a major transformation, one that Dolores's clients state has never happened before.  For the first time, an entire planet is shifting it's vibration into a new dimensional frequency. Many souls or groups of souls have experienced a shift like this in the past, (i.e., the Mayans) but never has an entire planet shifted at once. Therefore, Dolores explains, the entire Universe has front row seats to one of the grandest shows ever seen. However, help is needed, because man has polluted the planet with a vibration so dense that it threatens the survival of the planet as a whole. Dolores reveals that if the planet blows itself up, it will reverberate throughout the universe affecting and disturbing all beings. Therefore, the call for help was made, and the souls quickly jumped on the wagon to assist.

In The Three Waves of Volunteers and The New Earth, Dolores elaborates on the three different classes of souls incarnating on Earth:

1 - The First Wave: Now in their late 40s to early 60s, these volunteers are disturbed by the violence, anger and hate that they experience on Earth. They have had the hardest time adjusting to life as humans, and many of them try to commit suicide.


2 - The Second Wave: Now in their late 20s and 30s, these volunteers are more comfortable in bodies and are said to be beacons or channels of energy who can affect others just by being near them. Their mission of just sharing their energy with others means they don't have to do anything but just be.


3 - The Third Wave: The new children, many of whom are now teenagers, have all the knowledge needed to exist on the planet after the dimensional shift and transformation takes place. Their DNA is more advanced, and the greatest challenge they face is being misunderstood by humans as having a condition (ADHD) that needs to be medicated.

Interestingly, through her many client sessions Dolores has also written extensively on the lost civilization of Atlantis. She discovered that, like Atlantis, there have been numerous civilizations that have been destroyed in the past.

"Each time when people got to the point when they were using energy in the wrong way and couldn't control it, they had to be stopped. And every time, everything would be reset on this planet. The civilization would go back to the primitive stages and start all over again. That's why they don't want to have it happen this time. They don't want to start over with the planet and begin life for humanity one more time.

During a hypnotherapy session, a woman went back to Atlantis and was telling me the prime reason for Atlantis being destroyed. I was told that there were scientists at the time of Atlantis. There were others who were fooling around with what they called Dark Matter. I was told that this is the same thing scientists are doing now when they are fooling around with what we call Anti-Matter. They said we have to know this, because the scientists are doing the same thing now.

The Large Hadron Collider experiment in Switzerland is the same thing. They are messing around with Anti-Matter. The scientists who are now fooling around with the Collider experiment don't have any idea what they are really doing, and it's very dangerous.

If those experiments had continued at that time in Atlantis, it would have broken down the grid of the planet, causing an implosion of the Earth, and it would have reverberated to the point where it would have broken the grids down of the entire Universe. But they stopped it before it got to that point, but destruction took place."

When asked about people's criticism of her work, Dolores says she finds humor in people's remarks stating she is a 'great science fiction writer'.

"There's no way on Earth I could make this stuff up. I have [17] books out there now, and all of it has come through the cases I have worked on with the average person just walking in off the street. I did not know these people until they came through the door of my office, from every walk of life you can imagine: CEOs of companies, professors of colleges, priests, shamans, and many ordinary people. I have not found anyone who has not had a past life. When I began writing The Convoluted Universe series, I wondered if anybody out there would be able to understand it, because I said that book is for people who want their minds bent like pretzels. People when they read it say, 'I know this and I don't know how I know it, but I know it and I know it's true'."

In the final segment of her interview with The Edge, Dolores was asked if there were any final thoughts she wanted to leave people with regarding the shift in consciousness.

"We are moving into a new frequency, a new dimension where it is going to be the New Earth, and it's going to be extremely beautiful. They have described it in the books - the beautiful colors, that everything is total love.

We're moving away from the negativity of the Old Earth, and it's going to be a complete turnaround, beyond belief, and we're all going there now. The New Earth is where it's at. The Bible in the Book of Revelations talks about the New Heaven and the New Earth. That's the same thing we're having now. It's just that St. John, when he had the vision on the Isle of Pathos, didn't realize it was going to take another couple of thousand years before it was going to happen.

The most important thing is that we are living in the most important time in the history of the Universe, and it's very important to be here now. There are thousands of souls who want to be here to experience this - even if they can just be here for a few hours. They say even if they're born and die right away, they can say, "I was there when this occurred." This is how important this is to the entire Universe. So, you're living in a very wonderful time that will never be repeated again."

For a fascinating read, check out Dolores's book The Three Waves of Volunteers and The New Earth as well as her Convoluted Universe series.

References:

1.)    Cannon, Dolores. The Three Waves of Volunteers and The New Earth. Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc. (Sept. 15 2011)

2.)    Cannon, Dolores. The Convoluted Universe: Book Four. Ozark Mountain Publishing, Inc. (Nov. 7 2011)

3.)   
http://www.edgemagazine.net/2011/08/the-three-waves-of-volunteers-part-one-with-dolores-cannon/

4.)    http://www.edgemagazine.net/2011/08/the-three-waves-of-volunteers-part-two-with-dolores-cannon/

- See more at: http://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/02/19/we-are-living-in-the-most-important-time-in-the-history-of-the-universe-dolores-cannon-discusses-our-current-paradigm/#sthash.opl4WgUP.dpuf 
 

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