Tag: Educators – Articles

Before and After the Birth

In his book “Nossos filhos são espíritos”, Hermínio Miranda explains that each being is unique, brings accumulated baggage of experiences, and is reborn on Earth to grow. Hence, the need for those who serve as their guides – their parents and guardians – to assimilate the contents of the Spiritist Teachings in order to help and support these beings who, appearing to be innocent, carry the characteristics of their own spiritual heritage.

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Is education in the Spiritist Center adequately valued?

The Spiritist Center is a school for souls. Soul, the definition found in “The Spirits’ Book”, is the incarnate Spirit. No reference to physical age. From birth to the grave, we are all reincarnated spirits. Logic, then, tells us that the Spiritist Center must be prepared to attend the human being in all his stages of growth of the physical body – from childhood to maturity.

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Spiritist Education as an evolutionary tool

To approach Spiritist education, we first need to understand what education is, for there is much confusion about it, teaching sometimes being taken as the same thing as education, when in fact teaching belongs to education, but not to be confused with it.

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Spiritism and Education

We are Spirits on an extensive evolutionary journey, in which we are gathering experiences throughout countless reincarnations and, in this way, building our millennial evolutionary baggage. In the face of the new times, which are discovered for Humanity, moral education is a fundamental factor

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The Art of Spiritist Education

If you currently have committed yourself to the task of educating children’s souls, your soul is definitely working on conquering patience, tolerance, and above all love, valuable virtues that will become treasures.

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