Articles

Reflecting over what is spiritist education, where it comes from and who it serves is as key for the educator as their course content and techniques. We will offer here various themes which will favour study and reflection.

Youth, Spiritism on the move.

“Young people, you may want to fight for the poor, for animals, for those who are thirsty and hungry. Your heart may want to fight for the sick, for discredited and invisible youth, for the dissemination of ideas that transform, whatever your struggle. When we put it all together, each of us doing our best in what we believe in, from small drops we become an ocean, a great wave.”
Carol Oliveira

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The Importance of Music in Spiritist Education

Music, provided it is sublime, is a prayer that enraptures and ennobles the eternal spirit that we all are, allowing us to enter into close communion with the higher planes of spiritual expression.

According to Pestalozzi, “Rhythm is present in the child from within his own organism: the tempo of the heartbeats, the compassed rhythm of his walking, the swinging of his arms, etc. Everything around him speaks that the universe is involved in harmonious rhythm.”

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An Autistic person’s place is everywhere

The theme chosen to celebrate April 2, 2022, is “Autistic people’s place is everywhere,”; a statement that expresses the basic desire of those who deal with ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) on a daily basis to ask for respect, acceptance, welcoming, and inclusion – the goal of all those who fight for the autism cause.

And, just like the whole society, we, Spiritist educators, need to adapt to this new reality and group of people, which is becoming increasingly present in our institutions.

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Messages

The Father, in its infinite mercy, calls for his messengers to help those incarnated. It is them, the Benefactors of the Spirituality. Through their messages we receive the scripts of action for our activities.

Before the little ones

The Spiritist Philosophy teaches us the crucial importance of the childhood period for the development of the reincarnating Spirit, since it is in this period that the cognitive plasticity is greater than the shaping of the child’s personality as an individual part of society.

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Crusade of Love

We present to our dear educators, the timely and beautiful message from Benedita Fernandes, psychographed by Divaldo Pereira Franco, which invites us to deep reflections.

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Videos

With great care, we prepare videos with important information for the continuing education of the educator.

Who is the Spiritist Educator?

Allan Kardec, one of the most extraordinary pedagogues ever known, since the beginning of Spiritism, tried to call attention to the beneficial effects that the
Spiritist teachings exert on the reincarnating spirit, especially in the childhood phase. Because of this, the spiritual educator has an essential role so that children can correctly assimilate the teachings.

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Conferences

In this special section, we will see wonderful examples that will inspire our grand task.

Embryology in the Light of Spiritism

Embryology is the study of the formation and development of an embryo and fetus according to science, yet the process of incarnation remains a mystery. Spiritism is here to help us unfold and peel back the veil a little bit to help us understand this intricate process. Join us as we gain more insight into this topic!

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Inspiring Personalities

Dedicated educators here offer us fundamental contributions for our better qualification.

Benedita Fernandes

BENEDITA FERNANDES (1883 – 1947)   Conhecida como “A Dama da Caridade”, Benedita Fernandes dedicou grande parte da sua vida ao cuidado e amor ao próximo. Nascida no dia 27 de Junho de 1883, Benedita sofria grave obsessão, e chegando a perder o

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Meimei

Meimei, pseudonym of Irma de Castro Rocha was a Brazilian educator and after passing away she manifested herself through Chico Xavier’s letters.

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Maria Montessori

The story of Maria Montessori, the first woman to enter the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery in Italy in 1892. She was encouraged by her parents, supported mainly by her mother, Renilde, and poorly received by teachers and students. At the university she met Professor Giuseppe Montesano, who guided her towards psychiatry and her first works in a mental health hospital where there were many abandoned children. She confronts doctors, experts and scholars, renowned pedagogues, and her method is increasingly gaining ground and reaching other parts of Europe and America. This makes her recognized in Italy, although she never stops teaching children, renewing her methods and guiding teachers in new pedagogical and didactic paths.

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Library

Permanent competence is one of the fundamental criteria for a spiritist educator to fulfill their calling. Here we find suggestions of books and manuals that will enrich you.

Positive Discipline

For twenty-five years, Positive Discipline has been the gold standard reference for grown-ups working with children. Now Jane Nelsen, distinguished psychologist, educator, and mother of seven, has written a revised and expanded edition. The key to positive discipline is not punishment, she tells us, but mutual respect. Nelsen coaches parents and teachers to be both firm and kind, so that any child–from a three-year-old toddler to a rebellious teenager–can learn creative cooperation and self-discipline with no loss of dignity.

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Letters on children’s education

En su ancianidad, Pestalozzi, maestro de Kardec, escribe esta gran obra de síntesis, con el propósito de dar una visión ordenada y completa de su pensamientos sobre la educación y la pedagogía de niños y jóvenes en sus aspectos más

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Spiritism 101

Can we remember past lives? Is there life on other planets? How is life after death? Where is God’s law written? Who was Chico Xavier and Allan Kardec? Get to know the spiritist concepts in this rich work in visual content with photos, images about the themes, instruments, places and historical characters.

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Psychology and Education

What can psychology contribute to Spiritist educators? Educational psychology offers the Spiritist educator the necessary foundation to understand the educational relationship.

Jean Piaget’s 4 stages of cognitive development

A teoria de Piaget teve uma grande influência na maneira de pensar a educação, servindo de contraponto aos métodos do século XIX. Embora Piaget não tivesse interesse específico pela educação, suas ideias tiveram bastante repercussão no campo educacional e pedagógico. Você conhece a

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