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.
How to attract young people to the spiritist youth? What factors can lead to the evasion of young people from Spiritist Houses? For some years now, we have noticed this evasion and in this article the author invites us, through his experience, to reflect more on this very important subject.
The Spiritist House is one more egregor among thousands existing on the Planet, with the main function of clarifying minds for the only objective that has been dragging for millenniums, to lead men, despite their individualities, to believe in One God; to accept the Communicability between Incarnate and Disincarnate Spirits; definitely be sure that Death does not exist; to believe that beyond the Earth millions of other beings inhabit the Cosmos and to understand the greatness of the Justice of God the Creator in establishing Reincarnation…
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.
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.
With great care, we prepare videos with important information for the continuing education of the educator.
In this special section, we will see wonderful examples that will inspire our grand task.
Dedicated educators here offer us fundamental contributions for our better qualification.
Together we will learn a little more about the history of Allan Kardec, from his days as an educator to his fundamental contribution to spiritistic codification. Allan Kardec (pseudonym of Hippolyte Léon
Denizard Rivail, was a French translator, teacher, philosopher and writer, considered the founder, along with the spirits, of Spiritism.
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.
Psychology and Education
What can psychology contribute to Spiritist educators? Educational psychology offers the Spiritist educator the necessary foundation to understand the educational relationship.