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Holistic Education

International Foundation for Holistic Education Holistic Education Master of holistic education DE RAMON GALLEGOS By Ana Isabel Becerra Regalado, 2009 Introduction. In the development of this test carried out an analysis of 12 books of Dr. Ramon Gallegos Nava about holistic education, which highlights the journey through time that the author gives us about the history of education and the different paradigms that have been presented to date, which stands as education evolved to our present time. In reading the works of Dr. Ramon Gallegos admit that three years ago lived in the dark, was haunted, which say, until my husband told me about the MA in holistic education, go to the website of Dr.

Ramon Gallegos Nava I immediately identified with the vision, I discovered that this was what I needed to fill the emptiness inside of me. Today we see how many people live in the darkness to which many be in search of light out through false doors that lead to problems such as hedonism and hoc or the same carrying the drug, prostitution, sex, suicide, etc.. other serious problems we are experiencing is abuse of our planet we do, so these days we see so many disasters in our environment, because people have a very low level of consciousness and the only tool we can use to solve this issue is the holistic education, because its center is the human being is the spirit in which to work able to discover his true nature to evolve forest spirit and conscience.

Affection

The participant citizens had shown that it has a good knowledge on the affection, however knowledge never is of more and always aid. Graph 10: Percentage of how many of the participant citizens they will go to look for to know more on the Affection. When answering a question to know if the participant citizens would go to look for to know more on the affection or if they found that the knowledge was useless, 92,1% had answered that they would go to look for to know more, however the waited one would be that all had will of looked therefore to the affection therefore this are each time more affecting people in the entire world. Consideraes Final: This article had as objective to point the knowledge degree on the Affection it enters the academics of the College San Francisco de Barreiras, as well as verifying the attitudes of the searched ones ahead of a case of Affection in the familiar seio and pointing the capacity to recognize the symptoms of Affection for the searched academics, being had been therefore alcanados.comprovando that the academics have a basic knowledge, that they will know to behave itself ahead of a case of Affection in the familiar seio and that they will be able to help other people. One had many positive points, well we were received by all, thus getting the attention of the searched ones. One sends regards to work the subject more Affection for the fact of that this illness acomete people in the whole world, having necessity of lectures to acquire knowledge all the population.

San Medicinal

Nukak Mak (Guaviare) – Location: near the border between Colombia and Brazil. – Population: 1,163 natives survived in their natural reserve, but they have migrated towards the environs of San jOse of the Guaviare and disappeared little by little. – Language: mak – Puinave. – Culture: It is considered like the last nomadic tribe of Colombia, live in temporary campings on which is changed whenever they exhaust the resources that the Earth offers to them in that place. The men practice the hunting, especially of mico, and the women are in charge of seedtime. They have allowed the polygamy.

10. Kans (Putumayo) – Location: its valley territory of the Sibundoy is shared with the Inga community, second of the department. – Population: 4,022 natives. – Language: Kams. – Culture: This culture has a near relation with the medicinal plants to connect itself with this world and, even, further on so that the deceaseds they rest. For this spiritual connection they use the figure of chamn and yag. Agriculture is the base of its feeding, as well as only the experts of the tribe dedicate themselves to seedtime of the medicinal plants. As far as the cattle ranch, this one more is related to the production of milk. The families are numerous, and the parents and grandparents represent the authority. Other tribes Magadalena: Snha, Chimila Atlantic: Mokan Sucre: Zen Antioch: Tule It hit: Waunaan The Cauca: Paez, Yanacona, Coconuco I graze: Awa Huila: Dujo Tolima: Pijao Guaviare: Guayavero Goal: Achagua, Piapoco Casanare: Saliva Santander: Guane North of Santander: Guane Boyac: Tunebo Araucan: Chiricoa, Makaguaje Amazon: Muiname, Yagua, Cocama Vichada: Cuiba, Sikuani, Puinave Original author and source of the article.

African Culture

The settling of the Brazilian territory for the Europeans to a large extent represented the physical destruction of the aboriginals through wars and slavery, having survived only one small part of the original aboriginal nations. The aboriginal culture also was partially eliminated by the action of catequese and intense miscegenation with other etnias. Currently, only some few aboriginal nations still exist and obtain to keep part of its original culture. Although this, the culture and the knowledge of the aboriginals on the land had been determinative during the settling, influencing the object language, culinria, folklore and use diverse caretakers as the rest net. The African culture it arrived at Brazil with the peoples enslaved brought of Africa during the long period where the transatlantic slave traffic lasted. The cultural diversity of Africa reflected in the diversity of the slaves, pertaining the diverse etnias that said different languages and had brought distinct traditions. As well as the aboriginal, the African culture generally was suppressed by the colonizadores.

In the colony, the slaves learned the Portuguese, were baptized with Portuguese and obliged names if to convert the catolicismo. The Africans had contributed for the Brazilian culture in an enormity of aspects: he dances, music, religion, culinria and language. This influence if makes to notice to a large extent of the country; in certain states as Bahia, Maranho, Pernambuco, Alagoas, Minas Gerais, Rio De Janeiro, So Paulo and Rio Grande Do Sul the culture afro-Brazilian particularly is detached in virtue of the migration of the slaves. 5 CONCLUSION the diversity and cultural plurality in Brazil is very rich, therefore we have manifestations of diverse peoples with different cultures becoming our knowledge an immense value, this cultural inheritance will be used as resources for an improvement of life of our current and future population, therefore we have that to all preserve for the future generations this knowledge that was acquired through the millenia for all these peoples. We have you influence Europeans, Asians and indginas in all the areas of knowledge each one with its inestimable value, fits each citizen to give to the necessary value to all they, as much in the art, sciences, medicine, culinrias, languages, etc, teaching our children as Brazilian cultural patrimony.