3 What saying or line from a song most sums up your approach to life your values What line most sums up the values of the place in which you work Do they sit happily together

A new sixth sense?

Polynesian thinking has at its heart the idea that to be healthy we need to find and embrace the sacred in life. This involves injecting joy into our lives, what Dr. Paul Pearsall calls "aloha" based on the phonetic representation of the Polynesian word. It is connected with the capacity to be content, patient, kind, and unassuming. It unlocks our ability to be quieter in our lives. For me, this is a more attractive sixth sense than the example of psychic awareness that is sometimes cited as a candidate. We see, we hear, we touch, we smell, we taste—and we are.

As Carl Rogers puts it in Freedom to Learn:

Significant learning combines the logical and the intuitive, the intellect and the feelings, the concept and the experience, the idea and the meaning.

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How To Accomplish More In A Fraction Of The Time

How To Accomplish More In A Fraction Of The Time

The pace and intensity of our lives, both at work and at home, leave several of us feeling like a person riding a frantically galloping horse. Our day-to-day incessant busyness too much to do and not enough time; the pressure to produce and check off items on our to-do list by each day’s end seems to decide the direction and quality of our existence for us.

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