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Reactions and Opinions New Approaches to Adult Learning, Embodied, Spiritual and Narrative Learning

Reactions and Opinions Merriam book Learning in Adulthood Part Three:  New Approaches to Adult Learning, Embodied, Spiritual and Narrative Learning
This commentary is designed not so much to point out the flaws of the Merrian’s section on “Spirituality and Learning” Tisdall’s definition of “Spirituality”, but to caution adult educators from using her spiritual philosophy with religious adult learners.
Before I comment on the Adult Learning theories of Tisdall 2013, it is worth stating my perspective and background on the topics of religion, metaphysics and spirituality in Adult Learning.
             In college, I went on a spiritual quest to know God. That quest had me first study many of the leading cults and groups: Elizabeth Profit, Edgar Casey, Silva Mind Control, NLP, Eckacar and others. I stayed away from the more dangerous social cults, like Scientology. This path lead me to spending time at the feet of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi who lead the Transcendental Meditation movement in the …

Global Flash Learning in Social Movement

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​This is evidence of global flash learning. Also the colaborative power of global knowledge base. In Nov 2013 I wrote these two articles for and UK African magazine Mojaku.co on this topic.