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Our Educational Philosophy
HR = Human Resources
HR = Harmonious Resilience
Our education is Human Resources centered to create Harmonious Resilience in the workplace. Harmonious Resilience is a tuned-in capability to traverse change and facilitate growth. Our school is a training center manifesting individual growth through inner discovery-based learning.
“Water is fluid, soft, and yielding. But water will wear away rock, which is rigid and cannot yield. As a rule, whatever is fluid, soft, and yielding will overcome whatever is rigid and hard.” - Lao Tzu, Chinese Philosopher
Human Healing. | Human Harmony. | Human Haven. | Resilient Resources. | Restorative Resources. | Realistic Resources. |
Our Curriculum Vision:
- Human Healing: Courses focused on achieving workplace wellness for individuals and organizations.
- Human Harmony: Courses designed to establish inner peace personally and professionally.
- Human Haven: Safe learning environments that serve as a retreat and sanctuary.
- Resilient Resources: Courses created to strengthen practices for fluidity.
- Restorative Resources: Courses that serve as a catalyst for individual and organizational well-being.
- Realistic Resources: Course structures and outcomes that are practical in application and delivery.
Applied Theories in our Educational Designs
Your Three Bodies
The Three Treasures of Qigong are Jing (essence), Qi (energy), and Shen (spirit). The name “Treasure” describes your internal resources as precious jewels that should be guarded and taken care of. At their core, they make up who you are as an individual. They give you life and shape the answers to three questions: Who am I? Why am I here? What do I want?
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As Carol Sanford explains, “The non-heroic path is a journey. It comes from learning how to live our lives and play our roles in ways that are designed to create change. It is slow, steady, cumulative, and powerful. It depends on coming to know ourselves, understanding how our minds work, and learning to shape and direct creative energies.”
Four Ways of Knowing
Our courses integrate a collaborative inquiry research methodology. This comes alive as a social learning component where learners are asked to explore their experiences through Heron and Reason's 4 ways of knowing: experiential, presentational, propositional and practical.
As Simon Sinek explains, "This part of the brain is responsible for our behavior and decision making. It's also responsible for our feelings, like trust and loyalty. But it has no capacity for language. This is where gut feelings come from. It's not our stomach. It's a feeling we get about a decision we have to make that we struggle to explain."
Brené Brown shares, “Vulnerability is the birthplace of love, belonging, joy, courage, empathy, and creativity. It is the source of hope, empathy, accountability, and authenticity. If we want greater clarity in our purpose or deeper and more meaningful spiritual lives, vulnerability is the path.”
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Meet our Educators
Samm Smeltzer, M.Ed.
Samm has playfully been referred to as the “Unicorn”, this comes from her eternal optimism for the possibilities of what the workplace could be.Online learning and training have become an essential part of our society. LearnWorlds is one of the top platforms to create and sell online courses.
Nancy Nicholas, M.Ed.
Nancy shares over 26 years of experience in the Customer Service and the Education fields. She has gained her knowledge and experience within three different industries in South Central Pennsylvania. Online learning and training have become an essential part of our society. LearnWorlds is one of the top platforms to create and sell online courses.
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