If you think that education simply means going to school and graduating with a decent grade, then you have got a lot of learning to do! This kind of education is just the tip of the iceberg. Once you get to know the holistic approach to learning a little better, you’ll soon realize how much learning things can tie up with the improvement of your health and wellbeing! Here are five concrete examples of this approach in action:
- The Holistic Approach to Physical Education
Physical education is not just about measuring your physical strength, endurance, and all those other more empirical skills. In truth, this subject has a lot more to do with your health and wellbeing than you could ever expect! Instead of just doing whatever your coach tells you to do just to get it over with, why not read up on how these physical activities are controlled by your mental activities, or how being physically fit bodes well for people who wish to become spiritually fit as well? The body is an amazing machine that can offer a lot more than you could ever hope for, so do your research well!
- The Holistic Approach to Math
Math, also known as the hardest of the hard sciences, may not seem like something that could truly benefit your health and wellbeing if you study it. In truth, though, math has a lot to do with all aspects of life experience—the physical, the mental, and the emotional. The physical is fairly obvious, thanks to geometry and the like. The mental is due to all the heightened brain activity studying math can encourage in you, which is always a good thing. Finally, math opens up your spiritual side by letting you go beyond tangible objects and seeing them in their most abstract and conceptual forms.
- The Holistic Approach to Music
This is a fairly easy one to understand. Music, after all, has long been known to reach far beyond the physical world, so much so that it is often used as therapy to improve one’s health and wellbeing. Music is mentally…