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What does it mean to ''think deeply''?
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31 May 2018
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Think Deeply—What Does It Mean?
As humans, we are all capable of advanced and deep thoughts. It's part of what makes us human. There have been many different theories . . . or instructors that show us a way to think more deeply than we previously were able to do. Some people are drawn to one way of deep thinking over the other. Of course, we have our preference too. We love the Transcendental Meditation* (TM) technique.
But what does it mean to think deeply in terms of school curriculum? How does that change the way we educate our students? What does it mean to corporately, as a group, seek to think deeper?
[A blog post on the website of Maharishi School* in Fairfield, Iowa, USA, aims] to answer these questions. . . .
Thinking Deeply Into the Future
More than anything, we want to prepare our students to weather the storms their lives will present and to come out on the other side successful, resilient, and better prepared for next time. Whatever goals our students set for themselves—college, career, life—we believe the depths of their thoughts and the ability to live a balanced life will be their launching point for success.
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* Maharishi School in Fairfield, Iowa, USA features Consciousness-Based Education to develop students' inner potential while they grow in academic achievement. All students, faculty, and staff practice the Transcendental Meditation program, which has been shown through published research to boost intelligence, creativity, and learning ability, improve brain functioning, and reduce stress.
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