Image shows an opened textbook on the grass, harmonious with the environment to represent education in the Golden Age.

Education In The Golden Age


The development of a new civilization on the New Earth involves the building of positive and caring interpersonal relationships. The young and old of this new civilization will learn to live in harmony with one another. Education plays the most important role in achieving this goal, especially in children.


Education will undergo considerable improvements. The new curriculum will emphasize the symbiotic relationships between people, technology and the environment. The focus will be on the interrelationships of humans with Earth and with each other. Early education will emphasize understanding and cooperation.


Community Schools


The learning environment will become more suitable for children. Community schools will replace the old schools and children will flower. They will be taught less of other people’s ideas and their innate gifts will be drawn out more. Education will be right- and left-brain-balanced, with more creative expression and honest communication encouraged. These smaller local schools will allow contented, balanced and evolved children to emerge, ready for the Golden Age.


Children will be given time to explore their own interests while also participating in cooperative behavior and interaction with other children and the environment. Hands-on experiments and tours of the natural environment will provide ongoing laboratories of learning.


The Ways of Love


In the schools of a unified planetary civilization, educational programs would teach the ways of love and to renounce the ways of fear. They would accurately document how fear motivation led to sorrow, suffering and disease. They would show that love motivation led to greater intelligence, good spirits, a healthy body, material prosperity and enjoyment of life.


Patriotism and national pride, which tend to obscure the contributions of other nations, would no longer be relevant to a unity-based culture. Children would be educated from birth to consider themselves planetary citizens, without sacrificing freedom and individuality to any form of totalitarianism. Education would stress a cooperative world enterprise in which individuality, creativity and cooperation would be the norm rather than the exception.


In the schools of tomorrow, classrooms would provide information about human behavior and the forces that shape our culture and values. Education would emphasize humane values and communication, an essential process to improve the interaction and communication between people of all races, colors and beliefs.


Accessible and Affordable Education to All


Education at all levels will be accessible and affordable to everyone. Academic systems will stimulate the desire to learn, and preparation and distribution of textbooks along with development of computerized and televised lessons will be done expeditiously. Instruction about accurate planetary history and authentic universal knowledge for every level from early childhood through postdoctoral studies will be available to everyone.


Along with extensive courses in all branches of science, philosophy, mathematics and languages, other subjects will include spiritual and metaphysical studies. Because all forms of artistic expression come from the Soul, music, writing, painting, sculpture and all types of arts and crafts will be given emphasis commensurate with their vital importance.


Harmonious sounds bring individuals into harmony. In schools, music will be played to heal and soothe children so that they can learn more easily.


Expanded Brain Usage


To improve the mental condition of all students, not only are books and other visual and/or auditory aids are used, but also through games that are both physically and mentally stimulating.


The greatest change, however, will be the expanded brain usage and increased capacity for reasoning that will lead to much greater interest and facility in acquiring knowledge. This glorious aspect of Earth’s Golden Age applies not only to students, but to everyone who is living in those high vibrations.




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