Author: Dufty
Author: David Dufty

This chapter explores the concept of timeless learning. It first identifies several characteristics of timeless learning. Some of these characteristics include that it is holistic, connected, embodied, soulful, transformative, non-dualistic, immeasurable, and mysterious. Some examples of these characteristics are also included. The second part of the paper describes basic processes that facilitate timeless learning. These include letting go, attention, contemplation, and compassion. The last part of the paper discusses briefly various programs that are oriented towards timeless learning and includes a brief discussion of Waldorf education, Montessori education and Krishnamurti’s vision of learning

In: The Wheels of Soul in Education
In: International Journal of Comparative Sociology
In: International Journal of Comparative Sociology
In: International Journal of Comparative Sociology