Psychological Training “The Method Of Integral Development”

Dr. Michael LaitmanQuestion: There is a problem in attracting an audience for integral education. As far as I know, people want to learn something, to receive some knowledge, and don’t want to be educated at all.

Is it correct to camouflage our courses as  psychology or some other kind  of course to attract people and then present them as an instrument for unity? That is, presenting integral training in such a package.

Answer: I don’t understand you, do we lie to people? How is our training different from any other psychological training?

We gather them in tens, in roundtables, and give them psychological training. We show them that by connecting and uniting between us and by working according to the system of our connection, when they are not rejecting each other, but are supporting each other, when they are trying to find a common solution—suddenly they discover some special inner strength. This is psychological training.

There are hundreds, even thousands of training labs like these that deal with this around the world. Why are you differentiating us as some kind of mystic group that is not clear about what it is dealing with and that doesn’t know what it is disseminating?

And you can call and integral education, because we want to change a person, it is better to adapt to a world in which he lives. In principle, no matter what to call our course – even the “Method of integral development,” because it is no different from any psychology.

Our psychological training is called Integral Education. You can also call it integral upbringing since with it we want to change the person to better to adapt to the world he lives in. In principle, it doesn’t matter what you call our course, even “the Method of Integral Development,” since it is no different from any other psychology.
From the 2nd part of the Daily Kabbalah Lesson 7/21/13, Shamati #59 “About the Rod and the Serpent”

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