Publications

The Story of Bodhi and Chitta

Dr. Meyrav Mor

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I would like to share with you a taster of Abiding Heart’s primary curriculum content. This section is from

 Just Being: Compassionate Weeks curriculum for Class 6-8 (age 12-15). The following story and activities are an example of an immersive week exploring socio-emotional themes using the Buddhist pedagogy of listening, contemplating, and meditating.

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The Naughty Spirit that Wanted to be Green Tara

Dr. Meyrav Mor

The following contemplative story aims to provide support for children who experience jealousy and struggle to manage it. The story is told to the whole class as a way to awaken self-reflection, taking responsibility for one’s actions and the courage to accept what we can't have.

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The Making of Abiding Heart: Beyond

Contemplative Education

Dr. Meyrav Mor

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In 2000, a nascent Abiding Heart Education began its journey with the establishment of my first school in Nepal, Tashi Waldorf School, which integrated Waldorf methodology with Himalayan cultural heritage. Tibetan Buddhism was central to the school’s curriculum due to the primary importance of supporting and nurturing the connection between displaced Tibetan and high Himalayan students and their linguistic and cultural heritage.

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Abiding Heart Education...

What Is It all About?

Dr. Meyrav Mor

Have you ever considered an approach to applied Buddhism where being a primary or kindergarten teacher can also be a path of inner development inspired by the teachings of the Buddha? 

And another thought: Can the learning process and schooling for children be an integral part of inner development on the Buddhist path?

We, at Abiding Heart Education, have been working for many years to answer these questions. 

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