Much of the activity surrounding transcendence, in the classroom and elsewhere, asks us to confront what we believe, or are told to believe. Transcendence often requires overcoming limiting beliefs. The energy of transcendence is increased when we are held down by negative thoughts about ourselves – whether these thoughts have arisen within us or are provided by others.
What has brought you here – to this moment?
Which set of limiting beliefs do you need to most transcend about your classroom experience – your own limiting beliefs or the beliefs of others?