EVERYONE HAS A SELF-IMAGE, defining our sense of identity and delimiting our potential as human beings.
What if …
… the purpose of education was to create positive images resulting in positive behavior?
… individuals were empowered to change their images to release their mystery, depth and greatness?
… communities created images that empowered residents to address their challenges and create the community they desired?
Starting in 1964 these questions were tested with youth gangs, in preschools and public schools, in communities and organizations. Curriculum was created and courses were developed that are taught globally today.
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YMCA Training, Inc. (Boston)
In its pioneering work in urban and rural areas, demonstrations of Imaginal Education are still going on globally including: