Today’s fast-paced, stress-driven life is taking a heavy toll on everyone-specially children. We are advancing and progressing at a rate that is increasing than ever before. The pace at which we all are moving is causing stress and anxiety to many. In the wake of this situation, children of today are facing many learning and behavioural problems. Many of us may attribute this to the conditioning of children in today’s educational landscape. Saral Education, however, identifies its root causes spread across the ecosystem of education.
A well-furnished school, college and house with qualified Educators, digital learning gadgets, high-end equipment and fixtures may not suffice to create a conducive environment for learning and education. There is something more subtle to it that is explained by Saral Education. The unique concept of Saral Education revolves around the four sciences of Direction, Structure, Energy and Chakras that clearly explains the connection between children’s performance and their surroundings.
For example, a child facing a problem with concentration could be linked to the directions being used while studying or the placement of articles kept in study area as per Direction and Structure Science. Based on the kind of directions and structures that are used, the resultant impact could be seen in the flow of energy in the house and finally on the chakras or energy points in children’s body.
As per the four-science theory of Saral Education, the causes of all learning and behavioural problems could be linked to the directional and structural choices we make, while its effects may be seen in terms of the energy flow in our school, college and home environment and the cumulative effect of all falls on the energy points or chakras across our children’s body. The full potential of the children could be realized when the four sciences are applied, resulting in the activation of chakras. When the chakras get activated, children reach the highest state of self-awareness leading to their mind becoming highly receptive to learning and development.