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EDUCATION

EDUCATION

TAKETINA IN EDUCATION…

  • Reduces the fear of making mistakes
  • Builds self confidence
  • Develops a profound ability to concentrate and process information
  • Improves flexibility
  • Generates access to intuitive learning
  • Shows that chaos is a fundamental power of life and provides a creative procedure
  • Enables everyone to learn in an individual tempo.

Playing with excessive demands…

One specialty of the TaKeTiNa rhythm process and education is that it does not introduce the content separately or step by step. Learning happens on many levels simultaneously. Each layer itself is simple and elementary but as these different layers are combined, they form a complexity which is impossible to handle for our rational mind. This leads to a loss of control and understanding, forcing our system to find other possibilities and new ways. Our intuition – the essential compass for the complexity of our time – comes into play.

In linear learning, after making a mistake, the participants would be have to start from the beginning again. In TaKeTiNa education, however, the rhythm continues and therefore the participants do not have to opportunity to return to any imaginary place. In this particular moment we feel chaos and order at the same time – a key experience to reach a deeper level of understanding and we are guided back into the rhythm by new forces.

“Suddenly even the impossible becomes possible.”

The fluctuation between chaos and phases of order is a phenomenon that  does not only exist in TaKeTiNa, but it is also inherent in any living organism. Everything in nature fluctuates between chaos and order. The conscious application of this phenomenon in TaKeTiNa creates flexibility, resilience, and a deeper tolerance for states of frustration.

Learning independently from praise and blame promotes self awareness and self motivation. Deep confidence and the feeling of being carried are experienced and the fear of making mistakes moves towards the background of our perception and becomes unimportant.

TAKETINA IN EDUCATION

  • Reduces the fear of making mistakes
  • Builds self confidence
  • Develops a profound ability to concentrate and process information
  • Improves flexibility
  • Generates access to intuitive learning
  • Shows that chaos is a fundamental power of life and provides a creative procedure
  • Enables everyone to learn in an individual tempo.

Playing with excessive demands…

One specialty of the TaKeTiNa rhythm process is that it does not introduce the content separately or step by step. Learning happens on many levels simultaneously. Each layer itself is simple and elementary but as these different layers are combined, they form a complexity which is impossible to handle for our rational mind. This leads to a loss of control and understanding, forcing our system to find other possibilities and new ways. Our intuition – the essential compass for the complexity of our time – comes into play.

In linear learning, after making a mistake, the participants would be have to start from the beginning again. In TaKeTiNa, however, the rhythm continues and therefore the participants do not have to opportunity to return to any imaginary place. In this particular moment we feel chaos and order at the same time – a key experience to reach a deeper level of understanding and we are guided back into the rhythm by new forces.

“Suddenly even the impossible becomes possible.”

The fluctuation between chaos and phases of order is a phenomenon that  does not only exist in TaKeTiNa, but it is also inherent in any living organism. Everything in nature fluctuates between chaos and order. The conscious application of this phenomenon in TaKeTiNa creates flexibility, resilience, and a deeper tolerance for states of frustration.

Learning independently from praise and blame promotes self awareness and self motivation. Deep confidence and the feeling of being carried are experienced and the fear of making mistakes moves towards the background of our perception and becomes unimportant.

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