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Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Formal & Informal Education | Expanded Definitions
Unity Consciousness #797


(Part 1 of 9)

Formal and informal education continue to be spoken of in ways that prove things are still very much upside down in our definitions, understandings and perceptions.
All things physical, mental and emotional flow from the spirit-soul essence of the Creator. That spirit-soul essence has two aspects: the higher-self and the lower-self.
There is an education driven by the higher-self and an education driven by the lower-self. The higher-self operates from an optimal context. The lower-self operates from a sub-optimal context.
The education of societies is obviously lower-self driven because of what a “society” does versus what a civilization does.
Thus there are two types of formal education: a formal education of civilizations and a formal education of societies.
Most of us live in societies and are thus exposed to a formal education with a curriculum driven and concocted by the lower-spirit.

Defining Formal & Informal Education Of Societies

Formal education of societies has the general definition and connotations of: legal, government-approved, official, widely accepted, greater significance, correct, proper, good, quality, required, organized, refined, the standard, career-oriented and having stricter, thoroughly thought out rules, thus indicative of higher-intelligence.
Formal education of societies comes mainly from schools that are detached from the process of developing wholeness within the individual as an inseparable microcosm of the collective.

Informal education of societies has the general definition and connotations of: what is less than formal education and/or the opposite of formal education.

As the result of the formal education of societies, many people still think negatively about their human beginnings through their African Ancestors. This drastically discounts the overwhelming and ongoing contributions of their African Ancestors and Africans, throughout the Diaspora, to the world.
In essence, formal education teaches “Your Mama” jokes about Africa in a serious, straight-face way. The virus then self-perpetuates sickness of self-esteem by teaching you to repeat the logic, thus repeat denigrations of worldwide Africa to yourself and feel good about laughing at your Mama and thinking your variation of your mother is better than her original Africanness.

As the result of the information provided by the formal education of societies, many people still believe White people made it to America before Blacks and then brought Black people to America. If you understood the story about Christopher Columbus, you would know this is not true.

The formal education of societies teaches the abuse of power because it teaches misunderstanding of self, thus the misuse of self-power. This is proven when you are educated to feel secure in giving high marks to the use of vices as a means of achieving control and dominance rather than use the merits of virtues. Societal power today is based on full and continued use of vices such as killing, stealing, cheating, lying, taxing and so on.
Anyone claiming adulthood and who refuses to give the formal education of societies a failing grade, is formally in a self-induced conscious conscience coma.

Defining Formal & Informal Education Of Civilizations

Formal education of civilizations has the general definition and connotations of: knowledge of self; spiritual-soulful; destiny-oriented; cultivating consciousness that shapes character and conscience; enhancing understanding of the visible in order to understand the invisible, thus enhancing understanding of the circle, cycle and completeness of the totality of Universe; and enhancing understanding of historical experiences in order to understand present and future experiences. Formal education of civilizations comes from parents, the communal group and their institutions that has your individual and collective optimal interests in mind.
Formal education of civilizations embodies the essence of the principles of the early formation of Creation, of Maat, of The Cardinal Principles Of Ancient African Deep Thought, of the Nguzo Saba and of the Rights of Creation. Simply put, formal education of civilizations nurtures human-beingness. It brings together information from all sources so there are no illusionary dichotomies such as formal education/informal education, educated/uneducated, professional/non-professional, business/pleasure, work/play, Church/State, etc.

See “optimal theory,” “African Utamawazo” and keyword listed below for fuller explanations of the components of the formal education of civilizations.

Informal education of civilizations means: spontaneous formal education.


When education is about remembering information and passing tests, then you are appropriately educated to use your genetic potential to benefit the Universal lower-self. This must be so because despite information-related understandings gained during education, if the process does not keep you consciously connected to greater understandings of self as you relate to all else, then you must function in a manner that is disconnected from the greatness of your genetic potential as it is supposed to function based on Ecosystem Logic, thus the Universal higher-self – the greater nature of the Creator.
This is why the formal education of civilizations is driven by the principles of nature, environment, ecosystem within and without; whereas the formal education of societies is driven by the Destroyer portion of Ecosystem Logic. All you have to do is look at what you and formally educated people in societies are doing to self, other humans and the rest of the Ecosystem and then claiming destruction is self-improvement, progress and an unchallengeable prerogative.

Thus, the formal education of civilizations is a unifier of individuals to greater and greater collectives whereas the formal education of societies is divisive. This must be so because the former seeks to unify understandings by fixing broken logic so more optimal functioning can exist whereas the latter seeks to keep understandings divided in order to make broken logic seem like it is working so suboptimal functioning can persist, thus power can persist that is obtained through the use of vices.

Identify the spirit of the formal education you have received and are still receiving.

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