In a world of multiple choices, it is very important to teach young people to look and think deeply so as to help them develop their emotional intelligence (their EQ, i.e. emotional quotient). It is often believed that a sense of evaluation and discernment is innate and easy to apply. However, if these skills for understanding are not taught, they are very often learnt through experimentation and life experiences that can create a lot of difficulties in our lives. Evaluation of the + and – aspects leads us to question life to understand, discover, to re-discover it, and to know and improve it. Hence, students discover the profound behavioral patterns and attitudes that make up the palette of +|– aspects as well as the multi-dimensions of all our experiences and experimentations in Life.
Discussing +|– = Studying Multi-Dimensions
Through this school program, you will be able to teach young people to feel, to sense and to deeply perceive what they see. They will also understand that there may be a % of positivity, that there may be tendencies within positivity, which can extend from 1% – 100%, just as negativity may also comprise variable dynamics of strengths and weaknesses. Through easy-to-understand examples, students will also study and come to see that negativity may have a positive dynamic. Like a good leader, who understands all facets of a situation, knowledge of + and – enables us to find, propose and activate solutions.
By understanding the whole palette of colors, shades, tones, and nuances of + and –, students can discover different facets both of themselves and of their environment. By learning to evaluate themselves, and to question life, they may then discover the behavioral and emotional nuances that exist in everyone.
Non-judgmental study and evaluation
This essential notion and understanding that, to a certain extent, degree, %, or tendency, there is a palette of colors in all + and all –, reveals that even in – there are always constructive aspects, lessons to be learnt. An error, for example, will eventually help us improve ourselves. Hence, students learn to evaluate with a positive, global conscience, without judging others or the situation itself.
As students progress through the 26 Editions of the 1st year of this school program, they gradually come to understand that emotional intelligence is also a capacity of adaptation and diplomacy in relationships, whereby we understand things, and know that we cannot always share what we sense, feel and perceive, while simultaneously respecting others. Discretion is a great quality that goes hand in hand with emotional intelligence.