New Acropolis volunteers from Chicago hosted students from the Global Citizenship Experience Lab School (GCE), an alternative high-school which focuses on experience learning. The students took part in a class[…]
One day of deep acquaintance with Egypt Culture .The program included three short lectures on main Egyptian symbols, reading egyptian hieroglyphics and symbolism of colours. The participants learned to paint[…]
The Szeged centre of New Acropolis held a deodorant making workshop to promote an environmentally responsible and health-conscious lifestyle. The home-made substance has the advantage that it is made of[…]
Life is neither good or evil, but only a place for good and evil.
We often speak about the stars, the planets, the animals, the sky, the Earth, water or snow and we forget the real sense and meaning of the word Universe. Man asks himself questions about the whole of Nature, of which he himself is a part, but he tends to lose the central idea to which […]
In myths we can find the archetypes that can guide our life and help us discover our soul. In the case of goddesses, these can reveal to women the primordial forces of the spiritual world and help us to understand the inner being that characterizes our female complexity. Jorge Angel Livraga, founder of New Acropolis, […]
Veganism, vegetarianism and other flexible plant-based diets have become more and more advertised and promoted through the media. While Vegans have been the advocates of an animal-free diet, mostly for ethical reasons, for decades, they are now being backed up by the scientific community praising the healthy and environmental benefits of such diets. The Health […]
History is rich with inspiring examples of the human spirit flourishing. One of the strongest among them is the Renaissance. It generated a change in the perception of the world and provided a new understanding of the human being, reviving the idea of interconnection between the Macrocosm (the Universe/divine) and the Microcosm (the human being). […]
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