It is very important to consider the concept of holistic education and thus strengthen their own identity, generate an integrity in the holistic education community itself, using the same language and to build together a new education and a new world. In Mexico there is a clear spiritual perspective and there may be something common between Mexico and Australia. Dialogue with Rachael Keesler (Director of the Institute for Social and Emotional Learning) to Dr Gallegos said on "inner spirituality." Undoubtedly, the basis or essence of education is holistic spirituality. Holism is considered as individualistic, although in reality the genuine spirituality makes us universal. Spirituality makes us more compassionate, universal and social. Dr. Gallegos sees three main spiritual paths: the path of knowledge, the path of devotion and the path of action. Keesler has helped teachers learn how to understand and accept his own shadow so they can have compassion and openness to all types of students they work with.
Holistic educators have a vision different from other educational visions that are based only on the intellectual, conceptual and information, as the holistic view allows you to enter a process of self-knowledge, autoindagacion and transcendental and spiritual practice is achieved. Jack Miller (Professor in the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning of the Ontario Institute for Educational Studies at the University of Toronto and coordinator of the Educational Center for Holistic and Aesthetic Education of the Institute) with Dr. Gallegos said the issue " Pedagogy of Universal Love. " From a spiritual standpoint, we do not live separate from others, but the connection with everything, including animal life and nature, spirituality leads us to live a life of detachment, without ego, the need of wanting to relieve human suffering.