Lovescaping represents the beginning
of a movement, a paradigm shift to make
the world a better, more loving place.
The impact of teaching people- from young children, to mature adults- how to love, will change the world. Measuring the impact of such a monumental endeavor is by no means a simple task, especially because the effects carry on into the future. But the results will be self-evident: when we build a society based on learning how to love and that practices love in action, we will witness a dramatic decrease in violence, crime, xenophobia, racism, and all other forms of oppression and hatred.
Once the seeds of love are planted, they will only bloom and continue to grow.
However, to gauge whether the classes or workshops are being effective, we will use a survey to assess what was learned, the effectiveness of the lessons and receive feedback.
Whenever there is a class, there will be an initial survey that will assess a person’s current emotional state, learn about their sense of self-esteem, self-love and self-awareness, and understand what sort of interior dialogue they have with themselves. A second survey will be delivered at the conclusion of the course to measure how much people feel the course was beneficial in building their social and emotional skills. In addition, the instructor will be responsible for taking notes and observations on each individual’s process and gather rich, qualitative data that will help us get a sense for the changes that each student undergoes.
The real impact, however, will be long-term, and we hope to keep in touch with our participants to learn more about how Lovescaping has affected their lives!