In this regard Gerzon argues that what is needed is dialogue, no conversation, since that can penetrate deeper into the people who handle frames, traditions and different purposes, may fail to generate common meanings, have a shared vision and goal common. The capacity for dialogue would be one of the cornerstones of a holistic policy-oriented pursuit of integrity and not fragmented communities. In Mexico, a policy need not confront people but holistic policy based on dialogue, the democratic relationship and appreciation of diversity. With respect to spirituality is an individual experience, natural and direct of the sacred, the transcendent, the ultimate foundation that is the essence of all that exists. Spirituality is transcultural and can not be affected by the ideas of fashion or social or economic needs.
Transhistorical cosmic context is placing beyond time and space. In the book Dialogues holistic Ramon Gallegos added that compassion from spirituality is a strong interest in helping others, Gallegos says that compassion is love, genuine concern, not pity. He added that the perennial philosophy is the vision that explores the nature of spirituality and where are the answers of the great questions of life. It is the original source of transcendent wisdom, is the space where all religions come together to talk, meet and recognize what they have in common. The Spirituality is the focus of holistic education, religion is not central, but neither is disqualified. Add in the dialogue with Rachael Kessler, that spirituality is a hallmark of holistic education that distinguishes it from other educational visions and gives it a privileged position as a global alternative to carry out important processes for social and cultural development human communities of the twenty-first century.