Ramon Gallegos Nava is the father of holistic education and the spiritual intelligence, the author that has written on both issues at the global level, has published 25 books. This essay focuses on his extraordinary work which has led the most transcendent movement today. His works speak or are written about the beginnings of the holistic education and the cultivation of the spiritual ending with education holistic intelligence: pedagogy of Universal love. (The book of the year 2001 in the United States of America). Like that there was a dialogue about holistic education, we all share some universal principles that are central, is important to be very clear about what it means education holistic, its objectives and its structure, as a new educational paradigm that has a new centrality and a set of concepts as a totality, integrity, spirituality, learning community, unity consciousness, transcendence, pluralism etc. Spirituality is not religious belief, beliefs are not the essence of spirituality this is an immediate and direct experience of the transcendent, universal love, genuine spirituality we don’t individualist, on the contrary, makes us universal. One of the characteristics of spirituality is that it leads to interest us and love everything, never takes us to individualism, personally I would suggest that children who come to the world not to come because they want to be spiritual, are spiritual beings who come to the world because they want to be physical human beings. Be embodied in this world is something that has a purpose, so it is not to teach them to be spiritual because they already are, be separated, in a separate agency, a special effort is needed to reach the unit again, that effort is the same process of human beings. It should be a much more balanced society in all aspects, a holistic sustainable society is the one that generates the conditions, structures and institutions that enable individuals to achieve your lighting in the truest sense of the concept, and also defining the individual do not in the sense of person nor in the sense of individualism, but in the sense of individuality.