As Centerpath teaches, an essential function of centers is to unite hosts of ‘things’ into larger, cohesive organizations.
This phenomenon is especially evident in large-scale human groupings where a single, central symbol can serve to unite 100’s of millions of people.
Nowhere is this more apparent than at the entrance to the Forbidden City at the heart of Beijing where a huge portrait of Mao resides (see image below).
While standing there viewing the portrait, you can almost feel the hearts of 1.4 billion people come together as one—united in the shared image of their iconic leader at the core of their collective psyche.
A powerful experience made even more meaningful, through a basic knowledge of Centerpath!
If you want to learn more about how centers unite all sorts of things (including flocks, families, teams, corporations, armies, nations, and your life) you’ll need to spend some time with Centerpath.
Check out my blog to find how to get started at: http://jinnuablog.com/index.php/a-jin-welcome/the-essentials/.
Learn how thru recognizing nature’s centers, you can reconnect with your true self…and possibly obtain higher awareness.
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The power of ‘Now’ is limitless! See my book “Seven Paths to Power” to discover the magic of ‘Now’—-and how you can use it to create a fuller and happier life!
I’m proud to announce the completion of the sixth book of my Centerpath Master Book Series!
Seven Paths to Power is a major milestone in Centerpath. It takes the ideas of Heart of the Gold to the next level—showing how centers stich together all the aspects of our lives including its points of origin, the importance of today and now, how to choose the best paths in life, and how we can get closer to the Great Creator and the divine.
Check out this excerpt to get a feel for the breadth, excitement, and deeply rich insights of Seven Paths to Power!
I’m pleased to announce my upcoming FREE seminar at the Hive on Thursday, 21-Sep-17 at 7 p.m.
If you want to learn more about the universe and life…if you want to put nature’s wisdoms to work in your life…if you want to begin your life afresh…if you want to be happy…than Centerpath is for you.
Through its simple yet wide ranging, Centerpath promises to heal our weary hearts and elevate our experience to higher planes of being. Come join the Centerpath Spiritual Revolution!
See you at The Hive!
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If you are ever unsure, simply journey to the center and you will become sure and all will be well.
I’m excited to announce the completion of my second children’s book entitled “Raindrops”!
Raindrops is fun and unique. It examines the parallels between the human life cycle and the atmosphere’s water-vapor cycle.
Set against the backdrop of flowing down the river of life, Raindrops examines the changes, delights, and challenges we experience as we traverse life’s wonderful journey.
Like my other kid’s book “A Walk on the Beach”, you can view excerpts of Raindrops at this following link.
There’s deeper meaning to the phrase ‘nuclear family’ than most expect. For not only does the term accurately describe the shape of families—i.e. children circling about their parents, we’re also able to glean a host of additional insights to family dynamics through an atom’s internal relationships.
Take for instance what nucleons at the heart of an atom tell us about the relationship of husband and wife at the core of a family. In this instance ‘man and woman’ come together in powerful bonds of love (whose mighty bond is reflected in the contract and social expectations of marriage), not much unlike the incredible forces that bind protons and neutrons at the center of an atom.
And like the incredible nuclear force that bonds protons and neutrons, the bond of love is very powerful keeping us aligned, yearning, and drawn towards one another. So strong in fact, that breaking the bonds of marriage through a divorce can feel as volatile as the feiry released when atoms are split in a nuclear blast!
Further insights toward bolstering one’s marriage comes from the incredible spatial relationship between neutrons and protons at the core of atoms. Here the nuclear force serves to maintain neutrons and protons at exactly the ‘right’ distance apart—repulsing them if they get too close together and likewise, attracting them if they get too far apart.
This phenomena exactly reflects the sentiments of the lyrics “hold on loosely, but never let go. If you cling too tightly, you’ll lose control” which describes balanced relationships as maintaining just the right ‘distance’. An illuminating atomic parallel for those wishing to keep their relationship in check!
A great example of center dynamics organizing nature and man in the same ways!
one + one = ONE
Without knowing it we are participating in the cosmic whole forming dance practically every moment we’re in the company of another. For from the moment we simply share something in common we have created something larger in which we are than only a part –united through the central item we share.
And the centers that unite us are many. They might be a shared proximity or locale, clasped hands, a conversation, friendship, mutual respect, give and take, love, eye contact, and competition or cooperation for a desired objective. They can also be shared meanings, ‘identity’, and common purposes which are especially operative at larger ‘scale’ groupings (we’ll examine more on this later).
But in each case the sharing of common mental and physical ‘spaces’ does the same thing –it merges its participants into a larger single ‘organism’. On the level of two individuals such organisms are commonly referred to as friends, couples, acquaintances, associates, etc. but also strangers who perchance to strike up a simple conversation.
On larger scale groupings it is anytime people circle around the same object such as at concerts, rubber necking toward an accident, reading the same news, and around common rituals and symbols.
One plus one indeed equals one through the dynamic whole forging dynamic of the universe as reflected in the Center Ordering Principle.