10 Ways Purity Can Change Your Life

Nature, like all great spiritual and religious traditions that have followed in her footsteps, instills purity in all her starting points to ensure that the overall creation is equally well-balanced and well-formed.

Continuing in this mighty tradition, use this modern day Centerlife equivalent to discover fresh and practical means to employ purity to uplift and enhance your life! You can also download a pdf file at this link.

10 Ways to Become Centered

Use these new and practical methods to become more centered and thereby calmer, happier, and more focused!

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10 Ways to Become Centered – Jin Nua Teachings

10 Ways To Become Centered

“A long, deep breath is the equivalent of a full stop and the key to centering”

-Eric Maisel

Centering brings a host of untold benefits including peace of mind, increased clarity, a broader view, and an amplified ability to focus and apply one’s intentions.

Jin Nua, acclaimed speaker and author of the Centerlife Book Series, shows that while most focus on the classic techniques of yoga and meditation, there are in fact many alternative means to center yourself in your weekly routine.

6th Annual Int’l Conf on Spirituality and Psychology

I was honoured again to speak at the “International Conference on Spirituality and Psychology” which occurred on 13-Mar-2021 (my presentation can be viewed at this link):

Even though virtual this year, the conference was a rousing success on many levels!

A big hat’s off to organizers for hosting such a meaningful and highly successful conference. Spirituality and psychology remain the most significant disciplines towards improving the human condition thus this forum is of utmost significance!


In addition to supporting the organizers as a committee member I will also joined as a panel speaker for the panel discussion which can be viewed at this link:

6th Annual International Conference on Spirituality and Health


I am excited to announce I will be supporting the “6th Annual International Conference on Spirituality and Health” as a committee member.

This year’s conference will be virtual and occur between 13-15 March 2021.This year’s conference theme is “Reframing, Rebuilding, Reconnecting” and will include a host of international experts in psychology and spirituality delivering many diverse and excellent topics.

Center Everyday

While most focus on the classic techniques of yoga and meditation to center themselves, there are in fact many alternative ways to center your mind through our day-to-day routines and by just getting closer to nature.

In our daily routines you can accomplish the goal by fully focusing on the task at hand. Whether playing with your children, undertaking a hobby, playing music, or simply doing the dishes; directing your utmost attention to the space and time before you brings you closer to the moment, others, and yourself. You will become more centered and peaceful.

Being in and around nature accomplishes the same goal (see for yourself via studies like this: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0013935118303323 ).

Some of my favorite nature-focused activities include;

— Rock Balancing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZF62fI3KK5s

— Sand Art: http://www.sandcircles.co.uk/latest.php

— Forest Bathing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=stuZaKB9j7I

— Bonsai: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEGevD5jd64

— Walk in a Labyrinth: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/travel/walk-worlds-meditative-labyrinths-180957823/

— Nature and the Meaning of Life: Walk in nature and listen to this VDO on the Meaning of Life:

— Visit the Heart of the Universe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4916WU7fOiA

Rock balancing image courtesy Michael Grab

MBS Conference Feb 2020

I was lucky to speak at the Mind Body Spirit conference in Bangkok in late February 2020. It was a great day full of talk of beauty, balance, harmony, and hope. I love nothing more than sharing Centerlife with others and (hopefully) giving them some new insights to nature and life!

West Meets East

A modern day equivalent to the Eastern thought systems of Zen, Taoism, and Confucianism; the combined systems of Centerpath, Centerlife, and i-Citizen form the necessary framework to guide our thoughts, model our lives, and govern our societies.