Come and join the Centerpath spiritual revolution!
Where can you find purpose, meaning, truth, and the reason why?
Simply uncover the center of what you seek.
Let Centerlife show you how.
Kindred Spirit magazine just published an article I wrote on how spending more time in nature not only increases your spirituality quotient, but might also lead to a spiritual awakening.
Download the full article as a .pdf from the following link.
BTW–Kindred Spirit is a wonderful magazine covering a large range of topics related to balanced living, wellness, and spiritualty. Check them out at kindredspirit.co.uk.
Centers Power the Universe
Bringing Order and Harmony to All Creations
To Your Life as Well
If You Know How
Let Centerlife Show You the Way
Find your true self on the centerPath; nature self art science freedom; outside the human world; the temple of the heart; beyond the human centered world into the worlds of nature and art on your way to the heart of the universe;
connections; increasing order; increasing harmony; increasing beauty; connect art science nature and mind; use the mind to find the connections underlying all things; follow the flow pattern toward the center;
align; alignment; shed your mental baggage and become freer and freer as you approach the center Heart; become a little child again regain your senses of wonder delight curiosity as you walk the path of jin nua;
become who you are; who are you? you are heart and way; are you centered?… this is the way to the heart… centering;
the quickening; the gathering; the greater path; the higher path; the deeper path; the centerPath;
beauty is a fractal; no matter deep you look you find finer and finer beauty; harmony is fractal; no matter how far you ride the horse with no name, harmony after harmony after harmony; centers are fractal; follow the centers as they quicken and gather around the heart;
more than random chaos; more than empty nothingness; pure heart, golden centerPath;
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
Almost got a TedxTalk slot at Cornell University (however didn’t make the final cut). In either event, you can view the pitch I submitted to Cornell in the link below which goes a long way in explaining how Centerlife was discovered, how it works, and how to apply it to our lives.
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!
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.