The Roots of Centerlife

Centerlife Emerged From Nature

Centerlife's Background

Where Life Meets Nature

Centerlife is a spiritual tradition emphasizing living in accordance with the laws and processes of nature

Centerlife teaches that through aligning our lives to nature’s harmony generating ways, we can naturally uplift our lives. The benefits we stand to gain include the qualities of beauty, symmetry, balance, holism, and collaboration and of course, happiness, and bliss!

Centerlife’s origins reside in the writings of Jin Nua who, following a spiritual awakening in 1998, began studying nature in order to better understand the true character of being. Following his theoretical breakthroughs on the character of being (see The Centerpath Papers and Encyclopedia Centerpath), Jin focused more-and-more on Centerpath applications that apply to our lives which is broadly labeled as Centerlife.

Centerlife’s concepts are largely included in Jin’s three new age, self-help books entitled Centerlife - Happiness by Design, Heart of Gold, and Seven Paths to Power.

Additional Centerlife practices can be found on Jin’s social media sites (in particular on his blog and Utube sites) which include Centerlife’s cornerstone life practice system referred to as the Seven Paths of Centerlife.

The Path

The Path to Fulfillment? Emulate Nature's Way!

The Centerpath life practice (“Centerlife”) emphasizes living in harmony with nature through emulating her great creative process. Centerlife teaches that once you realign your life with the wisdom flowing throughout nature and indeed one’s being, you have a chance to restore beauty, symmetry, balance, holism, and collaborative relationships back in your life—just like all other creations in nature.

To this end, Centerlife emphasizes the need to instill as much purity and virtue into all the centers of one’s life which directly translates into a more enriched and wholesome, larger life.

Centerlife focuses on are beginning points (originating centers) as well as the various physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual centers as reflected by our needs, wants, and desires.

As starting points in our lives, these centers are the key moments of inception in our lives as thoughts, reactions, interactions, choices, words, and actions. As Jin puts it “little moments of glory planting the seeds for ever more glorious things to follow.

Thus, as you go about your life, you can ensure a degree of excellence in all you ultimately create—the strength and quality of your relationships, the impressions and lasting memories you leave on others, your reputation, the character of your children; if you begin all things with great intentions—virtuously and with a golden heart.”

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