The Secret is NOT ‘The Secret’ at all – THE Secret is – ‘The Present’ – Read on

How do we achieve this state even whilst still functioning in the ‘real world’?

Simple (As are THE great truths of creation)-Occupy your Heart-mind.
Have you ever REALLY wondered just what is mean’t when you are in a meditation group & someone says: “Now, Centre-yourself”..Huh? What does that mean?
Well what they are really trying to say is: Occupy your heart-mind!!!!

Where IS the heart-mind?

Over 25 yrs of Natural therapy has led us to this greater truth that DIS-EASE = A DIS-CONTINUITY IN THE MEMORY THAT WE ARE DIVINE.
That is- The more we see ourselves as separate from Source, the more disease ensues.
So Glen, ‘What is it that separates us from the Divine?’ Simple; living in a space where the Divine is NOT.
Where is the Divine? You guessed it; In our Heart-mind!

What is the Heart mind?

As most of you know, reading these words, many of the great traditions esp. Yogic traditions recognise that our consciousness comprises at least 7 energy centres called chakras. From the Base to the Crown Chakras.
However, These 7 chakras comprise a hidden Trinity (Indeed the great truths of Man- ARE TRIUNE.) being- Each mind comprising 3 chakras:

Gut-Mind = Bottom 3 chakras

Heart-mind = Middle 3 chakras

Head-mind = Top 3 chakas.

These minds then overlap at the 3rd & 5th chakras.

Moreover, the:

Gut-mind represents the Past

Heart-mind represents the Present

Head-mind represents the Future.

Of course, many would say that the present is actually called the present because IT-IS-THE-PRESENT-FROM-THE-CREATOR-TO-US-TO-SPEND-MORE-TIME-IN.

So in truth the secret is NOT really ‘the secret’ at all! The real secret is THE PRESENT.

Now all this sounds really interesting, may be even profound. But how do we go about achieving this ‘Heart-mind’ state Glen?

The gift of life (variously called Chi, Prana, life-force, Vitality, Mana, Pneuma or Ki) is where it’s at.

What do I mean?

Well, claim more of your life force & you automatically claim more of your ‘god-force’. For indeed life IS a gift from the divine & the more we claim of it, the more we become ‘Divine-like’.
Now folks, I’m NOT getting off the heart-mind approach AT ALL. Indeed I’m just trying to widen it’s gambit.
Because we have observed that it-is-automatic, the more life-force you claim, the more your health grows, the more your heart-mind grows & hence the more your Connection with the Divine or ETERNAL-NOW grows.

Do you know you can grow more of your heart-mind via the humble act of eating simple Life force foods?
Did you know that people do NOT die with the excess of ‘death-power’ BUT the LACK of life force?
(Indeed, is the act of dying, ‘dis-honouring’ your life force?)
Did you know that a middle-age spread is actually a sign of a diminshment of your life force & hence a block to helping you occupy your heart mind?
Did you know you can then Honour your life force & Hence the Divine by choosing simple Life force foods?
Would you agree that if we are all ‘Children of God’, then when are we going to ‘grow-up’ & become co-creators ourselves? Indeed IF the creator is eternal, then so are we!

Therefore the simple act of eating becomes a sacred honouring of the divine!… This is NOT some flaky concept we are talking about here. These are real, concrete, simple daily measures you can take to CHOOSE LIFE.

So, we have discovered that you can mainly grow your Heart-mind when you can actually FEED-YOUR-LIFE-FORCE (By the foods that you choose)AS WELL as practice your various Meditative, Yogic, etc traditions!
For, in truth, these ancient practices ALSO buttress your life force too.

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How to Put Together a Presentation Binder

The thought of giving a business presentation strikes fear into many hearts, but it doesn’t have to. A well-prepared presentation starts with written material and illustrations in a business binder, which forms the basis of the oral portion.

Define the Purpose of the Presentation

The first step to preparing a presentation is to define its purpose. Are you proposing a new project, reporting on a completed one, or simply presenting updated information about trends and issues? The information needed for each purpose is different, and the tone of the presentation will vary as well.

Gather and Organize Information

Once you have defined the purpose, gather and organize the necessary information. If you are presenting a proposal for a new project you want to be persuasive; you are asking management to accept and implement your ideas. Obviously you need to describe the project in detail; you should also demonstrate why it is necessary or important, provide estimates of costs vs. benefits or profits, state the goals of the project, give a time line for it, and list the people or departments that will be involved.

When reporting on a finished project, start with a brief overview of what was done and the goals, then discuss the goals individually. Was the goal met? If not, why not? What, if any, unexpected problems or obstacles arose? What, if any, unexpected benefits accrued? Did the overall project meet its budget and schedule as originally proposed? If not, why not? Be sure to provide as much hard data and statistics as possible. Finally, make recommendations for future similar projects: what can be done better next time, what pitfalls should be avoided.

Presenting information on new trends and issues can be the most difficult. If you have been asked to come up with answers to specific questions, make sure you address them directly. If you are gathering information from news media or the internet, be sure to carefully document and cite your sources.

Prepare Charts, Graphs, Illustrations

Much statistical information is easily and effectively presented in a chart, graph or table. The challenge is to come up with just the right format. As with the whole presentation, it helps to define the purpose of each illustration. For example, comparing each quarter’s sales figures for the current and the previous year can be done with a bar graph. For each quarter, perhaps a blue bar for the current year and a yellow bar for the previous year. If a project goal was to increase sales by a certain percentage, that can be noted on or above the current-year bar. An overall project budget can be shown in a pie chart. Software programs such as Excel and PowerPoint have features which make it easy to create graphs and charts.

Write the Text

Next, write a few sentences explaining the data in each graph or chart, and paragraphs summarizing the main points of the presentation. Keep it brief and to-the-point; numbered or bullet-point lists are good. You will fill in most of the details in your oral presentation. Leave blank spaces for note-taking.

Assemble In A Binder

Finally, print out hard copies of your text and illustrations and assemble them in a presentation binder. A loose-leaf ring binder with acetate page protectors can hold a great number of pages, and has the advantage that more information can easily be added later if necessary. Keep one copy for yourself and prepare copies for everyone who will be hearing your presentation.

Once your binders are prepared, you can give your presentation with confidence!