Author Archives: Jin Nua

Wellpath Mantra (The First of ‘The Seven Paths’)

Check out this cool video from my upcoming course entitled ‘Centerlife – Seven Paths to Happiness’. The video reminds the importance of keeping our core center strong–i.e. our physical center!

Practice this mantra at least once a week and watch your health and wellness soar!

Wellpath Mantra (The First of 'The Seven Paths')

Why We Like Math

Why does everyone like math?

It’s simple. It’s because we can trust in math.

Math is truthful, consistent, dependable, and always providing the same result. The precise qualities we strive for on a personal level and seek out in others.

Math also reflects the inherent harmony of the universe. Through math we can plainly see the underlying order, symmetry, beauty, and balance of nature and being.

So next time you help a child with their math homework or use math, relish knowing you’re doing much more than performing a mechanical operation. Know instead you’re actually wielding the magic of the universe in the most essential and delightful of ways.

New Technical Paper by Jin!

The cycle of returning things to their source permeates the universe. It’s the phenomenon that drives salmon to migrate to their original spawning ground, dying stars to collapse back to their originating gravitational center, and why we’re all inexplicably drawn to be buried in our hometowns.


Applying this essential function to how the mind processes sensory data, I developed the paper (see link below) outlining how our minds re-project sensory signals back upon their source—i.e., after the mind recreates the signal in our minds, it then ‘returns it to its source’ where it originated from.


Fun stuff.

View the Paper Here (in pdf)

Centerpath, Centerlife, and i-Citizen

Learn more about Centerpath, Centerlife, and i-Citizen (and how they are interrelated) in this great Introductory Video.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUCofw07vzdV2iD4n7bq9UQ