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Transforming the World

 

Sharing psychological and Aboriginal ways of creating culture.

 

For people who want to re-imagine the universe

 

One of the laws of the land is that leaders create culture; work culture, sporting clubs, family culture. We show step-by-step, stage-by-stage mind development for leaders to understand how they create the culture of the organisation they lead.

To experience ‘Creating culture’, introductory 1.5hours, the first Tuesday of every month, cost $50. Register  now or we will come to your group or workplace.

Leaders are at the centre of an ever-expanding web of influence, they create the culture of an organisation or community. In traditional Aboriginal communities, people were trained to see beyond everyday reality and Elders needed to see 7 generations back in time and 7 generation forward in time. Their minds were developed well beyond what we today think is possible.

There are four types of leaders. The natural leader is indistinguishable from the will of those who selected him/her. The next best leader enjoys the love and praise of the people. The poor leader rules through coercion and fear. And the worst leader is a tyrant despised by the multitudes who are the victims of his/her power. Tao te ching

We have all seen natural leaders. Their power comes from within and like a gravitational force people are automatically drawn to them.

 
Keynote:
Freedom See Shaun’s Tedx talk
Leaders without Borders

is our step by step, stage by stage process to develop natural leaders that can transform the world through infinite humane wisdom. Each step has simple, inclusive, integrated experiences, that you understand in a weekend but may take years to master.

Stage one: 5 weekends.

Wisdom

Everyday Reality. Knowledge and experience in practice.  

No prerequisite required.

Everyday Reality, as shown in the painting above: A real life not a perfect life. We need to stop sharing perfect images of fake lives and live, love and learn in the everyday reality of life, with mistakes and toilet breaks.

Steps:

  1. Understand the emotional landscape, mastery is being emotionally/mentally healthy
  2. Anchor to your nature, place and purpose – balance and harmony
  3. Weaving the social fabric – social/cultural health
  4. Living in perfect harmony inside and out.

 

Stage two: 7 weekends

Prerequisite is stage 1 put into practice.

Wisdom

Hidden Patterns of Life follows laws that cannot be broken, bent or altered in any way.  

Hidden patterns of life as shown in the painting above: Indigenous people of the world know that everything is connected in one energy pattern throughout the universe. Stage one prepares our body and mind. Our body becomes a vessel for the soul (pattern) and the mind a channel for the spirit (energy). We can only see this connected energy pattern from our place in it.

Steps:

  1. Understanding the laws of the land, the dual nature of life and your energy pattern
  2. Finding the key to your power, the focus of your destiny and your source
  3. Unlocking your soul and infinite power
  4. Seated at your seat of power, beneath the beneath leads to the birth of abundance
  5. Re-birth of humanity
Stage three: 5 weekends.

Prerequisite is stage 2 put into practice.

Wisdom

Cosmic Reality. We have to stay connected to Everyday Reality and accept the Hidden Patterns of Life to observe the cycles of time and space.

The third stage, Cosmic Reality, as shown in the painting above, shows people how to align their energised soul and spirit with the cycles of time and space. Stage three allows you to receive your higher purpose. Not everyone will get to this stage. Mastering this stage leads to the re-imagining of the universe.

Steps:

  1. Everything and nothing
  2. The power of three
  3. The secrets of the universe
  4. Re-imagining the universe

Realm Theory is a mathematical proof/scientific paper of this process.

References:

Cleary, T (1996) Opening the Dragon Gate Periplus Editions Boston
Laszlo, E (2006) The Chaos Point Piatkus London
Mant, A. (1997) Intelligent Leadership. Allen & Unwin NSW
Mc Donald, P (2003) History of the Concept of the Mind vol 1 &2 Ashgate England
Yusef, M, (2008) Creating a world without poverty: Social business and the future of capitalism

View StoryCreating Reality

In a Native American parable, the Creator gathers all the animals and says: “I want to hide something from humans until they are ready for it - the realization that they create their own reality - ”
“Give it to me. I'll fly it to the moon,” says the eagle.
“No, one day soon they will go there and find it.”
“How about the bottom of the ocean?”  asks the salmon.
“No, they will find it there too.”
“I will bury it in the great plains,” says the buffalo.
“They will soon dig and find it there.”
“Put it inside them,” says the wise grandmother mole.
“Done,” says the Creator. “It is the last place they will look.”

Native American Legend

View StoryFreedom, stillness, peace and happiness is available for everyone

Take a moment now and forget what you have read.
Take a moment now and forget what you have said,
Breathe in the atmosphere and allow your mind to be still
Breathe in the space in between this moment and that moment,
Forget all that you think you know
Forget all that you have been told

AND

And remember who you are and why you are here,
Remember that you are here and that within you is all that you need,
You are everything and nothing, like the universe
You are part of me and we breathe as one
Connect with the simplicity and integrity of life
Connect with the needs of your own mind, body and soul
Sense your love and concern for your Self and others
Sense the natural laws of the universe
and you will begin your journey to
Freedom, stillness, peace and happiness
the path to the great integrity.

by Roslyn Snyder

View StoryThe Eleventh Hour

"We have been telling the people that this is the Eleventh Hour.
Now you must go back and tell the people that this is the Hour.

And there are things to be considered. Where are you living? What are you
doing? What are your relationships? Are you in the right relation?
Where is your water? Know your garden.

It is time to speak your truth. Create your community.
Be good to each other. And do not look outside yourself for the leader.

This could be a good time! There is a river flowing now very fast.
It is so great and swift that there are those who will be afraid.
They will try to hold onto the shore.
They will feel they are being torn apart and they will suffer greatly.
Know the river has its destination.
The elders say we must let go of the shore, and push off and into the river,
Keep our eyes open, and our head above the water.
See who is in there with you and Celebrate.

At this time in history, we are to take nothing personally. Least of all ourselves.
For the moment that we do, Our spiritual growth and journey comes to a halt.
The time of the lone wolf is over, Gather yourselves!
Banish the word struggle from your attitude and your vocabulary.
All that you do now must be done in a sacred manner And in celebration.

We are the one's we've been waiting for."

The Elders, Hopi Nation, Oraibi Arizona

 

 

View StoryThe Five Types of Love

According to Ralph Alan Dale, there are five types of love. The first three types of love violate the laws of nature and are destructive to our society. Which type of love are your relationships based on? 

The first type of love is possessive love. This is like owning an object! Success is defined by how many, how rare or how beautiful the object is that you possess. This type of love can be described as a selfish and manipulative act. This type of love can lead to domestic violence or family abuse.

The second type of love is co-dependent love. This type of love is based on the belief that you can not exist without the other (drug or alcohol can be the other) or  the union of two people with one identity. Co-dependent love prevents self growth and independence. In some circles, this is believed to be ideal love. 

The third type of love is romantic love and is based on a belief that there exists only one perfect mate for you and this perfect mate will complete your life, your relationship has no conflicts and is easy, they will fill your deficiencies and you don't need to grow as a person. The other person can never live up to these unrealistic expectations and will let you down. A perfect mate  is an illusion and people go from one relationship to another in search of their perfect mate. People often feel unfulfilled and that they are missing out. This highly sought after, but completely unfulfilling type of love is what Hollywood movies sell us on. 

The fourth type of love is infinite love and this is based on the belief that love is an energy that flows between people, nature and life. Love is freely given and received, not only to and from other people but to rocks, birds, art, and nature. The person that feels infinite love has shed their armour and masks and is truly free. To feel love and compassion for all people all of the time is difficult, but this is what is required of infinite love. However, in our society this type of love is judged as 'do gooders', 'tree huggers' 'crossing professional boundaries' and often misinterpreted from a framework of the other types of love. Occasionally, this can be used as a mask for the other types of love. Many abusers will talk the talk of infinite love only their actions may be showing  romantic love. 

The fifth type of love is becoming love and this is based on the belief we are one of one and are pure energy. This type of love currently cannot be experienced only dreamt about! We need a critical mass of people experiencing and living infinite love to make this a reality. Imagine a world where the majority of people do not need to sacrifice their humanity to be accepted. 

by Roslyn Snyder