Creative Problem Solving: How to Solve Problems and Make Critical Decisions by Connecting to the Transcendent Present Moment

| April 2, 2016

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Creative Problem Solving: How to Solve Problems and Make Critical Decisions by Connecting to the Transcendent Present Moment

First Things First

Creative Problem Solving harnesses the miraculous benefits of Presence. To do that we use an ancient American Indian method called Owl Eyes to trigger your nervous system in such a way that you instantly produce the quickest and deepest connection to Presence.

What Good Is It?

“What’s it good for?” you puzzle.

“You mean besides feeling bliss and touching heaven?” I respond. “This material does have a practical benefit and that’s what you and I will aim for.”

These strategies in Creative Problem Solving: How to Solve Problems and Make Critical Decisions by Connecting to the Transcendent Present Moment will directly and potently —

• Turbocharge your problem solving abilities.

• Enhance your problem solving skills. Take them to a new realm of success.

• Help you to make the right decisions.

• Profoundly develops your creative mind.

• Move your creative thinking to a new dimension.

• Help you to access your native genius to make critical decisions.

• Align your heart’s and your soul’s path with the Sacred.

• Bring a serenity and fullness to your life you may have felt was missing.

Your life will work better and because it’s in harmony with the Sacred, it will flow smoothly. In short, you will be happier.

Your Life Path – Envisioning Your Calling

When you’re stuck and don’t know where to go with your life, you can use these methods to provide the most profound way to envision your life path and set your direction.

These methods you are about to master will profoundly change your life in part because you learn to align with your life vision. You align with your calling. It belongs to you as your birthright.

This method you are about to master will profoundly change your life. It belongs to you as your birthright. Your nervous system comes designed and prepared for this experience. Even if you don’t believe you can master this, you can.

When you immerse yourself in stillness, you will feel connected to everything you see. You will touch the very fabric of life and you will participate in its unfolding, moment to moment. If this sounds fantastic or unbelievable, I invite you to apply the methods that follow. You will find yourself walking the streets of Heaven.

Can you imagine a more creative place to be than where the universe births itself right in front of you? All truly creative acts and inspirations come from stillness, even if the artist doesn’t know it.

Poets describe this Heaven in different ways. I will let William Blake’s poem speak for us all.

To see a world in a grain of sand

And a heaven in a wild flower,

Hold infinity in the palm of your hand

And eternity in an hour.

Blake clearly points to the territory.

It feels good to be in this place.

Each time I practice Owl Eyes, it feels like coming home.

Is the world more than an inactive, stagnant lump? Can you imagine the world creating itself, moment to moment? Cool, huh. I know. But that’s what the saints have always said. That’s what today’s quantum physics demonstrates in the labs.

Owl Eyes lets you perceive this directly at least in small glimpses. Some report rather spectacular direct perceptions of galactic phenomena.

Owl Eyes enables you to access the creative heart of the universe. Who knows how this method will bless you?

The methods I lay out in Creative Problem Solving will change your life if you persist and if you ask the useful questions. Even if you don’t use the methods and just use Owl Eyes, your life will change for the better.

You will inherit the Kingdom of God. No kidding.

Magical Mind Mapping

People have successfully used Mind mapping, a complete do-it-yourself brain storming method, for years. When you combine the power of mind mapping, with Owl Eyes you go to another level of potency.

And you’ll learn to do just that in one of the four methods you’ll find in Creative Problem Solv

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