Two-Page Intro Letter

PluribusOne™ Consulting, LLC

“The One Merlin Would Have Used.”™

Re: Introducing Noetitek™ 

What are you thinking? More to the point, how are you planning for the future and developing strategies to tackle obstacles along the way? What guides and influences the way you personally go about processing information and making decisions? Traditional aids to problem-solving and planning rely on concepts that have proved less than adequate to address today’s economic and competitive challenges. 

About 400 years ago, René Descartes, having studied math while pursuing his law degree, wrote Discourse on the Method, which discussed and proposed using a simple “method of doubt” that was politically correct enough to keep him from suffering Galileo’s fate at the hands of the Inquisition. With the advice of a priest in the Order of Minims, Descartes was able to lay groundwork for the development of sciences that could walk that tightrope between being philosophically revelatory and politically palatable—a work of genius necessary for the day. Yet, despite the European exodus to the New World of freedom and opportunity, the constraints of Descartes’ Method remained about as integral to the realm of mind as gravity is to the material world. As a result, Descartes’ “left-brain dominant” problem-solving ideology persisted even through the 20th century, unscathed by scientific recognition of Quantum Reality in the 1920s.1  

To cite a prime example, Descartes’ Method trickled down to affect popular decision-influencing schema such as educational psychologist Benjamin Bloom’s “taxonomy of educational objectives,” the classification of intellectual behaviors that has been guiding schools in setting their agenda and formulating lesson plans for the past half-century. Although the inadequacy of Bloom’s approach has been recognized, only piecemeal adjustments, relabeling, reshuffling, and an elaboration on the elements have been proposed. Why? Because, as Einstein put it: “Problems cannot be solved within the framework in which the problems were created;” a better paradigm is required. 

Interesting, right? And, I think you will agree, the following breakthrough is even more interesting: 

In 1993, I made a core discovery, the implications of which expanded over ensuing years as I continued conducting research and compiling test results. Today I refer to that discovery as: “the Language of Nature,” a kind of meta-Rosetta Stone, or master decoder of both ordinary phenomena and anomalies.  

During the late ‘90s, my findings were published annually by the International Association for New Science, an organization founded by former astronaut Dr. Brian O’Leary and his associates at Colorado State University. For fifteen years now, I have been assembling an enormous database that makes the existence of this “language” undeniable. The discovery has led to the founding of the New Science of Enhanced Human Perception™ (EHP) which is enabled by a system called Noetitek™ (from the Greek word “nous” for mind and “tek” for technology). This has, in turn, led to the invention and application of numerous “whole-brain” mind-tools. 

The magnitude of this breakthrough and its implications makes it practically impossible to convey a full appreciation of the Language of Nature discovery in a brief and concise manner because, in short, it changes everything. Which brings me to you, because, in my experience, and I’m 61 years old, with experience in many arenas, the most successful people are open-minded, flexible, adaptable, action-taking, always-learning, practical people—amenable to making changes and employing new technologies. 

From among the many new tools that have emerged from this work—and about thirty inventions have already resulted from applying the Noetitek™ system, including plans for a device to support manned space exploration—there are two that I want to introduce first: The Noetitek™ Method and The NoetitekTaxonomy, which are designed to supplant the Cartesian approach to organizing thought processes and facilitate solving problems and identifying opportunities. When you see these new conceptual developments, I am confident that you will be interested in using them and other new meta-tools. 

I look forward to meeting with you, sharing more details, and discussing ways that PluribusOne™ can be of service. I’ll be back in touch soon. 

Sincerely Yours, 

 

D. Alan Eastwood, EHP Consultant 

P.S., More information, including free e-booklets: “Why a Consultant?” and “Artful Questioning,” is available at: www.PluribusOne.com. Questions may be emailed to eastwood@PluribusOne.com.  

Notes 

1Some university professors, such as Menas Kafatos, PhD, co-author of the book The Conscious Universe, have gone so far as to say, “The tragedy of the modern mind…is a direct consequence of Cartesian dualism” –i.e., separating the physical from the metaphysical. 

2Among the numerous types of consultants, PluribusOne™ is a one-of-a-kind company engaged in general consulting, with unlimited applications, as contrasted with legal, psychotherapeutic, medical, financial, career development, life coaching, marriage, and other special purpose consulting firms.

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