Seeing Our Way To The Future
21st century holistic solutions



Whole Brained Thinking

Posted 12/12/2012
by Yasha Husain

'Charting the Course'
is an education
that encourages
more whole brain
the reliance
which brings
thinkers, in a
closed, holistic
learning network.

The author of this
website has written
in her book, Holistic
Living: Tips for
, how
people along the
autism spectrum are
naturally more
while "neurotypical"
people, tend to, from a young age, become dominant
thinkers, with the exception that both
access interhemispheric, and graduated, thought.

The 'Charting the Course' education proposal
shares a vision for a school system that will help all character-types, including people who are dominant left-brained thinkers, who think more linearly, and who are dominant right-brained thinkers, who think more by association, in part by bringing them together into one classroom.

The proposal is also for a single, closed, holistic system, which interweaves the modern education system with holistic, closed systems of the world.

The full education
can right now
be viewed
using the

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or comments,
please email:



Article - Opinion

In Politics or Current Affairs, What is Today's 'Obstructionism'?
by Yasha Husain, Director, Holistic Solutions Think Tank

February 27, 2014

Is it steeped in denial? An unwillingness to forgive and forget? Is there a fear of something foreboding if all does not go as planned, or willed? In light of any of these factors, there is an inability to experience the greatest potential there is in diplomacy, truth, which fosters peace. Of course, this is a truth that comes with the respect and forthrightness of the general politician who knows the art of conversation and the appeal to the general public just the same.

Perhaps the first marking of a progressive meeting to address a current diplomatic disagreement is to list off and provide commentary about the important and significant, or enlightening, steps taken that landed people in their current set of circumstances, which are relevant and therefore relevatory, to the whole, of who work in concert to assure greater and continued mutual understanding and respect or friendship.

There shouldn't be disregard for this important step in realizing, simply, the roundtable.

But those who refuse to work toward the creation of such a circle of life promoting only peaceful negotiations, or more formally, talks, may be called the obstructionists. So what might, in any case, bring the obstructionists to the table, and what else might be done if they refuse to start, in the least, with the opening notes and commentary of and for a meeting or summit?

You might say if they refuse to join at the table of talks of a local community, nation or world, they would be asked to give reasons for the lack of commitment to the cause of peace, and have those reasons reconsidered by those organizing a meeting or summit.

Perhaps new allowances should and can be made to bring these people to the table for and of the general public and its representatives, and perhaps mediation can also take place with the people acting as obstructionists in light of denial, inability to forgive or forget or foreboding, that helps them to realize their will or destiny to partake in the meeting, or to sit this one out hoping for their position to be represented and in light of its projected disconnectedness or seeming unwillingness to be cooperative because of prejudices which must be overcome, and hopefully by way of an all encompassing meeting.

Failing to bring everyone to the table, theoretically, and practically, you have at least described the obstructionism and begun to find the means to overcome it, still with all participants and interests being represented in a roundtable. Therefore, no one can not be represented at the talks.

To avoid discrepancies in involvement in the talks, it could be that presaging the scheduled or projected meeting or summit participants review the 'important and significant, or enlightening, steps taken that landed people in their current set of circumstances' to see if the enlightening aspects of truth already help to end obstructionism by the time of a meeting.

Otherwise, upon the first stage of talks when these notes and commentary are dispelled, greater harmony might be achieved by mutual respect, and a heightened sense of being bound by truth, in peace and serenity, and joy, and this may bring still people to the table who have been repelled by their unwillingness to accept the significance and enlightenment that necessitated and inspired the meeting point.

This can be the raison d'etre for the furtherance of progress even as a summit unfolds, and sometimes the point of scheduling meetings that can last weeks or months, not only hours or days.

Why not then have faith in the togetherness of those able to circumvent current obstructionism, who can help the more beleaguered, and represent them, so that and until all people welcome themselves to the table for and out of mutual respect for everybody, and for the attainment of greater truth by way of truth?

Therefore, all peoples shall always be represented in meetings or at talks.

The goal is that all people will come to the table and accept the nature of talks which are naturally a reflection of the politics and current affairs based on Realpolitick enhanced by the full utilization of soft power and subtle knowledge.

When we “think global, we act local,” and when we meet locally, we think globally.

Consider embarking on a post-obstructionist period when these high-level meetings about international sovereignty protecting national and individual sovereignty equally revolve around individual nation's adoption of a plan to create “closed, holistic systems,” or a shared, holistic worldview, which simultaneously meets the needs of our global warming and poverty-related issues.

These are the current mandates for achieving meetings and summits which preclude an inability to get ahead in light of some people's temporary discontent about what is, and what is, incidentally, lawful.

The Holistic Solutions Think Tank espouses its proposals, the Reconstruction Department, the Redevelopment of Cities and Rural Areas Authority (RCRA) and the 'Charting the Course' Closed, Holistic System Education Proposal, to become subjects of national and international, local and regional, meetings and summits, led firstly by a meeting of world leaders and with parliaments represented and active, and also led by an individually nationally adopted panel which provides guiding principles as a part of each of the think tank proposals to address designated field areas.

Preliminary steps may also be taken, the result of meetings, to address any emergency crises not only in diplomacy, but particularly with funding issues.





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