Are you kidding? Of course you're a Genius!
Albert Einstein said: "Everyone's a Genius!" If you doubt it you might like to know the Yogis agree. They say the human mind / body system is the most sophisticated "technology" on the planet. All you need to do is consult your inner owner's manual to access it! Here are four paths of access:
1) The Sophia Code
In her landmark book Kaia Ra channels seven ascended masters who agree whole heartedly with Mr. Einstein and the Yogis. One passage explains that every feeling, emotion, sensation and thought holds one key to understanding our relationship with our Higher Selves. Her school teaches how to interpret this language.
2) The Science of the Dogon
In the video of his book The Science of the Dogon, Laird Scranton has a twinkle in his eye as he compares modern physics to the wisdom amassed by the Dogon. He says: "When you ask a physics professor how many subatomic particles have been discovered the answer is: 200 or more. If you ask the same question of a Dogon Priest the answer is 266 — hence the twinkle. He notes the Dogon have an intuitive way to ascertain facts that can be learned.
3) Thomas Edison
The discovery this great inventor is NOT associated with is his way of connecting with inspiration, insight and Higher knowledge. When Edison was hot on the trail of a breakthrough he'd fall asleep in a chair thinking about his situation while holding in his hand three steel ball bearings over a metal plate on the floor. As he entered sleep, and connected with his subconscious, the marbles hit the floor and brought him to wakefulness and new ideas.
4) Steve Jobs
Everyone is different. When Steve Jobs wanted to clear his mind so new ideas could come in, he simply took a walk. There are many traditions where engaging the body and sensations spur creative activity.
If you'd like more on the subject of accessing your inner Genius for business I have a Free seminar for you: Building your Business with the Steve Jobs Effect. Go to Events Page for times, dates!
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