Your Unique Genius

“Every human being has a genius associated with him from the moment of conception.” ~ C. D. Forde & G. I. Jones

I love the above quote. Why? Because is refers to who you are from the very first moment of life.

But I don’t think it says everything. Why? Because in my experience this innate genius exists before you are conceived. If you recall my description of choosing this life, you’ll know what I mean. (You can read it here.)

Here’s another definition of genius:

“A peculiar, distinctive, or identifying character : essential nature or spirit.” ~ Merriam-Webster Unabridged

Before you are born, this essential nature exists. But over time it is buried in a barrage of outer world experiences as well as influence by others.

Now you most likely have touched on this genius from time to time in your life. It comes out at those moments when you are “in the zone.” You know, when you are highly creative. Or when you surprise yourself by doing something in a way that you never knew you could.

You might think of this genius as the seed of promise for your life. If that seed is nourished, supported and left to grow, it thrives.

But if that seed is buried too deep, ignored and belittled, it goes dormant.

Note that I didn’t say it dies. It doesn’t! It is always there, even if it isn’t active. That’s a truly amazing and wonderful fact! It means you can re-activate it at any time. It doesn’t matter if you’re 20 or 90 years old.

Wouldn’t it be great to be able to access your unique genius any time you want? You can. The thing is, you have to know how to do it. And there are very reliable ways to reach this.

This is one of the core ideas of the upcoming workshop, Stepping Into Freedom. The weekend will include very specific techniques for reliably accessing your inner genius.

The class is February 24, 25 & 26. On Friday the 24th, we’ll meet for two hours in the evening. Saturday and Sunday we’ll meet from 9:00 to 5:00. I can’t wait to share this knowledge with you. Here’s the link for more information.

All the best for your health and happiness,

Dr. Bruce Eichelberger

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