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Tip of the mental iceberg

Thursday, January 31, 2008


The conscious mind is such a tiny part of our whole mental capacity.

It's the tip of the tip of the iceberg.

Thinking, thought, comes out of your subconscious mind from the unconscious mind.

My latest appreciation of what those two words mean is this...

Unconscious mind means you are completely unconscious and unware of what is going on in there to the point of denying it with all your breath.

Subconscious mind, on the other hand, you can get inklings of. It's like peripheral vision; if you soften and increase your awareness, you can become aware of the things going on to the sides of your focus... without turning your conscious mind (the torch) fully on them.

It's a bridge to and from the unconscious mind.

Conscious mind is a narrow tube. The subconscious info squirts through that narrow tube of conscious awareness.

To become a genius, to think like a genius, you have to expand that tube so you can get more information and data through from the subconscious mind. You need to find ways to expand your awareness of the subconscious data feed.

That's what The Complete Guide To Genius trains you to do.

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Boost Your IQ with the Complete Guide To Genius

Monday, December 10, 2007


I just bought 'The Complete Guide to Genius' for $67. It's only just appeared on my radar and I think it's new.

On the sales page it claimed to be "A Simple, Step-by-Step Guide Of How You Can Increase Your Intelligence And Become A GENIUS Using A Simple Technique!"

The letter was good so I thought I'd check it out and see what I could learn.

There are several bonuses but the main guide is just 38 pages long.

So what do I think of it?

I think it's brilliant.

I zipped through it and was really impressed by the training program that the author has put together, and the authority with which he or she writes.

The focus of the book uses Win Wenger's Imagestreaming process, but there are other techniques for boosting IQ that I haven't heard of before.

The author believes that you can boost your IQ and achieve an IQ in the range of 180 to 200. That's an extraordinary claim.

How long will it take?

Well, that depends on what your IQ is now. If you are around 100 IQ it's going to take longer than if you are around 130 IQ.

Nonetheless, the author says that if you follow the program that he has laid out (involving about an hour and a half of mental exercises a day) pretty much anyone could achieve a genius IQ within a year.

If you are already fairly bright with an IQ around 120, then it could be as little as a few months to get to 170+ (genius level).

Here is a rough guide that the ebook gives to IQ levels:

Mentally handicapped individual 70 -
High school pupil/Minimum wage worker 80 -
Degree student/Decorator/High street worker/Joiner 90-110
Masters student/Manager/Journalist/Accountant/Professional 120+
PhD student/Ivy league or Russel group student/Chief Executive 130+
University professor/Top government official/Gifted individual 140+
Nobel Laureate/ Chess Grandmaster/World Debating Champion 150+
Rhodes Scholar/Army General 160+
Genius 170+


I think it's a good idea to take an online IQ test (or several) so that you get an idea of where your own IQ is.

Then, do the program and retest when you feel that you have achieved the level of genius.

It's a fairly big commitment for most people. Devoting an hour and a half a day to these mental exercises will take tremendous self-discipline. Are you up to it?

What I like about this guide is that the writer has actually created a schedule of exercise and claims that it has been proven to work to boost IQ to levels of 196+. I'm pretty sceptical of big claims but I like the way the author writes and the intelligence of his arguments.

I'll be sure to report back on this as I put it to the test.

I feel strongly that I should recommend this guide to you:

http://www.genius-intelligence.com

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