You are brighter than you think!
You have astounding brain potential waiting to be tapped.
When Paul first came into my office to ask my opinion about collaborating with Win Wenger on a new program, I got so excited, I could barely think straight.
I have been a great fan of Win's since I learned of his work more than ten years ago. I have read his books, listened to his tapes, and found keen benefit in my experiences with his techniques. "But," I told Paul, "you have to do something to make his processes practical and usable for everyone."
Paul, in all of his brilliance, succeeded. Paul and Win created a course that even goes beyond the genius of Win's book, "The Einstein Factor." We considered calling the course, "Beyond the Einstein Factor," but their collaboration led to a learning breakthrough that necessitated the name Genius Code.
You see, the course not only exposes you to the strategies of genius that exemplify the great minds of all times, but also leads you to interpret the messages of your Image Stream to actualize your own desired outcomes.
Is it complicated? No, it is simple, in the way that great things explained often are. It is even as easy as daydreaming. This program is a treasure box of childlike techniques that most anyone can master by simply flowing along with Paul and Win at the helm. It does not matter whether you are a high school student or a Rhodes Scholar, a housewife or a retired grandpa, a businessman or a scientist, a store clerk or an auto mechanic, you can benefit from playing in your own ImageStream.
The course is as wise as it is profound. And also smart, intriguing, and fun. I had several "a-ha" experiences while playing with the techniques; and I am sure you will, too, plus some really practical results:
How I saved thousands and why this course may be one of the best investments you can make for yourself
I built an earth-sheltered home in the country. Upon waking one morning, I suddenly realized that the builders were using outdated blueprints. I immediately called, faxed, and emailed the contractor. Sure enough, the plans were in error. Had my message gotten to them two days later, it would have been too late to fix the problem without huge expense.
Dana Hanson, one of our coaches, noticed a spring on the laundry room floor and thought nothing of it. A couple of weeks later the machine quit working. He immediately saw images of springs bouncing out of the machine, which led him instantly to the cause.
Those are two mild examples of responding to inner messages. While everyone has had similar instances, using Genius Code positively emits realizations again and again. You see, the messages are always there, but you usually ignore them. By using Genius Code, responding to your inner messages becomes commonplace.
And while saving a few thousand dollars on a house or fixing a washing machine may not seem extraordinary, solutions like that certainly make life easier, less stressful, and more enjoyable. Would you like something more exciting?
Did you ever hear how the inventor of the sewing machine dreamed of savages throwing spears with holes in their tips? He woke up realizing that a hole in the tip of the needle was the key to making an automatic sewing machine.
Or, as a self-improvement enthusiast, you might be familiar with the Sound & Light machine. The inventor, Dr. Denis Gorges, conceived the idea while Image Streaming in a workshop with Win Wenger back in 1977.