How To Grasp Genius Level Creativity
How To Tap Genius Level Creativity
Have you ever had a problem that was so difficult to solve, you almost gave up? Sometimes you’ll wake up in the middle of the night with the answer. Sometimes you’ll hear an old song on the radio, and it will remind you of something, which will remind you of something, else, and pretty soon you’ve got a solution. But wouldn’t it be great if you could get inspiration like this whenever you wanted? Well, you’re in luck, because there is. And you’re about to learn how.
The technique is sometimes referred to as “Borrowed Genius,” and was originally created by Win Wenger, author of “The Einstein Factor.” Basically it involves a unique hallucination. Although some people prefer to see this as tapping into the super conscious brain, to which we all are connected to. Whichever you believe, it will work just fine.
The general idea is to find somebody that knows a lot about this particular problem, and somehow get their opinion on the matter. Napoleon Hill described this method as having several giants from American history over for dinner every Wednesday night. They would discuss problems of the day at length, and Hill would gain valuable ideas. From Hill’s point of view, this was all imaginary, and merely a way of circumventing his brains natural creativity blocks, but others may consider it an honest tapping into the aforementioned super conscious.
You may invite your expert over for dinner, or simply channel them through whatever method you choose. The trick is to pretend with all you might that you are really, in fact, speaking with this expert. The more you really believe this, the better it will work.
You may choose to speak with your expert frequently, and develop a relationship with him or her. This way they will be much more willing to help you, and much more responsive, should the need arise. Nothing is worse than having a pressing problem and having to wait on a tardy imaginary expert.
Another more drastic approach was created by Wenger. This is best done by formulating your problem into a “How can I solve this dilemma,” kind of question. Then with the single question in the forefront of your mind, and then closing your eyes.
Imagine that you see your expert, or genius up ahead. They are facing away from you. Walk up quietly behind them, and when you are standing right behind them, say the question to yourself one more time. Then reach up, and quickly switch heads with them. Quickly ask the question again, and see what answer pops into your borrowed mind, with all the borrowed experience and expertise. Chances are you’ll come up with a doozy that you never would have thought of before.
Keep in mind that there is nothing magical or mystical going on here. You are merely using a self created fantasy to get your creative juices flowing. If it works, then use it. Einstein, as well as other great minds of science are well known for using crazy imaginations to help them come up with their theories. If it worked for them, it can certainly work for you.
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