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Superconscious Thinking: 5 Steps to Access Your Genius

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It was Daniel Pink in his book A Whole New Mind who said the “The future belongs to a very different kind of person with a very different kind of mind—creators and empathizers, pattern recognizers, and meaning makers.”

The only thing we can be certain of is change.  Whether we are living in a time of more or less change is immaterial what is important is that we can be comfortable with it, work with it and ultimately welcome it.  When we do this we make connections that haven’t been made before and these connections facilitate us to bring something new into being.  Then we become one of the ‘different kind’ of people who belong to the future because we have created it.

We are led to believe that genius belongs to an elite.  That people like Steve Jobs or Elon Musk are one-offs: that what they do and how they do it is not repeatable but it was Jobs that said “I began to realize that an intuitive understanding and consciousness was more significant than abstract thinking and intellectual logical analysis.”

Whether we believe it or not this kind of consciousness is available to all of us and whether we like it or not it does influence our lives.  It is the quiet voice that we hear in meditation, when we choose to be mindful or perhaps unexpectedly when we spontaneously disengage from the cacophony of life.  This is the voice of true intuition – what the mind apprehends before rationalising.  A voice that we oft times ignore but in hindsight realise it’s truth.

We all have the faculty and capability to become super conscious thinkers.  My invitation to you is to cultivate a super conscious connection to proactively access your own well of unique potential.  To embody super conscious thinking cultivate a daily practise. Meditation is the process but the end result is wisdom. Start with 5-10 mins in the morning, somewhere quiet where you can be comfortable and preferably close your eyes.  Here are some easy guidelines to follow:

1. Be curious: you don’t have to believe or know to check out what super conscious thinking is about.  There is no condition that precludes you from being able to access your genius. Consider what if……what if you were a genius and a super conscious thinker what would life be like then?

2. Acknowledge your thoughts and feelings: your thoughts and feelings do exist but they are not a reflection of true reality.  They are a reflection of your past experience, your fears, your doubts, a reflection of the world as you learnt to see it. Remember the quiet voice I talked about earlier – well thoughts and feelings are what drown out the quiet voice.  Acknowledging them turns down the sound.

3. Choose yourself: this time IS about you, about accessing your gifts, your talents and ultimately finding out what is important to you. It is NOT about planning your day, working out the logistics of your home life or solving the problems of the world.

4. Let go of the need to know: Nothing has to make sense or to be worked out. That is for later on in your day!

5. Connect with your genius: imagine a golden circle or if you are not visual just know it is there and choose to step into it.  Remember the first thing that your mind apprehends is the gold nugget of the super conscious thinker.  Be with that, you don’t need to know what it is or what it means.  Ask yourself what it feels like to be here in your genius. Choose that emotion for the day.

You will discover that super conscious thinking doesn’t just put you in touch with your deepest self but – and this might seem a bit out there – like a sci-fi version of the internet it will connect you to all that is, in a place beyond the space time continuum.  From here it is possible to create what really matters to you because you are guided by the engine room of your soul.

Biography

Anne is an experienced innovation and technology professional with over 30 years experience. A hallmark of her experience is the early adoption of new technologies such as hand held computers for revenue collection, the first paperless office in the UK and workflow systems for offshore business process outsourcing.  Involved in a number of global projects Anne had to lead virtual teams from a variety of vendors challenged by time zone, language and cultural differences.  She was compelled to find tools to bring the best of diverse contributions and talents to together and she learnt about the subtle power of coaching to create synergy.  Anne now refers to this as the ‘Technology of Superconscious Thinking’ and has evolved a way of bring all her experience together to create end results that can often appear to be impossible.  She  works with a number of private clients in the UK, US, Singapore and Australia making personal and career transitions and with companies who are willing to innovate and commit to the potential of people in their organisations.

For more information on how to create super consciously email your details to anne@crossingfrontiers.co.uk and Anne will get back to you for a 15 min consultation on how the technology of super consciousness can be applied for you personally or your business.

The White Rabbit & The First Startup Accelerator Lab

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My curiosity is piqued.  I love meetup but with my broad range of interests I am flooded with all sorts of  meetings to join.  It takes something extra to catch my eye and Henry Chuks, author of Gorilla Theory managed to do that by putting together an event with the words Startup + Accelerator + Lab in the happening part of town – Shoreditch in the heart of Silicon Roundabout.  A white rabbit moment!  Focused as I am on writing and the development of the SatNav4TheSoul app toolbox I can be loathe to venture out of my West London hideaway but the semblance of Spring and a personal note from Andras Tessenyi of JBS Labs who was also signed up for the meetup lured me out on the 23 April 2014 to Shoreditch Town Hall.  Quite incicidentally I did encounter my white rabbit on the way, not alive and not in a hurry but indisputably a white rabbit.

Henry is a happy fellow who laid on free copies of his book Gorilla Theory and two tables heaped with refreshments and snacks.  Shoreditch Town Hall is an impressive venue and a healthy turn out added to the buzz in the air.  Unfortunately the acoustics and the lack of seating proved to be a challenge as the night went on.  I am not against the standing in principle but in practise the presentations need to be tighly managed; short sharp and punchy.  Suzanne Noble from Frugl started the proceedings well and got the advantage of a fresh and curious crowd.  She also presented her proposition for Frugl – an iPhone app to give you the best of your city, on a budget in the form of events that are free or less than £10 – clearly, unambiguously and with the enthusiasm of someone who believe in what she is doing.  She had a very clear ask for £150K investment to take Frugl to the next level. For me this was the winning pitch of the evening. It was obvious that it would take alot more money to take Frugl to where she really wants it to go – an app for every city – but what she was asking was anchored in reality, it was a starting point for discussion and she led me to believe that she could be pragmatic and creative with any money she received.  Of course it takes more than a gut feel to know if that is true but at least she created the invitation to find out.

I am also intrigued by Meetcha At created by Jodi Humphreys and Rob Slama.  It is a free app that allows you to invite friends to vote for time and place meetings and then takes the guilt out of the social choice question by choosing the date and place.  I havent downloaded the app yet but I would like to think that it allows the host to do time and place weighting and ideally choose to override the computer decision.  Though that could defeat the original purpose of the app I think there is a room for an app that does the analytical leg work involved in the herding cats work of social gatherings.

As a shy extrovert I am not a great fan of pure networking.  The pitch focus was a nice distraction that gave me the opportunity to ease into connecting.  Henry, our host, was very sociable ensuring that he greeted everyone and nurtured the flow of conversation. Although I could not stay until the end I got to exchange business cards with Suzanne of Frugl, to meet Mel Lewis of Video Labz who design websites and video ‘to put more money on your bottom line’ and dive into a bit more detail with Andras of JBSLabs who could be a potential business partner for the developmemnt of SatNav4TheSoul.

All in all a great night out, just dampened a modicum by the veil of rain that came to meet me on the steps as I left.  There is scope to tighten up the pitch concept to be powerful for both the presenters and the audience.  I like the idea of a panel of experts to give feedback to help people tweak their pitches and perhaps some more environmental comforts but it does have the potential to be a productive evening of entertainment that serves the heart of Silicon Roundabout.

Anne K. Scott facilitates change; she has over 30 years experiencing delivering leading edge technology and mentoring individuals to start their own businesses or creating change in their lives aligned with their core values and true purpose. If you are interested in the work that Anne does check out Working Together here.  She is the creator of FindYourMojo a FREE iPHone productivity app. If you are interested in what intuitive coaching can do for you please do contact me.  I support clients all over the world.