Rogue genius

Jen Ward and Marvin Schneider explore the concept of a “rogue genius” and its connection to mental health, offering insights on navigating the physical realm and embracing unique gifts.


In a thought-provoking episode of Jenuine Healing Down Under, world renowned energy healer Jen Ward and Marvin Schneider delve into the concept of a “rogue genius” and its connection to mental health. They explore how those who experience the world differently, like Jen herself, are often misunderstood and ostracized by mainstream society, leading to missed opportunities for innovation and creativity.

The conversation sheds light on how many people diagnosed with mental health issues might be having experiences similar to a rogue genius. Jen shares valuable insights on how rogue geniuses can better navigate the physical realm by recognizing that feeling different is a common human experience and not a stigma. She also emphasizes the importance of the mainstream embracing their own flaws to better understand and appreciate the unique perspectives of rogue geniuses.

Throughout the episode, Jen and Marvin touch on profound ideas such as the collective consciousness and how individual experiences are often felt on behalf of the collective. They leave the audience with powerful advice on not owning or identifying with passing experiences, but rather allowing them to flow through like a door. This episode is a must-watch for anyone interested in exploring the intersection of mental health, spirituality, and the power of embracing one’s unique gifts.

Quotable Quotes

“I feel everything. I know everything. I know what other things are feeling. I communicate with inanimate objects, even in the house.”

“When people have this trauma, they’re holding it close. Their ego is actually threatening them saying ‘Nope, you can’t show this. If you show this, you won’t be loved, you’ll be whatever.’”

“If you feel different, know that that’s you tapping into the collective. We all feel different. We’re supposed to feel different. We are different. That’s not a stigma; that is the norm.”

“Instead of trying to overcompensate, do the opposite.”

“As an individual, whenever you have an experience, you think it is something you’re taking into yourself. It’s not. When you’re having an experience, especially now in this level of consciousness, you are feeling things for the collective all the time.”

“Don’t own it. Don’t talk about it. Don’t say ‘It’s my issue, my this, my that.’ No, it’s just an experience passing through and leaving through you as a door.”


00:00:00 From the Jenuine Healing Archives
00:00:26 Introduction to the Topic
00:01:00 Validating Those Who Are Suffering
00:02:54 Jen's Gift of Articulating Experiences
00:05:35 How Jen Experiences the World
00:11:30 The Secret Sauce of Jen's Private Sessions
00:14:07 Transforming Businesses and Making Space
00:17:55 Connecting Rogue Genius to Mental Health Issues
00:20:33 Helping Rogue Geniuses Acclimate
00:22:24 Feeling Different and Past Life Experiences
00:24:33 Closing Thoughts and Advice

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