Each of us is unique. But pressure to conform has meant that many people feel a need to hide their uniqueness in order to fit in.
This can be particularly true for ‘rogue geniuses’ who experience life differently to the majority. Such people can have a great deal to offer. But at the same time, they can feel bad about themselves because they sense that they just don’t fit in.
In this conversation in the “Jen in Her Jammies” podcast series, Marvin enquires of Jen why it is that someone that many might consider to be suffering from a mental illness, might be more accurately described as a rogue genius.
Accepting this possibility has real benefits for the individual concerned. But it can also benefit the collective, by enabling us to better engage with the person and access their unique understanding or way of thinking.
In exploring this topic, Jen offers some guidance as to how a rogue genius might be able to feel more validated, or be able to have a better experience of the world. She also explains how those from the mainstream might be able to better appreciate what a rogue genius has to offer, and so be able to benefit from their unique understanding or thinking.
SFT taps offer a particularly effective way to achieve both outcomes.
Readers might like to experience the SFT taps for themselves …
Say each statement three times while tapping on the top of your head, a fourth time while tapping on your chest, and a fifth time while tapping on your abdomen.
We remove all guard rails on our perception of self; in all moments
We remove all guard rails on our perception of the world; in all moments
We remove all tribalism between linear and exponential individuals; in all moments
We blur the line between the linear and exponential experience; in all moments
We remove all blockages to perceiving exponentially; in all moments
We remove all blockages to acknowledging all our peripheral talents and gifts; in all moments
We remove all blinders to the exponential world from the linear focused mentality; in all moments
We free all those hemmed into the linear reality; in all moments
We remove all fears of our own expansiveness; in all moments
We release the fear of being separated from our consciousness; in all moments
We are centred and empowered in the expansiveness of the exponential experience; in all moments