The last two videos in the "What is Genius?" series are now live on YouTube. They are:
- Einstein #1: Expand Your Vision
- Einstein #2: Knowledge through Imagination
Albert Einstein was a great physicist who had the notion of the unified field, special relativity and general relativity. The Einstein quotes I discuss in these videos really convey the man, how he thought, where he was coming from, and reveal the source of his genius.
Comments and likes on the videos are much appreciated!
I simply love the way you enliven these quotes! At the moment having watched Part 1,I was especially struck by how you fleshed out the quote on miracles.To me,it is a miracle to be able to connect through you into the wisdom via video a thousand miles away and feel it as living knowledge.
The line – The matrix can’t tell you who you really are – really hit a chord with me. Even after all these years, I’m still trying to figure out who I am through the reflections of the matrix. Great video’s, just beautiful!
Regarding genius, there is the essencial quality of intelligence or brilliancy. Often intelligence is accociated with the masculine, as opposed to nurturing being with the feminine. Synerginzing both the masculine and feminine to be brilliant can take some work; associations with mom or dad can get in the way of realizing pure brilliance. Some will want to stay in meditation, using transcendence as an excuse to check out of reality. Who is it that really wants to transcend from anything? How often does someone experience brilliancy at a genital/pelvic level through meditation, especially if they are off transcending all the time? I appreciate you being a role model for being an entrepreneur Michael, and a dad.
Every plant is rooted in the same soil, be the plant masculine or feminine matters not.
That soil is the Transcendental basis of all beings.
Einstein sure had some great quotes. I wonder where he got them? Maybe at the patent office? I don’t think Albert Einstein was a genius. As far as the physics is concerned, perhaps we should say the genius of Mileva Einstein-Marity?
What resonates most for me is the statement that the important thing is to not stop questioning. One of the most profound quotes I’ve ever heard is “The world is not as you have been led to believe.” We are meant to take that quite literally, not in some abstract esoteric way.
These quotes provide some brilliant vehicles to stimulate critical thinking and challenge paradigms. The real genius is utilizing them to convey true knowledge.
Silver Hammer Max