Learn The Creativity Secrets Of Edison, Einstein, Dali, Tesla And Others.

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“I enjoy working about 18 hours a day. Besides the short catnaps I take each day, I average about four to five hours of sleep per night”—Thomas Edison

The Secret Of Highly Creative People

Thomas Edison, Albert Einstein, Salvador Dali, Issac Newton, Nikola Tesla, Aristotle and countless scientists, inventors, writers, artists, musicians and others had a secret technology. This secret technology has been around for thousands of years and encoded into the myths, legends and every religion. It was once one of the most closely guarded secret in some mystery schools. There are few documents over the span of history that have recorded this secret as for many points over time it would be a death sentence to release this secret.

No it is not some form of positive thinking, although this intentional thinking is very powerful. It is not something that requires drugs, this will actually dull your abilities.

I learned this secret technology while visiting the Thomas Edison museum in Menlo Park, New Jersey in the 1970s and confirmed by visiting the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, New Jersey. Both were from people that knew Edison or Einstein personally.

I learned how to use this secret technology to great success personally. I have also been honored to help some of the most successful people in the US from startup founders to legacy company CEOs to outstanding inventors find their creativity. I have also helped musical artists that needed to break through blocks in creativity, on the Vans Warped Tour to Creative Artists Agency and many others, I helped them find their muse.

I will share a quick and easy overview on this Hypnogogic state and a quick and easy way to utilize it. I will explore this secret with a Member-Only Executive article. If you are a member, thank you. To become a member, please click on the link below and join us.

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5 thoughts on “Learn The Creativity Secrets Of Edison, Einstein, Dali, Tesla And Others.

      1. The first 2 sessions in. I guess as with all worthy things, it takes repetition and training to overcome performance anxiety and to delve deeper into unconscious. Even while writing down images/ideas/voices immediately after the session, I still seem to forget the most of the experience. I’m in the process of building a habit, will definitely make some update down the road! Do you record the session mainly using voice, Brian?

  1. Wow. I’m so curious to try applying this technique to my songwriting. I think I’ve used aspects of this while writing melodies to words, although the state that seems to work for me is more of a daydream.