GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ

James Morcan Lance Morcan Takaaki Musha

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GENIUS INTELLIGENCE Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ The brain s potential IS the human potential What if there are faster and easier ways to learn and study than the modi operandi currently being taught in mainstream education systems GENIUS INTELLIGEN

  • Title: GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ
  • Author: James Morcan Lance Morcan Takaaki Musha
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  • Page: 206
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  • The brain s potential IS the human potential What if there are faster and easier ways to learn and study than the modi operandi currently being taught in mainstream education systems GENIUS INTELLIGENCE Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ is the ultimate treatise on accelerated learning methods Written by novelists, filmmakers and independent researchers JaThe brain s potential IS the human potential What if there are faster and easier ways to learn and study than the modi operandi currently being taught in mainstream education systems GENIUS INTELLIGENCE Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ is the ultimate treatise on accelerated learning methods Written by novelists, filmmakers and independent researchers James Morcan Lance Morcan with a foreword by leading scientist Dr Takaaki Musha, this book shatters the myth that geniuses are born not developed It reveals how most instances of above the ordinary intelligences are acquired thru superior cognitive techniques or brain enhancing technologies.Renowned geniuses examined include Apple founder Steve Jobs who as a 19 year old began practicing an ancient discipline that activated previously dormant parts of his brain Albert Einstein who came up with his great theory of relativity while using a rare method for accessing the subconscious mind Kim Peek the real Rain Man who could speed read any book in five minutes flat with total comprehension Indian mathematical mastermind Srinivasa Ramanujan who, although untrained, created extraordinary formulas that left academics gobsmacked Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart who composed entire pieces while in a specific altered state of mind.Among the discoveries shared with readers are brain waves common to geniuses and the various ways to induce those brain waves mental techniques the world s elite and A List celebrities are quietly using to help them process information while they re asleep or in virtual worlds chemical substances students and academics the world over employ to kick start the brain into overdrive and cutting edge technologies business tycoons and professional athletes employ to gain a cerebral edge over their competitors.Drawing on the latest findings in neuroscience, GENIUS INTELLIGENCE lists dozens of practical methods to increase IQ and speed learn any subject Talent hits a target no one else can hit Genius hits a target no one else can see Arthur Schopenhauer The knowledge of all things is possible Leonardo da Vinci

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    1. IonaStewart on said:

      I like this book because it´s short (as opposed to this review), simply and clearly written, and addresses an engrossing subject.Throughout the book the authors refer to their thriller series, The Orphan Trilogy, in which the lead character, Nine, and the other orphans are trained to have genius intelligence.Previously, we believed that genius was solely a matter of being born with superior genes, but now we realize that genes can be both activated and deactivated, and through the “new” sci [...]

    2. Jennifer Siddiqui on said:

      I read this book in one day,and wished the book was longer. Reading Genius Intelligence opened my eyes to how much potential people have but never use. Many famous people have used techniques, nutritional supplements, and healthy food choices that the general public are unaware of to achieve great accomplishments. I also liked how the authors had pictures throughout the book showing visually what they were explaining to the reader.

    3. Bruno Goncalves on said:

      I am at odds with myself, having not yet decided whether to be amused or angry at this book. A little bit of both, maybe.Negative points:First of all, the authors remind us every few pages, and at the beginning of many chapters, of their works of fiction. This detracts from the serious non-fictional subject at hand; it is hardly what you’d want to back up ambitious claims with, although it’s just the thing for promoting a novel. These references shouldn’t be present if they want Genius Int [...]

    4. Sheri on said:

      GENIUS INTELLIGENCE: Secret Techniques and Technologies to Increase IQby James Morcan & Lance MorcanSome people have wondered what if there are faster and easier ways to learn? This book challenges the myth that geniuses are born not developed. It also tells how extraordinarily smart people are developed by using brain enhancing technologies.We learn that some famous people such as Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein & Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart(to name a few) have achieved their intelligence throu [...]

    5. Anupam on said:

      'Genius Intelligence' is amazing. The book tells a lot. I've heard few things but 'Genius Intelligence' gave me a better clarity. The book is very well written and illustrated.'Genius Intelligence' has the potential to bring Genius out of Us.The references are of big help. It is the door to a new world of self improvement.The book gives us the ways to change our learning techniques. It is said that a person keeps learning till his last breath. What's the better way to learn than reading books. I [...]

    6. Jaro on said:

      This book needs an IQ boost. Though I'm not sure it would help much.

    7. Remy Benoit on said:

      When I was a child and questioned why something was done the way it was, I was often told that that was because it had always been done that way. Yet, not once did I hear a complaint about switching from a scrub board to a wringer washer, and then to an automatic clothes washer! My point being is that we advance technology, adapt to it quite quickly, readily giving up less tedious ways of doing, viewing, things. Back in the old college days I could not have even imagined the utility of the lapto [...]

    8. Pennie on said:

      What exactly is genius intelligence?Is is sewn into the genes?Is it possible that I too could be a genius?Is it nothing but hard work and learning that makes us one?James and Lance Morcan has done it again - and with loving what you learn, can make the difference between the average Joe and a brilliant mind.The brain is a complex organ of soft nervous tissue that stimulates both sensory and intellectual capacity. Within these pages of 'GENIUS INTELLIGENCE' are fascinating techniques to learn eas [...]

    9. Lisa Norris on said:

      The authors explain the definitions and concepts of what Genius Intelligence truly means without using complicated technical terms, but rather, it is written in a language for everyone to read.I had no idea there were so many ways to train our brain to break through the barriers/limits or pre-conceived potentials that we have created for ourselves. Our mind surely is a beautiful thing!It was definitely an exciting read as I felt that I could become smart, too! I ended up looking up more informat [...]

    10. Robert Case on said:

      Genius Intelligence is an elegant and fascinating read. It begins with the premise that when the human brain's potential is unleashed, there can be few if any limitations. The authors then describe and present an encyclopedic array of techniques and technologies, utilized by historic masters such as da Vinci and Mozart, and concluding with Oprah Winfrey, Michael Jordan, and Gwyneth Paltrow. By their definition, genius is not something measured on a standardized test. James and Lance Morcan perce [...]

    11. Harry Whitewolf on said:

      As the authors point out in their introduction, a lot of books out there on genius and intelligence tend to be too academically written for an average reader to fully comprehend, which could perhaps be quite ironic. Lance and James Morcan don't claim to be experts in the field. This short work is purposely intended to be an overview of the subject, and it's a subject they deliver very well.I felt like I was rummaging through one of those big bumper books of mysterious and strange facts which wou [...]

    12. GeekyFreakyScientist on said:

      I like this book since it was well written, short, and informative all in one. Some may argue it's not descriptive enough but I don't think it's necessary to drone on and on when you already get the subject, which they explain well. Not only that it, shows that geniuses in history didn't wake up and started writing theories, music, scientific 'facts' we know today, this book made me rethink what a genius really is. Not only that you can do more than we think we can by using the power of your sub [...]

    13. Catherine Putsche on said:

      The authors´ most crucial discovery is that, “Human intelligence is not necessary something you were born with or genetically predisposed towards. In fact in most instances of above-the-ordinary intelligences are usually acquired through superior learning techniques!” Genius Intelligence is a thoroughly interesting and thought-provoking guide on practical methods, techniques, accelerated learning methods and the use of chemicals that are used to help improve IQ. The authors´ explore a grea [...]

    14. Lynelle Clark on said:

      I received the book from the authors for an honest review.The one thing that I really enjoy about this father and son team is their honesty: where they come from, their education, etc, eliminating any ideas that they are highly educated people with many degrees behind their name. Instead they are ordinary, normal guys that has a great interest in these subjects and wants to share it with me, an ordinary working woman. From the moment that you read their books you are captured with their unique s [...]

    15. David Nunez on said:

      Learning how to learn! This book has opened up the idea for me that there are alternative learning methods out there. I am always interested in learning new things, from learning a new language to new music instruments and much more. This book has now got me interested in learning to speed read. However, I'm not sure which one is the best to learn speed reading. This book does reveal different learning techniques that are used to enhance learning. This book does remind me a lot of remote viewing [...]

    16. Barbara D. on said:

      A Book that makes you think! Genius Intelligence is a a well-researched, concise and well-written book. It's not going to give you all the answers to increase your IQ, but it will give you straight to the point information about techniques (such as speed-reading, meditation, yoga, hypnosis etc.) and technologies (virtual reality, tDCS etc.).I'm sure this book will stimulate your interest in carrying out further research on how to improve your I.Q. my reaction after having read it!Overall, I was [...]

    17. Georgiann Hennelly on said:

      Genius Intelligence tells us some secret techniques and technologies to increase our IQ. Some people believe we are born smart. This book challenges that myth that geniuses are born and not developed. It also tells how some extraordinary people were developed by using brain enhancing technologies. Some very famous people, like Albert Einstein, Steve Jobs, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ( just to name a few people) achieved their intelligence through an altered state of mind. The brain is a complex [...]

    18. Denise Tarasuk on said:

      Right up my alley! This is the kind of book you cannot put down! Genius Intelligence is interesting and full of facts and research that is well written. For sure, I will be introducing research from this book to increase my IQ and hopefully make my life simpler. The pictures were great and I loved how the writers gave examples of who uses which secret technique. Fantastic! *5 to say the least! Thank you for writing such an interesting book that can help me learn! Dr. Denise

    19. Martin Perks on said:

      I’m not one to read non fiction books, but Genius Intelligence is one of those books that bucks the trend. An easy to read book that informs and educates, and could be understood by any layman. It suggests that there is a genius within all of us, if only we were to use our brain to its full potential. A lot of the techniques were new to me, but I would certainly try some of them myself. In all a great read and an inspiring one too.

    20. Yvonne Crowe on said:

      I had never heard of neuroplasticity, the genus of Higher Intelligence, until I became enamored of Lance and James Morcan’s Orphan Trilogy books. With their well-researched writing style it is a no brainer to absorb this idea that geniuses are developed not born, which hooked me. How do I get myself some of this now I am on the downside of 70 years of age when my brain cells are meant to be atrophying?I’ve always been open to new ideas and techniques and this well written book gives me sever [...]

    21. Matt Tobin on said:

      An easily read book that discusses various technologies and techniques to raise intelligence. The authors point out whether or not each technique has been scientifically tested and by whom. Rather than provide specific instructions, the authors encourage the reader to seek out tuition (as in the case of speed reading) or resources (in the case of self-hypnotism) to enhance or develop the reader's skills in these areas. Ambidexterity and peripheral vision enhancement are two notable exceptions to [...]

    22. Daniel Chong on said:

      The human brain is a complex mechanism that has always eluded me so when I came across the book I got curious. After all, intelligence defines us as either a genius or a mediocre. I mean, who wouldn’t want to be a genius. Like most people, I was a little skeptical at first but as I read through the various chapters I became intrigue. There were lots of provoking questions proposed by James & Lance Morcan that challenges the readers to think. From speed-reading, harboring a photographic mem [...]

    23. Marise on said:

      I enjoyed exploring the ideas set forth in this book. The authors basically delve into various theories and applications for raising one's IQ. While the authors offer scientific research and studies to back up a lot of the theories presented the text never comes across as drab or droll. It actually made me want to read the Orphan Trilogy because I am sooo interested to see these ideas extrapolated!

    24. Janith Pathirage on said:

      "Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested". Well, this book is definitely the digesting type. This small book has everything one needs to know about IQ. Very practical and proven methods on improving human intelligence. You dont have to have a scientific knowledge to try these methods. And its loads of fun. Definitely gonna read this again. and again

    25. Mat on said:

      There is no trivial talks, long storiesis book is to the point and each sentence is relevant. This book may not make you an expert in the methods mentioned in the book .But this will open the door to believing that we are 'powerful beyond measure' unlike what we were taught from a young age.

    26. Gordon on said:

      Interesting bookI found the book to be in formative it wasWell written and I would recommend thisBook to any one

    27. Rian Nejar on said:

      "Imagination is more important than intelligence," said Albert Einstein, and this book is definitely very imaginative. Yet, there is no guarantee that imagination will lead one to any valid inference, or truthd that maxim is also evidenced in this work. Though written well, and often with disclaimers, this is a work that feeds and relies on speculation to reinforce the authors' beliefs. In so doing, through inherent positive feedback, this work flies away from all rational, empirical, evidence i [...]

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