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Genius Awakening was created to lead people to a better understanding of self and others in order to navigate our world at a higher and more awakened level of being. Together we will explore the depths of consciousness in order to evolve beyond our current paradigms into a world of love, joy and peace. Oksana and Larry Ostrovsky are passionate guides of this space.

Our Ego: So Fragile And Complex

i am worth it

We human beings are a highly complex, inscrutable, and fascinating species. For many major beliefs across the planet, we represent the epitome of creation, yet we are ridden with both irony and paradox. We love and we hate, we have our strengths and weaknesses, and virtues and vices in abundance. Each of us possess both resilience and fragility, and we ... Read More »

Must See It To Believe: How To Access Your Subconscious

human-soul

Would you believe me if I said I have seen muscles of the body talking to the mind? My faith in energy therapies grew by leaps and bounds when I saw energy therapists enabling the client’s subconscious knowledge to be expressed through the muscles of the arms in the form of yes or no answers. This makes me believe the ... Read More »

Addiction: How Your Mindset Is Hindering Your Recovery

resilience

Author Napoleon Hill once said, “Whatever your mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” While this may sound like another motivational quote, there is actually a lot of truth in this statement, especially when it comes to fighting addictive behaviors. You may be surprised to read this, especially since you may believe that addiction could only be countered with ... Read More »

Can Your Mind Actually Create Physical Pain?

body chemistry

I bet all of you have experienced the itching sensation, which seems unbearable in that moment especially when you are not allowed to scratch. I also bet that, right now, reading about itching, actually makes you want to scratch. So, if the mind is capable of creating an itch, what else could it be capable of creating? Imagine your mind crowded ... Read More »

Is Codependence An Addiction?

copedendency

Codependent personalities use maladaptive dependence on others to help them experience a sense of significance and self-worth. It is also a psychological survival strategy to deal with real and imagined stressful circumstances. In essence, codependency involves an addiction to someone else; specifically, an addiction to a peculiar kind of relationship with another person. Codependence is a compulsive, vicarious way of ... Read More »

5 Reasons Why Making Plans Is A Bad Idea

making plans

Modern-day technology is a gift and enables us to plan effectively both in our professional and social environments. We have email, SMS, online calendars and hand-held devices where we can store appointments, commitments and other useful pieces of information. Related: 15 Self-Imposed Commitments That Aren’t Making You Happier, Healthier, or Better It is necessary to make plans. Our lives could end ... Read More »

Research Finds DNA Link Between Friends

best-friends

Those clever people over at Yale and the University of California have dished the goods on DNA similarities between friends. The study, undertaken on 1.9 million gene variations, found startling results. Results were clear that those we choose as friends have similar DNA genetic traits such as taste and smell. It is no secret menstrual cycles of women who live ... Read More »