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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.

A Robotic ‘Can’ to Spray Paint Giant Wall Murals

Wojciech Jarosz, an assistant professor of computer science at Dartmouth College, and his collaborators invented a 'smart' paint spray can that robotically reproduces photographs as large-scale murals.
Credit: Wojciech Jarosz

Researchers invent a ‘smart’ spray paint can that robotically reproduces photographs as large-scale murals. This post from ScienceDaily showcases the robotic ‘artist’ that spray paints giant murals. Robots do many things formerly done only by humans — from bartending and farming to driving cars — but a Dartmouth researcher and his colleagues have invented a “smart” paint spray can that ... Read More »

8 Unexpected Benefits of Adult Coloring Books

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It turns out 4-year-olds are onto something: the benefits of coloring. We dare you to unleash your creative potential with adult coloring books. This post from Lifehack.org highlights how people who love coloring are happier and more creative. Recently, I attended a TEDx event, and as soon I walked inside the convention center, I noticed a large table with a ... Read More »

Teleportation: A Natural Force or Future Technology?

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Is teleportation a natural force? Or is it a term invented for science fiction? Or is it a future technology about to become a reality in science labs? This post from Wake Up World examines “teleportation” events in nature, and asks whether worm holes or quantum physics might hold the answers to these mysterious events. Teleportation is not what you ... Read More »

8 Ways Emotional Intelligence Puts You On the Road to Success

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Forget about IQ. You need your head and heart working as a team to be a true success. Emotional intelligence is the key. This post from Lifehack.org sheds light on what will happen when you become emotionally intelligent. The head and the heart combine to create emotional intelligence. You want to have emotionally intelligent people on your team. They have the ... Read More »

Why Did NASA Spray Lithium and Other Chemicals into American Skies?

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The extent to which NASA has been spraying Lithium into American skies is only now becoming known. This post from Waking Science highlights NASA confessing to dosing Americans with air-borne Lithium and other chemicals. There’s the official explanation for why NASA is spraying lithium, a pharmaceutical drug most often used to treat people with manic depression or bi-polar disorder, into ... Read More »

Oh! To Be Like Water: Fluid, Adaptive, Full of Kinetic Energy

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Be like water. Water’s adaptive fluidity is the need of the times. This post from The Mind Unleashed highlights how the water metaphor teaches us to go with the flow and adapt to the ever-changing environment with ease. Water cannot be compressed or repressed. It changes states, and has incredible kinetic energy. As the proliferation of staged events and the ... Read More »

Self Help for Depression in 4 Manageable Steps

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Here’s self help for depression in four manageable steps. It’s not about curing depression or ‘getting happy’ but finding daily positivity to help manage it. This post from Lifehack.org is the ultimate guide to help you self-manage your depression. It’s been estimated that nearly 350 million people in the world suffer from depression and almost 80% don’t receive any treatment ... Read More »

Sacred Geometry Shows Deeper Connections Between Science & Spirituality

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As our understanding of Sacred Geometry develops, we begin to see deeper connections between Science & Spirituality, between unified field theories and consciousness. This enlightening post from EWAO expands on Einstein’s idea that geometry holds the key to creating a unified equation for the Universe. Unified Field of Consciousness Einstein believed that there was an equation for a Unified Field ... Read More »

Machine Learning Algorithms: A Major Breakthrough in AI

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Machine learning algorithms iteratively learn from data, allowing computers to find hidden insights without being explicitly programmed where to look. This post from Business Insider discusses how machine learning is a revolution as big as the internet or personal computers. Don’t worry, the machines are your friend. We’re in the middle of a historic moment. It used to be the ... Read More »

Origami Inspires Tiny Medical Instruments for Less Invasive Surgery

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3D-printed, origami-inspired tiny medical instruments allow for smaller incisions and less invasive operations. This post from Medical Daily turns the spot light on the researchers’ idea of shrinking tools to make surgery less invasive. When it comes to surgical tools, most of us might imagine them sharp, strong, and probably made of steel. Origami, on the other hand, doesn’t usually ... Read More »