Geniuses know “how” to think, instead of “what” to think
Albert Einstein,Nikola Tesla, Isaac Newton, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Socrates what is the first thing that comes to mind when you read these names, Genius perhaps? What is it that makes a brilliant mind? Is it just a number (IQ), or is it more than that? Is there more to genius than just intelligence? Creativity and inspiration are a couple of qualities that come to mind.
So, what is it that makes a genius? Throughout the years there have existed many brilliant and intellectual minds. Each one of these people possesses their own unique qualities that makes us consider them a genius. There are many aspects to be considered before someone is labeled as a genius. For instance, contemporary writer Marilyn Savant has accomplished very little in the way of academic achievements although she has been thoroughly tested and possess a remarkably high IQ of 220. On the other hand there has been a number of Nobel Prize winners who are considered geniuses in their own right have IQs as low as 110 – 120. This just goes to show that there are additional factors to figuring out whether someone should be considered a genius other than IQ alone.
Buckminster Fuller claims that all people are born geniuses and that society gradually deprives us of this. There are yet others who believe that genius is an innate ability that appears spontaneously and is quashed by ”higher education” which teaches us a somewhat conditioned way of thinking that limits these innate abilities, eventually ridding us of them. Having a lot of knowledge does not make someone a genius. Consider, if you will the creativity and imagination of a young child. Is this not what we claim is genius. Over time as that same child progresses through the educational system, is it possible that, that childhood creativity and imagination is drained through the repetitive teaching of facts and statistics. Less and less is the use of imagination encouraged throughout the school career of that child until it is pretty much completely gone by early adulthood. It was Charles Baudelaire who stated that genius is “no more than childhood recaptured at will.”
Becoming a genius is simply a matter of retraining yourself to think like one. You can start by seeing the everyday world in a new light. Thinking metaphorically, in opposites and simply thinking more, (something that not enough of us do anyway). If you have an idea and it has a different than expected outcome, do not ask yourself why it has failed, but rather what was accomplished by it. Thinking like an inventor is a matter of looking at existing ideas and inventions and imagining how they can be changed to benefit people. The father of quantum theory, Max Planck said that scientists need to have “a vivid intuitive imagination” because new ideas are generated by an artistically creative imagination rather than by deduction. Albert Einstein was very clear in stating that his ideas and theories came from the “free invention of his imagination” as well.
Geniuses look for entirely new concepts and believe that anything is possible. It is this belief that leads them to approach problems in different ways the rest of people do. Often a genius will see connections and patterns where the majority of people don’t. For instance, Leonardo DaVinci compared a bell ringing to a stone hitting the water. In this comparison he devised that sound travels in waves, much the same way that water does. Aristotle made the distinction that geniuses, unlike the general population, think metaphorically. Aristotle said that if a person could find a relationship between two contrary areas of existence, that he was likely gifted.Nikola Tesla:The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. One must be sane to think clearly, but one can think deeply and be quite insane;also :If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.
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