- 100% Pure, organic extract from Peruvian cactus
- 50ml Dropper bottle
- Formulated for rapid absorption and slow release
- Mindfully prepared
- Long lasting effect
- Contains naturally occurring chlorophyll
First one has to understand that the ingredients of the OI range of supplements have been used for centuries and that they have been working for all this time. These supplements full of information are ancient neurotransmitters for Noumena – or what we now call Non Luminous Matter and Non Luminous Energy. This is Pachacamac in the Ancient Language. “That” where everything is happening – as there are Phenomena, there are Noumena – as there is Pachamama, there is Pachacamac. That which permeates and pervades everything and nothing at the same time. As-it-is-ness is-ness.
Genium™ is a neurotransmitter which aids in enabling us to recognise Noumena, the 90% of our potential that are not always accessible in today’s life. The main intention is to target the "Innate Intuitive Order" within all of us. That Awareness that is creating cells second by second, that makes the heart work as well as the rest of the organs. The Nature of being Aware.
Genium™ is suggested for those that have done some training and have been taking the other supplements for a while to form a new foundation and neural-network that can recognise the kind of “software” that Genium™ is. It has naturally occurring source of hordenine, tyrosine, tyramine and chlorophyll.
The genium within is the one that drives our mindful intentionalities… for not saying the Buddha nature within.
- Sayre Tupac -
This is a strong concentrate so care should be taken! Take 10 drops first thing in the morning with or without tablets, or whenever one thinks will be useful. 10 drops more can also be taken in the afternoon with a snack to keep the "creativity wave and continuum of mind" flowing. Drink lots of water!
In ancient Rome, the genius (in plural genii) was the guiding spirit or tutelary deity of a person, family, or place. The noun is related to the Latin verb gigno, genui, genitus, "to bring into being, create, produce." Because the achievements of exceptional individuals seemed to indicate the presence of a particularly powerful genius, the word began to acquire its secondary meaning of "inspiration, talent."