Finding Purpose in a Time of Pandemic

In thinking about purpose, I find it holds special meaning during these uncertain times. My blog article posted on the Geomic Code website last month (“Two Ways to Approach the Unknown”) touched on that notion of uncertainty. In last month’s article I had this to say, “We can all draw inspiration for finding new life

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Two Ways to Approach the Unknown

Two Ways to Approach the Unknown

I have always been curious about words, especially those with interesting histories. Take the word “listlessness”, for example. The dictionary defines it as a state in which one lacks energy, enthusiasm or liveliness; a state of indifference. These days, this frame of mind is often expressed by a “Whatever!”  spoken with the person’s best imitation

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“Unconscious” vs. “Subconscious”: How They Are Different; Why It’s Important

Unconscious vs. Subconscious

At the Geomic Code Research Institute, we continue to study the Geomic Code, which Phil Canville discovered, as he said in his book, The Geomic Code: Unlocking the Mystery of Unconscious Choice, “hiding in plain sight.”  He described this code as “the code for interacting with the world around us”. The Institute delves into what it

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