By Sue Stoney, Editor, Geomic Code Research Institute
In November of 2012, I walked out of the building for the last time where I had spent the previous 12 years as a marketing communications professional. As I bid farewell to someone I had worked with there I said, “You know: I think I’m going to open my own business!” Those words came as a surprise – to my colleague and me. I was the one who almost always responded to the question “Would you ever go out on your own as an independent?” with a resounding “No!”
Sure enough: In August of 2013, I “soft-launched” my website and had my first client. Would it surprise you to know that I was 63 years old at the time? That was my first lesson in understanding what Geomic Code (and the Research Institute it spawned) is all about: Humans have unlimited potential for growth and change in their lives, no matter how old they are.
In the summer of 2014, I began working with Randy Wight, CEO of the Geomic Code Research Institute, to develop content for a book he had been co-authoring with his business partners – Phil Canville and Sharon Stewart-Canville. The book’s title, The Geomic Code: Unlocking the Mystery of Unconscious Choice, intrigued me, and I felt, at times, as though I was editor – not only to Randy and Sharon – but to Phil Canville himself, who discovered what he viewed as human beings’ spiritual DNA “hiding in plain sight” in 50-plus years of research.
Upon Phil’s death in 2013, Randy and Sharon were left with the daunting task of finishing the book and founding the Research Institute that would continue Phil’s work. The Institute put a name to the “test” Phil designed to help individuals uncover the personal preferences that influence their life choices – the Geomic Code Assessment.
When an individual takes the Geomic Code Assessment and shares the results with a Geomic Code Reader (someone trained to help others see what the Institute calls Dynamic-Natural-Abilities [D-N-A]), that person is in for an eye-opening experience of her or himself at that person’s spiritual core. I know this because I have taken the Assessment several times.
In sharing my Assessment results with a trained Reader, I have had affirmed that initial understanding of human potential that I had at the end of 2012. I have also discovered new things about myself that were buried under the demands and passed-on beliefs that were layered on to my developing view of myself since I was born.
If you see yourself as a work-in-progress…if you are drawn to courses in self-development…if you want to understand yourself – as you are in the present and as you hope to be in the future – you will want to join the Geomic Code Research Institute team at a workshop designed for people just like you – “Leaping beyond Limits”.
“Leaping beyond Limits” is being held on Saturday, February 29, 2020, from 9:00 a.m. to Noon (with registration starting at 8:30 a.m.) at Campbell Theater, 636 Ward Street, Martinez, CA. “Leaping beyond Limits” is your opportunity to discover your own Dynamic-Natural-Abilities. Please join us by registering online for “Leaping beyond Limits”.
Allow us to help you unlock your hidden potential. 2020 can then be – not simply a number denoting a calendar year – but a description of your vision for yourself this year – and beyond. In the meantime, go to the Geomic Code website and take the Geomic Code Assessment for yourself. I promise you won’t be sorry.