The Method

The Musetude method is based on the fact that every person is capable of genius.5.5

To access our genius, we have to tap into the true essence of our being, our soul.

“Choose rather to be strong of soul than strong of body.” – Pythagoras E = mc2

Feats of prowess that surpass our wildest imaginations are available and achievable to us, if only we acquire the necessary will, discipline, control and energy to deal with any situation at its root. The root is that we are energetic beings. When we become aware of this fact, we live our lives in a less superficial manner, and more aware of our true capabilities.

Is every person a genius?
Does this mean that any normal person can be a prodigy? a genius? Absolutely! but first, we have to be true to our self. Without sufficient knowledge into the empire of oneself we cannot unlock our creative genius.

You might ask; if we are saying anyone can be a genius, how can we explain why some people are more talented than others? We recognize geniuses by their timeless knowledge and outstanding achievements, that surpass normalcy – they are our heros. How, then, can we use this term loosely and call everyone a genius when it seems so evident that some are more capable than others?

“As everything in the universe is one, so consequently everything has equal rights, therefore from this point of view knowledge can be acquired by a suitable and complete study, no matter what the starting point is. Only one must know how to learn” – George Gurdjieff

Let’s take an example of the genius, Mozart. He seems like an ideal candidate. His talent was so immense that by the age of five he was composing musical pieces that had an extremely high level of complexity and flair.

5.2Now, let’s look at his situation from another standpoint. What if, at the time Mozart was born, the harpsichord or violin weren’t yet invented? This means that he wouldn’t have had any outlet to express his talent and, therefore, no one would have been aware of what he was capable of. Does this make him any more or less capable? What are we basing our description of genius on? Would we still consider him a genius even if there is no external proof?

The point is that talent is innate in all of our beings. It is our birthright. We are all hardwired for genius. Whether we have the necessary tools at our disposal to express his genius is secondary. It wouldn’t have made Mozart any less a genius if the harpsichord and violin were not invented.


Our energetic being is immensely capable:Tesla

You might be a person who is way ahead of your time, waiting for the modality of time to catchup with you. There are many examples in history of people who were ahead of their time, Tesla was one such person. In retrospect, Tesla became a hero, but he wasn’t recognized or applauded in his time because no one could understand him. They taught he was crazy!

“When you’re always trying to conform to the norm. You loose your uniqueness which can be the foundation for your greatness” – Dr. Dale Archer (MD)

So what are YOU calibrating as genius? The part of you that is seen, that you project to the world? OR the unseen part, that just knows its genius?

Our job at Musetude is to make the unseen seen. To bring conscious awareness to this bigger part of you, the ‘higher mind’ or soul. Nothing can ever be wrong with this part of you – it is sheer brilliance! This objective knowledge governs the universe.

“As above, so below and as within so without” – Hermes Trismegistus

5.4How many unique possibilities are we unwittingly closing ourselves off from because of the belief that talent can only be showcased within the parameters of existing constructs, such as math, science, geometry, art, literature, business? Furthermore, if we encounter someone who doesn’t tick these boxes we ‘Tesla’ them, because we are also striving to fit within these pre-existing constructs, lest we be deemed useless or weird.

In order to grow and nurture our unique talent, all we require is an environment that has heightened knowledge as to the workings of man/woman and has total faith in human potential.

Musetude unlocks creative genius:
At the Musetude workshop we provide a space where you feel safe, so you can thrive! A place where you as a unique individual can fertilize your mind in a safe non-judgemental environment and, explore your infinite potential.

At the workshop, we provide a challenge: ‘Learn the fundamentals of Music in 1-day’. What this does is:

  1. Requires you to operate at the epitome of yourself!
  2. You have no time to indulge in your lower brains as we keep your prefrontal cortex highly stimulated (all of you is engulfed in the mammoth task of learning music).
  3. You become aware that when there is no part of you struggling, you are uniquely capable.
  4. The task is so big that it levels the playing field – everyone gets a fresh start.

All our 10,000+ students who have taken part in Musetude reach a peak performance state, they never dreamed possible. You connect with the highest and deepest part of yourself and are able to taste how easy, smooth and enjoyable life and learning can be once we are hooked into our creative potential. It is in this highly-functional, creatively-receptive state which enables our students to download information at rapid speeds.

Our students leave the workshop with new, deep knowing that anything is possible, that they can trust themselves, that they have a huge amount to offer the world. They see a reality so big, vast and unexplored that its difficult to go back to viewing life one dimensionally.

Genius is our lot as human beings:
This body frame (temporary matter state) doesn’t defines us. To fully understand our capabilities requires us to simultaneously give equal importance to our energetic possibilities. At this present moment, we might consider ourselves untalented, pain-filled, egoistic, fearful, a linear thinker and other such traits, but, our energetic being is actually free, bliss-filled, capable – a genius! Feats of genius are only accessible to us once we integrate our higher energetic possibilities.

Each and everyone of us are geniuses, some recognized by society, some not, some will be recognized in the future and some might go forever unnoticed. The only thing we can do in this temporary short existence is to give our best. . . never doubt your greatness, your unlimited capabilities, no matter what! 

What would you consider more important, getting recognition from society or knowing yourself? You are a mystery and if you spend your whole life unraveling this mystery, don’t say that you’ve wasted your time. Exploring questions about why you are here on earth at this time?, who are you?, what are you?, where do you go once you leave this plane?, is some part of you immortal? These are all profoundly important questions.

“We can judge our progress by the courage of our questions and the depth of our answers, our willingness to embrace what is true rather than what feels good.” – Carl Sagan