Mindfulness and the Geomic Code

August 28, 2019

By Sue Stoney, editor, The Geomic Code Research Institute

The chief benefit Phil Canville cited for understanding the Geomic Code and its workings in our individual lives is that it can help us relate effectively with the world around us.

What Phil and his partner, Sharon Stewart-Canville, discovered was a way to determine how individual preference for certain shapes and colors influences our decision-making and manifests itself in how we live our lives.

In a sense, Geomic Code is to our soul what Genomic Code is to our biology. When you take a Geomic Code Assessment from a place of purity of preference, the results (especially when read by and shared with a Geomic Reader) can shine a light on who you are at your core and provide insight into how you can connect with other human beings.

In fact, we at the Geomic Code Research Institute are just beginning to tap into what the Geomic Code Assessment results can teach us about interrelationships. Recently, for example, I was looking at how certain principles underpin both Geomic Code and the practice of mindfulness, especially as the two involve self-development and personal growth:

  1. It is possible to separate ourselves from our thoughts and observe them from a place of neutrality.
  2. Being grounded in our true selves welcomes others into our lives.
  3. Clearing away negativity creates space for ingenuity to thrive.
  4. Acceptance of our individual thoughts allows us to move past them to the place where we see their interrelatedness to others’ thoughts.
  5. Living in the moment and paying attention to what we are feeling and thinking, without judgment, helps us discover our true nature.
  6. Our thoughts shape our reality.
  7. Reconnecting mind, body and spirit infuses life with joy and purpose.

Perhaps you are feeling lost in a sea of demands and expectations not of your choosing. Maybe you are seeking the light of inspiration and / or a new direction. Or you might be looking for affirmation of who you are and where you are going.

Imagine, then, having a tool that can help uncover your unconscious choices and bring them into the light of day. What would it be like to live your life from your core without judgment – of yourself or others – operating in the best interest of you and them?

John Kabat-Zinn, the creator of the Stress Reduction Clinic and Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts, has said, “If we hope to go anywhere or develop ourselves in any way, we can only step from where we are standing.”

Please take a Geomic Code Assessment and have it read by a Geomic Reader. You may see more clearly the place where you are standing, so you can have a better sense of where you might go.

The Geomic Code Research Institute is helping people discover their soul’s code using the Geomic Code Assessment. If you would like the Institute’s help in finding your own “path not yet taken”, please call us at 925-975-6839 or email blog@geomiccode.com.