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"There are so many times in my life as an artist when I have no idea what to do next ...This book provides so many intriguing ways to move you forward and get you beyond that moment of creative panic."
Laurie Anderson, artist
"With this revolutionary book, Ranck and Nutter offer up a profound tool for anyone feeling stuck in life or art. It is impossible to open IGNITE THE GENIUS WITHIN without experiencing a seismic shift in how you are thinking, feeling, and ultimately, creating. Grab headphones, flip to a page, and prepare to grow beyond where you even thought possible."
Emma McLaughlin, co-author, The Nanny Diaries
"You don't so much read this book as experience it, feel it drawing you in, lifting you up, and shifting you quite concretely into a deeper connection to your personal strength and creativity. Prepare to be surprised by this book's power--and your own!"
Sarah Jones, Tony Award winning playwright and performer, Bridge & Tunnel
Never one to be able to meditate, the most surprising thing happened to me when I sat down with this book and soundtrack. I was actually able to quiet my mind enough to focus on one thing at a time. This book is completely unique and quite a great experience.
Debra Jo Rupp, actress, That 70s Show
IGNITE THE GENIUS WITHIN triggers an amazing journey into the world of artistic creation. As an actor, EMDR has been a wonderful tool in exploring character, and emotional development. It has enabled me to delve deeper into the psyche of a character after all other avenues have been exhausted. This book provides a multitude of exercises that "peel the onion" of our subconscious in a manner that we can apply to our work as well as our day to day lives.
Thomas Ryan - actor, stage/ film, presently on Broadway in, Irena's Vow
When you realize that you are the one writing the story behind the images in this book, you begin to see that you are the one writing the story of your whole life.
Carlos Leon, actor, Broadways Three Penny Opera, and 2008 Monaco Film Festival Best Supporting Actor in an Independent Film, Tricks of a Woman
Dr. Christine Ranck is an EMDR and Brain Spotting trauma therapist and psychoanalyst with a private practice in New York City. She has appeared on many national talk shows, including The Today Show. She is also a nationally known motivational speaker on the topic of freeing creativity, whose clients include Deloitte & Touche, Amnesty International, and the National Organization for Women.
Christopher Lee Nutter has written for The New York Times, Details, The Village Voice, and many other publications. He has appeared on VH1 and taught at The Learning Annex.
This book is really cool! It's now what I thought, but it's so much better. I go through a little bit of it each day and it's helped me so much already. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lauren H.
I Chose this rating and I highly recommend this book , its so many things that we are not aware of in our life here, but this man brings forth some serious truths , that seem so... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Jennifer James
All journeys begin with some trepidation, most especially the life-long inner journey. Perhaps that is because we know we will be surprised and not always pleasantly. Read morePublished on January 29, 2013 by Austin
This book has it's own sources and ingredients to fulfill yourself with what you wanted in life. I couldn't even put it down nor turn away from it. Read morePublished on December 10, 2012 by Henry Cooper
This book simply cannot be "read" with the thinking mind! There are experiences in here waiting to take you for a ride to discovering the vastness of your own unexplored internal... Read morePublished on September 19, 2011 by Searching4Something
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The photos in this book along with the music (which is included) bring your mind to another place. I find myself able to relax and look at things so differently. Read morePublished on July 17, 2011 by jpetrn
This book is full of pictures, and there's a soundtrack you use while you look at them. So my first experience with the book was when I was drawn to the picture of the homeless man... Read morePublished on July 15, 2011 by A Fan
A book that helps quide you through lifes journey, wonderful concept...a musr reads for anyone wanting to explore your inner selfPublished on July 15, 2011 by Diane