A quantum perspective on how to reinvent yourself

I’ve just listened to the Hay House World Summit (2013)  interview of Dr Joe Dispenza by Michael Neill.

What a gem!

As Joe says, quantum physics is the modern interpreter of mysticism. It is demystifying ancient knowledge and telling us how we can function (joyfully) in our personal reality.  It is explaining the role and impact of our thinking and emotions and choices in creating the experiences we have and the life we are currently living.

His work dovetails beautifully with what leading edge teachers like Esther Hicks and Bashar are also telling us. His discussion and insights add to the bigger picture understanding of how we can truly become masters of our own destiny – through deliberate and conscious choices to think and feeling differently.  To think and feel better – more often – and more consistently. To craft the self image we prefer to have of ourselves.

What I found particularly exciting was his discussion of how we can literally reinvent ourselves – at will – once we understand that we are mostly running on “old programming”  – old habits of thought and emotional reactions – that have reached their “use-by” date.

Rather than waiting til we hit “rock bottom” and then attempting to pick up our psychic selves – as it were – we can experience joyful change and transformation. This is not a metaphorical change. This is a literal change. For example create the good health, the finances, the relationships, the abundance, etc that we seek. We can be our true selves – no longer reacting to our external environment – but instead initiating change from within and then seeing our outer world mirror that inner change back to us.

But there is a “price” to pay. We must be willing to give up our old ideas of ourself – old habits of thinking and reacting to the external world.  This involves stepping into the unknown – stepping beyond our “comfort zone” – feeling uncomfortable for a time – until new habits kick in.

What I loved about the interview is how Dr Joe pulls together many strands of knowledge or information that are available in the new sciences like quantum physics, the self help area, NLP, education and training, and so forth. He offers a very accessible way of understanding the nature of physical reality and our role within that domain (“game”).

For example, we are now understanding why brainwave technology and meditation are such powerful agents for change. Both are a fast track way to change your brain chemistry – your neuronal frequency – from beta to alpha to theta states. Happy people, high achievers, creative people have discovered such optimal states either by accident or have been taught. We have heard of “being in the zone” – of “being in the flow” – and now we are learning how to achieve such states with ease – and from that state – to envision our life as we prefer it to be. It really is the stuff of magic…

I could go on ..

The way Joe Dipenza explains “personal change” is cutting edge – very accessible – and very “do-able”.

I went over to Amazon and bought the Kindle version of his most recent book, Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One

When I’ve read it – it’ll write a post.

Using sound technology for personal change

What are some obvious benefits of sound technology?

One of the major benefits of using sound technology is in achieving a quietened mind in near record time. With practice, 10-15 minutes can do it. How often do you find yourself in a stressful situation or stressful state of mind? What do you do about it?

If you’re wanting to sleep and you have an overly active mind, your chances of a good’s night’s sleep are pretty much nil.

Something has triggered a seemingly non-stop barrage of mental “yamma-yamma”. It’s as if you have no control over the thoughts that are racing through your mind. Fearful or worried thoughts increase in their intensity – circling round and round in your mind. And your imagination kicks in with matching images and scenes for added effects!

No wonder some people resort to drugs or alcohol to dull unwanted mental chaos. But that’s a very temporary solution. Prolonged use can result in addiction.

What are healthier alternatives for achieving a relaxed state of mind?

Listening to specially recorded sound waves such as Alpha or Theta or Delta waves can work wonders in minutes. (use headphones to get the full benefits).

Your brain oscillates a varying frequencies – naturally

When you’re in a creative state (in the zone) – for example engrossed in something you enjoy such a playing an instrument or drawing or writing or cooking or simply concentrating on some task at hand – your brain is oscillating at an Alpha frequency and often goes into a deeper and slower Theta frequency.

Prior to sleep, your brain naturally oscillates at a “theta” brainwave pattern.

When you’re actually sleeping, your brain oscillates at a “delta” brainwave frequency.

I’ve been using brainwave technology for a number of years. I love it!

I use Alpha, Theta and Delta brainwave technology on a regular basis to quieten my mind.

With a quiet and relaxed mental state I can think more clearly. Ideas come. Solutions appear. Creativity is enhanced. I prepare myself for a good night’s rest using Theta and Delta waves.  In fact I can have a quick nap of just 10-15 minutes and feel refreshed. It’s a way to turn off the “yamma yamma” of daily life and retreat to an inner sanctum to rejuvenate myself – easily.

These days you can buy brainwave tracks that also have ambient music overlays.

Visit Mediafire and download two free tracks. The Alpha track explains how to get the most out of the experience. The Delta track is wonderful to just play in the background as you’re working on a computer.

Download the Alpha track here.
Download the Delta track here.

Also visit BrainSync for an excellent range of low-cost brainwave audios. They even have some free samples.

Do yourself – and your mind – a big favour. Start listening to brainwave technology on a daily basis and begin to feel and see the difference – physically, emotionally and mentally.

Visit Brainsync here.