Dr Joe Dispenza and the Change Process

I recently listened to a new interview of my favorite scientist/ change practitioner – Dr Joe Dispenza – by Collete Baron-Reid.

Collete asks Dr Joe about the role of our subconscious mind in the change process. Listen to his explanation – about 15 minutes into the interview..

He also mentions that he’s releasing a new book in April 2014 (hard cover) – called “You Are the Placebo: Making Your Mind Matter ”

you are te placcebo by dr joe dispenzaFrom the book’s description..

“Citing many amazing individual cases studies, this compelling book will empower you to personally use “the expectation of a particular outcome” to alter your internal states—as well as external reality—solely through the action of your mind. It offers the necessary understandings to change old beliefs and perceptions into new ones.
In addition, it teaches a model of personal transformation that correlates with the placebo effect—without the need for any external influences (“placebos” such as sugar pills, saline injections, and so on).
You Are the Placebo combines the latest research in neuroscience, biology, psychology, hypnosis, behavioral conditioning, and quantum physics to demystify the workings of the placebo effect . . . and show how the seemingly impossible can become possible.”

Order here – You Are the Placebo: Making Your Mind Matter

Are You Doomed By Your Genes To Be A Certain Way?

Every day for the past week or so I’ve been listening to self help neuro-scientist Dr Joe Dispenza. There are few people who explain the creative process – with greater clarity – than Dr Joe.

How we think and how we feel directly impacts what we “get” every day in our life. If you’re interested in taking control of your life (and destiny), watch a sample clip with Dr Joe Dispenza – Your Immortal Brain – where he talks about mastering the art of observation or focus.

Your Immortal Brain

Get your brain into shape with Lumosity

Today I discovered a new site that has been created to train your brain. It’s a project called the “human cognition” project.

“Train your brain with Lumosity, the personal trainer designed by scientists.”

Lumosity - Brain Games & Brain Training

No kidding – it works. I spent 10 minutes doing some “brain training” – and could feel the effects. It was as if my brain had had a very vigorous massage.

When you understand the benefits of actively stimulating your neurology – creating new neural pathways – making new connections – in fun and interesting ways – a site like this becomes more than just a set of games to play.

Having read Dr Jo Dispenza’s book, Breaking the habit of being yourself, and halfway through his earlier book, Evolve your brain, the state of your neurology plays a major factor in your overall health and well-being.

For example, by concentrating as you play the games at Lumosity, you are also strengthening your general ability to concentrate in other areas of your life – including self improvement and business development.

Try the free account. Check how your brain feels before and after you do some of the exercises..

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.