Joe Dispenza, D.C., studied biochemistry at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and holds a Bachelor of Science degree with an emphasis in neuroscience. He received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia, graduating magna cum laude. Dr. Dispenza’s postgraduate training and continuing education has been in neurology, neuroscience, brain function and chemistry, cellular biology, memory formation, aging and longevity. Joe Dispenza was featured in the award winning film, “What The Bleep Do We Know?”This lecture provides basic yet powerful information on how to co-create ones day and how to use focused concentration, repetition, and visualization (mental rehearsing) to rewire the brain. These are skills we can all harness.
I call it the circle of life; one part creates the next and so on! Thought creates emotion, emotion creates feelings, feelings create state of mind, state of mind create experience or doings and doings or experiences create thought and the circle continues.
Porter’s Testimonial, Healing
Porter ended up in a wheelchair after a car accident years ago and was told he would be a quadriplegic and never be able to walk again (among other things).
Porter is determined that he will walk again, and is supported by his own mental attitude, his family, friends and energy healer Jill Runnion. Already Porter now has the use of the upper part of his body and arms, so he is presently a paraplegic (not quadriplegic). Through a combination of tremendous will, openness to exploring alternative techniques and his dedication to understanding the brain, neuroscience and how he can heal his body, Porter shared this video of him standing for the first time, in August 2010. Porter is a student of Dr. Joe Dispenza, and has completed the Level 1 and Level 2 workshops ‘ Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself and has been actively applying the knowledge and techniques he has learned in his life, and is seeing tremendous results.
Tune in only to your intent (page 12). Reasons We Dial into Programs We Don’t like
- We’re not really here. The NOWS is the point of power. If you’re not really here, your mind is not available to do what you’re asking it to do.
- We’ve named it difficult. We spend so much time talking about what doesn’t work that we miss that whole point: namely, that we have the power to create something that does.
- We stalk negativity. Once we begin to look for what’s right, our lives begin spinning in unimaginably exciting new directions.
- By George, we think we’ve got it. Once you know something, it becomes your reality. But knowing anything is exceedingly restrictive.
- The mind is so powerful it can create something “outside” itself to be more powerful. Suspend judgment long enough to believe they’ll work and if you are convinced they’re a family-size bucket of bull, you’ll collect data to support your viewpoint.
- We haven’t really practiced. You cannot know wisdom. You can only be wisdom.
Pam Grout says that the world out there reflects what I want to see. She says that it’s nothing but my own illusions that keep me from experiencing peace, joy, and love.