Joe Dispenza: His principles for creating something new
Yesterday we celebrated a synchronicity: I was given a book by an author I hadn’t thought of in years* . . . .
. . . . Joe Dispenza of What The Bleep Do We Know?! docu-movie fame . . .
. . . . and then days later a close friend finds himself going to a Joe Dispenza event across the continent. A surprise even to him.
Today I’ve collated a few Joe Dispenza principles for creating something new in your life:
- Your body-mind habituates (forms habits) to your most common thoughts and feelings.
- This in time becomes your normal operating self.
- You can’t create something new in your life without breaking past the body-mind’s habits of operation.
- You do this in a number of ways, but a favored method is living a future possibility in your mind so thoroughly that you break the habit of being yourself.
- This creates a new setting in your body and brain. Which cascades biochemical changes throughout your body, including turning genes on and off, to better facilitate the new you. This new mind-body programming then draws you to that imagined experience.
I don’t know about you, but for me, whenever someone can intricately connect known scientific knowledge to forward-thinking paradigms . . . I’m in.
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