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:

  1. Your body-mind habituates (forms habits) to your most common thoughts and feelings. 
  2. This in time becomes your normal operating self.
  3. You can’t create something new in your life without breaking past the body-mind’s habits of operation.
  4. 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
  5. 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.
What grounds it for you is that Dispenza details these insights with considerable analysis of body and brain systems. 

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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* Thanks to the ever effervescent John Marshall Experience.

For you —

Evan Griffith
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