You are not doomed by your genes and hardwired to be a certain way for the rest of your life. A new science is emerging that empowers all human beings to create the reality they choose. Joe Dispenza combines the fields of quantum physics, neuroscience, brain chemistry, You are not doomed by your genes and hardwired to be a certain way for the rest of your life.
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Joe Dispenza combines the fields of quantum physics, neuroscience, brain chemistry, biology, and genetics to show you what is truly possible. Not only will you be given the necessary knowledge to change any aspect of yourself, you will be taught the step-by-step tools to apply what you learn in order to make measurable changes in any area of your life.
Joe demystifies ancient understandings and bridges the gap between science and spirituality. Through his powerful workshops and lectures, thousands of people in 25 different countries have used these principles to change from the inside out. Once you break the habit of being yourself and truly change your mind, your life will never be the same!
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More filters. Sort order. Aug 05, Joe rated it did not like it. I enjoyed the first book, and I wish I would have stopped there. In this book he finally reveals he is a quack. Don't get me wrong, some of the information is still fascinating and even useful, but it also comes with a fundamental misunderstanding of what 'quantum' means.
By throwing around 'quantum' and other buzzwords, he essentially covers up the fact that what he's really trying to convince you is that you can just wish for whatever you want, and as long as you wish it hard enough, it will I enjoyed the first book, and I wish I would have stopped there. By throwing around 'quantum' and other buzzwords, he essentially covers up the fact that what he's really trying to convince you is that you can just wish for whatever you want, and as long as you wish it hard enough, it will happen, exactly the way you wish it.
He uses his daughter's summer vacation from college as an example: He essentially tells her to do his little 'quantum meditating' technique and imagine what she wants to happen regarding this Italy trip. So she says instead of the typical college-student-home-for-the-summer job she wants to work in Italy, visit 6 cities, spend a week in Florence, and only work for the first 6 weeks and be able to spend the rest of her break back home. He then reminded her that "universal intelligence would orchestrate the way her dream summer would manifest.
You might as well have said that little italian dream fairies will answer her prayers, or that Ziltoid the Omniscient can bring her to the 10th dimensional version of Italy beyond time and space, where the pasta actually isn't that great anymore, but the artwork is better. So instead of taking the offer, he told her to tell them to shove it up their asses because their quantum intelligent omniversal creator fairies were going to sort out all the details the way that she had originally planned it, and that an Art History course in Italy is only for suckers.
And then we're supposed to believe that she literally did get her perfect dream summer in Italy. Complete with the 6 weeks of working, visiting 6 cities, and spending a week in Florence. So, first of all, I don't believe this happened. Secondly, if it did happen, it would have been a huge coincidence, and certainly not the result of the fact that she "electromagnetically connected to an intended destiny that existed in the quantum" and that "her body was drawn to the future event. View all 19 comments.
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Aug 24, Steven rated it did not like it. The pseudoscience in this book is appalling. Attempting to use concepts of Quantum Physics to rationalize a method to alter reality if you focus hard enough and then supplying little in terms of quantifiable scientific data to back up that rationale shows how bereft of understanding this "doctor" truly is.
Unsubstantiated claims of "expertise" in a number of sciences should be the primary red flag. This trash is simply cluttering the shelves and taking the place of more substantial and helpful The pseudoscience in this book is appalling. This trash is simply cluttering the shelves and taking the place of more substantial and helpful sources of information, factual information at that. View all 3 comments. Nov 11, Kristi rated it it was amazing.
This book will blow your mind. I had huge realizations and light-bulb-turning-on moments repeatedly.
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I only would read a chapter at a time, would have to close the book, and just contemplate the magnitude of what I just read. This isn't a book that you just sit down to read cover-to-cover in one shot. There is so This book will blow your mind. There is so much amazing information that you will want to meditate upon as you read it. I have already recommended this book to everyone I know. Take your life by the reins with this book!!!!!!! View all 5 comments. Oct 05, Pia Bergqvist rated it did not like it.
Some useful ideas about learning meditation. Unfortunately this books falls in a category of books that I always dislike - using random scientific discoveries and theories to justify for example meditation. There is plenty of neuroscientific research supporting the benefits of meditation.
Using quantum physics to talk about energies changing the universe is not only annoying, it also makes me think the author is doubting his own ideas and is desperate to prove that he is right. May 18, George Jankovic rated it it was amazing. What an amazing book!!!
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If someone told you that you could heal yourself simply by using your mind--even cancer--would you believe or would you laugh? While I've always been a big believer in the power of human mind to do both bad destroy our body via stress, for instance and good to at least reverse that , I would've been suspicious to say the least. But a very close friend of mine recommended this book and bought it for me because stress had been ravaging my body and i've been getting all What an amazing book!!! But a very close friend of mine recommended this book and bought it for me because stress had been ravaging my body and i've been getting all kinds of things.
She has been battling progressive multiple sclerosis for years. She read three of Joe's books and used his meditation techniques for nine months. Her latest MRI results showed no lesions on her spine which she'd had for a very long time. Yes, she managed to change her body! How is that possible? We've all heard of the placebo effect. You get a sugar pill instead of the real medicine and it works solely because you believe it would. Your mind heals you because you trust the doctor. This book has some literally amazing examples from medical literature.
How about this? One group of patients does exercises to strengthen muscles or practices playing the piano while the other one does it only in their minds. The result is not identical unfortunately i have to keep doing the push-ups , but pretty darn close. So if your mind believes in something strongly, it can do wonders. But how do you make it believe if nobody gives you a pill? This is where meditation comes into play. Actually, i would call this method sort of a self-hypnosis since you are convincing yourself certain things when you are most susceptible during meditation.
When my friend explained this, my response was, "That is all nice and good, but i've tried meditation several times and i either wanted to fall asleep or my mind kept wandering. And there are always ups and downs, even for the author. But it works. So i plunged in, read two books and started meditating. It proved to be easier than i thought because you are not focused on your breathing, which is hard, but are either listening to Joe on youtube or are talking to yourself. It started out really well for me and kept getting better and then i hurt my back and spent some time in a slump.
But it's worth doing. When things were going well, i felt much happier and people told me that i looked healthier and happier without knowing what i had been doing. I would also like to go to a workshop if there is one near me. This review covers two books: - You are the placebo I suggest reading it first because it has a boatload of amazing examples from medical research and trials. It will pump you up. If you know physics, i suggest you skip the quantum mechanics stuff Joe applies the science of the small to the big and metaphysical.
Epigenetics is great. There is some overlap between the two books but nothing major.