Joe Dispenza shares 3 powerful Techniques to Reprogram the Mind (7 days challenge)
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This guy is amazing! I stopped drinking alcohol completely after watching his videos and when I finally understood in my head and accepted this point of view it wasnt a huge problem to quit at all. Sure there were cravings, but it is nothing compared to what i used to experience. Thank you so much! Love and light🤗
Seems to me like a lot of bullshit with no scientific evidence. Makes you feel good and motivates you when you think about it, but has no proper long lasting effect. It's easy bait for people in pain, with depressive personalities etc.
Thank you for this great video. I study neuroscience independently, I have learned also these strategies and how to adapt your mindset. Who wants to be more successful, can get in touch with me and maybe you will receive a coaching.
I'm so grateful for your support and your love towards humanity , may God bless you always, may God bless humanity !!!!! Thank you so very much for your help and beautiful work!!!!!! 🙏🙏🙏🙏💙🧡♥️💜💛✨✨✨✨✨✨✨✨
I'm learning that the brain is like a muscle. I may not want to read but if I force myself to start reading, im exercising my brain. After the first day I will get more and more motivated to read if I continue to force myself to read. Try it, I'm learning more about myself when I start to change my thought pattern. (In the beginning it's rough because your changing how you are always use to thinking. Once you see that you are the one that creates your reality, you will realize the gift God gave you).
8:20am. I am grateful of:
1) Being alive and conscious.
2) Having a cup of coffee at this very moment without having to struggle for it.
3) Wanting to improve as a person every single day despite the procrastination.
Excellent video with positive energy added for the mindset to just try to be a better person. One day at a time and every little bit helps as long as we continue to move forward; with some light and love in us.
Meditation prayer and reading Gods word to start the day. I stopped social media for 3 mon months and my business has expanded. Dont waste your mind with other people thoughts. Take FB app off your phone
Thank you so much. This one is great! as always.
This is the summary of what I understood:
1. First thing in the morning, ask yourself "What is the greatest ideal of myself that I can be today?" Do it before you do anything else.
a. Then write down 4 thoughts that you are going to be conscious the whole day: I can't, it's too hard, and so on. Be aware of your negative thinking, your negative behavior, your negative feelings, negative emotions, blaming, guilt, complaining, making excuses,feeling a victim and so on. once you are aware of them , review them. Say "this is the old self"
b. Now that you are aware of the unwanted programs, say "What thoughts do I want to fire and wire in my brain?" and begin installing the thoughts, feelings, emotions, actions , reactions and so on that you want to have instead of the old ones. Now rehearse them. Teach your body the new emotions. feel them and don't get up until you feel the way you want (new way) practice that for a few days and see what happens
2. Before going to bed practice gratitude for 10 minutes. Feel the gratitude in your body and mind. This elevates your state so the positive thought can become yours easily. It also helps repair your body.
3. Practice awareness of your surroundings during the day. With your eyes closed be aware of the space around you. This reduce the production of stress hormones.
I hope this summary helps someone
I really enjoy Joe Dispenza's approach to a rational mind and rewired thinking. My humble observation is that there are two views sought by viewers of such videos. The first is those seeking to be better in themselves, more fulfilled - like those who read the 7 habits of highly successful people or the 4 Hour Workweek, and those who have depression and are looking for ways out of the rabbit hole. All of these points are interrelated but those looking for solutions with depression and/or motivation are not in the same headspace as those who are looking for advancement and vice versa. I think one of the key differences is in one case a person has time or capacity to plan and move forward where the other is desperate and has too many negative distractions, such as worrying about paying bills and being homeless through lack of work so this person adopting these steps will struggle most as the body and mind will be on different frequencies and will endure less reward/success in their actions. I think this point is important because although purpose, identity and motivation (my golden triangle) are all fluid, motivation is hugely affected by depression, it is almost binary when broken. When the mind has forgotten what it loves and where the passion for life comes from it has no memories or relateable behaviors to build on. It's hard to drive a Cadillac with no engine.
I earned a BA from brown, an MA from Penn and an MD from duke without doing any of these things. I retired at 43 and now relax with family and friends most of days. I ha e never utilized nor subscribe to these strategies or philosophies and I have lived a productive, successful, fulfilling life. It can be done without any of these tactics. It’s called hard work. Period.
Also, if your in a bad relationship with your partner, spouse, boss, job.. change that immediately.. don't wait on those. Get out of those unhealthy relationships, they destroy lives. Stay positive, move in with a friend or close family member. Reach out to them, and make the jump! Protect your life and eliminate stress.. God bless!
I've been programmed to think that if someone gives me something is because they want something in return therefore, I never show real gratitude but the other day my neighbour had a cook out, his wife brought me a a plate with a lot of food and hand it to me with a big smile, I immediately felt my body full of gratefulness and immense love....that is how I want to feel but is hard.
One of the most beneficial video of Dr. Joe. Many of us can relate with what is said here. Some of our bad programmes are so subtle that we cannot even notice that they are there... Through this video I could really diagnose one of them. Thanks for the upload. Love
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