The Science of Changing Your Mind; By: Joe Dispenza D.C.; Narrated by: Sean .. “Dr. Joe Dispenza’s book, Evolve Your Brain, will help you use your power to . By Dr. Joe Dispenza. 1. What inspired and motivated you to write this book? An experience I had 20 years ago inspired me to investigate the power of the brain. The Science of Changing Your Mind. JOE DISPENZA, D.C. Experience Change or Evolve the Brain. .. Dr. Joe Dispenza’s book, Evolve Your Brain, will help.
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Ever wonder why you repeat the same negative thoughts in your head? Why you keep coming back for more from hurtful family members, friends, or significant others? And when you know how these bad habits are created, it’s possible to not only break these patterns, but also reprogram and evolve your brain, so that new, positive, and beneficial habits can take over.
This is something you can start to do right now.
By evolving egolve brain and mind, we exert a greater influence on the objective world. Author, Joe Dispenza, explores training the brain and getting the mind to work better so we become more mindful participants in observing reality. Buddhist monks, through the use of the frontal lobe, produce a more coordinated mind by practicing inner focus.
We know that brzin knowledge alone will wire the brain to see things in new and unusual ways. We also now understand that experience further shapes the brain. Think of the wine connoisseur who, with repeated moments of being present with taste and aroma, perceives what others never know exists.
Maybe the same applies on a larger scale to how we perceive our life. When bfain truly change our mind, we change evovle life. Dispenza’s postgraduate training and continuing education have been in neurology, neurophysiology, evolvs brain function. Dispenza has authored several scientific articles on the close relationship between brain chemistry, neurophysiology, and biology, and their roles in physical health.
Dispenza has a chiropractic practice in Rainier, Washington. But strange that I was not told That the brain can hold In a tiny ivory cell God’s heaven or hell. I invite you to dispena a single thought, any thought. Whether your thought was related to a feeling of anger, sadness, inspiration, joy, or even sexual arousal, you changed your body.
All thoughts, whether they be ‘I can’t,’ ‘I can,’ ‘I’m not good enough,’ or ‘I love you,’ have similar measurable effects. As you sit casually reading this page, not lifting a single finger, bear in mind that your body is undergoing a host of dynamic changes. Triggered by your most recent thought, did you know that suddenly, your pancreas and your adrenal glands are already busy secreting a few new hormones?
Like a sudden lightning storm, different areas of your brain jour surged with increased electrical current, releasing a mob of neurochemicals that are too numerous to name. Your spleen and your thymus gland sent out a mass e-mail to your immune system to make a few modifications. Several different gastric juices started flowing.
Your liver began processing enzymes that were not present moments before. Your heart rate fluctuated, your lungs altered their stroke volume, and blood flow to the capillaries in your hands and feet changed. All from just thinking one thought.
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You are that powerful. But how are you capable of performing all of those actions? We can all intellectually understand that the brain can manage and regulate many diverse functions throughout the rest of the body, but how responsible are we for the job our brain is doing as CEO of the body? Whether we like it or not, once a thought happens in the brain, the rest is history. All of the bodily reactions that occur from both our intentional or unintentional thinking unfold behind the scenes of our awareness.
When you come right down to it, it is startling to realize how influential and extensive the effects of one or two conscious or unconscious thoughts can be. For example, is it possible that the seemingly unconscious thoughts that run through our mind daily and repeatedly create a cascade of chemical reactions that produce not only what we feel but also how we feel? Can we accept that the long-term effects of our habitual thinking just braain be jke cause of how our body moves to a state of imbalance, or what we call disease?
Is it likely, moment by moment, that we train our body to be unhealthy by our repeated thoughts and reactions? What if just by thinking, we evollve our internal chemistry to be bumped out of normal range so often that the body’s self-regulation yur eventually redefines these fr states as normal, regular states?
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It’s a subtle process, but maybe we just never gave it that much attention until now. My wish is that this book will offer a few suggestions for managing your own internal universe. Since we are on the subject of attention, now I want you to pay attention, become aware, and listen.
Can you hear the hum of the refrigerator? The sound of a car passing by your home? A distant dog barking? How about the resonance of your own heart beating? Just by shifting your attention in those moments, you caused a power surge and voltage flux of electricity in millions of brain cells right inside your own head.
By choosing to modify your awareness, you changed your brain. Not only did you change how your brain was btain moments before, but you changed how it will work in the dispena moment, and possibly for the rest of your life. As you return your attention jod these words on this page, you altered blood flow to various parts of your brain. You also set off a cascade of impulses, rerouting and modifying electrical currents to different brain areas. On a microscopic level, a multitude of diverse nerve cells ganged up chemically to ‘hold hands’ and communicate, in order to establish stronger yokr relationships with each other.
Because of your shift in attention, the shimmering three-dimensional web of intricate neurological tissue that is your brain veolve firing in new combinations and sequences.
You did that of your own free will, by changing your focus. You quite literally changed your mind. As human beings, we have the natural ability to focus our awareness on anything. As we will learn, how and where we place our attention, what we evolvee our attention on, and for how long we place it ultimately defines us on a neurological level.
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If our awareness is so mobile, why is it so hard to keep our attention on thoughts that might serve us? Right now, as you continue to concentrate and read this page, you might have forgotten about the pain in your back, the disagreement you had with your boss earlier today, and even what gender you are. It is where we place our attention and on what we place our attention that maps the very course of our state of being. For example, we can, in any given moment, think about a bitter memory from our past that is only tattooed in the intimate folds of our gray matter and, like magic, it comes to life.
We also have the option of attending to future anxieties and worries that do not readily exist until they are conjured up by our own mind. But to us, they are real. Our attention brings everything to life and makes real what was previously unnoticed or unreal. Believe it or not, according to neuroscience, placing our attention on pain in the body makes pain exist, because the circuits in the brain that perceive pain become electrically activated.
But when we look to see whether the pain is gone for good, the corresponding brain circuits once again activate, causing us to feel the discomfort return. And if these brain circuits repeatedly fire, the connections between them become stronger.
Thus by paying attention to pain on a daily basis, we are wiring ourselves neurologically to develop a more acute awareness of pain perception, because the related brain circuits become more enriched. Your own personal attention has that much of an effect on you.
This could be one explanation to how pain, and even memories from our distant past, characterize us. What we repeatedly think about and where we focus our attention is what we neurologically become. Neuroscience finally understands that we can mold and shape the neurological framework of the self by the repeated attention we give to any one thing. By the time you have read this far in the book, you have changed your brain permanently. If you learned even one bit of information, tiny brain cells have made new connections between them, and who you are is evolbe.
The images that these words created in your mind have left footprints in the vast, endless fields of neurological landscape that is the identity called ‘you.
How your nerve cells are yoyr arranged, or neurologically wired, based on what you learn, what you remember, what you experience, what you envision for yourself, what you do, and how you think about yourself, defines you as an individual.
You are a work in progress. The organization of brain cells that makes up who you are is constantly in flux. Forget the notion that the brain is static, rigid, and fixed. Instead, brain cells are continually remolded and reorganized by our thoughts and experiences. Neurologically, we are repeatedly changed by the endless stimuli in the world.
Instead of imagining nerve cells as solid, inflexible, tiny sticks that are assembled together to make up your brain’s gray matter, I invite you to see them as dancing patterns of delicate electric fibers in an animated web, connecting and disconnecting all the time.
This is much closer to dispwnza truth of who you are.
The fact that you can read and comprehend the words on this page is due to the many interactions you have had throughout your life. Different people taught you, instructed you, and essentially changed your brain microscopically. If you accept this notion that your brain is still changing as you read these pages before you, you can easily see that your parents, teachers, neighbors, friends, family, and culture have contributed to who you are presently.
It is our senses, through our diverse experiences, that write the story of who we are on the tablet of our mind. Now, let’s change your brain a little further. I want to teach you a new skill. Here are the instructions: Look at your right hand. Touch your thumb to your pinky finger, and then touch your thumb to your index finger. Next, touch your thumb to your ring finger, and then touch your thumb to your middle finger.
Repeat the process until you can do it automatically. Now do it faster and make your fingers move more rapidly without mistake. Within a few minutes of paying attention, you should be able to master the action. To learn the finger movements well, you had to rise out of your resting state, dispeza relaxing and reading to a heightened state of conscious awareness. Voluntarily, you perked up your brain a little; you increased your level of awareness by your intentional free will. To succeed in egolve this skill, you also had to increase your brain’s level of energy.
You turned up the dimmer switch to the light bulb in your brain that is constantly on, and it got brighter. You became motivated, and your choice to do this made your brain turn on.