It took one moment to change Joe Dispenza's life forever.
A car sent him toppling off his bike, causing multiple fractures to his vertabrae. Several doctors said his only hope of walking again was to fuse some of the vertebrae in an operation that would leave him with a lifetime of pain and limited mobility.
But as a chiropractor, Dispenza knew enough about spinal health and his own post-accident physical state to take a remarkable risk: he refused the operation and, along with a careful therapeutic program, literally thought his way to healing. Nine months later, he was able to walk and function as well as he had before the accident, and he credits a large amount of that recovery to the power of his own mind.
This incredible experience spurred Joe on to learn about this most important tool that we all possess—the brain—and he passes that potent knowledge on to you. He explores how the brain learns, how it processes information, and, when it isn't stimulated enough by new experiences, how it can become addicted to comfortable, familiar patterns.
Every time we think a thought or feel an emotion, the brain sends chemicals throughout the body that reproduce that feeling, often giving us a physical reaction. Through prolonged repetition, self-limiting thoughts and feelings can become habitual—producing mindsets such as unworthiness and attracting negative experiences—yet we can still crave them, even when they don't feel good.
But all this can change—and Joe Dispenza will show you how to do it. Step by step, he'll walk you through the structures of the brain, how your thoughts and emotions become hardwired in the brain, how to recognize the patterns you want to change, and finally, how to create new, positive habits that will not only change your life, but also change you—into the person you've always wanted to be.--This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
Joe uses anatomy as the basis for brain function understanding into spiritual consciousness, evolution and personal healing managemt. Read morePublished 6 days ago by John C. Morrison
Wonderful way to understand ourselves by understanding how the brain fonctions. Very well written, in a way we can easily understand.Published 12 days ago by Assigné à résidence
I like the simplicity of the writing style in making complex ideas understandable. I am still in the midst of reading this book ,learning and inspired.Published 17 days ago by Melinda Ribner
Great book for anyone that suffers from depression,low self esteem or negative outlook. Fills in the why you feel this way but gives you the tools to get back to normal. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fred J. Apel
A bit of fantasy but included are beneficial pieces of factual information.Published 2 months ago by Ernest Wright
This is an real game changer for my occasional (and often frequent) lack of positive thinking. Easy and uplifting read.Published 3 months ago by J. Kennedy
This book was more of an exhaustive look at how the brain works, rather than the promised concept of HOW TO change your thinking to change your brain. Read morePublished 4 months ago by R. Fountain