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This review is from: Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One (Kindle Edition)
We could use a manual for our minds, and now apparently, we have one. I first heard of this book on the Coast-to-Coast AM show, where I listened to Joe Dispenza talk about how to stop running programs in our subconscious that we didn't want, and how to put in programs that we did want. Sounds too good to be true, but as a hypnotherapists, I know exactly what Dispenza is talking about.
Dispenza explains simply and clearly, first our our minds are programed to be with, and then how to un-program them, and finally, how to put into our subconscious minds what we want in order to have the life we want to live. How to make our dreams come true. The mechanics of the book The Secret. Dispenza uses the lives of those who've lived large, to show us what we too can become everything we have the power to dream.
What Dispenza is telling us is usually hidden in the trappings of religion, but it's really just science, nature, or the logical way things work, whatever you want to call it. He shows us how science has moved on from the Newtonian model of cause and effect, saying that we're all separate in a material world, to a quantum world we we're all connected to each other, and to a creator who wants to give us what we desire.
How is this new scientific model important? Because if we really are all connected to each other, and to our creator, then it means that what we do to others, we also do to ourselves. Hurt someone, you hurt yourself. Give to someone, and you will receive. Love your enemies, and they will love you. Bomb them into the stone age, and, well you get the picture.
And how this is important to us in a really big way is that, if we are connected to a creator who can give us anything we desire, then we'd better make sure that we know, on a subconscious level, just exactly what it is we're desiring. Do the programs in our head, picked up while we were young and vulnerable to programming, say that we are unworthy of love? If so, then we're projecting that unworthiness out into the universe, and since our creator loves us unconditionally, and wants to give us what we desire, we get a world that tells us over and over again that we are unworthy of live. Yikes! Imagine the kind of mate you're going to find if you are advertising for one who treats you with no respect!
I'd say that Dispenza's book, which takes the mystery out of both science and religion, is just about the most important information a person can ever have. His book can help you to "Know Yourself". And while I've read lots on the subject that this book covers, this is one of the most concise and easy to assimilate books I've come across. I'm so glad I read it.