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March 22, 2022

Dr Joe Dispenza: Avoid the Lens of the Past

Dr Joe Dispenza (bestselling author, researcher, speaker) breaks down practical steps we can take to unlock our potential. He discusses his early days of hypnotizing his roommates, the philosophy of yoga, and the three different types of stress. Dr Joe explains the neuroscience behind why rumination and invoking feelings of the past are harmful to to personal growth and how biochemistry can impact pathways. He considers the reason most change is facilitated by crisis or trauma, the benefits of mental rehearsal, and somatic reactions to emotional responses.

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Avoid the Lens of the Past

Dr Joe Dispenza (bestselling author, researcher, speaker) breaks down practical steps we can take to unlock our potential. He discusses his early days of hypnotizing his roommates, the philosophy of yoga, and the three different types of stress. Dr Joe explains the neuroscience behind why rumination and invoking feelings of the past are harmful to to personal growth and how biochemistry can impact pathways. He considers the reason most change is facilitated by crisis or trauma, the benefits of mental rehearsal, and somatic reactions to emotional responses.

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The Official Website of Dr Joe Dispenza

We all have our own personal limits — whether they are related to our ability to create abundance in our life, our capacity to make some type of change in our health or our body, our inability to stop recreating the same outcomes, or just our ability to believe in ourselves. When we step beyond our limitations, we become more unlimited.

Dr Dispenza's Generating Series
The 15 minue meditation series. When you fall back into a program: Stop - Pause - Change your energy - Change your life!
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The Healing Collection
Turn information into transformation with our Healing Collection. Begin healing your body and your life today by practicing these meditations.
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Dr Joe Live
Every month, Dr Joe carves out an hour to connect with his community and answer questions about the application of this work. These subscription-based conversations are for anybody who is interested in transforming their life.
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