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How to be a new you: Dr. Joe Dispenza

The secret is: “Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself.”

The mind controls not just what we see in our external environment but also what is in our internal environment. By changing our mindset in terms of how we think and feel, the world around us will also change to suit the thoughts and feelings of our minds. And you become a new you.

Application of the intellectual knowledge you gain as a philosopher will push you away from the realm of an ordinary thinker and transform you into a master.

Recent studies of the brain, body, and mind, consciousness, and a quantum leap into our understanding of physics, suggests that we can get closer to reaching our full potential. Many research have shown the ability of people to utilize the mind to overcome terminal and chronic illnesses. This guide explores the inter-relations of mind and matter and discusses possible applications of these principles to real-life scenarios.

Breaking the habit of being yourself.

True power is heavily linked to our beliefs. In turn, our beliefs are linked to religion, culture, society, education, family, the media, and even our genes. These systems and models which have controlled the beliefs of mankind are currently being threatened by a call for a higher reality. Hence, it is time for a new system of thought to emerge.

The pillars of society are falling to splinters, changing its stereotypes and thought pattern remains largely difficult. Consequently, uncertainty plagues the human mind; making it unconsciously rescind into its comfort zone, making life seem like a mirage. In reality, the changes may be meant to safeguard the health, relationships, careers, family, and future of the individuals concerned. Nonetheless, they put off the decision for change until they have absolutely no other option.

Based on the results of current research, it has been established that the health and quality of an individual’s life can change if they genuinely make efforts at changing their worldview. This summary could be your easiest opportunity at self-actualization; and the path to a new you.

Change demands that we embrace a new perspective of the situation at hand; it entails sampling a view contrary to what is currently believed and accepted. Until you truly believe something other than what exists in your present reality, change will not be obtainable.

The observer effect and the new you.

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You could get better at observing the life you want, and watching it materialize through what Dr. Dispenza calls “The Observer Effect.” To understand the observer effect, you have to realize that the world is composed of an infinite number of subatomic particles.

Hence, when an observer takes notice of an electron, at some point and time in space, all probabilities of the entity (electron) culminate in a physical manifestation. In other words, closely watching the electron causes it to collapse into reality. This discovery proved that a link exists between mind and matter; the two entities were no longer considered as separate quantities.

The mind, when subjected to physical control, creates changes in the physical world.

Electrons have been noticed to possess two states. They exist as waves and as subatomic particles. In the wave state, subatomic particles can exist as multiple scenarios, occurring simultaneously.

Observing a specific subatomic particle could result in an infinite number of possibilities. Whenever you imagine an occurrence in the physical world or your personal life, that event already exists as a wave in the quantum field. Once this wave is observed by you, it will become a reality. Based on theoretical studies, it has been proven that since your mind can create events on the subatomic level, it can also create realities in our physical universe.

Like the potter’s clay, energy with immense potential could be wielded by consciousness: through your mind. And if matter is made of energy, it makes sense that consciousness and energy are intimately related; they are one.

Mind and matter are entangled.

Your consciousness (mind) has effects on your energy (matter) because consciousness is energy, and energy has consciousness. You are powerful, and you can influence matter, because you are energy with consciousness at the most elementary level. You are a mindful matter.

Any individual can influence their surroundings because the surrounding is made up of matter, and matter is energy. Your consciousness is also energy, and energy has consciousness. In essence, you are a mindful matter, and you can change your surroundings by simply changing yourself.

Your mind is your master weapon.

You have the power to influence the energy (matter) around you by simply focusing your mind on the realities you want to create.

According to quantum law, every possibility exists simultaneously. The link your mind shares with matter means that every thought and feeling you have affects every aspect of life beyond space and time.

The line of thought of an average individual is materialistic. It focuses on the things that have shape and form around him, such as the environment, bodies, and time. In a bid to end such a habit, duty requires you to refocus your thoughts on higher callings.

You have to focus on events contrary to what is obtainable in your present circumstances. This is the only way you can use your mind as a weapon to actualize change in life and space.

You have the power to influence the energy (matter) around you by simply focusing your mind on the realities you want to create. According to quantum law, every possibility exists simultaneously. The link your mind shares with matter means that every thought and feeling you have affects every aspect of life beyond space and time.

The line of thought of an average individual is materialistic. It focuses on the things that have shape and form around him, such as the environment, bodies, and time. In a bid to end such a habit, duty requires you to refocus your thoughts on higher callings. You have to focus on events contrary to what is obtainable in your present circumstances. This is the only way you can use your mind as a weapon to actualize change in life and space.

According to Hebb’s law, cells that work together do so in unison; the action of a single cell represents the collective action of all the cells. Hence, by influencing the actions or thoughts of a single cell regarding a present or past occurrence, the entire synaptic connections of the brain will be influenced. By doing this continuously, we can re-model the way the brain acts and reacts to life in general

Past, present and now.

The body has the ability to function as the mind in the sense that it can program memories into the consciousness of the mind through experiences. When the body encounters an experience with an emotional charge, and the mind attempts to think about the experience, the thought becomes a memory.

If this memory is constantly brought to mind, the thought, the emotion, and the memory will merge as one. When this occurs, you will subconsciously lock a part of your thoughts in the past by memorizing the emotion.

With every emotional trigger, you will find yourself revisiting the experiences of the past and undergoing the same level of pain again. For instance, if you suffered from a one-sided relationship, possible triggers that will make you remember the pain you experienced could be hearing specific statements or seeing someone else suffer from what you suffered.

Emotional triggers can be both obvious and subtle, but it will cause reactions at the subconscious level that will make you react negatively in the present. It will bring back the pain of the past. This is how the body runs the mind; bodily encounters influence the activities of the subconscious mind.

Creating a new future.

The only way to gain control is to stay in the present. You will have to sever every connection you have with the past by refocusing your brain nerves. You can have access to every possible outcome available in the quantum field; you have to train your mind to stop living in the past and appreciate the future.

For optimal results, try accomplishing consciousness through obsession. By obsessing over a new future, irrespective of whether it is existent or non-existent, you will alter the make-up of your brain and body.

How your brain works.

To begin to make real change, you will have to adjust your thoughts. The brain naturally gets excited when it is exposed to new things: new assimilations, different experiences, and fresh knowledge.

Once our thoughts have been successfully changed, feelings, actions, and behavior will naturally follow suit, and ultimately, we will be exposed to new experiences. These new experiences will produce certain feelings; by memorizing these feelings, we will give our subconscious new positive material to obsess over. There are 3 brain sections to consider when it comes to affecting life through the mind.

Our thinking brain, the neocortex.

How to be a new you by Joe Dispenza

The neocortex is the newest and most advanced discovery in the neuroscience of mankind. It is the seat of the conscious mind, our identity, and other higher functions of the brain. The frontal lobe is one of the pivotal parts of the brain’s neocortex.

The neocortex builds, anticipates, fights, and speaks. Collectively, it stimulates knowledge and experience.

The limbic brain

The limbic brain helps form long-term memories. It then becomes easier to remember events and experiences because you can recall how you felt emotionally while the event was occurring. It is noteworthy that the neocortex and the limbic brain help us express our memories. Consequently, it becomes easy to express what we have learned or practiced.

The cerebellum

The most active part of the brain is the cerebellum, which is located behind the skull. Think of it as a microprocessor and memory center in the brain. It is the seat of your subconscious mind. A variety of simple tasks and skills are stored in the brain along with challenging situations, emotional reactions, repetitive activities, strong habits and behaviors, conscious responses, and skills that we have learned and remember.

In order to change from who you are into who you want to become, you have to embrace the quantum model of reality. By simply choosing a reality based on your current desires and focusing your thoughts and feelings on that reality, you could trick your body and mind into believing that they are in that reality.

When this happens, you will be connected to the infinite realities that exist in the quantum field.

Did you know? Every neuron in the cerebellum can establish connections with a minimum of 200,000 cells and up to a million others with the goal of achieving balance, coordination, and execution of controlled movements.

How to create the new you in 7 steps.

How to be a new you by Joe Dispenza

To move your consciousness from your old self, you must unmemorize your old nature. You can shed it off and break the habit of being yourself by following 7 steps:

  • Induction
  • Recognizing
  • Admitting & declaring
  • Surrendering
  • Observing & reminding
  • Redirecting
  • Creating & rehearsing
  • Induction

To do this, choose one of your afflictive emotional states and limited states of mind — one of the habits of being yourself that you want to relinquish. Next, close your eyes, think about how you feel when you experience that particular emotion. If there’s a possibility of observing yourself overcome by that emotion, then, you may want to be mindful of how it feels in your body.

Recognizing

By recognizing, you have already observed the emotion that drives you. Become so familiar with your specific thoughts and actions derived from the old sensations while you live your life. With repeated practice, you will become so aware of your old patterns that you will never allow them to manifest or come to fruition. The end result is that you will stay ahead of your old self so that you have control over it.

“To be empowered — to be free, to be unlimited, to be creative, to be genius, to be divine — that is who you are…. Once you feel this way, memorize this feeling; remember this feeling. This is who you really are.” Dr. Joe Dispenza

Admitting & declaring

Allowing yourself to be vulnerable means you move beyond the realm of your senses and start introducing yourself to the universal consciousness that is the giver of life. In the process of seeking to establish connections, you develop a relationship with this greater intelligence. Hence, telling it who you have been, things you want to change about yourself, and admitting what you have been hiding become easier. Declaring this may be difficult but it is part of your changing process.

Surrendering

Surrendering means letting go of what you think you know through your limited mind.

Observing & reminding

Here you observe your old self and remind yourself who you no longer want to be. The past automatically loses grip on you. Your thoughts and actions are a vivid reflection of your neurological makeup and potential.

Redirecting

By redirecting, you inhibit yourself from unconsciously going down familiar neurological lanes. By stopping yourself from living by ritually repetitive actions, it becomes possible to build a robust and transformed life.

Creating & rehearsing

Now is the time to practice creating a new mind over and over again until you become familiar with it. Your daily rehearsals, meditations, and contemplations will seem like nurturing a garden to bring out a vivid image of the real you.

Your job is to actively keep your body in sync with your new mind so that nothing in your environment emotionally sucks you back to the old reality.

The hierarchy of knowledge.

How to be a new you by Joe Dispenza

The hierarchy and scale of scientific knowledge at the disposal of the average human reveals that new innovations change the way we see the atom. In fact, our understanding of the intricacies of human physiology and how our brains affect its functionality determines the quality of our lives. When a morph occurs in the lives we have for long gotten used to, the brain helps us adjust to whatever shock or resistance that may come with such change. Indeed, change helps us see life from another perspective.

The subtle shifts in the way we use our brains are the quantum key to life-affirming changes in our lives, relationships, and bodies. Hence, our ability to modify particulate matter, situations, moods, and other people, without direct involvement with external entities is indicative of our vast cerebral tendencies.

Following Dr. Joe Dispenza’s responsible, well-researched, and practical manual for personal practice will afford everyone an opportunity to experiment with their own quantum field, for a discovery of what works best for them.[1]

There’s no age too early for unlearning and learning the great potentials of the human mind. If you’re aware that the path to self discovery goes beyond Biology 101, but find yourself getting intimidated by the nuances of science, then you need to steep yourself in the knowledge that “Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself” avails.

To break the habit of being yourself, you must let go of the old and take on the new that you envision through your thoughts and actions.

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