THIS IS Why You Can’t FIND LOVE (Reprogram Your Mind For Love Today!) | Joe Dispenza & Lewis Howes

At first, I was put off by the title, thus avoided listening, but as Dr. Joe Dispenza explains, we hold the future we wish to create at bay by holding thoughts from the past in the present. He is talking about resonance.

When we find our way back to our heart, we are able to manifest and co-create. Metaphysics, Physiology, para-sympathetic Nervous System, Brain Bliss/Ecstasy, and energy to heal ourselves and attract what we desire through freeing our vital life force energy for creation rather than spending it in reaction.

He sheds new light on brilliant, familiar concepts we’ve heard before, but can now more fully appreciate. How to magnetize love by BEING LOVE.

Lewis Howes has many wonderful guests on his YT channel, where they dole out an abundance of life lessons for free.
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THIS IS Why You Can’t FIND LOVE (Reprogram Your Mind For Love Today!) | Joe Dispenza & Lewis Howes

Jan 11, 2021


Lewis Howes
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Dr. Joe Dispenza is an international speaker, researcher, author, and educator who is passionate about the findings from the fields of neuroscience, epigenetics, and quantum physics to explore the science behind spontaneous remissions. He uses that knowledge to help people heal themselves of illness, chronic conditions, and even terminal diseases so they can enjoy a more fulfilled and happy life as well as evolve their consciousness.

Dr. Joe is the New York Times bestselling author of You Are the Placebo: Making Your Mind Matter, which explores our ability to heal without drugs or surgery, but rather by thought alone. His most recent book, Becoming Supernatural, talks about how we can intentionally change our brain chemistry to initiate profoundly mystical, transcendental experiences and develop a more healthy body, mind, and spiritual life.

Dr. Joe didn’t always work in the field of neuroscience. He started out as a chiropractor, earning his doctor of chiropractic degree from Life University in Atlanta, GA. He had a successful chiropractic practice, but one day he had a dangerous accident. In 1986, while cycling in a triathlon, Dr. Joe was hit by a truck. He broke six vertebrae in his spine, and his doctors told him he would never walk again.

Dr. Joe asked four different surgeons what he should do, and all four of them prescribed a complicated surgery. The surgery would relieve some of his pain but nearly guarantee he would never walk again. But that wasn’t good enough. He refused to have the surgery and instead began to imagine himself totally healed. He visualized each vertebrae healing and reconstructed his spine in his mind. In just ten and a half weeks, Dr. Joe was back on his feet, and in twelve weeks, he was training again and back at work at his chiropractic clinic. He fully healed himself with just his mind.

I’ve had Dr. Joe a couple of times on the podcast now (Episode 826 and Episode 679), and in the past, we’ve talked about unlocking the power of the mind and breaking the addiction of negative thoughts. But in today’s episode, I wanted to change it up and ask Dr. Joe about relationships. Our conversation blew me away so much that I had to split this interview up into two parts, so stay tuned for the second part on Wednesday!

But for now, join me on Episode 1,054 to learn about how to transform your mind for lasting love and magnetic relationships with the incredible Dr. Joe Dispenza!

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