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Quite possibly the best book book that I've read about how my brain works. Highly recommended. Joe Dispenza. Health Communications, Inc. Joe Dispenza delves deep into the extraordinary potential of the mind. Read this book and be inspired to change your life forever. Joe Dispenza, D. Evolve Your Brain presents this information in depth, while helping you take control of your mind, explaining how thoughts can create chemical reactions that keep you addicted to patterns and feelingsincluding ones that make you unhappy.
And when you do know how these bad habits are created, it's possible not to only break these patters, but also reprogram and evolve your brain, so that new, positive, and beneficial habits can take over. Evolve Your BrainBM. Dispenza's postgraduate training and continuing education have been in neurology, neurophysiology, and brain function.
Dispenza has authored several scientific articles on the close relationship between brain chemistry, neurophysiology, and biology, and their roles in physical health. Dispenza has a chiropractic practice in Rainier, Washington.
Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind
Quite possibly the best book book that I've read about how my brain works. Highly recommended. Joe Dispenza. Health Communications, Inc. Joe Dispenza delves deep into the extraordinary potential of the mind.
An experience I had 20 years ago inspired me to investigate the power of the brain to alter our life. As I describe in the book, much of my spine was crushed in a bike accident, and four surgeons said my only option to avoid paralysis was a type of surgery that would have left me with a permanent disability and possibly, lifelong pain. I had to make the toughest decision of my life, but I turned down the surgery and turned instead to the innate intelligence that constantly gives life to everyone one of us. Ten weeks later, without surgery, I was back at work, completely healed and pain-free. I give credit in the book to many factors that contributed to my healing. Because of that experience, I promised myself to spend a major portion of my life studying the phenomenon of mind over matter and spontaneous healing, meaning how the body repairs itself or rids itself of disease without traditional medical interventions such as surgery or drugs. Until just a few decades ago, science had led us to believe that we were doomed by genetics, hobbled by conditioning, and should resign ourselves to the proverbial thinking about old dogs not being able to learn new tricks.