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Hallo, good friends. This is Science and Spirituality on Supreme Master Television. Today we will be interviewing Dr. Joe Dispenza, an American expert on the role and function of the human brain.

Dr. Dispenza’s training and education are in the fields of neurology, neuroscience, cellular biology, memory formation, aging and longevity. He also has a Doctor of Chiropractic degree and is an honorary member of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners in the United States.

Over the last decade, Dr. Dispenza has traveled all over the world informing people of the power of the mind. Dr. Dispenza says we can re-program and re-wire our brain in order to end bad habits, change our lifestyles, and promote healing of the body. He has authored the book “Evolve your Brain” and produced several DVDs and CDs featuring his past seminars. He is well known for having appeared in the critically acclaimed 2004 American documentary “What the Bleep Do We Know!?”

Dr. Dispenza is a living example of the practice of his philosophy. Years ago, an accident left him with several broken bones in his back. The grim prognosis by doctors was that he would never be able to walk again. The story of how Dr. Dispenza was able to heal his body without conventional medicine is fascinating. Let us now join our talk with this amazing gentleman and learn more about his ideas.

We’re here with Dr. Joe Dispenza and he is going to be talking to us about the evolution of the brain and what our potential is. So welcome to the show today!

Happy to be with you.

I’d like to start with how did you first get interested in this field?

Well, I’ve always been interested in human potential. I am interested in what makes human beings tick, but I got run over by a truck in a triathlon back in 1986 and broke six bones in my back and the diagnosis was that I would probably never walk again. I had multiple compression fractures of my thoracic spine and I had bone fragments on my spinal cord.

So the recommendation at the time was radical surgery from four different surgeons in southern California. Anyway, I decided not to have the surgery and my belief at the time and still is, is that the power that made the body, heals the body.

I decided that if I could take some time and begin to connect or develop a relationship with that power, that intelligence, if I could begin to give it some instructions, give it some orders, to give it a template and then create an idea or a picture what I wanted and then surrender this condition to this mind and ask it to begin to do the healing for me that maybe it might work. So I decided to not let any thought go by unchecked, a thought that would be connected to the possibility of never walking again or any other fears or anxieties that people typically have.

Dr. Dispenza was determined to cure himself.

So every day, two hours a day, twice a day, I would reconstruct my spine. From start to finish, and if my mind wandered to an extraneous thought or I began to worry or get afraid, I would stop and start all over again. From the very beginning. What I didn’t know at the time was that I was developing a good amount of focus and a good amount of concentration. I wanted it to be the exact thing I wanted in the end.

Because I didn’t have a surgery they told me that it would take six months to a year to walk again and I’d have to wear this big body cast. I was back on my feet in nine and a half weeks and back to training in around 11 weeks and back in my office in 12 weeks so.

At what point did you realize that you were seeing results? And that must have given you more interest in continuing on with that program?

I was in extreme pain, a terrible pain and I had some neurological changes in my body and so when my body started to respond in ways and pain levels were going back, and feeling was coming back, and movement was coming back I was pretty excited That was a feedback I needed because the brain learns by feedback. In other words, when we see some observable change, we can correlate what we did inside to produce that effect.

The doctors must have been shocked!

Yeah, they were, they were actually shocked. The third doctor that I saw was the director of Scripps Hospital at the time in San Diego. He was adamant that I have the surgery. When I decided to forgo the surgery, he wanted me to see the psychiatrist, because he thought I had post-traumatic stress. But when I got on my feet, I called him up and we had a great conversation and he was pretty happy that that I was able to make it happen.

Let us pause now for some brief messages. When Science and Spirituality returns, we will have more from our interview with the knowledgeable Dr. Joe Dispenza. Please stay tuned.

Welcome back, caring viewers to Science and Spirituality on Supreme Master Television. We are speaking with Dr. Joe Dispenza, an American research scientist and chiropractor, on the power of the mind and how it can enable us to evolve to our full potential. He has authored the book “Evolve your Brain” and produced several DVDs and CDs featuring his past seminars.

One of the key areas of Dr. Dispenza’s research is in the area of spontaneous remission. This is the study of sudden reversals of an illness without a medical explanation. In the following conversation, Dr Dispenza discusses two of the four main commonalities he has observed from studying people who have experienced spontaneous remissions from serious medical conditions.

Now, you’ve done a lot of study on spontaneous remission.

When I was spending those long nights laying down and couldn’t sleep, I just made myself a deal. I just said if I’m ever able to walk again that I’d spend the rest of my life studying the mind-body connection.

So I started my investigation into spirituality and my investigation into health and attitude. I traveled to 17 different countries over the last 11 years now and studied people that were diagnosed with serious health conditions and then they changed their mind and they got better. So it was so exciting to me. I went back to school and got a degree in neuroscience because I wanted to understand what it was that they were doing that was producing those effects and so it kind of catapulted me to the next level.

What is it that they were doing that produces those effects?

There were four common things that I noticed that got my attention. And the first thing was that they all believed and accepted that there was some spiritual aspect that lived within them. That there is something that gives us this life and there’s nothing mystical about spirituality. It’s the consciousness; it’s an intelligence that keeps your heart beating. Two gallons of blood per minute, a hundred gallons of blood in an hour, a hundred-thousand times in one day through sixty thousand miles of blood vessels.

That we lose 10 million cells every second and we make another 10 million cells. Something’s giving us life. There is a mind that is so much greater than our mind that has a will so much greater than our will. And has love for life that’s so much greater than our love for life, our personality-self. And when our will matches its will, when our mind matches its mind and when our love for life matches its love for us or for life, that’s when it begins to respond.

So they began to develop a relationship with this invisible force just like you develop a relationship with your husband or your wife or your mother or father or your kids or your dog or your pets. They took time out of the day to begin to put their attention on, begin to interact with it, and they wanted to surrender again that condition to this giver of life. They gave it some pretty strong instructions and they asked for help.

This consciousness loves us so much that it allows us our free will. So if we insist on suffering, it gives life to reinforce our suffering. If we insist on joy, it organizes our bodies and our life in ways that match who we are being. So that’s the first thing they had in common. The second thing they had in common is that they all understood that it was their own mismanagement of their thoughts and reactions that created their disease.

We live in two states of mind: we live in survival or creation. When we live in those states of anger or aggression or hatred or judgment or fear, anxiety or insecurity or pain or suffering or depression, it’s those chemicals that are created from the chemicals of stress or survival that activate those states of mind. It’s the redundancy of those chemicals or the chemicals that push the genetic buttons that begin to cause disease.

You see, every time we have a thought we make a chemical. So if we have a great thought or , if we have an unlimited thought, we make chemicals that make us feel great or feel unlimited. If we have negative thoughts or self- depreciating thoughts, we make chemicals that make us feel negative or unworthy. So this immaterial thing called thought fires a set of circuits in the brain that produces a chemical to signal the body for us to feel exactly the way we’re just thinking.

The moment we feel the way we think, we begin to think the way we feel, which produces more chemicals for us to think (This creates a big loop.) the way we feel. And this loop, the cycle of thinking and feeling, and feeling and thinking creates what I call a state of being and it’s the cycle of thinking and feeling, and feeling and thinking over time that begins to condition the body to memorize that emotional state better than the conscious mind.

We will have more from our compelling interview with Dr. Joe Dispenza on the power of the mind next week on Science and Spirituality. Kind viewers, we are very happy you were able to join us for our program today. Now please stay with us for Words of Wisdom, following Noteworthy News. May your life be imbued with constructive thoughts always.
Hallo, noble friends, welcome to Science and Spirituality. Today we resume our discussion on the secrets of the mind with Dr. Joe Dispenza. Dr. Dispenza is an American expert on the role and function of the human brain.

He has authored the book “Evolve your Brain” and produced several DVDs and CDs featuring his past seminars. He is well known for having appeared in the critically acclaimed 2004 American documentary “What the Bleep Do We Know!?”

Dr. Dispenza’s training and education are in the fields of neurology, neuroscience, cellular biology, memory formation, aging and longevity. He also has a Doctor of Chiropractic degree and is an honorary member of the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners in the United States.

Years ago, an accident left him with several broken bones in his back. The grim prognosis by doctors was that he would never be able to walk again. Dr. Dispenza has always been interested in human potential. He strongly believes that the power that creates our body can also heal disease or injury. Thus he decided not to have the back surgery his doctors recommended and instead surrendered himself to this great power.

About 12 weeks later, he returned to work, fully recovered. After this life changing experience, he traveled the world studying “spontaneous remission” or the sudden reversal of an illness without a medical explanation. He found that there were four common characteristics among those people he met who had undergone this wonderful transformation.

Last week, he shared with us two of these traits: first, these persons all believed that there was some spiritual aspect that lived within them and second, they all realized that it was their own negative thoughts that had caused their condition. Today Dr. Dispenza shares more about his findings.

The third thing they had in common is that they said that they had to re-invent themselves. They had to become somebody else. They couldn't be the same person any longer. They began to change their brain just by thinking differently. We can do that when the neuroscience behind it says that, “We can change our brain whenever we learn new things, but more importantly we can begin to rehearse mentally.”

Mentally rehearse who we want to be and as we do that, we force the brain to fire new sequences, new patterns and new combinations. Whenever we make the brain work differently, we just made a new mind. The last thing they had in common which I found so unique was that they had long moments where they lost track of time and space, where they were sitting down and they were creating this new ideal that when they open their eyes they expected it to be an hour later.

Yes, they open their eyes. well, They thought it was 20 minutes and it was an hour and a half later. In other words, they became so involved in their rehearsal that time and space disappeared. And they moved from that state of survival to the state of creation. In the state of creation, we become selfless. We forget about ourselves. On functional imagery, if you look at nuns and reverie of prayer,

Buddhist monks and meditation, a part of the brain that turns on is called the "frontal lobe" and that is like the volume control of the brain. When the frontal lobe begins to work properly, it quiets down all the other circuits and the brain so nothing else is being processed, but a single-minded thought.

All of a sudden they started to experience altruistic states of compassion and joy and inspiration and goodwill. What they didn't know is that the moment they were doing that, they were re-conditioning the body to a new mind. They were beginning to change the gene and activate a new genetic expression as a result of it .

And heal?

And heal.

As the result?

As a result, yes.

Scientists found very unique phenomena while conducting research regarding the meditation practice of Buddhist monks.

In the experimentations that were done on the Buddhist monks, they produced a brain wave pattern called gamma waves. And gamma waves are when you’re in the zone, when you’re totally connected, when you’re in the flow.

The interesting thing is that when the brain is in synchrony, when the circuits in the brain are producing the same frequency, we could say that the brain now is working more in a holistic sense. In other words, more parts are talking to other parts. The brain is in psychic union.

As a result of that, that gamma wave is when those coherent signals cause circuits to begin to form and maintain new circuitry and new connections. And when the monks came out of the meditation and they tested them hours later, they were still maintaining that gamma pattern even though they were no longer in meditation. Not only were they in bliss, but they were in a functional state of unity in which their internal order was greater than their external environment.

That’s my definition of mastery; when we’ve maintained an internal chemical, neurological and emotional state so well that nothing in our external world can move us from it.

When Science and Spirituality returns we will have more from our interview with the knowledgeable Dr. Joe Dispenza. Please stay tuned to Supreme Master Television.

Welcome back, caring viewers to Science and Spirituality on Supreme Master Television. We are speaking with Dr. Joe Dispenza, an American research scientist and chiropractor, on the power of the mind and the miracles that can occur when we decide to change the way we think and when we practice deep concentration or meditation.

When we produce synchronized coherent patterns, the immune system gets very strong. These monks they didn’t get sick because their system was so integrated and so orderly that disease couldn’t live in their body. The signal that’s travelling down the central nervous system is creating amazing order that allows the body to begin to function in wonderful ways. And the mind can’t change the brain because the mind is the product of the brain. The mind is the brain in action.

So who’s changing the brain and the mind? That’s called “consciousness.” It’s the immaterial aspect, the spiritual aspect of us that uses a brain and a body to produce different levels of mind and only when we’re truly conscious and only when we’re truly self-aware. Only when we notice can we begin to make measurable changes in our life.

When our mind changes, our lives change as well.

When I was talking about creating my day in the movie, “What the Bleep Do We Know!?” what I was saying most importantly was that, if I’m going to sit down and take the time to emulate the Creator, if I’m going to be like God, if I’m going to emulate the quantum field which gives life to all things, if I am going to express divinity and I’m going to be a Creator, I want to know that my thoughts count and I want to know that I some way made contact with this mind.

So I need a sign to let me know, great mind, cosmic mind, that I’ve been heard by you. I want you to bring a signal or a sign to me in my life in a way that I could least expect. Because if I could expect it, it’s not new right? I want it to be unknown and I want it to be surprising. I want it to surprise me so that it leaves no doubt that my efforts today were heard and noticed by you so that I have such joy from the experience that it inspires me to want to do it again.

Now we’re no longer living as victims to the environment. We’re no longer allowing whatever it is out there to produce this internal chemical change and we associate that event or reacting to how we feel. Instead we’ve done something internally that’s produced an effect externally, and we’re going to pay attention to what we did in here that did that there. Now our environment is no longer controlling our thinking, our thinking is now controlling our environment.

Dr. Dispenza has noted that celebrated inventors and scientists throughout history, have had similar characteristics in terms of the functioning of their brains.

Now great inventors in history here, great visionaries that had genius ideas, they had the ability to function neuroplastically. They had the ability to have a neuroplastic brain, which means in the brain the sum of the parts is greater than the whole. So, they could learn something and begin to speculate and ask questions and begin to think about those answers.

For example, Einstein, when he was 12 years old, he asked himself this question, “If I ride my bicycle at the speed of light, and I turn my head lights on, will they go on?” Now he thought about that question every single day of his life. Now 10 years later, he’s working as a clerk in a Swiss patent office, and he’s watching a man fix a roof. He’s just looking out the window, and he kind of pauses and he stares.

The moment he goes blank, he understands relativity in one second. The vision was so clear that he had to go back to school to learn the mathematics to explain the vision that he saw. It was outside of his understanding intellectually. When he published his papers on relativity, there were no footnotes. So where did that information come from?

It came from a greater level of consciousness, not the consciousness that makes up the free will of you and I, the journeyman, the journeywoman on the progress of life, but the universal consciousness.

So as he began to create the mind of the understanding of relativity, his brain became a receiver of information from the quantum field, and he tuned into that mind and then the brain began to download the information because the quantum field is an information field. His brain became completely rewired to understand exactly what it was.

We close with this final, insightful thought from Dr. Dispenza.

I think our purpose in life is to express God. It’s naturally within us, and when we begin to unlearn those emotional states that drive us to our lowest denominator and we begin to reinvent a new self and recondition a new self, we go from being selfish to being selfless.

We are thankful that we had the opportunity to speak with Dr. Joe Dispenza about his remarkable research and about his extraordinary life story. We wish him much success in his further study of the role and function of the brain and the innate potential in humans for greatness.

Enlightened viewers, we very much appreciate your kind companionship for this episode of Science and Spirituality. Now please stay with us for Words of Wisdom, following Noteworthy News. May we all discover the infinite Divine within.

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