I have been following Dr Joe Dispenza for really long time, mostly listening to his talks, interviews, teachings and conferences. I have been fascinated by everything he says as I felt it all aligns with what I know is the truth. His way of breaking down, explaining and translating the strong connection between the mind and our physiology is just a precious gift. Because he is also a brain scientist, I hesitated buying one of his books for long time, unsure of what I was about to explore in his books and to my pleasant surprise what this book offers is just beyond my expectations. I realised having one of his books greatly assists in deeper understanding of his teachings. I appreciate such a focus on the detail, his easy to understand style and his tireless Repetition to make these ideas clearer and more memorable, pushing you to your own healing, freedom and to your potential for greatness.
Can a person literally die of loneliness?
Is there a connection between the ability to express emotions and Alzheimer’s disease? Is there such a thing as a `cancer personality’?
Drawing on deep scientific research and Dr Gabor Mate’s acclaimed clinical work,
When the Body Says No provides the answers to critical questions about the mind-body link – and the role that stress and our emotional makeup play in an array of common diseases.
I have absolutely loved this quick easy read. This book needs to be discussed thoroughly, but not in a review. Not ruining the experience for someone else. This is one that you’ll want to share with your friends, your sister and maybe even your mother.
“People spend so much time wondering why the women don’t leave their abusive marriage. Where are all the people who wonder why the men are even abusive ?”
“Imagine all the people you meet in your life.. there are so many. They come in like waves, trickling in and out with the tide. Some waves are much bigger and make more of an impact than others.”
Written by: Michael A. Singer
Just wanted to share a moment in the book that particularly moved me.
When you walk thru a beautiful botanical garden, you feel open and light, you feel love, you see beauty. You don’t judge the shape and the placement of every leaf. The leaves are of all sizes and shapes and they face every which way and that is what makes them beautiful.
What if you felt that way about people?
You have the power to create. Your power is so strong that whatever you believe comes true. You create yourself, whatever you believe you are. You are the way you are because that is what you believe about yourself. Your whole reality, everything you believe, is your creation. You have the same power as any other human in the world. The main difference between you and someone else is how you apply your power, what you create with your power. You may be similar to others in many ways, but no one in the whole world lives her life the way you do.
You have practiced all of your life to be what you are, and you do it so well that you master what you believe you are. You master your own personality, your own beliefs; you master every action, every reaction. You practice for years and years, and you achieve the level of mastery to be what you believe you are. Once we can see that all of us are masters, we can see what kind of mastery we have.
Wanted to share this Note from Chapter 1- The wounded Mind in The Mastery of Love
Wisdom Book by DON MIGUEL RUIZ
In response to Daily Prompt – Reason to believe