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A Conversation

www.drjoedispenza.com

Dr Joe Dispenza is best known as being part of the “What The Bleep Do We Know” and “Down the Rabbit Hole” documentaries.
Joe studied biochemistry, received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree at Life University in Atlanta, Georgia, graduating magna cum laud, and did postgraduate training and continuing education in neurology, neurophysiology, and brain function.
At 23, a car sent Joe toppling off his bike during a triathlon, causing multiple fractures to his vertebrae. He was told his only hope of walking again was to fuse some of the vertebrae in an operation that would leave him with a lifetime of pain and limited mobility.
Joe knew enough about spinal health and his own post-accident physical state to take a remarkable risk. He refused the operation and, along with a careful therapeutic program, Joe literally thought his way to healing. Three months later, Joe was able to walk and function as well as he had before the accident. He credits a large amount of that recovery to the power of his own mind.
“I knew that on some level, I trusted that the body heals itself…that our innate intelligence gives life to the body” explained Joe. “We simply have to get our educated mind out of the way and give a greater intelligence a chance to do what it does best… the power that made the body, heals the body.”

It was this incredible experience that spurred Joe on to learn about this most important tool that we all have – the brain – and he passes that potent knowledge on in his new book ”Evolve Your Brain – The Science of Changing Your Mind”. The premise of Joe’s work is founded in his total conviction in the latent power of human potential, our ability to transcend our personal limitations and the interconnectedness of the brain, the mind, the body and consciousness.

This is definitely a mind changing and therefore life changing conversation.

 

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