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You are not doomed by your genes and hardwired to be a certain way for the rest of your life. A new science is emerging that empowers all human beings to create the reality they choose. In Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself, renowned author, speaker, researcher, and chiropractor Dr. Joe Dispenza combines the fields of quantum physics, neuroscience, brain chemistry, b You are not doomed by your genes and hardwired to be a certain way for the rest of your life. A new science is emerging that empowers all human beings to create the reality they choose. In Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself, renowned author, speaker, researcher, and chiropractor Dr. Joe Dispenza combines the fields of quantum physics, neuroscience, brain chemistry, biology, and genetics to show you what is truly possible. Not only will you be given the necessary knowledge to change any aspect of yourself, you will be taught the step-by-step tools to apply what you learn in order to make measurable changes in any area of your life. Dr. Joe demystifies ancient understandings and bridges the gap between science and spirituality. Through his powerful workshops and lectures, thousands of people in 25 different countries have used these principles to change from the inside out. Once you break the habit of being yourself and truly change your mind, your life will never be the same!


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You are not doomed by your genes and hardwired to be a certain way for the rest of your life. A new science is emerging that empowers all human beings to create the reality they choose. In Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself, renowned author, speaker, researcher, and chiropractor Dr. Joe Dispenza combines the fields of quantum physics, neuroscience, brain chemistry, b You are not doomed by your genes and hardwired to be a certain way for the rest of your life. A new science is emerging that empowers all human beings to create the reality they choose. In Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself, renowned author, speaker, researcher, and chiropractor Dr. Joe Dispenza combines the fields of quantum physics, neuroscience, brain chemistry, biology, and genetics to show you what is truly possible. Not only will you be given the necessary knowledge to change any aspect of yourself, you will be taught the step-by-step tools to apply what you learn in order to make measurable changes in any area of your life. Dr. Joe demystifies ancient understandings and bridges the gap between science and spirituality. Through his powerful workshops and lectures, thousands of people in 25 different countries have used these principles to change from the inside out. Once you break the habit of being yourself and truly change your mind, your life will never be the same!

30 review for Breaking The Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One

  1. 4 out of 5

    Joe

    I enjoyed the first book, and I wish I would have stopped there. In this book he finally reveals he is a quack. Don't get me wrong, some of the information is still fascinating and even useful, but it also comes with a fundamental misunderstanding of what 'quantum' means. By throwing around 'quantum' and other buzzwords, he essentially covers up the fact that what he's really trying to convince you is that you can just wish for whatever you want, and as long as you wish it hard enough, it will h I enjoyed the first book, and I wish I would have stopped there. In this book he finally reveals he is a quack. Don't get me wrong, some of the information is still fascinating and even useful, but it also comes with a fundamental misunderstanding of what 'quantum' means. By throwing around 'quantum' and other buzzwords, he essentially covers up the fact that what he's really trying to convince you is that you can just wish for whatever you want, and as long as you wish it hard enough, it will happen, exactly the way you wish it. He uses his daughter's summer vacation from college as an example: He essentially tells her to do his little 'quantum meditating' technique and imagine what she wants to happen regarding this Italy trip. So she says instead of the typical college-student-home-for-the-summer job she wants to work in Italy, visit 6 cities, spend a week in Florence, and only work for the first 6 weeks and be able to spend the rest of her break back home. He then reminded her that "universal intelligence would orchestrate the way her dream summer would manifest." Really dude? You might as well have said that little italian dream fairies will answer her prayers, or that Ziltoid the Omniscient can bring her to the 10th dimensional version of Italy beyond time and space, where the pasta actually isn't that great anymore, but the artwork is better. So she gets a call from her university that she can take an art history summer course in Italy and they'd only have to pay $4,000 for it. So instead of taking the offer, he told her to tell them to shove it up their asses because their quantum intelligent omniversal creator fairies were going to sort out all the details the way that she had originally planned it, and that an Art History course in Italy is only for suckers. And then we're supposed to believe that she literally did get her perfect dream summer in Italy. Complete with the 6 weeks of working, visiting 6 cities, and spending a week in Florence. So, first of all, I don't believe this happened. Secondly, if it did happen, it would have been a huge coincidence, and certainly not the result of the fact that she "electromagnetically connected to an intended destiny that existed in the quantum" and that "her body was drawn to the future event." Bollocks.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kristi

    This book will blow your mind. It's full of scientific explanation on WHY and HOW the things I believed "work." Anyone that reads this book will feel empowered and excited about what they can create for their lives. I had huge realizations and light-bulb-turning-on moments repeatedly. I only would read a chapter at a time, would have to close the book, and just contemplate the magnitude of what I just read. This isn't a book that you just sit down to read cover-to-cover in one shot. There is so This book will blow your mind. It's full of scientific explanation on WHY and HOW the things I believed "work." Anyone that reads this book will feel empowered and excited about what they can create for their lives. I had huge realizations and light-bulb-turning-on moments repeatedly. I only would read a chapter at a time, would have to close the book, and just contemplate the magnitude of what I just read. This isn't a book that you just sit down to read cover-to-cover in one shot. There is so much amazing information that you will want to meditate upon as you read it. I have already recommended this book to everyone I know. WOW!!!!!!! Take your life by the reins with this book!!!!!!!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Pia Bergqvist

    Some useful ideas about learning meditation. Unfortunately this books falls in a category of books that I always dislike - using random scientific discoveries and theories to justify for example meditation. There is plenty of neuroscientific research supporting the benefits of meditation. Using quantum physics to talk about energies changing the universe is not only annoying, it also makes me think the author is doubting his own ideas and is desperate to prove that he is right.

  4. 4 out of 5

    George Jankovic

    What an amazing book!!! If someone told you that you could heal yourself simply by using your mind--even cancer--would you believe or would you laugh? While I've always been a big believer in the power of human mind to do both bad (destroy our body via stress, for instance) and good (to at least reverse that), I would've been suspicious to say the least. But a very close friend of mine recommended this book and bought it for me because stress had been ravaging my body and i've been getting all k What an amazing book!!! If someone told you that you could heal yourself simply by using your mind--even cancer--would you believe or would you laugh? While I've always been a big believer in the power of human mind to do both bad (destroy our body via stress, for instance) and good (to at least reverse that), I would've been suspicious to say the least. But a very close friend of mine recommended this book and bought it for me because stress had been ravaging my body and i've been getting all kinds of things. She has been battling progressive multiple sclerosis for years. She read three of Joe's books and used his meditation techniques for nine months. Her latest MRI results showed no lesions on her spine which she'd had for a very long time. Yes, she managed to change her body! How is that possible? We've all heard of the placebo effect. You get a sugar pill instead of the real medicine and it works solely because you believe it would. Your mind heals you because you trust the doctor. This book has some literally amazing examples from medical literature. How about this? One group of patients does exercises to strengthen muscles (or practices playing the piano) while the other one does it only in their minds. The result is not identical (unfortunately i have to keep doing the push-ups), but pretty darn close. So if your mind believes in something strongly, it can do wonders. But how do you make it believe if nobody gives you a pill? This is where meditation comes into play. Actually, i would call this method sort of a self-hypnosis since you are convincing yourself certain things when you are most susceptible (during meditation). When my friend explained this, my response was, "That is all nice and good, but i've tried meditation several times and i either wanted to fall asleep or my mind kept wandering." My friend convinced me that nobody could be worse than her and that it took a while for her to calm her mind. And there are always ups and downs, even for the author. But it works. So i plunged in, read two books and started meditating. It proved to be easier than i thought because you are not focused on your breathing, which is hard, but are either listening to Joe on youtube or are talking to yourself. It started out really well for me and kept getting better and then i hurt my back and spent some time in a slump. But it's worth doing. When things were going well, i felt much happier and people told me that i looked healthier and happier without knowing what i had been doing. I would also like to go to a workshop if there is one near me. This review covers two books: - You are the placebo I suggest reading it first because it has a boatload of amazing examples from medical research and trials. It will pump you up. If you know physics, i suggest you skip the quantum mechanics stuff (Joe applies the science of the small to the big and metaphysical). Epigenetics is great. - Breaking the habit of being yourself I suggest reading this one second. There is some overlap between the two books but nothing major. And it is much more practical about meditation. Then you can listen the "You are the placebo" guided meditation on youtube. I hope i can continue with all this because it is awesome. Sometimes we give up after a while. I hope i won't. Enjoy!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Anne (on semi-hiatus)

    The first part of this book is a very intelligent review of the science of Neuroplasticity, the brain's ability tp change; i.e. to grow new neural networks and, therefore, change one's health/emotions, etc. Neuroplastic change involves focus on one's future goal and a dedication to changing one's habitual thoughts, behaviors and feelings which interfere with this goal. The first part of the book was a great review of the science and ideas I've read about elsewhere. Dispenza discusses a host of p The first part of this book is a very intelligent review of the science of Neuroplasticity, the brain's ability tp change; i.e. to grow new neural networks and, therefore, change one's health/emotions, etc. Neuroplastic change involves focus on one's future goal and a dedication to changing one's habitual thoughts, behaviors and feelings which interfere with this goal. The first part of the book was a great review of the science and ideas I've read about elsewhere. Dispenza discusses a host of physical and emotional health issues plus damage to the body and brain caused by stroke and other traumas and how the science of Neuroplasticity can help or cure any of these. However, the second part lost me. For Dispenza, the goals one can reach are unlimited goals which only capped by one's own imagination. For Dispenzza, neuroplasticity involves changing one's whole life and personality through what he calls the "quantum field" and doing his very involved meditation program. This discussion strained my credulity as well as my scientific understanding. I listened to part of one of his meditations and have to say that I did not enjoy the experience. So, first half of book is 5 stars. Second half 1 stars. Overall 3 stars.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Michael

    I read a book many years ago. I forget the name, but it was about a man with low self-esteem and anxiety who meditated with the intent to access his subconscious mind and change his life, which he did. He called it Life+. I never tried it. Fast forward. Mix quantum physics applications, with accessing your sub-conscious mind and change yourself and your world. Change your mind completely from what you are and don't want to be, to your ideal self. It's not about perfectionism. It's about being who I read a book many years ago. I forget the name, but it was about a man with low self-esteem and anxiety who meditated with the intent to access his subconscious mind and change his life, which he did. He called it Life+. I never tried it. Fast forward. Mix quantum physics applications, with accessing your sub-conscious mind and change yourself and your world. Change your mind completely from what you are and don't want to be, to your ideal self. It's not about perfectionism. It's about being who you are and unloading all that baggage and ALL things in the past that influence your decisions and actions in the now. This is a hands-on practical guide with meditations included to literally change yourself, thus changing your life. I have read a lot of hocus pocus, new age, airy-fairy books over the years, so I'm schooled in all of that, and this is not that. This is something every single person on the planet can use to better their lives and existence. I can't recommend this book highly enough. Get into your sub-conscious mind and change it, then be mindful as you go about your day to be your ideal self. You can't do it by simply trying. The subconscious is too powerful and difficult to overcome without help.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Lozano

    It's difficult to rate this book. Two thirds is excellent psychology and CBT techniques. The remaining third is utter nonsense/pseudoscience. I wish the author would just avoid going out of his depth, especially with issues pertaining (but not limited) to: evolution, genetics, epigenetics, and quantum physics. It could have been a great book if he'd stuck to his wheelhouse (psychology) and avoided tangents on science that are completely unfounded and absurd. I won't really get into it, but he ba It's difficult to rate this book. Two thirds is excellent psychology and CBT techniques. The remaining third is utter nonsense/pseudoscience. I wish the author would just avoid going out of his depth, especially with issues pertaining (but not limited) to: evolution, genetics, epigenetics, and quantum physics. It could have been a great book if he'd stuck to his wheelhouse (psychology) and avoided tangents on science that are completely unfounded and absurd. I won't really get into it, but he badly misunderstands the differences between Lamarckism and epigenetics. It's embarrassing to read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sean Xie

    It can be a life-turning book if the reader is ready. I'm 70% in have already felt tremendous impact on how I preceive life in general. It is a solid upgrade from the popular book/documentary The Secret. It can be a life-turning book if the reader is ready. I'm 70% in have already felt tremendous impact on how I preceive life in general. It is a solid upgrade from the popular book/documentary The Secret.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Cindy Rollins

    Whenever Audible offers a self-help book with good reviews, I am always tempted, mostly to my regret. This book turned out to be about meditation and even had some great ideas about how to do what the Bible calls 'renewing your mind.' Most of those strategies can be gleaned from the book without resorting to speaking of a 'quantum creator.' It is true that in order to change we have to be able to imagine ourselves as something different. We do have choices and we do not have to live our lives as Whenever Audible offers a self-help book with good reviews, I am always tempted, mostly to my regret. This book turned out to be about meditation and even had some great ideas about how to do what the Bible calls 'renewing your mind.' Most of those strategies can be gleaned from the book without resorting to speaking of a 'quantum creator.' It is true that in order to change we have to be able to imagine ourselves as something different. We do have choices and we do not have to live our lives as victims of circumstances. Those reminders were very helpful. The fact that he shrouded them in quack science and bad theology was a bit too weird for me. Still, today, I hope I can concentrate on forgetting what lies behind and reaching for the mark of the high calling of Christ Jesus.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Virginia Gill

    I found this book utterly fascinating. So much so that I will be shopping for a physical copy of the book since I was given an electronic version to review. This is one I will be referring back to again and again. The look at quantum theory, modern neuroscience and how we can truly change our own minds was riveting. While that might sound like a tough read the author did an excellent job of keeping the topics accessible and easy to understand, readers should not be intimidated. Grab a copy and t I found this book utterly fascinating. So much so that I will be shopping for a physical copy of the book since I was given an electronic version to review. This is one I will be referring back to again and again. The look at quantum theory, modern neuroscience and how we can truly change our own minds was riveting. While that might sound like a tough read the author did an excellent job of keeping the topics accessible and easy to understand, readers should not be intimidated. Grab a copy and take a journey though your own brain and see what happens.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany

    For three years this has been taking up space on my shelf. Today was the day to decide what to do with it. "Dr" Joe Dispenza (the quotations are there because Andrew Weil, Deepak Chopra, Abraham Vergese, Atul Gawande, and Jerome Groopman--all mds-- don't seem to need to ram their titles down your throat) is on a quest for legitimacy in a field that parallels science. I have no problem with the alternative world--actually, it's my world. But I am a little turned off by the Manifestation Mob, part For three years this has been taking up space on my shelf. Today was the day to decide what to do with it. "Dr" Joe Dispenza (the quotations are there because Andrew Weil, Deepak Chopra, Abraham Vergese, Atul Gawande, and Jerome Groopman--all mds-- don't seem to need to ram their titles down your throat) is on a quest for legitimacy in a field that parallels science. I have no problem with the alternative world--actually, it's my world. But I am a little turned off by the Manifestation Mob, particularly because they can be judgmental about failure in that same offensive way that the alternative medicine crowd can be. (Once, during a lecture about health after a 20 year old woman painfully made her way to the front of the room suffering from chronic Rheumatoid arthritis I overheard an acupuncturist murmur under her breath: "It's because she's so angry." That kind of blaming is rife in the medical world--alternative or not.) Are you sick? It's because you're not manifesting health! Stop it! Actually, this book isn't all that terrible, it's just the same old same old that I've read a hundred times: you are what our think and here's the quantum explanation why. I call it quantum muck. It's the kind of thing that has science wannabes huffing and puffing words like "quackery" and "pseudoscience". Fer good reason. If you want to change your life, yes do change your thoughts. There's plenty of great studies out there to suggest there's more than a simple correlation in the body-mind connection. But jeez-loueez 340 pages ? It could be easily converted to 25. Wish it had been. By the time I got to chapter 11 and the beginning of the four week "change your life" program I was completely out of patience with this guy and his writing. I had no interest in hanging out with him for five more minutes. The reasons for this are many and manifold: his writing is uninspired, his sciency-stuff smacks of b.s., his understanding of meditation is Seven-Eleven fare (cheap variety), his understanding of the purlicues of the mind is mere meat and potatoes, and his magical manifestation system is vivisected. What does that mean? Once about five years ago I took a tour of the local Temple of Scottish rites (masons). The guy who led me through it was the most generous tour guide I've ever had--what a great barker for an organization. But I noticed something weird: all the decorative symbolism in the building was masculine in nature: the sun (but not the moon), daylight (but not night.) The aim for glory there felt unhealthily lopsided. There's a cyclicity and a polarity that must be balanced for the universe to be satisfied: all magic needs to be done and undone, all magicians know you need manifesting spells and also banishing spells. With the art of manifestation you have to satisfy the cyclical nature of reality: stuff for self, stuff for others. Without that "other" part you've got growth without decrease, which is basically cancer. Alas, for me this book goes into the same category as Daniel Amen's book: snooze-fest.

  12. 5 out of 5

    pegah

    All the scientific and logical reasons for meditating everyday. I like the way Dr. Joe describes brain and its abilities and functions although it was difficult for me to understand all details.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Alex Devero

    This book is both, a very good and very bad. It is good because it contains some useful and scientifically valid information about human brain. For example, it explores topics such as neurogenesis, neuroplasticity and different brain waves. Next, it also provides information about meditation and its benefits along with a very simple step-by-step plan on how to start with it and how to use to shape one's personality and habits. Finally, The book offers useful information and tips on how to change This book is both, a very good and very bad. It is good because it contains some useful and scientifically valid information about human brain. For example, it explores topics such as neurogenesis, neuroplasticity and different brain waves. Next, it also provides information about meditation and its benefits along with a very simple step-by-step plan on how to start with it and how to use to shape one's personality and habits. Finally, The book offers useful information and tips on how to change and form one's personality and habits through various ways, meditation included. That being said, the book also contains a lot of nonsense that is not proven by any real science. The author often talks about topics such as quantum fields, quantum entanglement, time and space and other topics. All these thing are real, based on our current knowledge of physics. However, the author is using these terms in a way that serves the book, not the real evidence. Put simply, the author talks about these topics while bending and adjusting facts to fit into his "story". In other words, part of the book is pure fiction and fantasy. To summarize, this book is partially true and partially a hoax. It contains some good information based on science and it certainly can help. However, it also contains a lot of unproven and invalid information, especially about quantum physics. So, take everything you read with a big dose skepticism.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mark Manderson

    WOW! GAME CHANGER! This was one of my top reads this year. The takeaway: Thoughts create pictures in your mind.  Pictures release chemicals in your brain and body.  Then you begin to feel the experience and prepare for the experience.  Thoughts are mind. Feelings are body.  After years of engraining thoughts and feelings, it becomes automatic. This is what shapes your unconscious and runs your program!  THE KEY IS TO THINK DIFFERENTLY TO OVERRIDE AUTO-EMOTIONS!  95% of our feelings have become automatic WOW! GAME CHANGER! This was one of my top reads this year. The takeaway: Thoughts create pictures in your mind.  Pictures release chemicals in your brain and body.  Then you begin to feel the experience and prepare for the experience.  Thoughts are mind. Feelings are body.  After years of engraining thoughts and feelings, it becomes automatic. This is what shapes your unconscious and runs your program!  THE KEY IS TO THINK DIFFERENTLY TO OVERRIDE AUTO-EMOTIONS!  95% of our feelings have become automatic therefore "feelings" are what run your program. When you think, body says I got this and left unchecked you go to autopilot.  MUST INTERVENE BY UNLEARNING THE AUTOPILOT AND RELEARNING DESIRED STATES!  Victimization and blame are the 2 tricks our mind uses to keep us in AUTO-EMOTION!  This is why we stay stuck!  Must have mind and body work together to unmemorize emotional states.  Just like when you are around something irritating and you get used to it if no longer aware it's even there plus something comes and interject.  When you continually recreate the same emotions in your body, your feelings become the means of your thinking and ultimately creating this addiction to feelings. Our body settles in memorized emotional states. Think of Pavlov. We can train for the emotions we want.  Mental reheasral leads to new experiences! This is how you condition a new mind to your body! THIS TAKES YOU FROM INTELECTUALIZNG TO ACTUALLY BEING AND CHANGES YOUR REALITY THROUGH STATE OF BEING!  Use elevated emotions to fuel your creations! Creating your future!  We lump experiences into groups unconsciously so feelings become predicted before they happen.  TECHNOLOGY IS A DISTRACTOR THAT ALLOWS US TO NUMB AND NOT LEARN HOW TO CHANGE MIND/BODY!  When we share similar experiences, we bond through shared emotions!  HOW TO MEDITATE: INDUCTION: Close eyes, surrender. Move from analytical to sun conscious. Focus on body orientation and location. (start at top of scalp and work down). Then the space around body. Then open room. OPEN FOCUS! (MOVE FROM THINKING TO FEELING). Or imagine water feeling up around you and focus on feel.  RECOGNIZING: Work on one emotion at a time and your physiology linked to it.  ADMITTING AND DECLARING: Own it with no emotion/jusgement and give it to God. Declare what you want to feel and be! Tell self what you want to be (full honesty). SAY WHAT EKOTION YOU'VE BEEN TIED TO IN ORDER TO SET UR FREE.  IT IS YOUR EMOTION THAT KEEPS YOU TIED TO STATE. EX: if you hate someone, it is your emotion that keeps you tied to them experiencing that hatred. Therefore when you allow your emotions to go you are able to experience a different reality.  When you notice your thoughts laundering say change and redirect your thoughts. Eventually when you find yourself in a wake State thinking limited beliefs you can take change and your body will follow.  Recreate your brain by breaking old habits and filling in new ones. 

  15. 5 out of 5

    Tim Larison

    Can the average person understand and apply the principles of quantum physics to create a new reality in his or her life? A reality much more creative and fulfilling than the survival patterns most of us are operating out of? Yes! contends Joe Dispenza in his fascinating new book “Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself”. Don’t let the words “quantum physics” scare you away. Early in his book Dispenza gives the best explanation I have read to date of what quantum principles are all about. More impor Can the average person understand and apply the principles of quantum physics to create a new reality in his or her life? A reality much more creative and fulfilling than the survival patterns most of us are operating out of? Yes! contends Joe Dispenza in his fascinating new book “Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself”. Don’t let the words “quantum physics” scare you away. Early in his book Dispenza gives the best explanation I have read to date of what quantum principles are all about. More importantly, in a detailed step by step manner he explains how we can take this knowledge to implement positive changes in our lives. “When you and I can connect the dots of what science is discovering about the nature of reality, and when we give ourselves permission to apply those principles in our day-to-day existence, then each of us becomes both a mystic and a scientist in our own life,” Dispenza writes in the introduction. This was exciting to me, and I wanted to read more. I liked Dispenza’s vulnerability in describing his own learning curve in quantum living. After being featured in the documentary “What The Bleep Do We Know?” Dispenza was in great demand as a lecturer. His problem, he soon realized, was that his daily emotional state depended on the responses he received from his audiences. “I saw that all of my perceived happiness was really just a reaction to stimuli in the external world that made me feel certain ways,” he writes. “I didn’t want to lecture again until I was the living example of everything that I was talking about. I needed to take time for my meditations and to make true change in my life, and I wanted to have joy from within me and not from outside of me.” Dispenza made these mental adjustments, and he passes on the lessons he learned to his readers. He also gives many examples throughout the book of others who have made similar changes. Rather than reading like a dry physics textbook, Dispenza’s colorful descriptions of the quantum process gave me the confidence that I, too, can operate at this level in my own life. Towards the end of the book Dispenza gives detailed meditation instructions to shift the reader’s base thought pattern from the draining “survival” mode to a more fulfilling “creation” orientation. I found this a bit overwhelming, so thankfully he also offers a couple of guided meditation audio files on his website to help with the process. I downloaded and followed one of the meditations, and I can already feel a positive shift inside of me regarding a life change I want to make. “When you have thoughtfully rehearsed a future reality until your brain has physically changed to look like it has had the experience, and you have emotionally embraced a new intention so many times that your body is altered to reflect that it has had the experience, hang on … because this is the moment the event finds you!” Dispenza writes. “And it will arrive in a way that you least expect, which leaves no doubt that it came from your relationship to a greater consciousness – so that it inspires you to do it again and again.” This is another book review in my partnership with Hay House. I was not financially compensated for this post. I received the book from Hay House for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kat

    This book is all about using meditation to break bad habits and create good ones. I got some interesting ideas from the book, but some stuff I will leave. For example, he advises you build up to an hour of meditation every day, I imagine that would be impossible for very busy people and/or people with kids. Personally I just can't sit that long without fidgeting and having my legs hurt. The kicker is that he tells you to go to his website for the guided meditations, but they cost more money on to This book is all about using meditation to break bad habits and create good ones. I got some interesting ideas from the book, but some stuff I will leave. For example, he advises you build up to an hour of meditation every day, I imagine that would be impossible for very busy people and/or people with kids. Personally I just can't sit that long without fidgeting and having my legs hurt. The kicker is that he tells you to go to his website for the guided meditations, but they cost more money on top of the cost of the book. He says in the last chapter, just after promoting his other books and seminars, that eventually you'll just feel pure love, stop wanting material things, and be moved to give people gifts, but he sure wants more money from the reader lol. We all have bills to pay but maybe work on that self awareness some more, buddy.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Cassandra Kay Silva

    Invoking Quantum mechanics in an effort to prove manifestation in one's life. Psuedoscience nonsense. You don't need to resort to these tactics to see the benefits of meditation and mindfulness. Invoking Quantum mechanics in an effort to prove manifestation in one's life. Psuedoscience nonsense. You don't need to resort to these tactics to see the benefits of meditation and mindfulness.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Siobhan

    If you're done with the way you always seem to act & react in the same way and you see how it is not actually making your life any better, if you're looking for that one big nudge that will inspire and motivate you to make the change, read this book. It will no doubt blow your mind. Dr. Joe Dispenza makes the bridge between science and spirituality by explaining how you can apply concepts of quantum physics to your own life so you can dream bigger and finally make things happen, beyond what you If you're done with the way you always seem to act & react in the same way and you see how it is not actually making your life any better, if you're looking for that one big nudge that will inspire and motivate you to make the change, read this book. It will no doubt blow your mind. Dr. Joe Dispenza makes the bridge between science and spirituality by explaining how you can apply concepts of quantum physics to your own life so you can dream bigger and finally make things happen, beyond what you ever thought was possible.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Neelam

    Only on chap 2 and am blown away. Finally quantum physics and manifestation explained in a way that resonates and shows me HOW to step into being the quantum creator that we all have access to. I just want to tell everyone about this book!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Vicky Dill

    A synergy of quantum physics and spirituality, this book bears several readings. Read well along with Eben Alexander's Proof of Heaven. Dispenza ends with practical help to meditate effectively. I'm starting! A synergy of quantum physics and spirituality, this book bears several readings. Read well along with Eben Alexander's Proof of Heaven. Dispenza ends with practical help to meditate effectively. I'm starting!

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    Fantastic book. Coming to this with a background in yoga and buddhism, this book really helped me make sense of the way the brain works, meditation and how to really make change. Highly recommend.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Razan Jambi

    this is my new favorite book!!

  23. 5 out of 5

    SARA A. URIBE16

    This book is so interesiting because explain a lot of things that we consider averege and explein in a way we are able to help our jorney in this world.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Amanda at ORIONMISSING

    Joe Dispenza really can explain these topics in easy to follow and interesting ways. If there is anything in your life that you have ever wanted to change, read this book.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Charity Hall

    Some things are enforced through repetition and the art of mastering our subconscious thought is one of those. I've read this book three times over the last few months and every single time it unlocks something new and different and helps me retrain my brain in a positive focus to take control of my thoughts. There are SO many resources out there that help with this, but this particular book frames science in a way that helps me to make the necessary changes to my daily routine for positive, and Some things are enforced through repetition and the art of mastering our subconscious thought is one of those. I've read this book three times over the last few months and every single time it unlocks something new and different and helps me retrain my brain in a positive focus to take control of my thoughts. There are SO many resources out there that help with this, but this particular book frames science in a way that helps me to make the necessary changes to my daily routine for positive, and lasting brain re-wiring. Highly recommend.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Soukyan Blackwood

    More reviews at: Night Mode Reading Author, with all the love and respect to your person, tells you outright – if you want to be someone else – stop being yourself. For instance, if you are, like me, a bit on the lazy side, and wish you could enjoy working more, so that you’d not feel too lazy before you even started it – start being that person. How, you ask, you’re still lazy? Well, that’s the damn thing. By associating things, we create shortcuts for them in our brain, to hell with the termino More reviews at: Night Mode Reading Author, with all the love and respect to your person, tells you outright – if you want to be someone else – stop being yourself. For instance, if you are, like me, a bit on the lazy side, and wish you could enjoy working more, so that you’d not feel too lazy before you even started it – start being that person. How, you ask, you’re still lazy? Well, that’s the damn thing. By associating things, we create shortcuts for them in our brain, to hell with the terminology, and end up unconsciously following patterns, rather than actually experiencing what’s before us. For me, my first jobs were gruesome hard work. So work equals hard, equals tired, equals don’t want to, equals lazy. Today my work is far less demanding, and yet I’m still lazy, because that’s what word “work” evokes in my brain. Author, thus, leads us through series of explanations, and meditations, of how to cut that cord, and make a new one. Basically, how to become your better self, or stop being your lazy self. The other point he made was autopilot. Our brain trains our body to do, and react, and eventually body takes over. For instance, I might not be able to tell you my PIN, but I will enter it easily. The day I realized I can’t remember the numbers was the day I met a different key-pad. We do that with far more things than we imagine. Our body learns that, say, we react like this to this kind of comment, and so – we react. Rather than being present, and making a conscious decision, after a proper evaluation. In the end, this was an interesting read. Reminded me a lot of The Secret, but then, I know, love, and respect many people who read that book, and took a firm grip on their life after that, so maybe this one’s just as good a manual of how. Because, let’s face it, if you won’t put the will into it, nothing’s gonna magically happen. Therefore I give this book 4 out of 5, because even tho this is a good manual, at points it felt like ikea manual. I really don’t know what to do, when I’m told “act like it already happened“.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Medeia Sharif

    This is one of the best self-help/law of attraction books I've read. I wrote notes down, which I rarely do, since I want to apply much of what I learned from the book. I see myself reading this again. This is one of the best self-help/law of attraction books I've read. I wrote notes down, which I rarely do, since I want to apply much of what I learned from the book. I see myself reading this again.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kylie Abecca

    This book is brilliantly written and easy to follow and understand, with handy exercises throughout. There is a lot of information in one book though and as I listened to it on audio, I felt that I wasn’t properly allowing my brain the time to let all the information sink in, so I will be definitely listening to this one again (and again). The narration performance was very clear, precise and exceptionally performed, though due to the heavy content of the book, I honestly think I would have prefe This book is brilliantly written and easy to follow and understand, with handy exercises throughout. There is a lot of information in one book though and as I listened to it on audio, I felt that I wasn’t properly allowing my brain the time to let all the information sink in, so I will be definitely listening to this one again (and again). The narration performance was very clear, precise and exceptionally performed, though due to the heavy content of the book, I honestly think I would have preferred to read it in paperback. Definitely recommend to anyone trying to break a habit of any kind or if you just want to learn how to train your mind to be more positive, accepting and thinking in a manner that will help you achieve your goals and not ‘chase’ your dreams, but to LIVE them. I definitely changed my thought patterns whilst listening to this (which is why I want to listen to it again). There have been many major positive changes in my life whilst I was listening to this book. Considering the place I was in my life a few days ago, I am pleasantly surprised at the impact this book has made. Thank you

  29. 5 out of 5

    James

    Finally after trying to get about 45 minutes to an hour each day to complete this audiobook I've finished it and you know what, it actually wasn't that bad. Some of the concepts taught about distancing yourself from the stuff that makes you mentally crazy is spot on as you are your own worst enemy. I was even talking to a friend one day and shared with her some of the advice in the book that I would have not previously thought to share and it was found helpful (learn it, teach it). Having experi Finally after trying to get about 45 minutes to an hour each day to complete this audiobook I've finished it and you know what, it actually wasn't that bad. Some of the concepts taught about distancing yourself from the stuff that makes you mentally crazy is spot on as you are your own worst enemy. I was even talking to a friend one day and shared with her some of the advice in the book that I would have not previously thought to share and it was found helpful (learn it, teach it). Having experienced for myself some of the situations discussed in the book previously, I was able to work through them with time and with new positive experiences. Had I had this book previously done I think I would have (hindsight is 20/20) handled it differently and gotten through the hardships quicker. I did like the ability of rebuilding oneself based on the situations they leave behind and I can see with some current experiences going on around me how to put myself aside of the situations and not let factors outside of my control drive change. A decent read. Onto the next one of his "You are the Placebo".

  30. 4 out of 5

    Julia Papworth

    This book is incredible. Dr.D brings together thinking in a scientific yet practical way to help you change the habits of being yourself. Brilliant reference book, clever man. I attended his level 1&2 training, which was well worth it.

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