Wisdom from Dr. Joe Dispenza

I truly believe that every person is a divine creator, that there’s a power within each of us that is common to every human being…and we’re all connected to it. This refined mindful energy is conscious enough to support, maintain, protect, and heal us every moment. It keeps our heart beating hundreds of thousands of times per day, creates over 60 million cells every minute and organizes hundreds of thousands of chemical reactions in one cell every second. It is also the same intelligence that keeps the planets rotating around the sun, creates supernovas in distant galaxies, and loves the lily into bloom.

When we take the time to develop a relationship with this mind, when we use it to create desired events in our future, and finally, when we express this power, love, and intelligence through us; we become more like it…we become divine.

In 1986 I had the privilege of getting run over by a truck in a triathlon. When I received the diagnosis that I broke six vertebrae, had bone fragments on my spinal cord, and probably would never walk again, I had to make some important decisions. After I decided against a radical surgery recommended by four different experts, I left the hospital with only one conviction: “The power that made the body, heals the body.” My mission was to make contact with this innate intelligence, then give it a template with very specific orders and surrender my healing to this unlimited power….Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Dr. Joe is a doctor of chiropractic and the author of the new book Breaking The Habit of Being Yourself.

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Cheryl I.
Past Member 4 years ago

Thank you.

Donna Hamilton
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Danuta W5 years ago

Thank you for the information.

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Carmen S.
Carmen S5 years ago

thanks for sharing this

Juliet D.
judith sanders5 years ago

@Jane B- I'm with you, there's zero evidence of any supernatural intelligence or beings in this universe. However, we do know about the laws of physics that keep the planets rotating. We also know how electricity and magnets work. In fact, science is closing in on verification of the Higgs boson.

Mr. Dispenza got lucky. He is anything but wise in suggesting that people ignore medical advice. The ancient religions of the world are scrambling to incorporate secular scientific discoveries into their carnival spiels, but it's increasingly hard for them to keep up.

Heather Enid Wells
.5 years ago

There is only one Divine Creator.

Though Jane is right in that her dog, and indeed, ALL living things, including her, you, me, plants, fungi, bacteria etc, have that divine spark that we call life. We do not actually create anything. We living things, driven by that divine spark, merely channel and manipulate what has already been provided. We endlessly recombine our genetic material to continue our line, we reconfigure our physical surroundings, and we reassemble ideas. All life-forms do this and yes, love is a big part of it. As is the First Law of Thermodynamics, of course.

As a songwriter, I am aware that my songs do not come from within me. They come from 'out there' somewhere, I just act like an aerial and bring them to earth so I can share them.
By my reckoning, probably everything we living things do and think is divinely inspired. But that's not the same as saying we create. We assemble, we redistribute, but we do not originate.

As for prayer, there are many properly conducted, double-blind, peer-reviewed and repeatable studies showing that living organisms that are prayed for DO heal, grow and thrive better (Boyd, 1988; Targ et al, 1998). Interestingly, as well as animals and humans, bacteria have been shown to grow quicker and seeds germinate better when prayed for, and prayers to the gods of all religions seem to be equally effective.