**This was written in the beginning of 2020. I have since finished this book and do highly recommend checking it out – or any of his studies out**
I’m reading a book called Becoming Supernatural by Dr. Joe Dispenza.
According to Google, Dr. Joe Dispenza is teaching the world how to empower and heal our mind through meditation and mindfulness. His studies have proven that when well practiced these tools can put us on the path to understanding and breaking deep-rooted bad habits and even heal illnesses.
I initially started following Dr. Dispenza when I heard his interview on Lewis Howe’s podcast, The School of Greatness. His interview caught my attention because he speaks about how we are in control of our minds, but in addition to that, he has conducted studies to PROVE that everything is mind over matter.
It’s one thing to preach it, but to prove it? You have my attention.
Being 298 pages into the book – it’s confirmed a lot of things that I’ve questioned about life, but with scientific facts. That’s the big win for this book for me.
A lot of times I struggle because I never feel completely certain with how to express myself or better connect with what I believe this life is all about… at least without looking and sounding crazy. When this topic arises, I get extremely passionate. This causes my emotions to evaluate and honestly, I struggle articulating it in a way that doesn’t sound overeager with optimism that we are in control of our lives – which I know can be overwhelming sometimes, haha. This book has taken my thoughts, questions, and beliefs and challenged them to find answers to questions that some would say is pseudoscience. WELL IT’S NOT NOW PEOPLE!! And if you don’t believe me then please at least go check out Dr. Joe Dispenza, Ram Dass, Bob Proctor, and Eckhart Tolle — see what they’re all about and then let’s chat about it. I’d love to hear new thoughts.
Anyway, I just finished a paragraph from the book that I have to share. It spoke loud and clear to me. It’s about peace gatherings, and the toll that our electromagnetic energies take on the world.
“The evidence from peace-gathering studies suggests that our thoughts and feelings do in fact have a measurable effect on every living system. You may have heard of this as a concept of emergence — envision the synchronicity of a school of fish or a flock of birds flying in unison, where all creatures appear to be operating from one mind, connected by an invisible field of energy in a nonlocal way. What is unique about this phenomenon is that it is not a top-down phenomenon, meaning there is no leader. Instead, it is a bottom-up phenomenon, meaning everyone is leading because they are acting as one mind. When a global community comes together in the name of peace, love and coherence, according to emergence we should be able to produce an effect in the Earth’s electromagnetic field, as well as in each other’s fields. Just imagine, then, what it would be like if we were all behaving, living, thriving, and operating as one. If we understood we were of one mind — one organism connected and united through consciousness — we would understand that to hurt another, or affect another in any way, is to do the same to ourselves. This new paradigm in thinking would be the largest evolutionary leap our species has ever made, causing the need for warring, fighting, competing, fearing, and suffering to become an antiquated concept. But how could this possibility become a reality?”
That’s where I’m at. I haven’t read the next part — but holy crap — if this way of life could actually work? If we could get even HALF of the 6 billion or however many people there are to come together to understand this way of life… we could find our potential as a species. We could be the best versions of ourselves and the planet could also thrive as the best version of itself.
We have a lot to offer as a species and honestly, the entire planet should be united by now. We are all humans. We need to stop thinking everyone is so different from us. We’re all experiencing the same life and trying to figure it out. There should be more human to human love.
Thanks for reading. I’m sure I’ll have another random rant about this book once I finish.