Funga is excited to present ‘Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself.’ Dr. Joe Dispenza has been a great teacher of mine and has shown me, most importantly, that you alone are responsible for creating your reality.
“We don’t have to settle for our present reality; we can create a new one whenever we choose to. We all have the ability because, for better or worse, our thoughts do influence our lives.” (taken from Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself)

Joe Dispenza is a neuroscientist, New York Time Bestselling Author, a corporate consultant, writer, and speaker who has lectured worldwide. Dr. Joe’s passion can be found at the intersection of the latest findings from neuroscience, epigenetics, and quantum physics, exploring the science behind spontaneous remissions. He uses this knowledge to teach people how to heal their bodies of health conditions, make significant positive changes in their lives, and evolve their consciousness. He believes in human potential, and his biggest interest is to give people science so they can understand how powerful they really are. Since 2010, he has partnered with scientists and universities to extensively research meditation’s effects on the brain and body. His formula is marrying the mystical and miraculous with science and practicality.

In his own words, he wants to create a language for people, from a philosophical and theoretical standpoint, for them to begin to understand what’s possible. Learning is making new connections in the brain, and remembering is maintaining those connections. We have to start to hardwire our brains in preparation for an experience. The more people understand what they are doing and why, the how gets easier. Dr. Joe wants to set up the conditions in an environment where people can start to apply what they learn. Once you begin feeling unlimited, abundant, and worthy, you are teaching your body chemically to understand what your mind has intellectually understood. If they can repeat that repeatedly, it will become innate in them, second nature.

“It seems that human nature is such that we balk at changing until things get really bad and we’re so uncomfortable that we can no longer go on with business as usual. This is as true for an individual as it is for a society.

Why wait?

We can learn and change in a state of pain or suffering, or we can evolve in a state of joy and inspiration. Most embrace the former. To go with the latter, we just have to make up our minds that change will probably entail a bit of discomfort, some inconvenience, a break from a predictable routine, and a period of not knowing.” (from Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself)


Below I have added a podcast that I highly recommend. Dr. Joe Dispenza joins Jay Shetty to talk about how our thoughts and emotions can affect our physical body, the unconscious process of making your feelings become the means of thinking, and reaching an awareness of the possibilities you haven’t thought about before.


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