Change Your Beliefs and Perception

Following the program developed by Dr. Joe Dispenza, or reading his books, you will develop the knowledge to Change your beliefs and perception, which no longer serve you.

Dr. Joe Dispenza is making a difference to people’s lives all over the world. His books, DVD’s and Meditations are available on Amazon here …   

All of your thoughts and feelings come from your past memories.

If you think and feel a certain way, you begin to create an attitude. An attitude is a cycle of short-term thoughts and feelings experienced over and over again. Over time, a series of attitudes together create beliefs.

Our beliefs aren’t always as conscious as we think they are. When you add beliefs together, you create a perception. Your perceptions have everything to do with the choices you make, the behaviors you exhibit, the relationships you choose and the reality you create.

Dr. Joe will guide you through the steps to create a coherent brain-wave state and then re-wire the old hardwired programs in your brain and the emotional addictions in your body.

By creating new inner experiences that are greater than the past, you will create new neural-connections in your brain, and new emotional signals in your body.

Biologically, the past will no longer exist, and will you have become free to live that new life that you have desired!

Here are a few of Dr. Joe’s publications for your convenience … 

Generating Abundance
The Place Where Thoughts Become Things: A Guided Children’s Meditation
Morning And Evening Meditations
The Pineal Gland: Tuning In To Higher Dimensions Of Time And Space
Blessing Of The Energy Centers

Setting Goals and Perseverance

Setting Goals and Perseverance

There are a few people in this world who can succeed without any goals or plans. They are either lucky or made some kind of otherworldly deal.

For the rest of us, having a plan is probably the only way to succeed in what we want.

It makes no sense to persevere if you choose the wrong plan or no plan at all.

By setting goals, you can strive to complete them, which you will use to persevere. This doesn’t mean that all the goals or tasks will be correct. But, you can find alternatives when needed.

At least when you have a plan, you have a reason to pursue them.

There are many ways to set goals, but one of the more acceptable ways is to start with high-level goals. Then, for each of those high-level goals, define the tasks that it would take to accomplish those goals.

Set milestones so that you can measure how you are doing at each step. It’s okay to make adjustments along the way, even to the high-level goals. But, the key is to use this as a roadmap to keep going. That is the best way to get to where you want to go. Perseverance will play a big role here.

If you give up at any point, don’t beat yourself up too much. Either start over or if possible, pick up where you left off.

When you finally accomplish your goals and milestones, it will be that much more worth the effort.

Sometimes, people don’t get back to their goals. Either they gave up too quickly, or they weren’t meant to make them happen.

If this happens to you, find out what you really want from those goals and if they are right for you.

It is okay if they aren’t, but just make sure that you didn’t give up because it was easier to do that. You don’t want to live with regrets.

If you find that you are constantly giving up on your goals, you may want to get some professional help.

This can either be in the form of coaching or in extreme cases, you may want to seek the advice of a counselor or hypnotherapist.

Sometimes this can make the difference in breaking the barrier of quitting before meeting your goals. A mentor or counselor can give you the necessary guidance and may even be able to help you define better goals.

It could be you just weren’t following the right plan.

 

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