Course with Dr. Joe Dispenza
Train your mind to create the life you want
In this 4-lesson course, based on the Amazon Best Selling book Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One, Dr. Joe provides the framework and simple step-by-step instructions for reprogramming your brain and creating the life you have always desired.
LESSON 4: How do you want to live in survival mode?
If this free course has inspired you to reprogram your brain and follow your heart’s intelligence, we encourage you to continue your journey to a higher level of awareness in our Advanced Course:
MAKING YOUR MIND MATTER
TRAIN YOUR MIND TO CREATE THE LIFE YOU WANT
If you believe that your thoughts create your reality, Dr. Dispenza’s new online course, Making Your Mind Matter, will move you from believing to living your new reality. If you are ready to create a new future, to go beyond your emotional addictions and negative moods and begin to heal your health and magnetize everything you want in your life, Making Your Mind Matter is not only the right course to you, but an answer to everything you’ve ever wondered about what is really possible for you in this life.
If you are ready to transform your life and face the challenges of your life, take advantage of the early bird discount and register now!
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Dr Joe Dispenza
Dr. Joe Dispenza is a chiropractor, researcher, New York Times bestselling author, and the first to gain public attention after his participation in the award-winning film "What the Bleep Do We Know!" Through his research, he explores the science behind spontaneous remissions to empower people to change from the inside out. Combining the fields of quantum physics, neuroscience, brain chemistry, biology, and genetics, Dr. Joe Dispenza explores the effects of meditation on how people can heal themselves from chronic conditions and even disease terminals. Dr. Joe Dispenza received his doctorate in chiropractic from Life University and did his postgraduate training focused on neuroscience and cell biology in response to memory formation, aging, and longevity.