Matter and Consciousness: How Our Thoughts Create Our Reality

mind-body-connectionby Anna LeMind

Dr. Joe Dispenza claims that every time we learn something new, hundreds of thousands of our neurons change, which affects the state of our physical body.

Dr. Dispenza is known worldwide for his original theory of the connection between mind and matter. The scientist gained his greatest fame after the release of his acclaimed documentary «We know what makes a signal» in 2004. His research helped disclose the extraordinary possibilities of consciousness and its ability to create synaptic connection with a strong concentration.

Just imagine: with each new sensation, vision or emotional experience a new connection between two of more than 100,000 million brain cells is inevitably formed.

But to really make changes, one needs to concentrate on the reinforcement of the conditioned reflex. If, within a short period of time such an experience takes place again, the connection will be strengthened. If the experiment is not repeated for a long time, the relationship will become weaker or disappears at all.

Science regards the brain as something static and fixed, but in fact it has a strong ability to change. Recent studies in neuroscience have shown that the effect of each body experiences in our thinking organ (fatigue, fear, joy, cold) acts to change our brain.
“What if just by thinking we make our inner alchemy out of the normal state so often that the self-regulation system of the body eventually considers this abnormal state to be the normal one?” – Asks Dr. Dispenza in his book «Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind» published in 2007.



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