The book explores "the biology of change." That is, when we truly change our mind, there is a physical evidence of change in the brain.
Ever wonder why you repeat the same negative thoughts in your head? Why you keep coming back for more from hurtful family members, friends, or significant others?
Why you keep falling into the same detrimental habits or limiting attitudes—even when you know that they are going to make you feel bad?
Dr. Joe Dispenza has spent decades studying the human mind—how it works, how it stores information, and why it perpetuates the same behavioral patterns over and
over. In the acclaimed film What the Bleep Do We Know!? he began to explain how the brain evolves—by learning new skills, developing the ability to concentrate in the midst of chaos, and even healing the body and the psyche.
"What if just by thinking, we cause our internal chemistry to be bumped out of normal range so often that the body's self-regulation system eventually redefines
these abnormal states as regular states?" asks Dispenza in his book, Evolve Your Brain, The Science of Changing Your Mind. "It's a subtle process, but maybe we
just never gave it that much attention until now."
During his research into spontaneous remissions, Dr. Dispenza has found, and continually sees, similarities in people who have experienced so-called miraculous
healings - showing that they have actually changed their mind, which then changed their health. In other words, what you think can affect your health.
You are not doomed by your genes and hardwired to be a certain way for the rest of your life. A new science is emerging that empowers all human beings to create the reality they choose.
Dr. Dispenza noticed that humans possess an unconscious addiction to certain emotions, that are either negative or positive.
Through his research he learned that emotions condemn a person to repetitive behavior, developing an "addiction" to the combination of specific chemical substances
for each emotion that flood the brain with a certain frequency.
"As human beings, we have the natural ability to place our awareness on anything. Where we place our attention, what we place our attention on and for how long,
ultimately defines us on a neurological level. If our awareness is so mobile, then why is it so hard to keep our attention on thoughts that might serve us?
Can our thoughts change reality?
Right now, as you continue to concentrate and read this page, you might have forgotten about the pain in your back, the disagreement you had with your boss earlier
today, and even what gender you are. It is where we place our attention and what we place our attention on that maps the course of our very state of being.
For example, we can in any given moment, think about a past bitter memory that really is only tattooed in our intimidate folds of our gray matter and like magic,
it comes to life. We also have the privilege of attending to future anxieties and worries that do not readily exist except conjured up by our wit but to us, they
are real. Our attention brings everything to life and makes real what was essentially unnoticed or unreal," Dr. Dispenza explains.
Inside Mechanical Brains:
What Do Robots Dream Of?
Have you ever wonder what robots dream of? The idea that robots can dream might sound implausible to some. Robots are machines.
They do not have feelings emotions and they certainly cannot dream, many people would undoubtedly argue.