The Next Level

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Sep 11, 2020 1:11:29 PM

The quantum model of reality states that the generous present moment is the place where all possibilities exist.

When in meditation, to enter the eternal now (the only place the unknown truly exists) requires us to get beyond our known associations to the various people, objects, things, and places in our life. These external reflections of our environment—in addition to the emotions, and drives of our body—must be overcome in order for us to break free from our conditioned experience of linear time, the totality of which constitutes the known familiar past and predictable future. When achieved, the result creates brain and heart coherence, causing people to relax so deeply into their inner world that they lose track of space and time. In turn, they disassociate from everything familiar in the material 3D world.

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Topics: Quantum Field, Mystical, practice

A Practical Guide to Chasing the Mystical

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Feb 1, 2019 11:02:07 AM

There are four states of consciousness: wakefulness, sleeping, dreaming, and the transcendental. The transcendental state of consciousness is a state of awareness that is often associated with mystical experiences, and it’s the mystical that allows us to experience another aspect of the self. To say this another way, this means we have to transcend the known self to experience some other aspect of our potential unknown self. To get beyond the known self is what begins to fill in the mystery of the self, and that moment awakens us to our journey back to source. In other words, there is more to you than meets the eye.

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Topics: Mystical

The Pugilist and the Ego

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Jul 9, 2017 8:05:32 AM

Even thus by the great sages 'tis confessed
The phoenix dies, and then is born again,
When it approaches its five-hundredth year;

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Topics: Change, Consciousness, Events, Mastery, Mystical

Navigating the Labyrinth of the Unknown

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Sep 16, 2016 11:42:44 PM

Does this sound familiar? For months you’ve been focused on a goal or outcome. Every time you sit down to meditate you’re so present with your future that you’re ‘in your future.’ You can smell it, feel it, taste it, touch it, hear it, see it—it’s practically a part of you. It’s a distant-future memory that you’re living into, and in your daily meditations you emotionally invest in how incredible your future will feel. It seems as if it’s in reach, almost tangible, and then—and then comes the day you brush up against it. Your future shows up in your life and instead of embracing it, you recoil.

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Topics: Mystical