Results From a Year-long Practice of Coherence Healing

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on May 22, 2020 12:57:17 PM

Early in the morning on Sunday, April 26th, 2020, I joined a call with one of my team leaders in Geneva, Switzerland, as well as several other people from around the world. We were celebrating and discussing the results of a group of individuals who had committed to 365 days of at least one daily remote-coherence healing (sometimes they do more than one) for people with different health afflictions. Not only did this committed group of individuals meditate on healing people with various health conditions—which included both children and adults with cancer, children in comas, people with mental health issues, neurological conditions, respiratory issues, Lyme Disease, cardiovascular disease, digestive issues, chronic illness, sick animals, and more—they also documented the statistical changes of their healings through a very thorough PowerPoint and an Excel spreadsheet.

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Topics: Healing, Science

Quantifying Transformation and Telling the Story: Part II

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Mar 28, 2020 8:04:55 AM

Most recently at our workshop in Indian Wells, California, we conducted a study with 32 people, each of whom agreed to have their brains scanned before, during, and after the weeklong meditation retreat. As mentioned in the previous post, we drew pre- and post-blood samples from the same volunteer test subjects. To measure different values and baselines, some of the brain scans included pre-event scans with the students’ eyes open, eyes open on a task, eyes closed, and eyes closed in a meditation. Students that were involved in the study were also divided into a novice group (less than 6 months of doing our meditations) and a more advanced group (more than 6 months of doing our meditations). We also structured a placebo-based group of 32 people that did not do the meditations as a comparative study.

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Topics: Science

Part I . Quantifying Transformation and Telling the Story

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Mar 13, 2020 8:32:12 AM

Over the years, in witnessing the transformational experiences in our community, I was inspired to assemble a team of research scientists to begin measuring the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual transformations that we once thought were immeasurable.

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Topics: Science

Jackson Pollock’s Journey Towards Fractals

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Jan 3, 2020 1:48:49 PM

“The modern artist...is working and expressing an inner world—in other words—expressing the energy, the motion, and other inner forces.”

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Topics: Science

A Return to Scientific Testing

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Sep 27, 2019 10:58:44 AM

For the past decade, we have been performing extensive scientific research and measurements to demystify the process of personal change and transformation. The evidence we’ve gathered points to a formula that, when followed, directly affects people’s biology. Amongst countless other results, what we’ve found is that by people simply changing their thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and energy, they can produce profound positive effects on their genetic expression, neurology, immune system, longevity, heart and brain coherence, and overall health.

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Topics: Science

New Measurements, New Possibilities: Part I.

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Mar 29, 2019 11:53:42 AM

At the conclusion of each advanced Week Long event, my team and I always wonder if it’s really possible for us to witness even greater degrees of transformation, miracles, and personal change, yet two weeks ago in Bonn, Germany, just over 1400 people from 43 countries (with an additional 93 countries represented in our live stream) participated in what has to date been our most outstanding Week Long event we’ve ever hosted. From the outset the group as a collective was very focused, very sincere, and very willing. In addition, I personally felt like I articulated a lot of the information better than in the past, not to mention in as many ways as possible.

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Topics: Science

What We Accomplished in the Last Five Years

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Sep 29, 2017 4:01:51 PM

This September we held our 19th and final Advanced Workshop, marking the end of almost five years of scientific testing. Of the 700+ students in attendance at Indian Wells Resort in Palm Springs, California, 82% were first time participants. The group was excited, enthusiastic, willing, and coherent. As a result, the energy we recorded in the room broke all records of our previous workshop measurements. In addition, according to our Sputnik measurements, this particular group’s pineal gland meditation was one of the best ever.

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Topics: Science

Telomeres: The Biological Clock in Our Genetics

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Sep 15, 2017 2:48:25 PM

Our bodies are made up of approximately 60-100 trillion cells. Every cell contains a nucleus, within which exists our chromosomes. Humans have 23 pair of chromosomes and chromosomes contain genetic information to be passed on called DNA. At the very tip of these chromosomes are tiny little strands of DNA called telomeres—biological clocks buried in our genetic makeup that science previously thought had a finite existence.

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Topics: Science

Peering into the Universe’s Origins with the Webb Telescope

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Apr 14, 2017 6:28:24 PM

On April 24, 1990, astronomy changed for good when the Space Shuttle Discovery rocketed into space, carrying aboard it the Hubble Space Telescope. Hubble allowed us to look deep into space to see galaxies, not as we perceive them today, but as they were when the light we are perceiving escaped them—sometimes millions, sometimes billions of years ago. You can think of that light like a postcard traveling through the mail for a very, very long time. When it reaches us, it has a story to tell. Eventually, when Hubble’s peering eye reached the outer edge of its limit, the light it was perceiving turned black.

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Topics: Science

The Nature of Nurture and the Nurture of Nature

Posted by Dr. Joe Dispenza on Sep 30, 2016 9:24:26 AM

Have you ever wondered why, despite our best efforts, certain situations cause us to act like our parents?

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Topics: Science