How To Use The Power Of Your Mind For Spontaneous Healing

As 2021 comes to a close, my team and I are excited to re-air some of our best episodes of the year, and thank you for listening to the podcast. It’s truly one of my favorite things to do. We wish you all the best for a happy and healthy year ahead! I’ve always been fascinated by the concept of human potential and the mind-body connection.

Time and time again, I’ve seen that mindset is a defining factor in how successful my patients are on their healing journey. The mind-body connection is a powerful one, so much so that there are numerous reports of spontaneous remission of chronic pain and diseases when people change their headspace. How we think and feel creates our state of being. Digging into our subconscious thoughts and beliefs and redefining how we see our future can have real, long-lasting impacts on our physical health.

I was so excited to sit down with Dr. Joe Dispenza to talk about his work in mind-body medicine, helping people overcome their biggest obstacles and form new, healthy, limitless lives. The first step to making some truly unbelievable changes is to actually believe it’s possible. We have to open our minds to new possibilities and imagine the future person we want to be. We have to actually feel what being that future person feels like. We have to create the environment for growth and repair with the right attitude. This opens the door for our biology to follow suit.

Dr. Joe shares some incredible stories of people he has helped redefine their lives. It might sound impossible, like the man who went from using a wheelchair to running down the beach over the course of a week, but we talk about how tapping into the mind and our emotional state actually signals our cells and genes to recalibrate. Dr. Joe has an extensive body of research behind his work which he shares with us throughout our talk. The key is that we can change our inner dialogue in a way that shifts our physiology to allow healing and thriving. I know you’ll be as inspired by Dr. Joe as I am. I hope you’ll tune in.

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