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Dr Joe Dispenza is a neuroscientist, international lecturer, researcher, and author whose work teaches people how they can rewire their brains and recondition their bodies to make lasting changes. He joins Kate and Oliver on "Sibling Revelry" to share how people can create more fulfilled and happy lives, cure themselves of illnesses, and even stay sane during quarantine.Executive Producers: Kate Hudson, Oliver Hudson, and Sim SarnaProduced by Allison BresnickEditor: Josh WindischMusic by Mark HudsonThis show is brought to you by Cloud10 and powered by Simplecast.This episode is sponsored by Sakara.
How powerful is meditation? Well, billionaire Ray Dalio literally credits it as the primary reason for whatever success he’s had. Vishen Lakhiani uses it to bend reality. And Tim Storey meditates so that he can “think big in small places.” On this special Impact Theory clips show with Tom Bilyeu, those three guests, along with Joe Dispenza, Dr. Shefali, Robert Greene, Colin O’Brady and Molly Bloom describe the science, the experience, and the power of meditation. Find out exactly how meditation affects you biologically, how to instantly go into a meditative state, and why meditation has led so many extraordinary people to liberation, fearlessness, and success. This episode is brought to you by: Women of Impact Podcast hosted by Lisa Bilyeu: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/women-of-impact/id1435217865 Audible: Get 1 credit to pick any title and 2 Audible Originals from a monthly selection. Visit audible.com/impact or text IMPACT to 500-500 Better Help: Get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/impacttheory SHOW NOTES: Joe Dispenza explains how meditation affects you on a biological level [1:52] Dr. Shefali explains how meditation leads to the liberation of the self [4:55] Dr. Shefali’s meditation is the most basic type, just following your breath [7:01] Robert Greene talks about how he uses meditation to reset his mind every day [7:40] Vishen Lakhiani explains that meditation helps you bend reality [10:13] Surrendering and going within allows you to tap into your deep intuition [11:48] Colin O’Brady describes the ups and downs of learning to meditate [13:19] Molly Bloom pursued a crisis mindset (liberated and fearless) without being in a crisis [16:46] Tim Storey explains how to instantly go into a state of meditation [19:02] Meditation is to set your mind, so focus on a mindset of gratitude [20:36] Ray Dalio credits meditation and overcoming his ego for his success [21:50] QUOTES: Ray Dalio: “Meditation is fantastic. Meditation is the biggest gift I can give anyone. And I would say, more than anything, it is whatever reason for success I’ve had.” [21:56] Tim Storey: “Think big in small places.” [21:43] Vishen Lakhiani: “Meditation helps you bend reality.” [10:58] FOLLOW: Joe Dispenza: https://bit.ly/2JrmFmd Dr. Shefali: https://bit.ly/3blRcgQ Robert Greene: https://bit.ly/39kNrH6 Vishen Lakhiani: https://bit.ly/3dtFpPB Colin O’Brady: https://bit.ly/3br0PLi Molly Bloom: https://bit.ly/2Jh4b7z Tim Storey: https://bit.ly/2WEzLnT Ray Dalio: https://bit.ly/39hC1nM
“We are all faced with great opportunities brilliantly disguised as impossible situations.”QUESTIONSHow quickly can we heal trauma that’s been inside of us for decades? (4:33)Is the information trauma we are taking in more damaging than physical trauma? (6:56)What are ways to support our inner environment on a daily basis? (25:14)How do we brainwash ourselves in times of stress to believe in calm and peace? (29:43)What can someone who is in a very dark place begin to do to get relief? (34:26)How do we learn how to heal the heart when it’s not information taught by the world? (51:52)YOU WILL LEARNHow to change your health by changing your mind (2:15)How strengthening your inner environment will strengthen your immune system (14:00)The massive power of telling yourself a positive story about your future (21:03)Dr. Joe’s advice to anyone who is super stressed about coronavirus (44:53)Dr. Joe’s 60 second daily process to boost his internal environment (48:45)LINKS MENTIONEDBecoming SupernaturalBreaking the Habit of Being YourselfYou Are the PlaceboIf you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at http://www.lewishowes.com/933 and follow at instagram.com/lewishowes