Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Dr. Joe Dispenza

 

 

In “Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One", Dr. Joe Dispenza combines neuroscience, brain chemistry, biology, quantum physics and genetics to show us that we truly can change reality and the way we think, based on the ancient knowledge and wisdom behind the creative powers we truly possess.

Dr. Dispenza shares scientific research and knowledge in simple steps that are easy to apply in areas you want to change in your life.

Thousands of people he has spoken to all around the world through workshops have applied these principles to shape their reality from the inside out.

Previously experiencing changes within my own reality, based on a few techniques he shares in the book, was what led me to purchase the book in the first place.

Dr. Joe takes what I have previously experienced to a deeper level and validating it with the science behind how it occurred; offering greater opportunity to go even further with shaping a reality that honors and acknowledges our true essence, value and worth.

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Regardless of whether or not you were for or against the march of women over the weekend, the one component that activated inspiration was witnessing masses of women using their minds, voices and bodies in unity with one another.  

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Till Next Time,

Namaste,

 Valerie

Updates to website

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Are Carrots healthy For You?

Read a great article about carrots from the ezine Eating Healthy by Verywell.  I use carrots in a multitude of ways, especially since they are good for the eyes and have great fiber.  I actually made a kale and black eye pea soup with carrots included that was so tasty! As we mature, our bodies produce less enzymes and raw veggies are great for that.  Since this is a veggie that does contain sugars, just be mindful of the amount you consume, otherwise get creative with them, as they are available year round in most markets!

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