SPIRITUAL SCIENCE: A Blessing – Not a Curse
"My oncologist looked in my eyes and said, 'What are you doing? You are a walking miracle!' I said, 'Dr Dispenza.'
"By the time Fulga received a diagnosis of stage 4 cancer, she had tumors the size of eggs from her brain down to her legs. And, while everyone around her told her she was running out of time, Fulga told herself a different story. "First, I said: No. I'm not going to give up," she says. "And I promised myself I'm not going to die."
Recorded at the Cancun Week Long Advanced Retreat in June 2022
A Blessing – Not a Curse
drjoedispenza on YouTube
Published Oct 21, 2022
6:43 viewing length
"The stories we tell ourselves – about our memories, our past, and our struggles; our interaction with certain people, objects, and things – are familiar to us, so let's call them the known. We identify with them; they become who we think we are – and, ultimately, our personality.
"That's because reliving the past fires and wires the same circuits in the same ways – reproducing the same mind – and works our bodies into an emotional froth of chemicals. Biologically, as well as subconsciously, we become our past. We believe the old story and behave as if it is our truth – until we become it."
Dr. Joe Dispenza
This commment is unpublished.· 4 months agoThere is so much to change before and after our minds are nailing that pain.
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