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Quote from: BumblebeeThat's when a friend told me about Mr. Joe Dispenza.
Quote from: Bora137Bach remedies. These are flower remedies which I would think a lot of people on here have come across.
Quote from: BumblebeeI totally adhere to Seth's "You create your own reality". Through out the years, I have tried to apply this the best I could to let my Higher Self shine through. My biggest challenge has always been identifying my limiting beliefs. Once I do, I have trouble knowing how to change them. Simply saying affirmations doesn't work for me, and I have a tendency of bringing myself down every time I still act according to them. I tried Seth's exercises, but I felt there was a core of unhealthy beliefs that I couldn't untangle. My efforts to change my thoughts impacted my behaviors temporarily, but sooner or later my limiting habits slowly crept back in.Since I was a teenager, I go back and forth into depression. Ironically this is always my wake-up call. That's when I realize I am off course and my limiting thoughts have taken over. And so I start the work again.
Quote from: DebQuote from: BumblebeeThat's when a friend told me about Mr. Joe Dispenza.Thank you for this topic!I love Dr. Joe, went to several of his workshops until he priced himself out of my range. I'm sure people here on SoS are tire of me talking about him. He's brilliant, his spinal injury recovery story is nothing short of amazing, and he has helped heal so many people. Little known trivia about him: he was a disciple of Ramtha (JZ Knight) way back when, appears in the "What the Bleep?" documentary, which is probably where I first heard about him. At my first JD workshop (maybe 15 of us?) I asked him about his Ramtha days and he seemed very almost embarrassed about that. I can't tell you how much I appreciate him!I'm so glad he's helped you. I had some amazing experiences at his workshops. He was maybe the first proponent of "change you mind, change your life." Very much in alignment with Seth. I feel his Placebo book is priceless, it really helped me understand the power of the mind. I've enjoyed his guided meditations, once I got over his droning, lol. Have you done any of his walking meditations?And yes, daily practice is what drives it all home.Dr. Burns seems to have a new approach to recognizing and changing thinking habits, thanks for bringing him to the surface. I'll definitely look into his book. While depression is not a big part of my life, I've been there, as well as limiting beliefs. Quote from: Bora137Bach remedies. These are flower remedies which I would think a lot of people on here have come across.Ah, yes. I used to have two African Grey parrots. They are very anxious, nervous creatures. Bach's Rescue Remedy was recommended to calm them when they had to be transported, or groomed, or were stressed in any way. And it worked. Seth (and Dr. Joe) would say it's your belief that is at work, and not the remedy. But Seth also said that our bodies know how to use natural remedies better than lab-produced chemicals. I can say I was open minded to the Bach remedy, but I'm sure my parrots had no clue about it at all. And yet it seemed to work.
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QuoteIn 1986, when she was 43 with three children and unhappily married to her second husband, she reportedly suffered from depression, agoraphobia, overeating and addiction to codeine and alcohol. She called her insurance company for help, and was referred to Hope House in Los Angeles, a women's counseling center that has since closed. After two weeks at the house, she reportedly experienced an epiphany in her thinking which created a way for her to challenge and lessen the harmful effects of long-held beliefs.
QuoteThe Diamond Sutra begins with the simple act of begging. I was very touched when I heard that the Buddha begged for his food. Since he understood how the universe works, he knew that he was always taken care of, and he didn't see himself in the position of a lofty transcendent being, or even of a spiritual teacher. He refused to be treated as someone special, someone who should be waited on by his students.
QuoteWhen I woke up to reality in 1986, I realized that all my suffering had come from arguing with what is. I had been deeply depressed for many years, and I had blamed the world for all my problems. Now I saw that my depression had nothing to do with the world around me; it was caused by what I believed about the world. I realized that when I believed my thoughts, I suffered, but that when I didn't believe them, I didn't suffer, and that this is true for every human being. Freedom is as simple as that.
Quote from: SenaThis is what Byron Katie wrote about her depression:QuoteWhen I woke up to reality in 1986, I realized that all my suffering had come from arguing with what is. I had been deeply depressed for many years, and I had blamed the world for all my problems. Now I saw that my depression had nothing to do with the world around me; it was caused by what I believed about the world. I realized that when I believed my thoughts, I suffered, but that when I didn't believe them, I didn't suffer, and that this is true for every human being. Freedom is as simple as that.
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