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Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind

Evolve Your Brain The Science of Changing Your Mind Take Your First Step Toward True EvolutionEver wonder why you repeat the same negative thoughts in your head Why you keep coming back for from hurtful family members friends or significant others Wh

  • Title: Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind
  • Author: Joe Dispenza
  • ISBN: 9780757304804
  • Page: 292
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Take Your First Step Toward True EvolutionEver wonder why you repeat the same negative thoughts in your head Why you keep coming back for from hurtful family members, friends, or significant others Why you keep falling into the same detrimental habits or limiting attitudes even when you know that they are going to make you feel bad Dr Joe Dispenza has spent decadeTake Your First Step Toward True EvolutionEver wonder why you repeat the same negative thoughts in your head Why you keep coming back for from hurtful family members, friends, or significant others Why you keep falling into the same detrimental habits or limiting attitudes even when you know that they are going to make you feel bad Dr Joe Dispenza has spent decades studying the human mind how it works, how it stores information, and why it perpetuates the same behavioral patterns over and over In the acclaimed film What the Bleep Do We Know he began to explain how the brain evolves by learning new skills, developing the ability to concentrate in the midst of chaos, and even healing the body and the psyche.Evolve Your Brain presents this information in depth, while helping you take control of your mind, explaining how thoughts can create chemical reactions that keep you addicted to patterns and feelings including ones that make you unhappy And when you know how these bad habits are created, it s possible to not only break these patterns, but also reprogram and evolve your brain, so that new, positive, and beneficial habits can take over.This is something you can start to do right now You and only you have the power to change your mind and evolve your brain for a better life for good.

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    1. If you have any interest in neuroscience and neuroplasticity this is a book for you. Especially if you are curious about the subject but are not sure where to start. Dr. Dispenza breaks down the whole system and its processes in an engaging but simultaneously extremely educational way. Even if you are not a science geek you'll be able to follow his explanations. I must admit that I found the whole physiology/neurology refresher extremely useful. This book is followed by Breaking The Habit of Bei [...]


    2. Very thought provoking (pun intended :-)) My oversimplified summary is:1. Most of us spend much of our lives on "autopilot" and are essentially addicted to being ourselves to include our emotions, attitudes and most everything that we are.2. We build ourselves from childhood in the same way that we learn to ride a bicycle, for example. It is difficult at first and requires our utmost attention but we eventually wire our brain so that no conscious thought is necessary other than to decide to ride [...]


    3. This book is life changing. Seriously. If you're open to it though.but that's the premise of the book, to change your thoughts, your way of thinking, your life. I hate to call it a self help book because it really isn't. It's more than that because it goes deeper and is more "scientific based" but you don't get lost in it. A must read if you want to get unstuck.


    4. I just started reading this. I opened it up to an interesting nugget. Page 150: Birth-Age 2, 67% of a babies calories are used to nourish her growing brain. 5/6s of the brain's development takes place AFTER birth. From the back cover: he explains how thoughs create chemical reactions that keep you addicted to patterns and feelings (sad, happy, etc) and that's it possible to rewire those patterns. You can reprogram and evolve your brain. Dr. Joe Dispenza from "What the Bleep Do We Know" is the au [...]


    5. The book is horribly written, even if the first 50 pages showed some promise of enlightening the audience. The narrative, however, could have excised well over 200 pages. The main problems are that the author decides after that first 50 pages to offer an introductory primer in basic neurology. Most lay people will gloss over it because it is too difficult and those with anatomy background will find it boring and skip it. The author also seems to be a narcissist who relies far too much on his own [...]


    6. I know it seems like this has had a positive impact on people's lives, which is awesome, but for people that are already aware of the brain and neuroplasticity, this will be a bit dull and repetitive. Most of the book discusses brain structures, what they do and how they work, and things we know that influence the brain's functioning. It felt a bit like intro to biology all over again. There is also a heavy focus on meditation. We know the positive effects of it, but sometimes the author's ideas [...]


    7. I read this book as I was going through radiation therapy for carcinoid tumors, and it gave me a dose of courage and hope that everything was going to turn out okay after all.Dr. Joe Dispenza is perhaps best known for appearing in the film "What the BLEEP Do We Know!?" and its sequel, "Down the Rabbit Hole." That was how I first learned of him, and that is why I became interested in reading his book. In a nutshell, his book describes his own experiences with severe, life-altering injuries and pa [...]


    8. One can think that; are we not conscious living beings? After reading this book it reveals to me that, that is not the fact. We are all under the influence of our bodies. But once we can start using our frontal lobe which means becoming conscious then we are free-willed beings. The important message in this book is that changing who we are will effect the future generations. And it will be our legacy to be a more evolved human civilisation. We should start to use our frontal lobe. I highly recom [...]



    9. This could have been made into a 100 page book instead of 510. It was a comprehensive introduction to neurology - way too much information. In the end there was very little really practical help, as in, do xyz. The advice could have been summarized as "you can change your body by focusing your thoughts". There were some good nuggets of information in there, but 510 pages was too long a commitment to get those infrequent morsels.Also, the title is misleading - this isn't about 'evolving' your bra [...]



    10. I can't stop talking about this book. Dr. Joe Dispenza is a chiropractor (among many other things)and one of the commentators from the Quantum Mechanics Documentary 'What the Bleep Do We Know?'I went to a book signing and heard him speak and was so inspired I bought 2 books on the spot. It explains the science of the brain, and neuroplasticity, that is: the brain's ability to change and evolve-- and that everyone has the capability to do this, any time in life. The power to break bad thought hab [...]


    11. The first 100 pages are life changing.unfortunately after that it gets a little too involved as to how the brain works for me. I mean he gets into every single section of the brain and what chemicals go where and how the neurons fire off in different directions, it just got to be too much for my non-brain surgeon mind. But having said that it's still an incredible transformational book. Looking forward to reading his next one.


    12. Evolve Your Brain is the best informational book that I've read this year. I gravitate toward this genre because that's how my mind works. I like learning about obscure facts that no one pays attention to. Joe Dispenza does an excellent job at mapping out the brain and explaining how your emotions and motor skills works. Personally, my brain is wired differently from most others. Due to my disability, I have no control of my body besides my foot. (I'm typing this review now with my toes.) The br [...]


    13. VERY in depth, scientific explanations for how the brain works and interacts with your body, emotions, mind. Excellent to fall asleep to - but really also very fascinating. Biggest takeaway: the juxtaposition of Buddhist monks working from the inside of their brains to achieve the same as brain scientists examining the brain from the outside: greater understanding and ability to use to one's own benefit.It doesn't really matter if that 'spiritual stuff' is real or not, believing it and triggerin [...]


    14. I should have listened to this book first before listening to the sequel Breaking The Habit of Being Yourself. This book goes into depth about the science of synaptic wiring and how we become addicted to our habits and feelings and moreover addicted to the all the chemicals being produced by our bodies. This is an intriguing exposition on how the brain works and how we can overcome addictions and habits. I feel extremely empowered to break my addictions.


    15. This book blows the doors off mere positive thinking by explaining in an engaging manner how our cells can become addicted to the chemicals produced by certain emotional states. The author provides compelling scientific and real-life evidence that proves we can rewire the neural connections in our brain to create the life we want to enjoy. If this book was part of every high school science or psychology curriculum we would empower the next generation to break free from all limiting thinking and [...]


    16. What a great in depth book about how our brain creates the mind and what kind of changes then occur . I really liked it, and I can easily recommend to someone who is looking for in depth book about biology of the brain and mind.


    17. Lot from the basics, not needed if you are a science background. A lot of cohort studies mentioned. In the end it gets boring a bit, yet finally the author conveys the message very clearly. I love the way he explains his research.



    18. Titlul te face să crezi că-i o altă demagogie, pentru a face bani. Este însă o incursiune serioasă și detaliată în ceea ce înseamnă creierul uman.


    19. Uselessly long. The chapters about the functioning of the brain were interesting but the rest of the book could be summarised in less than a 1/4 of its actual length.




    20. This book really blew my mind about our brain and how it works. With this book my interest in neuroscience turned into a hobby.


    21. Science backing some of the spiritual knowledge. Very good starting point that is quite accessible for all. Just don't expect much beyond the essence of visualization and meditation.



    22. GoodreadVery informative about the brain and how to change yourself . Very informative research from many different areas of the scientific community.


    23. Our brain is plastic and can evolve.At the beginning of this book, the author tells us of his almost “miraculous” experience with the power of his mind. Following a serious sport accident, which compromised his mobility, Dispenza managed to get back in top form thanks to the techniques of cognitive concentration he was able to implement. Not that I did not want to believe this story, but I was quite skeptical after this opening. I asked myself: will it be one of those self-help books that pr [...]


    24. Finally finished this book. The point of the book is very simple, use your imagination and visualization to change your reality. The author Joe Dispenza had a life threatening accident and the doctors suggested that he needed to get surgery right away or else he would end up paralyzed below the waist. He decided not to listen to the doctors and went on his instinct and knowledge about the potential of his body and brain power to cure himself. Not only did he cure himself in 6 months, he is now t [...]


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