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Becoming Supernatural is Easier Than You Think


            
                   Does wealth, health, and happiness exist in your life? Well, maybe it does or maybe it doesn’t. No matter what the situation is, we all would like to have more, right? If so, within this book lies a great secret about the law of attraction that nobody really talks about.  Dr. Joe Dispenza a neuroscientist explains how and why using meditation can help us tap into our greatest desires.

                For our manifestation to manifest before us, we must tap into the quantum field. To experience this field our 7 chakra points needs to flow in harmony. There must be no energy blockages. We also must remain present while connecting to the quantum field, because all possibilities exist in the present moment. Entering the quantum field can also be achieved by a walking meditation, which connects us to nature and our surroundings.

                The chapter that stood out to me was chapter 11 “Space-Time and Time-Space”. This chapter contains Dr. joe’s final meditation guide in the book. This meditation is composed of previous meditations and they are all combined into one. With this super meditation guide, I feel that I’m able to connect with the quantum field faster and stronger.

                BecomingSuperNatural, is a book that contains tons of information that is worth checking out. I give this book a 5 out of 5 stars. It has multiple meditation guides, Dr. Joe’s Biography, studies of the 7 chakra points, real-life testimonials, scientific facts that back up his teachings, and so much more. This book is worth reading over and over again because you will always find something new. You can get your own copy here or down below. Happy reading!

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Synopsis From The Book

The author of the New York Times bestseller You Are the Placebo, as well as Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself and Evolve Your Brain, draws on research conducted at his advanced workshops since 2012 to explore how common people are doing the uncommon to transform themselves and their lives. Becoming Supernatural marries the some of the most profound scientific information with ancient wisdom to show how people like you and me can experience a more mystical life.

Readers will learn that we are, quite literally supernatural by nature if given the proper knowledge and instruction, and when we learn how to apply that information through various meditations, we should experience a greater expression of our creative abilities; that we have the capacity to tune in to frequencies beyond our material world and receive more orderly coherent streams of consciousness and energy; that we can intentionally change our brain chemistry to initiate profoundly mystical transcendental experiences; and how, if we do this enough times, we can develop the skill of creating a more efficient, balanced, healthy body, a more unlimited mind, and greater access to the realms of spiritual truth. Topics include:

   • Demystifying the body’s 7 energy centers and how you can balance them to heal
   • How to free yourself from the past by reconditioning your body to a new mind
   • How you can create reality in the generous present moment by changing your energy
   • The difference between third-dimension creation and fifth-dimension creation
   • The secret science of the pineal gland and its role in accessing mystical realms of reality
   • The distinction between Space-Time vs. Time-Space realities


And much more...

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