Joe Dispenza, D.C.
Expanding TIC Into the Infinite
Dr. Dispenza is probably best known, both inside and outside the chiropractic profession, for his appearance in the 2004 film, “What the BLEEP Do We Know?” He has also authored numerous books that explore new discovering in neuroplasticity that reveal ways to remove interference to optimal potential. He has lectured on six continents, bringing his message of change and transformation to audiences in both corporate and public settings. Each time someone explores his website to discover more about his private and corporate training classes built on the neuroscience of change and development, he becomes an ambassador for chiropractic, with his website showing him as the proud holder of a Doctor of Chiropractic degree.
TCL is pleased to honor Dr. Dispenza for the size of his vision and his ability to expand chiropractic philosophy out into the Universe, with the clear understanding that Universal consciousness is being expressed through each of us in proportion to the degree of interference present within our nerve system and thought process. We are also pleased to honor and thank him for his ongoing support of the chiropractic profession by referring students to Life University’s College of Chiropractic.
TCL: For which professional achievements will you most want to be acknowledged?
Dispenza: Most recently, for being the author of You Are the Placebo: Making Your Mind Matter (2014), which is an Amazon Bestseller and hit the NY Times Bestseller List within a week of its release. In the future, for making scientific history recording what some might label “supernatural” effects of meditation and contemplation practices in people’s bodies.
TCL: What projects are you working on now (or have worked on recently) that you are most excited about and would like more people to know about?
Dispenza: Extensive research using functional imagery, heart rate variability, epigenetic changes, energetic changes around people’s bodies, and changes (often dramatic) in the ambient energy in the room – before, during, and after workshops – to measure the effects of meditation transformation and contemplative practices. And, making scientific history recording their supernatural effects in people’s bodies.
TCL: Are you writing or sharing anything about this work right now?
Dispenza: Yes, in a blog. You can find lots of great articles here: www.drjoedispenza.com/blog
TCL: Is there anything else you’d like to share with our readers?
Dispenza: Yes, Project Coherence. We have done two global meditations, the first one “live” and second one a replay of the first. Over 4000 people in 64 countries and 49 US States participated in the first one and about 2500 people from 55 countries were part of the second one. We plan to continue doing these “live” meditations from our Advanced Workshops. Here’s a link for anyone on Facebook interested in learning more:
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