for answers. Since it has connections to all other parts
of the brain, it taps in to neurological
circuits that have stored information,
either from things you’ve learned
intellectually or things you’ve
experienced, and it seamlessly
pieces them together. When
these circuits start firing in
tandem, you get a new idea
or a clear image in your
mind of what you want.
That’s called intention.
The next step is to
begin to feel the elevated
emotions of what it would
be like to have that experience
ahead of the actual event. Your
body doesn’t know the difference
between the emotions you feel
from experiences in your life and
those you create by thought alone. So your body begins
to believe it’s living in that future reality, and you begin
changing your state of being. You begin to install the
neurological hardware in your brain by mentally rehearsing
your actions to look like the experience has already
occurred. Now your body stops living in the past because
you have conditioned it to a new future.
That means you no longer have to wait for your new
relationship to feel love, for example, or for your success
to feel abundance. That’s the old model of reality that’s
dependent on something changing in your outer world
to take away your lack or the emptiness within you. The
quantum model of reality is that the moment you start
feeling wholeness and gratitude, your healing begins.
If you do it right often enough, you begin to change
neurologically, biologically, chemically, hormonally,
genetically, and even energetically.
Finally, you have to surrender the outcome of how your
intention will manifest. After all, if you can predict how
it’s going to happen, that’s the known. A new experience,
however, is the unknown. Creation comes in that moment
when you finally let go of who you think you are so you
can get beyond yourself. When you take your attention
off of your identity, off your body, and off your emotions
and habits, you stop thinking about the predictable future
or the familiar past and you fall into the present moment.
You become pure consciousness. You’re no longer
operating as a physical being in a three-dimensional
reality. You’ve gone through the door of the quantum,
where infinite possibilities exist.
In that elegant present moment, you have
to trust that something greater is going to
organize the experience you’re creating in a
way that’s right for you. But you can’t try or
wish or hope. You can’t force or control.
That’s the old model, and it doesn’t work.
You have to surrender.
In doing all this, you must
sustain that elevated level of
energy for an extended period of
time. If you’re feeling the gratitude
connected to your future outcome,
I have to warn you that the hardest part about change
is not making the same choices you made the day before.
Change feels uncomfortable because you can no longer
predict what is likely to happen. Since your body has been
emotionally conditioned to the past, it will always want
to cling to the familiar. The moment you step into that
unknown, your body starts saying, “Start tomorrow. This
is not a good day. You’re too much like your mother. It’s
If you respond to those thoughts as if they’re true,
those same thoughts always lead to the same choices.
The same choices always lead to the same behaviors. The
same behaviors create the same redundant experiences,
and the same experiences produce the same emotions.
When that happens, you’ll think, This feels right, but the
truth is it feels familiar.
The challenge is to become comfortable in that place of
uncertainty because that is the perfect place in which to
create. Once you understand that, you start to crave the
unknown—and that’s when your adventure begins.
This article was adapted from a
December 2017 interview Joe Dispenza
gave to Debra Moffitt on her Unity
Online Radio show, Divinely Inspired
Living, airing Tuesdays at 9 a.m. (CT)
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