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Hi Jessica,

Welcome to the forum.

First of all, before trying to answer partially to your questions, I want to be fair and tell that I don’t practice the meditations of Joe Dispenza (I practice lots of other techniques working in parallel). So you probably need complementary answers from persons who are using them.

For the water, my understanding - in mindfulness meditation that’s how it is used - the water rising is inside yourself and not outside your body. So it’s more a technique used with the aim of becoming able to feel your body, to scan every part of your body, as if water (of whatever liquid, and you can even choose to give it a color - with a positive and energetic or calming color)… as if water was rising inside your body. It’s more a concept in order to make possible to physically feel all our body : the skin, but also internally.
Practicing this way wouldn’t freak you out. But maybe it’s contrary of what Dispenza is teaching (in my memory, when I did this meditation, I understood that the water was rising inside the body, but maybe I misunderstood (I’m not English native).

2.  The second problem I have is the idea that I have to become nobody, no thing, and in no time.  But how to I visualize things changing in my life, my health, my situation if I am not myself?  He says in his books "when you make thought more real than anything else"  but how are my thoughts supposed to become real if I am nobody/thing/time?  I find this confusing and it throws my meditations off.

This question has already raised a dozen of times. I remember one or two persons who answered very precisely and efficiently to this question. One of them is Acoustic Di (if she reads us, maybe she can repeat her answer).
There are different threads on the forum titled about this subject. You can maybe try to search them.
I have myself an issue with that. And, as I don’t practice the meditation, I have forgotten those explanations.

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3. I have been trying to workout at the gym about 4-5 times per week.  But wouldn't doing something physically just serve as proof that I don't have any faith in the quantum field?

I don’t see why gym could be contrary with the faith in the quantum field. Your question sounds to me in the same way as if you were asking if, going on eating and drinking and sleeping, would prove that you don’t have any faith in the quantum field ;)
I even would reason in the contrary : when your faith in the quantum field would be real, it could lead you to make more gym (but it could lead you to many other ways as well, and they even can be combined, we cannot know it in advance).

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I felt like I had a good couple of weeks in the beginning and when a few things went wrong in my life I got extremely frustrated and haven't been in any type of routine since.  What's worse is i seem to have some serious resentment towards people who are becoming successful around me.  Friends who have "charmed" lives and I'm struggling, people who have optimal health while I am suffering with my health etc.  I find the jealousy overwhelming.

I know this kind of feeling. I hadn’t that in the past : I was envying people, but without resentment. Recently I began to feel more resentment. I don’t worry about that. These are legitimate emotions. I observe them, but I refuse to base my thoughts, attitude, and behaviors on them.

I hope this could help you a bit, and I hope other people will give other answers.
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I am new to the work of Dr. Joe and I'm having some issues with the meditations.

1. The water rising makes me freak out.  When the water gets to my face and I'm supposed to be totally submersed - the idea of drowning causes me extreme anxiety and I can't slow my breathing or calm down at all.  I understand the concept of induction etc... but in trying to make it as real in my mind as possible I actually just panic and have had to stop several times.  I'm not even afraid of water, but the idea of being completely underwater and the room being full to the top terrifies me, it doesn't relax me.

2.  The second problem I have is the idea that I have to become nobody, no thing, and in no time.  But how to I visualize things changing in my life, my health, my situation if I am not myself?  He says in his books "when you make thought more real than anything else"  but how are my thoughts supposed to become real if I am nobody/thing/time?  I find this confusing and it throws my meditations off.

3. I have been trying to workout at the gym about 4-5 times per week.  But wouldn't doing something physically just serve as proof that I don't have any faith in the quantum field?


I felt like I had a good couple of weeks in the beginning and when a few things went wrong in my life I got extremely frustrated and haven't been in any type of routine since.  What's worse is i seem to have some serious resentment towards people who are becoming successful around me.  Friends who have "charmed" lives and I'm struggling, people who have optimal health while I am suffering with my health etc.  I find the jealousy overwhelming.

Please help! I don't want to give up but I am feeling so frustrated!!
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General Discussion / Re: Years of nondual meditation leaving me confused
« Last post by phoenix88 on September 23, 2017, 04:17:05 AM »
Dear Surya,

When you feel hungry, do you eat or do you meditate?  Like it or not, as long as you have your body, you will have to deal with the desires/needs of your body.  Right now, your body is needing your attention.  And it is because of this that you discovered Joe's work.  The question is do you want to be healed of your condition or not?  Meditate on this and whatever answer you get follow that.  Trust in yourself.  Hope this helps.

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Speak with Fellow Event Participants / Re: London Progressive
« Last post by PerfectSunrise on September 22, 2017, 10:28:24 AM »
Thanks Lily, dropped you a quick email.
Cheers
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General Discussion / Re: Years of nondual meditation leaving me confused
« Last post by Calispera on September 20, 2017, 04:33:38 AM »
and I think one of my main issues is trusting my intuitive knowing - i can get overly analytical and although this has a place, it can be a great hinderance.

I understand your point, most of us are probably in the same case. The best way to learn to trust your intuitive knowing is to experiment it little by little (listening your intuition for many little facts). More you will experience and prove to yourself (to your analytical mind which don't believe it one second) more you will become able to accept that the pure logic reasoning is not the only one capable to lead your life, and even, that most solutions to our human problems come from somewhere else : intuition, heart, creativity, synchronicity, acceptance, etc. If you experiment it more and more, your mental will finally be cooperative with that. The most difficult issue is the confusion with the impulses, and the intuitions. The main difference is that the impulses always work with urgencies (being short of time). Intuitions are working in the serenity and allow always the delay for a decision or an action. That’s the principal way to learn to trust your true intuition.

In my daily life, I learn also to trust my intuition by using the muscle test for lots of many little choices (among other things). This is kind of “proving” me, that answers can come from somewhere else than my mental. There are lots of ways to do it, and the net can teach you how to learn it. it’s a learning process, it won’t come in one day. I’m still not always trusting it  after years (have sometimes contradictory answers). But most of the times it helps me.

Another way to feel comfortable with what comes to my mind intuitively and the decision I will take or not from that, is my stomach. If I put my decision in act and that I feel something (very little) embarrassing or irritating, at the level of my stomach, I know then that I must wait : changing my decision, or delaying the action.
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General Discussion / Re: Years of nondual meditation leaving me confused
« Last post by surya on September 19, 2017, 05:21:07 PM »
 all the replies are most helpful    really appreciate all of your comments.
and I think one of my main issues is trusting my intuitive knowing - i can get overly analytical and although this has a place, it can be a great hinderance.
thank you
surya
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General Discussion / Trying to get a hold of staff
« Last post by Elle on September 18, 2017, 12:48:28 PM »
Hello, I have sent several emails to events@drjoedispenza info@drjoedispenza and even trying to in my account to ask questions. I am very interested in going to Cabo San Lucas for October AFU. I wonder if there is a way for a person to get in touch with me with a phone number and all to call. I have been attempting for over 3 weeks now and the higher priced rooms are the only available as of now. Please let me know what it would take for response. Thank you for your time.
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General Discussion / Re: Years of nondual meditation leaving me confused
« Last post by naki on September 18, 2017, 07:31:19 AM »
Larry, the breath of fresh air!  Thank you for your response. I was hoping you would chip in.

Blessing.

P.S.  I saw someone in the Amsterdam airport that looked just like you, some 10 days ago.  This man was waiting for his next flight in the airport rest area and was obviously meditating...  I thought: could it be? 
But I dared not disturb.

Anyway, thank again.  Surya, I hope this helps you.

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General Discussion / Re: Years of nondual meditation leaving me confused
« Last post by Larry on September 18, 2017, 06:39:29 AM »
Dear Surya,

What would we do if we trusted our feelings?  It seems that you have had some great experiences from your meditation practice. Some inclination or feeling recently guided you to Joe’s work.  I would honor that new direction for you. For me the feelings are most important, when I am drawn to a new experience there is a knowing that it is right for me. How do I know?
It feels like anticipation, like going to a party or hiking a challenging trail. There may be some uncomfortable feelings as well, but that is when I know I am in a new place.

I am also wondering if you are asking “It is okay if I manifest health” My answer is that only you can decide.

Let us know what you think

Larry
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General Discussion / Science and religion
« Last post by pomzang on September 17, 2017, 09:12:57 PM »
       Joe Dispenza, a professor of international organizations, researchers, consultants, authors and educators. As a speaker and educator, he has been driven by the belief that everyone has the potential and ability are not limited to in a form easily understood courage and compassion he had to educate thousands of people. the specific details that led to the ability of the brain and the body to a lasting change how.
       In addition, Joe Dispenza also wrote several other books like You Are the Placebo, meditation, placebo-corrected first.

Meditation placebo 2
        When you find the sweet spot of the present moment and forget about yourself, the personality you've always been, you will have access to other possibilities that already exist in the quantum field. That's because you're not connected to the physical, mental and spiritual environment with the same period is forecast as well. In times past, the present and the future are not really existed. And you become conscious of pure thought alone. That is the moment you can change your body, change your environment and create a timeline for your life ...! "
       Atheism is a religion of Buddhism. And a religion that has a lot of respect for religions of the world. Second only to Christianity, Islam and Hinduism. The history of Buddhism since the modern era began. The announcement religion and Judaism, Buddhism is Buddha. Enlightenment on the 15th lunar month of Visakha or 6 months at the Bodhi Tree. District Leisure time Senanikom Bihar India 45 years before AD. Today this place called Bodh Gaya in Gaya town, about 11 kilometers away from the history of religion, Buddhism after the announcement. From the ubiquitous throughout India. 100 years after the Buddha's death had broken into sub-sects. The sect is Theravada and Mahayana.
       Meditation or meditation The practice is to use a stand steadfast and focused on one thing at a time. This helps practitioners achieve peace. The feeling or consciousness of living increase. Meditation is practiced for thousands of years. The first is the practice of religion. According to the tenets of religion or belief. Currently, meditation is widespread throughout the world. By applied to daily life, such as stress or help relax both body and mind. Including enhanced learning and working.

How to make a concentration in?
       Meditation or relaxation with meditation as an ingredient in many ways. By the way, aims to achieve peace and peace of mind. How do meditation to achieve a variety of ways.
       - How meditation with visualization (Guided Meditation) or visualization. (Visualization) is a way to practice the picture or situation that causes relaxation. You may use sensory stimuli such as touch, smell, visual and sound effects. This may have instructors who specialize or take action.
       - Mantra Healing Meditation or prayer (Mantra Meditation) is a way to practice reciting words or phrases repeatedly, as if it is prevented from being distracted or distracting thoughts. And the resulting concentrate
       - Practicing mindfulness or mindfulness (Mindfulness Meditation) is a way to achieve mindfulness meditation. Or is awake and on the present moment. The practitioners will practice the self-conscious or unconscious around with. Also of note, and focused on physical symptoms that occur during meditation, such as breathing through the nose. The thoughts and emotions. By trusting neutral Just recognize and let go.
       - Chi Kung (Qi gong) is a way to practice their Chinese heritage for a long time. A practice that combines meditation, relaxation, movement of the body. And breathing together The aim is to preserve and restore the body's physical and mental balance.
       - Tai Chi (Tai chi) of Chinese martial arts. The train is moving slowly aging, soft and elegant with breathing exercises.
       - Practicing Meditation Transcendental Meditation or TM meditation by reciting the word or phrase is given by the instructor. This training method will help adjust the body into a state of relaxation. And helps calm the mind. Without effort or concentration to practice a lot.
       - Yoga (Yoga) is practicing a series of Tata with breathing exercises. A practice that helps the body flexible and strong. And helps calm the mind and concentration.
A key element in meditation

       How meditation may require each property varies depending on the trainer. The key component of meditation include.
      - Focusing attention or concentrating on something.
      - to breathe a sigh of relief.
      - The place is quiet.
      - in a manner that is comfortable and appropriate.
      - rallied to open and release.

Benefits of Meditation
       Meditation with the treatment. Meditation can be practiced mental peace currently think. Also useful in helping to alleviate diseases and disorders in the body of some kind. The disease, which collapsed with stress (link deleted by Admin) which has studied the benefits of meditation are rising steadily, but on the other hand, it has some researchers. people who do not make conclusions about the benefits of meditation, however. Some of the research found. Meditation may help manage the symptoms of certain diseases or not.
      Meditation may help alleviate diseases or conditions such as.
      - Anxiety
      - depression
      - behavioral addictions such as drug, alcohol or nicotine.
      - Pain
      - Hot flushes the body (Hot flashes) in postmenopausal women.
      - Asthma
      - Cancer
      - Chronic Pain
      - heart disease
      - High blood pressure
      - Irritable Bowel Syndrome
      - Sleep problems
      - headache from stress

       Meditation and Emotional (Emotional well-being).
       Meditation has helped emotionally as well.
      - allows a new attitude for the better when you are in a situation that causes stress.
      - Added the ability to cope with stress.
      - Allowing them to make their own.
      - helps to focus on the present.
      - Reduce mood or negative.
      - Boosts their imagination and creativity.
      - Increased tolerance
      - Increase the efficiency of learning and work.
      Because meditation can cause symptoms associated with physically and mentally worse in some cases, patients should consult their doctor about the pros and cons of meditation to treat them carefully than it should. realize that meditation is not a method that will be used to substitute for medical treatment. But the only way that could be used to assist in the further treatment only.
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