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In a parallel topic, Admin said :

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The newsletter takes a lot of work to put together and often we struggle to find relevant material to share.  We therefore encourage our forum members to share with us the things that they have found to be educational or inspirational, so that we can in turn pass them on to our newsletter audience (if deemed to be appropriate.)

So, I create this topic to make suggestions of videos or other material that could be of interest for the Dr. Joe Dispenza newsletter, keeping in mind that the Encephalon team is free to make use of it or not.

And this is the first video I choose to propose :

I discovered it yesterday, travelling between all my bookmarks and between links on internet.
I already knew Lilou Mace who produces those videos (I participated a while to a forum she initiated on the web), I've read a book from Bruce Lipton (The biology of beliefs), and have seen several interviews of him. On this one, he is talking about the cultural creatives, which is an interesting concept invented by a sociologist in the USA trying to make recognizable, people that are on a new path in their evolution, and who potentially are the one who will be responsible of a paradigm change in the World.
So this is a very interesting video for the 3 reasons : Lilou Mace, Bruce Lipton and the cultural creatives subject.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y46XtnZTFAU


I have more than a dozen other videos waiting, but 30' is already good enough to begin ;)

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Here are three more suggestions for the newsletter :

A short one :
The mind : Alan Watts

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=emHAoQGoQic


This one I already gave on another thread. The text is really really good, images are touching the right place, and Alan Watts brings so many concepts together with so much sense : worrying to worry, running for distraction, being slaves of our thoughts, leaving our thoughts by decanting.

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http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8agq2_jill-bolte-taylor-soustitre-francai_tech


This is really a must. But maybe it has already be transmitted on the newsletter. I don't remember how I got in touch with it.
Jill Bolte Taylor is telling her own story, during a TED conference of +/- 18 minutes : a stroke lived from the inside by a scientist specialized in the brain.
It's wonderfully making the link between a starting scientific point of view, to pass to a very personal and spiritual aspect, and it's really touching.


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Something that can help those who are meditating without audio guidance :

mindfulness bell programmable :
http://www.mindfulnessdc.org/bell/index.html

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Calispera:  Very much appreciated!

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From another thread... Brain Games series! Excellent!

http://drjoedispenza.com/forum/index.php/topic,260.0.html
Sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.  — Lewis Carroll

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRLJscAlk1M

As long as we are not part of the solution, we are part of the problem. Not at a collective level, but at an individual level.

Changing our beliefs, changing our mind, changing our attitudes, changing our behaviors, are part of the solution.

It doesn't imply only to believe what is proposed, it implies above all, to act concretely, not only to be sober in what we are using  on this planet at an individual level, but also to transform ourselves deeply enough to make possible that others will take the same path after us.

Because our personal transformation will not only have individual consequences through our acts, but it will most importantly play a rôle, at another level that is no more dependent on our own will, in making possible and easier the transformation of others.

Those who are conscious of this, are much more responsible than others, to put it into action.

And if you read this and are member of this forum, you are most probably on the first line for this responsibility.

Think about it ;)

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I've just watched the following video from the last Newsletter of Joe Dispenza, and my enthusiasm is huge.

http://180nutrition.com.au/180-tv/dr-mario-martinez-mind-body-code/?inf_contact_key=58ca49ada24697e94d363fb6ea3569d00935345e7fc2607a7c2dd27026b73deb

This video lasts a bit less than an hour. I think that it's very complementary to the content of Joe  Dispenza's books.

What Mario Martinez is telling speaks so much to me. It's confirming lots of things that I already experienced or knew, but it gives many more other informations with a so big coherence, so great  logic.
I really loved it, and advise to everybody to go and watch it.

Mario Martinez interviewed hundreds of centenarians in four continents and learned how they could reach this age, staying in good mental and body health.
And if nutrition and movement are useful for aging correctly, the real reasons are else. It has to do with our beliefs about aging and about health. It has to do with our perspectives in life, and our psychological circumstances : helplessness combined with subservience have for example a very bad influence.

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Re: Suggestions of videos or other material for Dr Joe Dispenza Newsletter
« Reply #6 on: August 01, 2016, 08:06:17 PM »
I love Mario, I've been listening to him for a couple of years. There are several really good interviews on Sounds True's Insights at the Edge if you want to hear more of his research.

This one had TONS of great information in it that I needed to hear and take action on.

Thanks for the share.
Sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.  — Lewis Carroll

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Re: Suggestions of videos or other material for Dr Joe Dispenza Newsletter
« Reply #7 on: August 02, 2016, 02:28:36 AM »
Hi Acoustic Di,

I let myself tempted by the webinar proposed on his website, and have listened to more than 3/4 of it. But I don't find the time anymore to listen to the last 50 minutes (because, for instance, I've read the booklet "Appreciation" - I have probably still have to learn a lot in "time management" ;) ).

I would like to read his book, the mind body code, but I didn't find a translation in French (not yet translated I presume), so, it's maybe a good thing, otherwise I'll have a problem to find the time to read it ;)

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The last months, I didn’t have time or energy to look at all the newsletters from Joe Dispenza. I keep them above, on my email box, because I know that they are relevant.

But today, I received the last newsletter, and have taken a look at it immediately. And I have to acknowledge that I really appreciated the article from Joe Dispenza, as the videos of Bruce Lipton (as always) and the TedX conference of Daniel Amen, incredibly convincing.

About the latter, I really appreciate the comment telling that the psychiatrists are the only medical specialists that don’t look at the organ they treat. This is a so relevant assertion. Once told it appears as so evident and even revolting.

What he shows on the video is giving comprehension and lots of hope about what we can do on ourselves or help to do for others. It seemed to me so obvious with the example of Alzheimer patients.

About the article on heart intelligence, what Joe Dispenza is telling appears to me more and more fundamental in my daily life. Rationality is one thing, but love has to master it. Love (compassion, empathy, generosity, affection, respect, indulgence), has to lead our life. Rationality has to obey to love. Fears, pain, hate, and derivatives are taking more place by lack of love, and inversely they can lost their importance in presence of love.
Every present moment filled with love builds health and fulfillment.

And about the video of Bruce Lipton, I retain in particular the explanation about the benefit of crossing our members in order to help both of our brains working together, that’s why walking and jogging have such a good effect on our mental.

I really advize you to go and take a look at the content of this newsletter. All the more so, as the videos are not very long.

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I would like to highlight the last newsletter of Joe Dispenza. I still haven’t read or seen everything of it, but there are 2 videos that are really amazing, and one of them is real huge.

The first one (13’50’’) will please all the people who don’t like too much the new life attitude being brought by our smartphone. For others, maybe it can make an insight in order to use it differently.
I don’t have one, and refuse to have one. And seeing this video comforts me 1000 times to not have one in the future.

http://www.cbsnews.com/news/brain-hacking-tech-insiders-60-minutes/?inf_contact_key=258269fdb2cf1438b8a769ebdc0049df71136a0f791e834c12b017e5df1a00ff

The second one (14’24’’), everybody should see it.
It’s even translated in 46 langages, and there is even the text transcription available in each langage.

Not only stress can be seen and used as a positive lever in our live instead of a problem, but our capacity in acting with altruism, in being able to ask help and in being able to trust others is a guarantee to cope best with stress and to live longer healthy.
Socializing is "the" way to cope best with stress and stay healthy.

And, I make the hypothesis that it is the ultimate way to heal from a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. I mean, there are already good techniques or methods, like EFT and EMDR, and Somatic Experiencing, or others; but what is presented here in this video can probably finalize this work much further.

https://www.ted.com/talks/kelly_mcgonigal_how_to_make_stress_your_friend/transcript?language=fr

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This is a very good lecture on quantum physics by Tom Campbell who was one of the scientists working along with
the late Robert Monroe a researcher of out of body experiences.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhMIz_iJtzQ

Enjoy.

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Thank you for the recommendation.  Excellent material.