Bridging Science and Spirituality - Supporting Dr Joe Dispenza's Work
Many years ago, I briefly read about quantum physics but have yet to give my full attention to the subject; however, instinctively, I felt quantum physics was relevant to me for some reason. Years later, I came across Dr Joe Dispenza, a scientist, teacher, lecturer and award-winning author, whose research showed that quantum manifestation creates a new preset reality by embodying the feelings from your future reality by letting go of the past and replacing negative thoughts that correspond with your emotions from the future. He discovered that you can change or transcend your ego, the “I”, or your negative thoughts by being conscious of your negative subconscious mind that tends to rule the conscious mind. This process promotes the idea that you can let go of bringing the past to your present reality that controls how you feel, think and live. Therefore, unlearning habitual thinking processes depends on certain brain chemicals and waves. These stem from the low energy fields of your inner and outer environment developing into conditional and addictive, and hence without your awareness, you are naturally reliving your past.
Dr Joe Dispenza's work supports research that bridges science and spirituality, and he has repeatedly demonstrated through scientific findings that continuing and maintaining reliving your past into your present creates further distress, illness and diseases and heightens mental health. Instead, you could imagine your future goal: being, living or working and feeling the emotions associated with your desired destination. Experiencing your plan: health, career, abundance, and improved relationships in the present with your body and mind will alter brain chemicals by committing to practising these altered states of consciousness. The outcome when these dreams become a reality is not according to your timing but the universal timing, therefore, letting go of control and when. He emphasises you must lose the connection to the past, including embodying the belief of lack that keeps the person tied to negative vibrations that induce anger, resentments, jealousy, wants, needs, should, depression, anxiety, greed, guilt, unworthiness, low self-esteem, frustration, longing, envy, insecurities, judgmental, controlling, victimisation, worry, bitter, which are all buried in the subconscious mind.
It’s been said that the subconscious mind is the mind-body; therefore, we act out these low frequencies (and positive states) consumed by the body, creating chemical imbalances in the brain and body. Thus, we succumb to living in survival mode representing those feelings or state of being mentioned above. Dispenza says in survival mode, “We become self-indulgent, self-centred, and self-important, full of self-pity and self-loathing.” Prolonged negative states wire the brain in a certain way; thus, we mirror the brain’s chemical imbalances, which is also my view that creates a false self.
This is where I come in supporting Dispenza’s scientific findings by in-cooperating psychological concepts such as the false self. The idea of the false self is nothing new; if I’m not mistaken was first introduced in the 1960s by Dr Donald Winnicott, an exceptionally influential paediatrician and psychoanalyst.
In Why We Make Bad Choices: The God’s Labyrinth of Good and Evil Encountering the Self, I highlight the importance of suffering that pulls us to be self-aware of the false ego that can block us from quantum manifestations. I consider, and I think, he also speaks about the entrenched false self that feeds off the enduring imbalance of brain chemicals that manifests into persistent and durable negative personality traits that seem to be challenging to unlearn or break the habitual patterns.
Sometimes, when I listen to or read Dispenza’s work, it comes across as an easy task to sit and meditate, and yes requires continuum practice. Still, I believe it is necessary to have a baseline or a level of self-belief; otherwise, how can you start to take in what you have listened to or try the meditation? However, this is not always the case, as he has demonstrated. Nevertheless, Dispenza did say that when you are under the stress hormone cortisol, it is doubtful that you will be able to manifest your desired goal since you are not open to higher vibrations and heart frequencies.
In my book, I have reiterated the importance of bringing the false self into consciousness to tear down the walls of these negative traits and become aware of the distorted defence mechanisms that maintain the distance from integrating the authentic self. Connecting to the authentic self will eventually raise your vibrations, reconnecting to the higher self or, Dispenza says, the divine self, which I also spoke about in the book. The quantum manifestations dare you to confront and shed the layers of your false self to step into the unknown realm of fulfilling your passions that you possibly denied yourself. Why We Make Bad Choices offers ways of challenging the self to become conscious and to understand ourselves on collective biases.
Dispenza operates from the cognitive neuroscience that links with spirituality that illustrates ways of becoming self-aware to produce your “garden of Eden.” On the other hand, I, in this blog, am concerned with the oldest part of the unconscious mind, the collective unconscious, which has been suggested to transmit through brain structures. If that is the case, the collective unconscious is possibly embedded through specific brain dynamics. God’s spiritual and soul nature of your understanding exists through the interconnection of your body and mind. Joe Dispenza lectures on the heart qualities associated with the higher consciousness, the divine, and the soul representing the ”I” YOU as the divine creator. He says that by working on connecting with the heart qualities, you are effectively activating certain brain chemicals, such as oxytocin, that create good feelings and positive thoughts, which are fundamental ingredients for manifestation.
In my view, unsaid rules support Dr Joe Dispenza's work for the quantum field to exist for you to work on activating the heart qualities, therefore triggering specific brain chemicals that replace low-frequency energies that feed the survival mode of being –the false self. The heart is the centre of human consciousness because love and the brain reside. I liked how Dr Amour, in Fahad Basheer’s article (suggestive reading - see below), described the brain:
Bridging science and spirituality further shows “The idea of functional “heart brain.” His research revealed that the heart has a complex intrinsic nervous system that is sufficiently refined to qualify as a “little brain” in its own right due to its independent existence.”
(“Neuroradiology: The Brain in the Heart - Blogger”)
Dr Joe Dispenza's research demonstrates bridging science and spirituality; for example, the little brain is connected to the nervous system. Dr Joe Dispenza's work shares that the nervous system is the doorway first and last thing and night to the subconscious mind; thus, if you look after how you treat your heart, not only physically, like exercise and what you eat but, importantly how you treat yourself and others, you are relearning how to enter the quantum world.
Secondly feeding your heart with good stuff naturally, you will likely fall in love with yourself and enter the realm of the unseen that can be described as God’s world – the garden of Eden, where God reveals Eden to you that resides inside of you, not outside of you! Chasing and manipulating events to manifest only creates distrust in your power.
Metaphorically, I utilised the biblical myth Genesis 1-3 for a deeper understanding of human nature, to describe there is a battle between good and evil inside and outside of ourselves, and to integrate the symbolic theme of the garden of Eden is possibly win over our dark side – the false self that I describe in my book reflecting the low frequencies Dispenza speaks about in detail in his books, videos and lectures.
Since I have worked on myself a great deal and continue to do so has given me a head start in following and practising his work. But I have slipped back into the old thinking patterns. However, because of the foundation I have built, I have returned to a positive state by practising his principles. If you have not solidified the changes, how quickly can you return to a positive state to continue the work of quantum manifestation?
As I mentioned in my previous blog, the false self or traits such as low self-esteem, worthiness, and negative defence mechanisms block your authentic self and create a belief system where passions can materialise. My message chooses a route that works for you to confront your false self, reconnect to your authentic self, and increase your self-worth, and if you choose to, along with Dispenza’s material – it works if you work it.
“The quantum fields refuse to engage with negativity, a place of lack, low frequency, or low vibration.”
“I would like to have everything that is good, genuine and beautiful”
 Dispenza, Joe. Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself. Hay House. Kindle Edition. Dispenza, Joe. (p. 106).  Winnicott, Donald W., 'Ego Distortion in Terms of True and False Self', in Lesley Caldwell, and Helen Taylor Robinson (eds), The Collected Works of D. W. Winnicott: Volume 6, 1960-1963 (New York, 2016; online edn, Oxford Academic, 1 Dec. 2016), https://doi.org/10.1093/med:psych/9780190271381.003.0023, accessed 3 July 2023.  Collective unconscious, term introduced by psychiatrist Carl Jung to represent a form of the unconscious (that part of the mind containing memories and impulses of which the individual is not aware) common to mankind as a whole and originating in the inherited structure of the brain. It is distinct from the personal unconscious, which arises from the experience of the individual. According to Jung, the collective unconscious contains archetypes, or universal primordial images and ideas. https://www.britannica.com/science/collective-unconscious. Access 5th July 2023  https://www.thecollector.com/carl-jung-controversial-idea-what-is-collective-unconscious/ access 4th July 2023; Adamski, A. (2011). Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious of Carl G. Jung in the Light of Quantum Psychology. NeuroQuantology, 9(3), 563–571; Walters, S. (1994). Algorithms and Archetypes: Evolutionary Psychology and Carl Jung’s Theory of the Collective Unconscious. Journal of Social and Evolutionary Systems 17(3):287-30.  https://www.elephantjournal.com/2014/09/the-heart-as-the-center-of-consciousness-fahad-basheer/ access 4th July 2023