Aligning to Your Ultimate Body
Quantum fields are really a mind-bending way of thinking. Everything—and I mean everything—is just a consequence of many infinitely-large fields vibrating.
Learning and Making New Neural connections
Yup, more brain stuff.
Dr. Joe Dispenza studied biochemistry at Rutgers University and shares his ideas about the brain, learning, and how we can make our brains work harder for us. In this video he talks about the science of changing your mind and illustrates how the brain creates new synaptic connections from learning and having new experiences—whether real or imagined. He proposes that your body doesn't know the difference between the emotion created by an actual experience and the emotion that you fabricate by thought alone—that the body believes it's having that experience, regardless. Watch now:
Who do you need to be?
After watching Joe's video and doing the prior Course lessons, you should now have a pretty good idea that the brain is where all of the physiological action happens, what it does and why. Yet there are still critical components to the actual thought process that are not fully understood, at least to the point where we can more fully come into complete control over our realities.
What you're going to do now is help the brain create new neural pathways with deliberate thought through perspective shifting and vantage-point focus. This will have a multiple-level effect on not only how you feel about your ideal body, but also give you a new understanding of your own perspective of who you need to be in order for you to fully experience the physical condition you truly envision.
Ultimate body Alignment Play
This Play involves you making a list of the characteristics of what your ideal bodily condition looks like for you. Once you've painted that picture, you will then make a list of the behaviors that you—living that experience of physical vitality and health—would be feeling and experiencing.
This Play affords you the opportunity to look at who you need to be in order to capture the feeling (emotional state of being) of what that is to have a healthy, vibrant body. It is a rigorous exercise that will deepen the detail of what you are looking for and gives you access to the emotions so you can more powerfully align yourself to that state of being.
- Make a list of the characteristics that describe your ideal body condition. This includes one-word descriptors such as energetic, trim, youthful, strong, to statements such as "confident in a bathing suit," or "straighter posture." Feel free to be as detailed as you want as this is your creation. You are mining the preferences you've already deposited in your subconscious ideal body bank.
- After you have completed your list, check in with how you feel. Sit back and take a few moments with your eyes closed to really let the energy of this state of perfect physical wellness flood your senses. Let the characteristics you listed wash over you and feel the stability of the world you created. Focus your attention as best that you can in this simple, brief reflection.
- Now that you have a good sense of that state of physical well being, move your attention fully into it and become the person in that future state—that new version of you. Think like you would think. Look through those future eyes of yours. Pretend that you are that person now. This may feel awkward, but don't worry. You have created this version of you in your mind and thinking about yourself in this state will put you in the energy and vibration of that version of you.
- Create a to-do list of actions that will help you think more like your future self. Set these action items in your calendar or planner and do them for the balance of the Course. These can be things such as doing this Play at least once a day so you can continue building on your list, or poking around sexy lingerie at a nearby boutique. Create to-dos based on your future, sexy and healthy self so you can get more viscerally into the energy of that state of being. It will also give you the opportunity to be in action doing the things (even if it's just window-shopping) that your future, physically amazing self will be doing.