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NEALE DONALD WALSCH: Let me tell you a little anecdote.A few days ago, a lady said to me in Los Angeles,my husband died a year ago.And he shared with me a great lesson.On his death bed, he said to me, come close.I want to tell you something.Listen very carefully.I can only say this once.I don't have much strength left.She said, I'm listening, darling.What is it?He said, remember this always.
NEALE DONALD WALSCH [continued]: Each morning, the moment you take your head off the pillow,you have all you need.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: If we to look at the mindas an iceberg, and the tip of the icebergis what's above the surface, that's the conscious mind.That's the mind of choice.That's the action mind.What's below the surface, and that'smost of the iceberg-- right-- that's the subconscious mind.Like a submarine, you don't know it's there.But it's there-- unless it surfaces.
ALAIN HERRIOT: Well, most of us saywe want X. I want a new car.I want a fancy house.I want inner peace.I want a loving relationship.And then we start to go out into our world.And we say, I will earn the right.And you start working away at life.
ALAIN HERRIOT [continued]: And you're using your mind a lot.And you're working at everything,and things get in the way.Life seems to throw curves at you.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: You can think of everyone in this worldthat you know as dragging a whole bunch of suitcasesbehind them.The emotion code is a way to cut loose all those suitcases, allthose steamer trunks, all that baggagethat you've carrying around all your life.The end result of that is that you become light,and you become able to manifest into the world what
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: you're supposed to be able to manifest.Imagine living in a world where everyone is actuallymanifesting from their heart into the worldtheir perfect creation that is inside each of them.That's where we're going.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: [ALARM CLOCK BEEPING][WATER RUNNING]
RADIO ANCHOR: Low in the 60s tomorrow,and leftover morning rain.Then partly sunny, high in mid-week about 82.Boston 65, Portsmouth 61--[MACHINE ENGINE SOUND]--South Weymouth, is at 64 this hour.Time to play Sing and Win this morning.Listen to the music at the beginning of the song,then when the music stops, you sing the first line or two.
RADIO ANCHOR [continued]: You'll be the winner.
SONIA CHOQUETTE: I am absolutely convinced that itis our trapped emotions, and traumas, and anxieties,and unprocessed life experiences,that we hold in our nervous system,are the source of everything that ails us.
DON TOLMAN: One of the most profound things in my lifehas been able to share ancient wisdomthat I came across just as a young guy travelingaround the world and fascinated by communities thatpretty much live off the grid.And they're long lived.They're healthy.They're happy.And it always bothered me.How can they be that way without hospitals, and doctors,
DON TOLMAN [continued]: and miracle supplements, and pills, and capsules?They don't have any that.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: What I've cometo understand is at the core of every symptom, every stress,every disease pattern that we experience,whether it be physical, whether it be emotional,are emotions, memories, that are buried in our subconsciousmind.And when these are triggered, our body reacts.It's called maladaptive stress reaction.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: And what it means is that we're notable to adapt in the present moment here and now.And what happens is our body reactsas if something from the past is going on right now.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: Now when we reactto conditions in our life, there is an emotional componentthat begins to create chemistry in our bodies.Because the body is interpreting an emergency situation.Now all organisms in nature are designed for short term stress.A gazelle gets chased by a lion.
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: 15 minutes later it goes back to grazing.And everything returns back to balance.Human beings are a little different.We can turn on the stress response just by thought alone.We can think about some past bitter memory that'stattooed in the recesses of our brain matter,and like magic, it comes to life.And in that moment it's real.
DON TOLMAN: Whenever you see something,because the brain works in pictures,there is a response to that image of the sensory impact.If you hear a sound that sounds dangerous,your body, your brain, will create an emotional moleculeto get you to respond to that.
NEALE DONALD WALSCH: And so the mind does its work very,very quickly.And based on the data that is receiving,it forms a truth about the present memory or experience.Based on that truth, that comes upwith a thought that tells the self about that memoryor experience.And based on that thought, we generatewhat we believe is the appropriate emotion
NEALE DONALD WALSCH [continued]: to match that thought.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: And as a result, our heart rateincreases, our immune system suppresses.We become more anxious because we're not in our fullestpotential in the moment.The core of every symptom of stress and disease,are emotions and memories, traumatic perceptionsthat are buried in our subconscious mind.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: [DOOR SHUTS][CAR ENGINE SOUND][BUS ENGINE SOUND]
MAN: That's exactly.Listen to me.You handle that witness like you handle every other witness.You grab them by the balls.You take control of the situation.Otherwise, you and I are not working together ever again.Do you understand that?I don't need pressing at--[CAR SCREECHES]Whoa!No, no, no.Listen.No, no, no, no.Listen to me.You go back there.
MAN [continued]: You--
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: First of all,to understand how the emotion could work,you have to understand that the human body is reallynothing but energy.If you look at your hand, for example, that handlooks pretty solid.But if you were to magnify that hand a million times,you'd be looking face to face with a single individual atom.And if you could look into that atom,you'd see there's really nothing in therebut empty space and infinitesimally tiny energies
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: zipping around at the speed of light.And that's really what we are.We're beings of pure energy.We are composed of all these countless energies,tiny energies, that are all flying in this close formation,giving us this experience that we're having in this world.
DON TOLMAN: Emotion means energy movement.And it's our thoughts that create our emotions.It's our emotions, that create our behaviors.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: Well, when we feel an emotion stronglyenough, what we're really feelingis a vibrational energy.Every emotion has its own specific vibrational frequency.Anger is a different emotional energy, a different frequency,a different vibration, than frustration.And that's different than sadness.And they're all different.But when you're feeling an intense emotion,your whole being can take on this vibration.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: And it's during those times that sometimes the energyof that emotion that you're feeling is too powerful.And that energy can become trapped and stuck in the body.And a trapped emotion, we have found,is literally a ball of energy from about the sizeof a baseball to about the size of a cantaloupe.And these will lodge anywhere in the bodyand disrupt the normal energy field of the body.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: And because that's all the body really is, is an energy field,when you distort that energy field,you eventually start to have problems.Because what you're really doing isyou're distorting the tissues of the body themselves.And if you distort tissue, and you irritate tissuelong enough, that tissue starts to have problems.And it can go through those changes that we call cancer.
DON TOLMAN: So to me, one of the most fascinating thingsof the ancients [INAUDIBLE] the lady scholastic healersof ancient Egypt, was they knew there was only one disease, not20, 26, 30, 36,000 diseases like we're taught todayamongst the masses.They knew there was one.And it was chaos at the level of the neters.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: 600 BC, Democritus and others in the Greco-Roman periodcalled that word the atomos.Today we know it is atoms.The only disease that exists in the human experienceis chaos at the atomic level, whichleads to chaos at the molecular level, which leadsto chaos at the cellular level.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: And when enough cells are in chaos,you feel it as a sign or a signal of a chaosor an offense in the body.That's what the word symptom means,a sign or a signal of a chaos.
TRACEY ROSSER: It's been proven that every cell in your bodyworks on a vibration, an energy field.The physical body is growing within an energyfield that resonates at a particular vibration.Through stress, that vibration becomes weaker,causing a physical element to be under pressure.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: So the removal of stresscreates health.I think it's the AMA says 80% of all health issuesare stress related.[ELEVATOR INDICATOR SOUND][DOOR CLOSES]
DR. JOE DISPENZA: If we look at living in an emergency modeall the time, the emotions that are derivedfrom those chemicals of stress are the emotions of anger,of aggression, of hatred, of prejudice, of fear, of anxiety,of insecurity, of hopelessness, of powerlessness,
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: of depression.Those long term effects of those chemicalsare the emotions that most people callnormal states of consciousness.
DON TOLMAN: In the ancient world,they knew that negative emotions store allthrough the anatomy of the body.And it affects the emotional physiology, or function,of the anatomy.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: Your body is your unconscious mind.It doesn't know the difference between an experiencein your life that creates an emotional responseand an emotion that we fabricate by thought alone.To the body, it's believing it's in the same environmentalconditions.So it's a scientific fact that the chemicals of stressdysregulate and downregulate our genes that create disease.
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: It's a fact.So if we can turn on a stress response just by thought alone,and those chemicals can make us sick, then by very definition,our thoughts can make us sick.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: They believed ancientlythat the emotions were actually generatedby the organs in our bodies.And I believe that that's absolutely true.When you're feeling an emotion of anger, for example,that emotion is actually being created.That frequency is generated by the liver, in most cases.Think about people who drink.Oftentimes they over stimulate the liver.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: And they become angry.On the other hand, the lungs produce the emotion of grief,among others.And so people who tend to have a lot of grief in their livestend to suffer from lung issues.
DON TOLMAN: I want you to understandwhy different cultures knew.If you have a pain in your thumb, that's very significant,and a very significant emotion.If you have a pain in your elbow, your shoulder,if you feel a little pain in your chest, in your hips,in your stomach, in your intestines, a lot of people
DON TOLMAN [continued]: don't understand anymore the connection of the entire bodyto the brain, and the brain seeingpictures that create emotions, which create behaviors.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: Because emotionsare a record of the past.And so if the emotion is stored in the body,then the body literally is living in the past.And the body, as the unconscious mind,believes it's in the same environmental conditions24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.The body is literally living in the past.
ALAIN HERRIOT: Emotions tend to build up,and we tend to push them away as they build up.Because we've been taught to resist thingsthat don't feel good, instead of feel the thingsthat don't feel good.And we look for answers.And the problem is that the answersaren't out in our world.They are inside us.
ALAIN HERRIOT [continued]: Because the feelings are from inside us.
NASSIM HARAMEIN: When I look at the mathematics I've writtenand the concepts that these mathematics bring,it shows that within every proton,every subatomic particle in the nuclear of atoms,is all the energy, all the information of all other atoms
NASSIM HARAMEIN [continued]: in the universe.So when we go inwards is when we actuallyconnect with that oneness, with that connectivityof all things.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: We've got a physical body,and we've got an energetic body.And that energetic body is known as the chakra system.And there's seven of them.And so our beliefs, the energy of our beliefs,is stored in the light body of our chakras.And depending upon which chakra is involved,
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: influences how we then perceive ourselvesin the world around us.
SONIA CHOQUETTE: And we call these trapped emotions,patterns.But we do experience them that way.If it's an experience that we have not completed and comeback to self, we do find a way to keeprepeating those experiences.And so we retraumatize ourselves.We pick partners that create retraumatizing experiences
SONIA CHOQUETTE [continued]: that we had as a child, as one of our primary caretakers,or our parents, or school teachers, whenwe were very impressionable.We keep creating the same emotional dynamics,the same creative frustrations, the same physiologicaldisabilities, because our energy is not flowing.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: Well, during the last 10 yearsthat I was in practice, I was workingwith some of the sickest people on the planet,people who had been told that there was no cure for them,people who were suffering from things like cancer,or chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, lupus,and other diseases.What I found was that the subconscious mind absolutelyholds the key to understanding the true underlying reasons why
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: those people were sick.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: Now our subconscious mindfrom conception to puberty, primarily conceptionto 7 years of age, is programmed with emotions, memories.
ROBERT SMITH: From the beginning of your birth,you starting encoding the world, and good experiences,and bad experiences.And the conscious mind holds this, and stores it,and makes it real to your conscious mindlater on in life.We're successfully producing whatever it is we produce.So if you're depressed, you're doing something correctlyinside your mind.If you have pain, inside your mind there's a resource to help
ROBERT SMITH [continued]: create and manifest it in a belief system.[GRUNTING]
DON TOLMAN: Have you ever noticedthat when you have a headache, if you focus on the headache,it gets worse?And it amplifies.And your emotions get involved.And now you're in total chaos.And you think you need some kind of medical drugto kill the pain.That doesn't cure anything.That's a neurotoxin, and it just blocks the electric signal.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: Get to the cause.What is the negative source, the toxic emotion, andor the toxicity of something that you'reeating and drinking, that's also affecting your emotionsin a negative way?Detox it.Clear it.And there's no doubt that one of the leading
DON TOLMAN [continued]: causes of physical pain is the storingof negative emotional molecules.So it's a signal to you from the different points of anatomythat hey, the emotions you have been feeling and going on withis storing here, and it's causing
DON TOLMAN [continued]: a chaos or a discomfort.You need to switch it up, go to the positive formof that emotion.And it's so interesting how pain in the human body can diminish.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: What I have foundis that 90% of all the pain that we experienceis due to trapped emotions, to emotional baggage.I think that this is really the elephant in the livingroom in Western medicine that we are missing completely.When people are in pain, in Western medicinewe give them drugs to suppress that pain.When people have diseases, we give
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: them medications to suppress the symptoms of those diseases.When in reality, those symptoms are the body crying out,telling us there's something wrong here.The imbalances that we suffer fromare what ultimately manifest as disease.And the single biggest imbalance that we suffer from
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: is emotional baggage, our trapped emotions,those energies that stay with us after these traumatic emotionalevents that we suffer from.
ALAIN HERRIOT: The stresses, and upsettednessthat seems to come into our life, they change.And as they change, our world changes.It's absolutely astounding that changinghow you relate to something changeseverything in your world.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: So many of us becomedefined by past experiences.And we live by those emotions.But that's not who we are.Those emotions are just the record of the past.And when we begin to become aware of that,then we begin to retire the old self neurologically,biologically, genetically.And we begin to create a whole new self.
DON TOLMAN: And so what happens in today's world,because of what we have set up that we call civilized society,so many of the things that are pushed upon the massescreate negative emotional molecules.Once they're formed, they're real.And you can't even get them out of the body
DON TOLMAN [continued]: unless you know how to.Because they're like magnesium and calcium.If you don't know how to get them out of the body,they store in anatomical sights, and actually effect physiologythe function of the anatomy.And that leads to diagnostics of dis-ease or discomfort.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: It's important we understand how to removenegative emotional molecules and restore themwith positive emotional molecules.That's the very foundation of health, life, and longevity.
ROB VAN OVERBRUGGEN, PHD: At first, when life starts,you have an egg cell and a sperm cell coming together.They become one cell.They become two cells.They become four cells.They become eight cells, until you have 50 trillion cells.And during the course of a lifetime, you get burns.You get cuts.You break something.You can get a bacteria.You get a virus, anything.
ROB VAN OVERBRUGGEN, PHD [continued]: And the body restores itself.The body heals itself.So when you consider that is a normal process,I don't think that there is a mistake in the body thatactually causes disease.So if that's the case, there mustbe a very specific use for diseases or symptoms to occur.And I think it's the body reacting
ROB VAN OVERBRUGGEN, PHD [continued]: to surrounding elements, to stresses you perceive,in a way for the body to cope with the stressor,and actually deal with it.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: I look at every symptomas a conversation, that there's nothingthat happens in the body, there is actuallynothing that happens in our life by coincidence.We are not made wrong.We're not broken.We're not missing anything.That every so-called problem of the body is a portal.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: It's a doorway to access this invisible, unseen, energy thatis guiding ourselves to communicate from our brainto our body, from our body to the outside world,so that we can adapt in any given moment.And so when we can begin to look at symptoms, when we can begin
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: to look at our behaviors, whether it be addiction,whether it be obsessive compulsive, ritualistic waysof being, as a conversation, then we can join the dialogue.Then when we join the dialogue.That becomes the gift.Because once you observe the symptom,
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: once you observe the stress as a conversation,you can participate in it.You can guide it.You can influence it.You can learn from it.You can grow from it.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: Everyone knows someone that is in pain.And everyone knows someone that isdealing with depression, or anxiety, or selfsabotage in some way.Many of us know someone who's dealingwith post-traumatic stress disorder.And it is these emotional energies,these invisible energies, that arethe underlying cause of all of these things in my experience.
SONIA CHOQUETTE: So I'm really also of the beliefthat though trapped emotions are the source of everything thatcauses us difficulty in life, and keeps usfrom being in our divine nature, I'malso a great believer that it's notthat difficult to begin to move this energy,once we are aware that that's what's trying to happen.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: There are people drinking their water.There are people eating healthy.There are people exercising, running, doing yoga.And their body is still speaking to themwith heart disease, cancer, allergies.But at the core of it all, are emotions and memories buriedin your subconscious mind.And when you combine the two, where you have a strategy
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: to get on into these core emotions, these memoriesand programs, and shifting them, justshift them to create a transformation in perception.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: Emotions are the end productof past experiences.And if you can change your actions,you're going to have a new experience.And when you're in the midst of a new experience,all of your five senses are plugging you into reality.And it's gathering all of the sensory data.The brain is picking up all this important information
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: from what you're seeing, and smelling, and tasting,and feeling, and hearing.And as all that data rushes back to your brain,in the moment those neurons string into place,another part of the brain makes a chemical.And that chemical is called a feeling or an emotion.So we can remember experiences better,because we can remember how they feel.
ALAIN HERRIOT: If we allow ourselvesinto those feelings instead of resisting them,things begin to change.But they're in lies the rub-- how to get in.And the easiest way that I have foundthrough 40 or 50 years of searching, is through feeling.
RAYMON GRACE: We need to follow the first principle of successthat says, think of what you want, not what you don't want.Another thing, if you keep on doing what you're doing,you're going to keep on getting what you're getting.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: And if we allowthose chemicals, those emotions, to last for hours, or days,that's called a mood.So you say to a person, what's wrong with you?And they say, I'm in a mood.And you say, why are you in a mood?Well, this event happened to me five days ago.And I'm memorizing my emotional reaction.
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: Now if we keep the same emotional reaction,the same refractory period, lasting for weeks or months,that's called a temperament.So you would say, why does that personhave such an angry temperament?You say, I don't know.Why are you so angry?A person says, well, I had this experience nine months ago.And I'm living by the same emotional reaction.
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: Now if we keep those same refractory periods runningfor years on end, that's called a personality trait.So then it makes sense then in orderto change our personality, or change some aspect of our self,we have to look at the emotions that we'vememorized that literally are stored in the body.
ROBERT SMITH: We understand that the power of the mindhas proven scientifically that it can heal itselfover and over again.And oftentimes, you hear a doctor or a researcher sayingwell, with a lemon in their mouth,well, you know, this placebo effectis ruining our good research.The placebo effect is proving that the mind can heal itselfin spite of the sugar pill or the fake operation.
ROBERT SMITH [continued]: Now the nocebo effect is exactly the opposite.Here the nocebo effect is they'regetting the right drug, the right surgery,and yet they don't heal.And yet both of these people are doing exactly the same thing,but looking in different directions.They're using the universal pattern of belief, or creation.That means, while they're taking the sugar pill, in their mind,
ROBERT SMITH [continued]: they're imagining, seeing, feeling,as if they're going to get healed,and then looking for ways at this sugar pillis actually working.They don't know if it's a sugar pill.But it's their mind healing themselves.The nocebo effect, they're taking the real drug.They're getting the real surgery.And yet it's not working.And you know why?They're imagining, and seeing, and thinking, and remembering,all the times it didn't work, and manifesting
ROBERT SMITH [continued]: and seeing themselves dying, ill.And the drug doesn't work.
SONIA CHOQUETTE: We're designed to heal quickly, because weare spiritual beings.And it's just like clearing the windshieldor clearing the window that we're looking out of,that will allow us to heal.And I'm really an advocate for not making it too complicated.
ROBERT SMITH: ROBERT SMITH: And here's an interesting thing.Research has shown where they did two groups.One group got fake radiation, thatmeans not even real radiation.And one third of them lost their hair.It is the power of our mind, the power of belief,and the power of our inner creationsto manifest and produce healing or no healing.
ROBERT SMITH [continued]: You're not broken.There's nothing wrong with you.You're just successfully producingbased on what you already hold in the background of your mind,that you may or may not even know that is there.
SONIA CHOQUETTE: Well, what I've discoveredis that the universe is really, extremely willingto play with you if you will play with it.And most people are braced against life.And they are expecting the worst.They've experienced the worst.It's a vicious cycle.
SONIA CHOQUETTE [continued]: So I try to help people, like the Pied Piper,take him into a different frequency,and begin to show them that they can co-create with the universeand actually attract some very dynamic, verypositive, and surprising, good experiences very quickly.
SONIA CHOQUETTE [continued]: I've done this all my life, because Iwas introduced to doing it this way with my mom.It was always a solution.The universe will show you.You just don't know yet.Expect good things.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: So what I foundis that by releasing these trapped emotional energies thatwere invisible, I could change how people felt. And Icould change people's pain level instantaneously, in many cases.And I finally realized that we could get people wellwho had been told that there was no cure.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: When a medical doctor tells you that thereis no cure, what he really means isthat you can't be cured with drugs or with surgery.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: True transformationcomes when we break free from the chainsof those emotional addictions, whenwe begin to go into the operating systemwhere those programs exist, and webegin to make transformational changes.And the side effect of true transformation is called joy.Now that elevated emotion is a liberation
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: of energy out of the body.And the body is freed from the past.And it moves into the present moment,and we begin to experience the second type of emotion.And we begin to feel joy, goodwill, gratitude.
ALAIN HERRIOTT: Because if you let yourself feel and bepresent, everything becomes possible in the worldas we see it, this beautiful illusion we find ourselves in.It's very flexible, very malleable, and very fun.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: I believe without questionthe single biggest underlying common denominator for allof us with all the illnesses that we suffer from,whether they're physical ailmentssuch as chronic fatigue, or fibromyalgia, or asthma,or infertility, or the aches and painsthat we suffer from, or the depression, the anxiety,the panic attacks, the phobias, the self sabotage
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: that so many of us deal with, is actuallywhat I call emotional baggage.It's actually the trapped emotional energiesthat are still with us from those emotional eventsthat we have passed through in our lives, from our divorce,from our abuse as a child, from our difficult work.Those energies stay with us and disrupt our lives,
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: and cause our diseases, and much of our self sabotage.It's really true that as we start to release emotionsit is like peeling off the layers of an onion.Some of those may have occurred when they were a child.Some of those may have happened during their divorce,or during their working years, or during college,or high school.And eventually, we are able to get to a point
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: where we no longer have those trapped emotions, wherethe body is clear of those.And at that point, it's like stepping out of the old skinthat we've been carrying all these years.And we step out of that and we become this personthat we were originally intended to be in this world.That's what this is about.And that's why this is so powerful.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: The subconscious mindacts as a lens of perception.So how we see ourselves and how we see the world aroundus is based upon the programs, memories,and emotions that are buried in our subconscious mind.But even more, the subconscious mindacts as a broadcasting signal, like an antenna.And it broadcasts a frequency of energy
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: that then attracts that same frequency and energy.So now, let's use for an example, here I am.I'm in my mother's womb.I'm developing in my mother's womb.And my dad is out of a job.And my mom is anxious, because it's the third child that's
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: coming around.The heartbeat and the emotions that my mom, my dad,are feeling, are directly influencing, like a computerbeing programmed and downloading information,I'm directly downloading this information.And this becomes a stored file.And that file then later in life doesn't just sit there quiet.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: It's energy.
RAYMON GRACE: If a baby is born feeling unloved, and unwanted,and unaccepted, then that creates a belief system.They will then grow up and go through lifeand attract to themselves whateversupports that belief system.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: An energy is in motion.And so it stays in motion.And when it gets triggered, that energy gets triggered,it broadcasts a signal that then attractspeople and circumstances that give me the same experience--different face, different name, but the same kind of experience
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: in my life today.This is patterns.The key is to begin to understand that thereare emotional patterns that we carry in our life,that as a result of these emotional patternsthat are in our subconscious mind,influence our relationship with money,influence our relationships with each other,influence every aspect of who we are.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: You see, consciously, wedon't remember much.We don't really know much consciously.We live in our conscious mind, but wedon't remember what we had for breakfast yesterday.And we forget our wallet.We forget our laptop.We forget our keys, all kinds of things.The subconscious mind, however, isa holographic, archiving computerthat is remembering every moment of your existence, every split
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: second of your existence.And that computer, that subconscious mind,knows exactly what's wrong with if you if you're sick.It knows exactly what needs to be done to get you well.It knows exactly what trapped emotions you have,who is involved, when they occurred,everything in precise and perfect detail, you see.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: At the core of every symptom,there is an emotional pattern that when triggered,causes our body to react in that emotional way.So you might find that in your relationshipthat you're in, that you easily get frustrated, that you easilygo to anxiety or jealousy.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: Now that frustration, or anxiety and jealousy,not only is going on in your outside world,but the body speaks the mind.And there are these chemicals.They're called neuropeptides, molecules of emotionthat the pituitary gland secretes.And then when it does, those same emotionsthat are going on outside of you are going on inside of you.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: And your blood is pumping these chemicals of frustration,of jealousy, of anxiety.And our cells, it's so interesting,have these receptor sites, these protein receptors, thatbind the molecules of emotion.The amazing thing about these receptors
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: is that these are the same receptors that bind heroin.And when you take heroin once, what are you called?An addict.Guess what?We are addicted to our emotions.
ALAIN HERRIOTT: Meditation is great to quiet the mind.And it's great as long as you're just sitting there meditating.And if you do it for years, and years, and years,your mind will start to get used to the quiet space,and you can carry it into your world.The trouble is most people aren't patient enoughto meditate the number of hours it takes to get there.
SONIA CHOQUETTE: I think meditatingwill recalibrate your nervous system so you're notas reactive, and that you may notstress your emotions as much.But you don't want to numb them out.You want to use them as allies, as messengers.
TRACEY ROSSER: Meditation can get youto a state of healing in many, many, many modalities.We often use meditation to what we call our brow, our browchakra, our intuition.If the brow chakra is not clearedof negative contaminations, it's very hardto get to that state of meditation.
SONIA CHOQUETTE: We are human beings.And our emotions are there to give us information.And so we need to listen to them,respect them, honor them, and then release them.
DON TOLMAN: And so we find ourselvesnot in a happy, relaxed state.We have anxieties.We have panic attacks.We have all kinds of things going on.We're just under the gun, under the gun, under pressure.We got to get this done.We got to get that done.It's time to slow down.
ROB VAN OVERBRUGGEN, PHD: So whenI look at the general healing paradigms,and especially in the case of cancer,which I did a lot of research, isyou can always find three different things thatare running on for people to spontaneously cure himselffrom cancer.One is to find a new mission in life.Many people who contracted cancerlost their meaning in life.
ROB VAN OVERBRUGGEN, PHD [continued]: Either they lost their child.They lost their job.They lost their passion.And as soon as they found out, this is my new path in life,this is the way I want to go.Then a change in their health occurred.
RAYMON GRACE: So whatever you want in your body,you simply give thanks for it.You don't ask for it, because if you continuallyask for something, you are saying you don't have it.If you give thanks for it, you'reacknowledging that you do have it.
SONIA CHOQUETTE: One of the biggest questions people have,at least when they come to engage with me,is what is my purpose in life?I can't get at it.I can't feel it.And the way you do that is simply fill in the blank.If I weren't afraid, I would.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: So where you place your attentionis where you place your energy.And as we begin to decide really clearly on creating a future,or creating a new destiny, or designing some project thatbecomes our passion, that the more weput our attention on it, the more we give it energy.
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: And the more we give it energy, the more we bring it to life.
ROBERT SMITH: The reason why it works, like I mentioned before,is that you step into the mind.And the mind will record in an event, consciouslyor unconsciously, without you knowing it.And it's stored in the background.Now here you are.You're walking through life.All of a sudden, you feel panic.Or you feel fearful.The reason why you feel that is because the mindencoded this experience.It's like a little imprint on how to do and how to act.
ROBERT SMITH [continued]: And it's in the background.So now you're just driving through life.And all of a sudden, you're triggered.The mind will send the message through the entire body,through the lymphatic system, the blood system, the breastsystem, the meridian system, and it tells a body how to respond.So when you're tapping, what you're actually doingis you're messing up the record, the trance.It's like you take a CD or an LP, and you scratch it.
ROBERT SMITH [continued]: And the more you scratch it, the less is likely to play.So when we're tapping, we're aiming inwardly, of what it is,and how you know you have a problem.And when you tap, you're messing up the message from reachingthe body, which creates harmony in the mindand the body, bringing you back to the present moment,called now, that we know, really, logically,all of our problems were created and generatedfrom our past, which is isn't real.
DON TOLMAN: I run into people who are depressed.And they are so depressed.And the medical drugs they're on,all you gotta do is read the side effects thatsay they can lead to suicides, murders, all kind-- come on!Do you realize the ancients knew what to do for depression?
DON TOLMAN [continued]: Number one, get out into the sun.The sun is healing.Number two, the colors of the plant foodsof orange and yellow, if you will eat an orangeand pineapple together, you watchwhat happens to depression.Within 72 hours, the emotional molecules being generated,
DON TOLMAN [continued]: the neurochemistry of the brain, ismolecules of happiness and joy.I've had so many people suffering depression,anxieties, all kinds of fear, different things.And that's all they do.It blows them away.For some of them, it has literally saved their lives.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: There was a scientific experimentdone a little ways back, where theywere looking to see if emotions filter our perception.So they took a group of people that were clinically depressed,and they showed them equal slides of a weddingscene and a funeral scene.And the next day, they brought them back into the lab.
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: And they said to them, which were there more slides of?Were there more slides of a wedding sceneor a funeral scene?And all of the clinically depressed peoplesaid, well, there were way more slides of the funeral scene.And it made sense, because we beginto view reality equal to the emotional states that we're in.And so if the emotions are coloring our perception
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: in our daily life, then what part of realityare we missing out on?Because there's got to be more to realitythan we're perceiving.So as we begin to remove the masks,or remove the lenses that block our true greatness,or our true self, we begin to seewhat's already always existed, but we didn't
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: have the mind to perceive it.Because we're viewing our reality through the past.And all of a sudden, it's like we're liftedto see a whole new landscape.And that's when we begin to choose differently.And we begin to see possibility.And we become inspired by that possibility.Because now we're looking at some future instead of lookingthrough the lens of the past.
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: This hand posture means I love you in American Sign Language.And in 1998, my cousin, who is deaf,at the end of the day of working with clients,went like this to me.And I felt something.I didn't know what I was feeling.I just knew it felt good.
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: And I said to Rob, I said Rob, what is this?And he said, I love you.It means I love you.I said, that is so cool.I said come over here.And he came over.And I did something that's called muscle testing.And muscle testing is a way to read reflexes in the body.
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: Everybody is built on reflexes.Your eyes blink.Your iris constricts.Your tongue salivates.Your knee jerks.We have reflexes that control every aspect of our body.And so, one of the things that I'm trained inis applied kinesiology, and using muscle testing as a means
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: to literally speak to the subconsciousparts of ourselves.And so I found a reflex on Rob's body that made the arm go weak.And I simply went like this.I love you.And the weak reflex instantly got strong.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: Now, we go through a very short,simple process to identify a trapped emotionand to bring it to awareness.OK?Once that emotion is brought to the surface,we're actually able to release that trapped emotional energyby simply swiping either fingertips or a magnetover the governing meridian, whichhappens to run from the lip over the head, back all the way down
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: to the tail bone.Now when we pass our fingers or a magnetover that governing meridian, what we're doingis we're actually putting energy into that meridian.Now a meridian is a river of energythat flows just under the skin.The governing meridian is connected upwith all of the meridians.And that pure intention of yours passes into that meridianand releases.It goes into all the other meridians,
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: and it releases that energy.The best analogy that I can give you for thisis if you take a credit card, OK-- if I take this creditcard, and I rub a magnet on the back of that,on that magnetic strip, that informationthat's encoded there is gone.And we can't use it anymore.And that's how the emotion code works.It's the same thing as just erasing that emotional energy
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: that is stored in our body.Most people find that they can find an emotionand release that within a minute or so,once they learn how to do this.It's that simple.
DON TOLMAN: It's interesting, because today's physicists haveconfirmed the teachings of the ancient scholars,that everything is made of light.Everything is light.What happens to detox emotions, isto make sure that when you start to feela negative emotion, number one, slow down.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: Take a breath.Get outside.Maybe even go for a walk.Most people don't realize that if you're emotionally upset,you just don't know who you are.Shut up and go for a walk.You go out and you start walking when you're emotionallyupset and negative, and everything elsethat's going on, within three minutes,
DON TOLMAN [continued]: that walking, that motion of beingoutside in the open air in the sunlight,re-establishes and clears it.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: What's so important to recognize is lifeis not about what happens to you.Life is all about how would you choose to respond.
SONIA CHOQUETTE: The biggest cloud to our perceptionis fear.And we're so accustomed to it.And we're so inside the matrix of it,we consider it a normal part of our reality,and one that we just, at best, canmanage, maybe play dodge ball with, or hide and seek.But what I do is I actually help people
SONIA CHOQUETTE [continued]: move through that wall of fear by simply taking a breath,asking them to put their hand on their heart,and focus their attention to where they are in present time,looking at what's right in front of them.And then I say, what are you afraid of?And then you do it again.If I weren't afraid I would.
SONIA CHOQUETTE [continued]: And let your heart speak.And they might answer, I'm afraid of failure.I'm afraid of being alone.And then I'll say, what are you looking at right now?And then I'll say, and what else are you afraid of?And what else?And keep bringing them back to the moment.And within two minutes, three minutes,
SONIA CHOQUETTE [continued]: they've actually emptied that fear.They have looked at it, vocalized it.But coming back to the moment, theysee that I anchor them back in present time.Because it's not fear that actually keeps us trapped.It's hiding fear that keeps us trapped.
ALAIN HERRIOTT: The Wonder Method's purposeis to teach you to feel again.And as you allow yourself into those feelings,the mind becomes quiet.The feelings unwind as you let yourself into them.
ALAIN HERRIOTT [continued]: And the resistances you had to those feelings change.And the act of their changing is what makes the mind quiet.Let's say you're having trouble paying your bills.And you go into the feelings around paying those bills.And all of a sudden there is money to pay the bills.And it comes from places you couldn't imagine.
ALAIN HERRIOTT [continued]: Or maybe they just find an error in your bill.It's just really amazing how life in the illusionchanges because of that.And it gets more fun.
SONIA CHOQUETTE: As you begin to step towards your pathand purpose and reconnect, and realignwith that kind of spiritual integrity,the universe is stepping toward you.So there's this convergence going on,until eventually, you're being met by opportunities.
ALAIN HERRIOTT: The key here is that as you open to it,you're removing the blocks that are in your way to abundance,or really to anything you truly desire.And then you arrive where you've been looking for.
DON TOLMAN: In western medicine, theyhave what they call the seven levels of neural endocrineglands.In a lot of other cultures, they know itas the seven chakras, the exact same levels.Those chakras, those the seven areasof the neuroendrocrine systems of the body,running from the pineal in the brain,
DON TOLMAN [continued]: right on down through the body, to the reproductive organs,and the ovaries, and testicles, and everything in between,they had assigned, anciently, the colorsof the rainbow moving up.And it's so interesting, because it'sthe colors of the foods that target specificallythose levels of the chakras of the neuroendocrine system,
DON TOLMAN [continued]: and the emotions of positiveness,or the emotions of negativeness, in those levels.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: Throughout our journey, and thismight be a tough pill to swallow,we're going to experience pain.We're going to experience fear.We're going to experience stress, again, and again,and again.And it's so important to recognizethat the pain, and the fear, and the stress of our bodies,and of our lives, is a conversation.And when we can begin to embrace the pain, embrace the fear,
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: embrace the stress, with an attitude of gratituderather than a full on attitude, that'swhere real growth occurs.That's where when we shift the lemons into lemonades,taking responsibility for us being the common denominatorof our life.That's where we discover meaning.
DON TOLMAN: The seven families of emotionstied to the seven colors of the rainbow, whichtied to the seven notes of the octave,which tied to the seven days of the week, the number seven,anciently, was the most profound numberin understanding the impact of thought and emotions
DON TOLMAN [continued]: on the seven body systems.What brings a smile to your face?Is it country?Is it hard rock?Is it opera?Is it rap?It does not matter!It doesn't matter!Don't let anyone judge the kind of music that hits you.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: If you can get into and find not only the octave,but the diatonic structure of that particular music,and then find the foods whose colors match that notefrequency, when you're listening to that kind of music,if you'll snack on those colors--
DON TOLMAN [continued]: [LAUGHS]--it will blow you away at the level of lift, of happinessand joy, and the harmonic of the chakras,or the seven endocrine glands, and just the flowof the neurons, of the brain, and the cells of the body.It will give you goosebumps.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: And then if you look at chemical imbalance,then there's enough research to showthat eating fruits and vegetables,not overeating next to a stressful reaction,a digestion consumes a lot of our energies.So if you don't overeat, and you eat the foods that really
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: can break down very readily in your body,then you have more energy for growth and repair.
DON TOLMAN: Fast, faster, and fastest, to fast,doesn't mean to starve to death.It means to strengthen, to hold fast, to hold firm.And the ancients knew that.There's not one animal on the face of this earth,if it's sick or injured, in any way, will eat.Even cats and dogs, they'll eat grass to make themselves puke
DON TOLMAN [continued]: and throw up to get rid of everything.And then they will never eat againuntil they know their body has hit a point of strengthening,of holding firm.The fastest way to heal the emotions,according to the ancient wisdom, was to be able to stop eating.Because foods create moods.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: But what if you were to fast just on water?Because water has all seven spectral colors of the rainbow.That's why you can see a rainbow in the skywhen it rains, and light shines through it.A faster, not as fastest, but a faster way,is to drink the bloods, or the juices, of colored foods.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: Another way is fast, which is to eat the colors of those foods.And so when you understand the seven bodysystems, and the physiological functions,and its relationship to colors, especially in foods,you'll understand which foods to eat to clear negative emotions
DON TOLMAN [continued]: and to reinforce positive emotions.It's like the color red.Red was a color that the ancientsknew represented power, and love, and warmth.If you look at red and look away,you're probably going to see green.That color green, eating those foods,gets rid of the negative emotions of the color red,
DON TOLMAN [continued]: which is anger.Oh, you're seeing red.Yeah.If you're angry, if you're irritated, if your buttons arepushed too easy, you need to eat more green foodsto clear the negative emotions.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: The way that wecan speak with the subconscious mind, this invisible partof ourself, this unseen part of ourself,is through what I call muscle reflex testing.Muscle, the strength of a muscle,the ability of a muscle, to lock out or give way,gives us a read when our subconscious mind
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: is in a reactive state and when it's not,when we're in an active state, whenthe conscious and subconscious mind are bridged,or when they're gapped.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: One of the most profound proofsof this work is that it works with animals as well as people.Sometimes people might say, this is due to the placebo effect.But there's no placebo effect working with animals.And the emotion code works beautifully with animals.And we have found that 90% of all their problemsare also due to trapped emotions.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: Sometimes we find that when we're working with animals,we need to work with the owner as well.Because sometimes the animal willtake on the trapped emotions that the owner has.And there is a dynamic going on between the two of them thatsometimes has to be addressed.One of the most amazing stories about thiswas a horse that I was asked to work on one day.And we work on a horse through a surrogate person,
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: typically, where we'll have one person that we will test.And we will ask questions directly of the animaland get the answers on the surrogate person'soutstretched arm.And as I'm asking questions of this horse,I find that the horse has an imbalance.It had a problem with lameness.It wasn't walking correctly.And it had a couple of different veterinarians look at it.They couldn't figure out what was wrong.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: So they called me.And what I found was that had an imbalance in its hind quartersthat was due to a trapped emotion.And the trapped emotion was sadness.And so I'm asking questions.And there's a crowd gathered around listening.Is this trapped emotion about another horse?No.Is it about a human?No.Is about a dog?No.Cat?No.I'm running out of options.A bird flies overhead, and I asked, is it about a bird?
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: And the answer that came back was, yes, it was about a bird.And everyone started laughing.And I started laughing too, because it seems so comical.But the horse's owner was there, and she said, you know what?I think I know what this is about.She said that a week before, there was a little babybird in a nest of baby birds, immediatelyin front of this horse's stall.And one of the baby birds fell out of the nest,
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: and fell down onto the ground, and struggled for its lifeand died.This whole sad, tragic affair, was played out immediatelyin front of this horse, who was powerless to help,and was overwhelmed by the emotion of sadness.That's what got stuck in the horse, that emotion of sadness.We released it.We took the horse out.And it was walking perfectly from that moment.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: And so you can learnhow to muscle test yourself.You can muscle test another person.You can use someone as a surrogateto work on an animal, or a child,or a person who's not able to do muscle testing themselves.The simple way-- and I just want to show youhow to muscle test so that you can really discoverthe emotions that are buried in your subconscious mind thathaven't been fully processed in your heart--
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: is you just keep your arm in.And you imagine that you're holding a bucket.And you fill that bucket up with five pounds of gold.And I put my hand on top.And I push down.I tell this arm to hold strong.And I'm looking for it to lockout.I'm looking for it to lockout.Everything gets compared to that.And it locks out.Now so many things can trigger your subconscious mind,
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: emotionally, to react.And so whether it be thinking about something,whether it be a color, a sound, somethingcan trigger a type of conditioned response.When I even say the word love, just the word love,and I give the elbow.And I say, hold strong.It locks up.When I say the word fear-- fear--
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: there's an energy to that.I can actually even feel it.You can feel it when I just say it-- fear.Hold strong.Hold strong.And it might look like oh, you'rejust doing that yourself.No I'm not.Hold strong.And I'm going to go back to love.Love.Love.Hold strong.It locks out.I can do this on someone else.I can do it on my self.But that enables me never to have to guess.There's no reason to guess.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: In a laser-like way, we can know whenyou are in an emotional state of reactionand how to shift that-- infinite love and gratitude-- sothat you can process whatever emotion is going onin the moment.
DON TOLMAN: When you eat dark chocolate, that cacao, or cocoabean, the real one, not the fake stuff that'sin so many products, but real dark chocolate, or hops,in unfiltered organic beer, they are all of the same genus.They're all of the same family.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: Every one of those things is to create happiness and joywithin the human experience.I've even helped people addicted to different drugs,in cigarette smoking, commercial cigarettes, which are toxic.And you can use something as simpleas good black licorice and macadamia nuts.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: You have them together.You carry them with you.Whenever you feel like having a cigarette,or you have some other addiction, you eat that first.You would not believe the hundreds, and hundreds,and hundreds of people that have overcometheir chemical and emotional addictions to things by justunderstanding the simplicity of the nature of foods around us.
RAYMON GRACE: Many things that I believeeffect people is unworthiness, doubt, fear, shame, and guilt.Because these emotions have affectedthe human race for centuries.You see, if all things are composed of energy.That means fear, shame, and guiltare simply forms of energy.And if we can change them, we do.
RAYMON GRACE [continued]: So I'll just simply use dowsing.I'll say, why don't you check to seewhat is the effect of unworthiness, doubt, fear,shame, and guilt upon you?And I will then transform all that,usually into enlightenment, and have them check it again.And it's not there anymore.
RAYMON GRACE [continued]: What I'm saying is we can take one energy of any typeand transform it into another energy.
ROBERT SMITH: You attract who you are.You see what you already hold.And if you change what you hold, everything else changes.Your body changes.Your relationship changes.Your finances changes.Everything changed, because you'rechanging what you hold within.And you're rewriting the story from the inside out.
RAYMON GRACE: Now if you want to know what dowsing is,it's simply the movement of a physical object, thatin my opinion, tells you what you already intuitively know.You just don't believe you know it.I had an old friend I learned a lot from.And he said it like this, dowsingis simply mother's intuition with a read out device.
RAYMON GRACE [continued]: Well, I really don't know how dowsing works.Neither do I understand how electricity works.But that doesn't prevent me from turning the light on.So just because we don't understand something,doesn't necessarily mean that we can't use it.
ROBERT SMITH: A lady who is a chocoholic, her children wouldget candy for Christmas or for Easter,and the kids would have to hide it.And she'd wake up in a dead sleep, flashlight in hand,trying to look for the chocolate.She came to a live seminar.Within 15 minutes, we addressed the driving force.And basically, the driving force was that her grandfathergave her chocolate.It created a love feeling.
ROBERT SMITH [continued]: She went on a trip all alone.And they found Belgian chocolate and Swiss chocolate.And it made her feel so good.And so what we look, is we look for addictionto try to make us feel better.Because we have no other way to feel better.And the mind does an amazing thing.It takes two things, and put them together, and make it one.Chocolate doesn't have love.It's not in the ingredients.
ROBERT SMITH [continued]: But people feel love, because we are emotionally conditioned.And so what we do is we go back and we re-imprint,change the addictive behavior, whichis really emotional associations,and put it back where it needs to be.It's just food.
DON TOLMAN: The liver produces what is called, today, anions.Most people know it as bile.The one food that has anions, and it'sthe only food on the face of the earth they've everbeen able to study that produces it, is lemons.And so we find that these people arelacking in typically a lot of emotional joy,
DON TOLMAN [continued]: and happiness, and the positive emotions which weakens,actually the function of the liver.And the liver is tied directly to the skin.And so if you'll get your body out into the sunshineand let the yellow light of the sun shine all on your body,they know it produces emotional molecules that
DON TOLMAN [continued]: target the liver.Well, they call it vitamin D. But that's only oneof over 1,000 nutritional components of biophotonsof sunlight.They've only named one.And they know there's thousands.So here's the deal.You drink one cup of fresh squeezed lemon juice every dayfor 90 days, because the liver goes
DON TOLMAN [continued]: into mitosis, or cellular division,and replaces itself every 90 days.If you're being toxic emotionally, and evenin your diet, the new liver is weaker in function,and can eventually fail.If all of a sudden you're getting into the sunlight,you're drinking lemon juice, which has the anions of bile,
DON TOLMAN [continued]: so the liver doesn't have to produce it, it's not stressed.Within 90 days we've had people with failed livershave 100% functional liver within 90 days.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: I had another woman in New York,a good friend of mine had turned me on to her,because she had scalded her arm with coffee.And it melted away her skin.And she went to Cornell hospitalsto have the best doctors work on her.And she was suffering.She had to go through these debridement types of treatments
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: where they would have to scrape away the skin on her body.And I was doing a long distance lifeline session with her,because energy-- I don't need to be connected with somebodyphysically to do the lifeline.It's all energy.It's all consciousness.I did one session.After one session the main medical doctor,the burn specialist that was working with her,
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: said, I don't know what happened since the last time I saw you.But you were scheduled for nine other debridements.You don't need any more.The skin naturally heals in 28 days.It knows how to.However, when there's a pattern that's triggered,it's inhibited and limited in its fullest potential.Infinite love and gratitude.What's wild about this, it almost seems stupid.Because it's so simple.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN [continued]: It's like, give me a break.Give me a freaking break that that could actuallydo something.It actually does.It works if you use it.It doesn't work if you don't use it.And the cool thing about it is I've neverseen anyone hurt from using too much infinite loveand gratitude.You cannot OD on this.Simply hold your hands like this-- infinite loveand gratitude-- profound shifts.
DON TOLMAN: It's just like women whostart to go into their menstrual monthly cycle,based on 28 days, which again, is the lunar calendar.It effects the waters of the earth, even our bodies,especially women.That's why it was called luna, the goddess of the heavens.And it effects, especially the female body.But when you eat chocolate, dark chocolate,
DON TOLMAN [continued]: good, organic, dark chocolate, startingthree days prior to the menstrual period,it diminishes pain.And does away with it.It does away with the mental and emotional chaosthat so many of them feel when theygo into that period, that time.And so it targets.And these are the things we've got to get back to.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: What foods and drinks can we haveto target any stress or emotions that can benegative in the human system?I love this ancient wisdom, because it works.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: I worked on a 33-year-old womanonce who had never been in a long term relationship.And she was an attractive woman.And I asked her, why?What happened to you that makes you feel this way?She said, eight years before she was very deeply involvedwith a man that she was very much in love with.And he dumped her and broke her heart.Well, as you might imagine, that created a wall
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: of trapped emotional negative energiesaround her heart, a heart wall.We cleared those emotions.And when that very last emotion was released,I felt the energy coming out of her heart.It was as if a stone had been rolled away.And I was suddenly, instantly, bathedin the most beautiful, amazing, energy coming out of her core.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: And I told her, I said, now that heart of yours is unlocked.And I said, that pure essence of who you really areis now radiating out from you.And it's filling the immensity of space.And I said, you're much more likely nowto be able to achieve your dream and your goalof falling in love and finding your soulmate within this next year.Now this is not unusual.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: When the heart wall is taken down,and those trapped emotions are released,the phone sometimes starts to ring for women whohave been hoping it would ring.It suddenly does.That energy goes out from your body,and I believe that it does fill the immensity of space.And other people tune into that.And then they're attracted to that.[MUSIC, "HIGHER GROUND"]Rain moves deep inside my heart.
MAN: Hey.How are you?
WOMAN: Good.How are you?
MAN: I'm very good, thank you.Yeah.So, uh, you work here?
WOMAN: Yeah.Level 11.[MUSIC PLAYING]No more walls keeping us apart anymore.
MAN: This is a little bit bold, but uh,do you reckon we can hang out sometime--do a coffee, or juice, or something?
MAN: Huh.OK.Uh, should I get your phone number?Or--
WOMAN: Yeah, yeah.Why not?Um, 415--
WOMAN: 503 5933.
WOMAN: I'm Lauren, by the way.
MAN: Hi, Lauren.I'm Ty.
WOMAN: Nice to meet you.[ELEVATOR BELL]Um.This is me.
MAN: Well, thanks, Lauren.It was nice to meet you.
WOMAN: Nice to meet you too.
MAN: OK.[MUSIC, "HIGHER GROUND"]Our hearts on higher ground.
DR. BRADLEY NELSON: Now, I want you to think about something.She's never been able to have a long term relationship.Why?Because she had a heart wall.And when she would see attractive guy,her heart would send a little butterfly of lovetowards that guy.But that little butterfly of love,that little love energy from her heart,would have to pass through those layers of anger,and resentment, and depression, and frustration, and sorrow,
DR. BRADLEY NELSON [continued]: and sadness.And by the time it got out on the other side of that energy,it wasn't a little butterfly anymore.It was probably more like a gargoyle.And the guy on the other end would sense thatand go the other direction.That's how this is working.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: The experiencesthat we've had in observing people going within,and beginning to un-memorize an old emotion,and then recondition the body to a new mind,or to a new emotion, the body begins to get back on line.It begins to heal itself.And we've seen people with MS, and lupus, and cancer.
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: And we've seen their bodies literallychange and the conditions return back to normal.So 5% of who we are is our conscious mind.95% are those subconscious programs that we've memorized.
DON TOLMAN: I am so thrilled to be 586 years old.Actually, what an I-- 39?Something like that.Anyway, I am pain free.I've never been to a doctor.I don't take medicines, never have.All I do is embrace the physics of nature.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: And I think about being happy and joyful.
NEALE DONALD WALSCH: When I move through the agendain a way that has nothing to do with all that other stuff,and only to do with the true agenda of my soul,all that other stuff comes in anyway without effort.All the stuff I thought I needed to strive for, yearn for, seekfor, and go after, it comes to me without any effort at all.
ALAIN HERRIOTT: What you find is you stop striving,and you start living.You start being rather than working hard at it.And when that occurs, the house you want just appears.The money you need seems to work out.It's not logical.But the trouble is, you see, it's not logical.
ALAIN HERRIOTT [continued]: There is no one way that works for everybody.If there was, we'd all be doing it already.
ROBERT SMITH: And I will say this.If you have something inside your mindthat's hurtful and painful, how long should you hold it?And I say, as long as you'd like a little child to hold it.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: Emotions is the energy that moves you.That energy in motion is the subtle energyand the life force that allows you to be who you are.
ROBERT SMITH: No matter where you are in life,it will help you deal with life better.You'll live longer, be happier.Your wrinkles won't be as deep.And you'll be a whole lot happier regardless.You'll look younger if you know how to getrid your stress and emotions.You'll be thinner.You'll make more money.Everything will change when you change your inner world,and change what you don't want, and turn itinto what you do want.
ROBERT SMITH [continued]: It works with everybody.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: And we move from the selfish states thatare driven by the hormones of stress,to the selfless states, where we really want to contribute,or we really want to make a difference.And so making an effort to really transform ourselves,I think, is the best way to begin to transform the world.
DR. DARREN WEISSMAN: No matter where you are, no matter whatyou're going through right now, no matterwhat you've already gone through,this is your starting point.And I encourage you to begin to look at yourself in an entirelynew way.
ALAIN HERRIOTT: What do you want out of your life?If you want freedom, this is a way.I'm sure is not the only way.But it's a darn good one.
RAYMON GRACE: But do something to make someoneelse or something feel better.That in turn will make you feel better.And I have a saying that goes something like this--that no act of kindness, regardless of how small,is ever wasted.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: Without getting too mystical,I think there is an intelligence within us that gives us life,that keeps our heart beating.It digests our food.It organizes trillions of functions per secondin all the cells of our body.It makes new cells, trillions of cells every second as well.
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: And that intelligence, that giver of life,we are an extension of it.That there is a power within us that when we contact it,or we begin to remove those emotionsand remove those habits that blockthe flow of this intelligence, when it beginsto move through us, when it begins to move in us,
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: and we begin to see its effect all around us,that level of energy that begins to move through usis who we really are.
NEALE DONALD WALSCH: What I've discoveredis that 98% of the world's peopleare spending 98% of their time on things that don't matter.That is, the average person has no ideawhat they're doing here, who theyare, the real fundamental and sacred purposeof their whole life.They imagine that life is about get the guy.Get the girl.
NEALE DONALD WALSCH [continued]: Get the car.Get the job.Get the house.Get the kids.Get the office in the corner.Get the bigger house.Get the bigger.Car get more kids.Get the grandkids.Get the gray hair.Get the sickness, and get the hell out.And that's not what life is about.Life has nothing to do with that.But most people live their lives asif that was exactly the script they're supposed to follow.What I understood is that we are sacred spiritual beings here
NEALE DONALD WALSCH [continued]: for a much larger reason, serving a much larger purpose,a divine purpose. that divinity itselfmight know itself experientially in, as, and through us.Knowing that has changed my entire life.
ALAIN HERRIOTT: But the key here is that as you open to it,you're removing the blocks that are in your wayto abundance, or really, to anything you truly desire.And then you arrive where you've been looking for.You are now in abundance.You have the house.You have the car.You have the comfortable life.
ALAIN HERRIOTT [continued]: Of course, your life will change along that path.And you may change what you want.And that too is OK.Because that's what makes it fun-- the option to change.
ROBERT SMITH: You tried changing the other people.You tried to change your husband,your wife, your mother.It doesn't work.But when you change you, it affectsthem, because of your attitude, and your beliefs,your behaviors.
DON TOLMAN: We've got to get backto the understanding of the power of the human bodyto heal itself.If you know how to support it with foods, and air, and water,and sunshine, and walking, and loving relationships,and finding something that you'repassionate about and happy.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: Those are the principles of health.That's where this comes from.Only your body can heal itself.Only your body heals itself.And most people have forgotten that.Doctors can sets bones, but they can't heal them.Only your body heals itself.Self care is the future.
DON TOLMAN [continued]: Why?Because it was the brilliant wisdom of the past.That's what we have to get back to and understand.
NASSIM HARAMEIN: And I think that at the centerof our being, we're going to discoverthe amazing, amazing, beauty that the universe offersour connection to it, and the amazing potentialthat each one of us is.
DR. JOE DISPENZA: One of the thingsthat I've experienced over the last several yearsis that whether I'm speaking to a CEO of a company, or a prisoninmate, or a teacher, or a janitor,I think that everybody secretly believes in their greatness,that they really believe that theycan do a better job in life.And the new science of neuroplasticity and epigenetics
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: gives people permission to begin to create the life that theydesire, and that science really hasbecome the contemporary language of mysticism.Science is the language to explain possibility.And I think one of the greatest things that I'velearned over the years is that you
DR. JOE DISPENZA [continued]: don't have to be a priest, or nun, or an intellectto begin to apply these principles.
ALAIN HERRIOTT: But gradually you find yourself in a placewhere things are fun all the time.And you get all these opportunities and possibilitiesthat are just absolutely staggering, showing themselvesto you.It's just a great way to live.[MUSIC, "HIGHER GROUND"]Rain rules deep inside my heart.
ALAIN HERRIOTT [continued]: Oh, oh, oh, oh.Oh, oh, oh, oh.No more walls keeping us apart anymore.Oh, oh, oh, oh.Oh, oh, oh, oh.
ALAIN HERRIOTT [continued]: Turn the page, to shine the lights.Souls rise and fly like satellites,to hide behind the world of truthis we make lightening, the sun and sorrow.
ALAIN HERRIOTT [continued]: Now is the moment.There's no tomorrow.Lost, and then we're found-- our hearts on higher ground.
NEALE DONALD WALSCH: Let me tell you a little anecdote.A few days ago, a lady said to me in Los Angeles,my husband died a year ago.And he shared with me a great lesson.On his death bed he said to me, come close.I want to tell you something.Listen very carefully.I can only say this once.I don't have much strength left.She said, I'm listening, darling.What is it?He said, remember this always.
NEALE DONALD WALSCH [continued]: Each morning, the moment you take your head off the pillow,you have all you need.[MUSIC, "HIGHER GROUND"]It's you who saves me.It's you who made me.Oh, oh, oh.
NEALE DONALD WALSCH: That allows me to live the kind of lifethat I've chosen to live.I only wish I had learned these things when I was much younger.So old so soon, so smart so late.[MUSIC, "HIGHER GROUND"]With every step we cross the universe.Don't hide behind a world of truth
NEALE DONALD WALSCH [continued]: is we make lightening, the sun, and sorrow.Now is the moment.There's no tomorrow.Lost, and then we're found-- our hearts on higher ground.
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It can be argued that many ailments are caused by our trapped emotions, traumas, and anxieties. Cultures that continue with ancient habits produce people who are long lived, healthy, and happy. This documentary explores the chakra system, healing methods, and tricks to letting go of emotional baggage.
It can be argued that many ailments are caused by our trapped emotions, traumas, and anxieties. Cultures that continue with ancient habits produce people who are long lived, healthy, and happy. This documentary explores the chakra system, healing methods, and tricks to letting go of emotional baggage.