A week of synchronicity, learning from the Divine, and oh yeah, collapsing time. Niagara Falls, 2019
Updated: Jul 11, 2020
1650 People, Dr. Joe Dispenza Workshop ‘The Sacred Heartist’
(my 4th Advanced since September 2018)
For those unfamiliar with the work of Dr. Joe Dispenza, he is a neuroscientist who teaches the science and tools of connecting our consciousness to the Quantum Field through meditation. The week-long Advanced workshops often have over 60 countries represented in attendance. He teaches them all over the world. Most sell out in less than 2 hours. It is total immersion for one week where you get away from re-creating your past everyday as your future, often to the point of serious dis-ease. You are out of your comfort zone. Sitting a little too close to the person next to you. You have to explain scientific Quantum Physics to the person next to you as Dr. Joe lectures on the scientific principles of the field and how it relates to our lives. And, how much it supports who we are being, with unconditional love through our free will, even if we are being a jerk. Author of Becoming Supernatural, The Placebo Effect, Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself- How to lose your mind and create a new one. It is hands down, the most fun I’ve ever had in a week, which is why I’ve done four of them in 12 months. I am never the same person afterwards.
I will preface this to say I brought a book with me that I had just begun reading. I found it fascinating as it seemed to be following me in “real time,” as if it was following my exact thoughts as I formed them totally unrelated to what the book was currently talking about, or, it was telling me what was going to happen within the next couple of hours. The book is Waking Up In 5D, by Maureen J. Page St. Germain. I have no recollection how I heard of the book or how it showed up on my Kindle. This is about slowing down enough, being aware and open enough to create each moment of my life as it unfolds.
*I had only learned a few months ago what the Flower of Life was. So, reading the book, first morning of the workshop, it says “wear the Flower of Life somewhere on your body. Or, make a picture of it and lay it on a full body photo of yourself.” So, I think, “I have never really seen (key words) a flower of life anywhere, but I’d like to have one. I’m a little early, coming back from a break. I wander into the gift shop to see if there is anything I’d love to have, and there in front of me the Flower of Life pendant made by a place that also does Tiffany. It took me about 6 seconds to connect the dots as I became more aware, mesmerized by the pendant and not really thinking. Well, of course I bought it.