Dr Joe Dispenza Book Reviews and The Practical Application of Meditation

As someone who has practiced meditation for many years, I wanted to "simplify" what I feel Dr. Joe Dispenza's research has revealed...
LOS ANGELES - July 1, 2021 - PRLog -- As someone who has practiced meditation for many years, I wanted to "simplify" what I feel Dr. Joe Dispenza's research has revealed.

The supposed benefits of meditation have been tossed around for years.

But I firmly believe that Dr. Dispenza's work has documented the true benefit and the 'reason why' it should be practiced.

Dr. Joe's work Dr. Joe involves neurology, brain function and chemistry, and memory formation.

We Have An Old Brain
When primitive man was confronted with a dangerous situation like a tiger showing up to eat him the fight or flight survival mechanism kicked in. He would, actually the body would since this is done unconsciously, decide to take action (fight) or run (flight).

What Are Catecholamines?
Let's get scientific for a  moment. The following information is brought to you by HarvardHealth.edu

Catecholamines include neurotransmitters such as dopamine, epinephrine (adrenaline), and norepinephrine (noradrenaline), which are released during the body's stress response. The adrenaline rush you have probably felt when scared is the result of catecholamines.

During a fight-flight-freeze response, many physiological changes occur. The reaction begins in your amygdala, the part of your brain responsible for perceived fear. The amygdala responds by sending signals to the hypothalamus, which stimulates the autonomic nervous system (ANS).

The autonomic nervous system has two components, the sympathetic nervous system, and the parasympathetic nervous system. The sympathetic nervous system functions like a gas pedal in a car. It triggers the fight-or-flight response, providing the body with a burst of energy so that it can respond to perceived dangers.

In the 1920s, American physiologist Walter Cannon was the first to describe the fight-or-flight response. Cannon realized that a chain of rapidly occurring reactions inside the body helped to mobilize the body's resources to deal with threatening circumstances.

(Yes, I know I aimed to "simplify" so let me get back on course.)

Here's The Point

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