“What you think you become
What you feel, you attract
What you imagine, you create”

Sadia Riaz

This is one of the greatest sayings of Buddha, which has a capacity to transform human beings into someone extraordinary powerful. It gave a strong message that real transformation begins from within you that change the entire shape of your life. 

In my life, I have been thinking about how one can transform into exceptionally great and powerful from within that becomes an intimate part of one’s personality and behavior? I was in a search of logical Process that can cause a real change… A change that is constant yet a continuous thing.

My search led me to work of Dr. Joe Dispenza who has spent decades to research how each one of us can transform from our ordinary-selves into someone exceptionally strong and unbelievable just by changing thinking process.

Out of many conclusions he had made out from his studies, I found two most important ones as key learnings from his studies: 1) what causes our environment has on our mind and body. How to be clever not to become a victim of your environment ; and 2) how the effects of our outer world can be controlled to bring a change in our inner-selves to make evolve.

Don’t be a Victim to your Environment

“Don’t expect anything in your life to change, if your environment is controlling your feelings and thoughts.” (Dr. Joe)

What does it mean? If your environment is controlling how you feel and think, that means you are a victim of your environment. So, turn that around and you start realizing that your feelings and thoughts create your environment, and you start seeing the effects of you at cost, you will react less to the people in your life, because you will understand that you’ll be back to the victim consciousness. And, when you start seeing it that you’re creating outcomes in your life, you will believe more that you’re the creator of your life and less the victim of your life.

Therefore, it is very important for you to understand what are you a victim of? (e.g. your problems or feelings that are controlled by someone else outside of you). You need to take back your control. How to take your control back? How to handle your feelings, emotions or any sort of problem you have in your personal, professional or social life? The answer is, you have to go deep down into yourself to program your brain.

Programing your Brain

Our brain is a complex network of programs that stores information from our past memories and descended them to formulate your present and future states. If you keep firing and wiring those networks in your brain, the hardware eventually becomes the software program and making choices that are in alignment with your future becomes more automatic. When you do it enough times, as we walk as our future self this behavior become the habit of the new self. This is how we create new habits of thought and behavior. Then one day you naturally walk from your door to your car as that future person… not as the unconscious programs that you normally live by.

“One of the other major hurdles in this process of becoming is to teach your body to emotionally feel your future. The more you can feel the emotions of your future, the less likely you will be to live in lack and separation, because the longer we condition our body into the emotions of our future, the more we feel like that future has already happened”. (Dr. Joe)

If you felt like your future had already happened, then you would not worry or stress, and you would not try to force, wish, or predict future outcomes. Instead, you would just know your future is coming towards you, so all you have to do is receive it when it comes knocking on your door. Staying in that energy the entire day is the work.

Meditation is the key

Each time you make a new choice that is in alignment with your future, you are priming your brain to install neurological hardware to actually think, act and want to feel like the person you want to be in your future.The practice then is first doing the meditation, then understanding why you’re doing it, and finally assigning meaning to the process. If you can master this process, you’ll be able to stand in line in the unconscious programs of your past. If you were more aware of who you were being in the moment, then you could actually elevate your body’s energy while you’re standing there, knowing that the more you stay in this energy, the more you draw your future to you.

*This blog used the content from the talks and content published by Dr. Joe Dispenza on different forums.