Evolve Your Brain: The Science of Changing Your Mind

Written by:
Joe Dispenza Dc
Narrated by:
Sean Runnette

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
January 2017
18 hours 39 minutes
Joe Dispenza, DC, has spent decades studying the human mind-how it works, how it stores information, and why it perpetuates the same behavioral patterns over and over. In the acclaimed film What the Bleep Do We Know!? he began to explain how the brain evolves-by learning new skills, developing the ability to concentrate in the midst of chaos, and even healing the body and the psyche.

Evolve Your Brain presents this information in depth, while helping you take control of your mind, explaining how thoughts can create chemical reactions that keep you addicted to patterns and feelings-including ones that make you unhappy. And when you know how these bad habits are created, it's possible to not only break these patterns, but also reprogram and evolve your brain, so that new, positive, and beneficial habits can take over.

I'm not even halfway through the book and I'm already blown away this is absolutely incredible I'm so happy that I picked this book for my free book thank you so much for this option!!

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Helen E.

I cannot get enough of this guy. what an awesome read. can't wait to get my teeth into more of his books

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James D.

Humbug. Nonsense. Rubbish. BS. Poppycock. Fluff. Pseudoscience. Bunk. Gibberish. If you believe there is a chance healing crystals might be a real thing, this book may be right for you. If on the other hand you have even a single toe on the plane of rationalism, do not bother with this book. I want my money back.

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Clara V.

Excellent author, excellent narrator. difficult topic easily explained, exciting also to a non scientific audience. Chapeau!!! Very motivating.to mentally discover new horizons and dare new experiences. highly recommended

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Valentin L.

I'm not finished yet but the content is fantastic, you need to respect your time relaxed and focused to hear it. A lot of specific and scientific words are told.

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Extremely informative if you like a lot of anatomy and physiology, which is most of the book. The most fascinating part for me was the part about how he decided he was going to recover from the accident.

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Bobby D.

I got about four hours into this waffling journey of biology lessons and spiritualism before giving up. I can't fathom how it's rated so highly.

The narrator is excellent. Having an old contemplating professor voice alone makes this a relaxing listen. Aside from that it is a genuinely good book. At first you might be worried that it is just interesting anecdotes, while it is waxing poetry about the magical brain. It is an interesting factual into to neurology however, with practical advice that works, if you remember to use them. Really hearhy 10/10 recommend from me.

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Patty A.

The biggest education I learned is that we have the ability to change the way our brain sends our physical body a pattern of reactions. Sometimes good patterns and sometimes poor patterns. Recognize results of your bad choice pattern. This requires you to be honest which likely is a painful acknowledgement. Make a change to this continuous unhealthy, non productive brain producing whole body physical memory pattern. Do this even though it is not your previous pattern. You can just make new actions that will make a new pattern. Your brain and body evolves by you finding your ability to change bad patterns. Work at it. This will require you to be honest, reactive and constant.

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Pure pseudoscience. The narrator has a good voice, though.

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Lukas P.

misleading book and starts talking about how person lives with blood cancer. what a bul*shit. waste of a time, but kept listening till 4 hours as its hypnotic.

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Lise King

Truely inspiring. Mind over matter gets a completely new meaning.

I absolutely love this author. His detail on how he moved through recovering from his dreadful accident was an excellent example of what the brain can achieve – and how.

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Tali B.

enjoyed the last chapter the rest was too difficult for me and felt like a hard read for me. this kind of book with lots of info for me would have been better in print

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Heidi S.

Could not fault it, great book and engaging narrator

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I loved it, it helped me so much

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Dennis D.

the human thought processes clearly explained

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Craig Allen

amazing book. very informative and potentially life changing if you put the effort and sedition into it.

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Bob S.

Dr Joe has done an amazing job interpreting the physiology of brain based processes and delving into the actual processes around change of conscious thought and neuroplasticity. For those interested in the power of the mind it’s a fascinating production.

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John H.

This is a riveting and informative book that will give you a good, fundamental education on the inner workings of the brain. Dr. Dispense takes us on a journey through this incredible and mysterious organ, piquing my curiosity to learn more. The narration is clear and attention-grabbing. I plan to revisit parts of this book in the future. Five stars!

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Roxana B.

Great book with lots of insights that are helpful in self-improvement and self development

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Dietmar B.

I read some of the reviews...what contrasts. I guess you either can believe your brain is powerful or you don't. There is a bit of simplicity in his samples of instant cure (why not do a randomized blind study) that belies the power of his argument. Big picture, he is right. I developed tinnitus just before I started this book. I already knew much of the theories he would present, since he did not invent them . Still I learned. Tinnitus is not curable and I use his tools successfully to stop the sound, whenever it starts. Thank you.

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Terri Bocz

If you appreciate scientific accuracy, careful research or proven facts, then don't be misled by the many 4 and 5 star reviews of this book. A lot of people also think highly of The Secret. If you didn't enjoy The Secret you probably won't enjoy this, either.

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Dabing C.

Total nonsense.

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Kathleen F.

As a psychologist, he covered alot of important, general information. However, it may be information overload for most people!

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Graham C.

If you wanted a science book on your mind, you have come to the wrong place

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Amazing book!

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Jessica G.

Mind-blowing book. Full of scientific knowledge and personal experiences that will make you rethink the way you see yourself and life.

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Janna D.

Game changer!

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I think this book is an excellent material not only for academics but also for those people who wants to know their self's better, understand other people behavior, and their surrounding relationships.

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highly recommended

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Jonathan Curtis

Enjoyed this book, got me interested in getting more Joe Dispenza books. This book was a great introduction to the workings of the brain and how to change how the brain creates feelings and emotions.

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