The problem is you’ve been duped. You’ve become a victim of the pervasive and dangerous cultural myth that we were all taught as children.
You might have learned this myth from a family friend, your school teachers, or even your parents…
For the first 37 years of my life I followed the “set goals, work hard, and never give up” success formula. In fact, I managed to achieve a six figure income running my own dental practice so on the outside it looked like our culture’s success formula was working!
The fact was this traditional formula wasn’t working and I knew it because I felt a great empty void in my life.
The problem was I didn’t want to be a dentist anymore, but I felt trapped in my career. It seemed that being a dentist was the only way I could make a living to support my family, but I hated it.
The work wasn’t fulfilling and I was so shy I took my continuing education credits through the mail just to avoid social gatherings.
After living the first 37 years of my life in silent resignation, I met my personal mentors. They did something for which I will be forever grateful.
"Thank you Dr. Joe. Your program helped me recognize how I was addicted to sadness and as soon as I realized this, I was able to take responsibility for managing my thinking. My depression is gone and I am making friends and loving life for the first time in too long."
Once I understood the cost of settling for anything less then my ideal life, it gave me the impetus I needed to make a lasting change, and that’s when a whole new world opened up to me.
Have you ever noticed how some people can smoke virtually their entire life and live to be 90 whereas others get diseases like cancer and die before they reach 40?
Have you ever noticed that sometimes when a virus like the flu breaks out that some people never get infected even if they never get vaccinated while others are easily susceptible to any ailment even when they take the right precautionary steps?
Cellular memory (as the name implies) is basically the memory that resides inside the cells within the body. That’s right; every single one of the cells in your body actually has a memory of its own.
Each of the cells within the body actually stores reserves of information related to past experiences (both positive and negative) within their memory.
This is often the reason why someone who beats cancer will experience a relapse. The same is true of those who suffer from addiction or any other type of disease.
What’s really occurring is a relapse of memory within the cell that is causing the body to react in a certain way.
This truth applies to every aspect of your life in both the physical and metaphysical world; meaning...