Finding the right inspiration is crucial in any journey to self awareness and growth. Inspirational words can be found on so many platforms. Below we highlight some of our favourite books and meditations.
Finding a narrative that inspires you is a great way to help you grow and not become stagnant. There are of course many teachers and we all respond differently to how information is presented. Below you will find some of our favourite resources.
Inspirational words by the Three Amigos
If you haven’t heard of these three inspiring teachers, you are missing out. These three, Dr Joe Dispenza, Bruce Lipton and Gregg Braden all specialise in different areas.
- Dr Joe Dispenza – neuroscience
- Bruce Lipton – developmental biology
- Gregg Braden – bridging science, spirituality, and human potential.
Read more about them in Could a Humble Leader be the Answer.
Inspirational words by Dr Joe Dispenza
Dr Joe Dispenza’s research has been groundbreaking. He is an author, researcher and educator. His workshops are booked out within minutes and his message is that of change and empowerment.
His journey started with a accident when he was 26. With a grim outlook at recovery, he found that his body had the power to heal itself when he looked inward. This led him to dedicate his life to empowering others and researching the inherent power of the human psyche.
He has subsequently written many books and his guided meditations are a great source for thousands.
Dr Joe Dispenza’s books in chronological order include:
- Evolve Your Brain – 2007
- Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself – 2012
- You Are The Placebo Effect: Making Your Mind Matter – 2014
- Becoming Supernatural: How Common People Are Doing the Uncommon – 2017
Dr. Dispenza received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from Life University in Atlanta, Georgia. He graduated magna cum laude. His postgraduate education has been in neurology, neuroscience, brain function and chemistry, cellular biology, memory formation, and aging and longevity.
Meditations by Dr Joe Dispenza
Meditation can be a very powerful tool in self discovery and development. The art of meditation has been a part of Eastern cultures for many centuries.
Meditation therefore not only provides you with an opportunity to look inward, but the physical effects are tangible.
The purpose of meditation is to slow down the brain waves and overcome the analytical mind. This might seem like an impossible task at times, but that is what meditation helps you do. Relaxing the body and keeping the mind awake. This takes practice.
There are various forms of meditation. Dr Dispenza has guided meditations for sitting, lying down and walking. His meditations focus on finding an elevated emotion and experiencing what you want before it happens.
Make sure to also read Dr Joe Dispenza’s article on Demystifying the Meditation Process.
Below you will find some of our favourite meditations from Dr Joe Dispenza.
Inspirational Words by Gregg Braden
Gregg Braden is another favourite teacher. Originally a computer geologist, his work spans as a Senior Liaison with the U.S. Air Force Space Command and a position as the first Technical Operations Manager for Cisco Systems.
Gregg Braden has spent 22 years travelling to remote civilisations and learning from them.
Inspirational Words from Bruce Lipton
Bruce Lipton is a developmental biologist who supports the fact that gene expression is influenced by environmental factors.
He has subsequently written a few insightful books on this topic.
Bruch Lipton received his Ph.D. Degree from the University of Virginia at Charlottesville before joining the Department of Anatomy at the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine in 1973. Dr. Lipton’s research on muscular dystrophy, studies employing cloned human stem cells, focused upon the molecular mechanisms controlling cell behavior.
More of our favourite writers and teachers
Some more of our favourite teachers and authors below.
- Bob Proctor
- Napoleon Hill
- Harv Eker
- John MacDonald