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Breaking The Habit of Being Yourself

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In the grand New Year’s tradition of ‘in with the new’ and
an ongoing effort to bring in new, interesting and exciting programs, the
Wellesley Community Center will be home to a seminar, “Breaking the Habit of
being Yourself”, in The Henderson Hall, Saturday January 19 starting at 11:45 PM.  





The program content is developed by Dr. Joe Dispenza,
leading brain/change expert and international best selling author of Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself:
How to Lose Your Mind and Create a New One 
and Evolve Your Brain.





The seminar will be hosted by Gertrud Lola, who is a
practitioner of Naturopathy and is a licensed massage therapist and former
teacher.  She is the founder of Metro West
Healing Center in South Natick.   She believes that the human body is designed
to be a self healing mechanism and that the human body should inspire health
and well being. 





During her visit to the Wellesley Community Center, Gertud Lola
talked about the common day to day challenges we all face with stressful
situations that induce natural ‘fight or flight’ reactions and how nature has
programmed us with this ability to react. 
She stated that, these stressful situations are designed to be very
short term events from a physiological stand point.   However, we humans, use our intelligence to
get in our own way of restoring our psychological state back to ‘normal’.    We
tend to dwell on situations that are not always to our advantage.  She went on further to explain the “unanimous
belief in biology that the brain was hardwired, meaning that we are born with a
certain amount of neurological connections and the finality in life was that we
were going to turn out like our parents”.  She wants to show how to put the body back in
repair, pointing out that stress has been linked as the prevailing source of illness
and mortality in the USA.  She teaches how
to have control over these situations and not always rely on damage control
afforded by the therapy community all the time.





Metro West Healing Center is hosting this seminar and workshop,
featuring a live simulcast “Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself”, produced
by Dr. Joe Dispenza.   Dispenza, studied biochemistry at Rutgers and
also holds a BS degree with an emphasis in Neuroscience.  He also received his Doctor of Chiropractic
and his post graduate training and continuing education has been in neurology,
neuroscience, brain function and chemistry, cellular biology, memory formation
and aging and longevity.  He has taught
how to re-program individuals’ thinking through neuro-physiologic principals,
showing us how to reach our specific goals and visions by eliminating self
destructive habits.  “His approach
creates a bridge between true human potential and theories of neuroplasticity,
explaining how thinking in new ways, as well as changing beliefs, can literally
rewire one’s brain.”





The seminar content will cover; the science of changing your
mind, why we keep repeating the same patterns, the difficulty of change, how
disease is created and how you can heal many physical conditions.  Break unwanted emotional states of mind ,what’s
behind spontaneous remissions.  Create a
new personality and a new personal reality. 
Access your subconscious mind and the power of mental rehearsal to change
your brain and body.  Demystifying
meditation.





The seminar will run from 12:00PM until 3:30PM.  The program will resume at 5:00PM and
continue until 9:00PM.  Admission is free
and food and beverages will be provided compliments of Metro West Healing
Center.   To request seating Gertrud Lola
can be reached at gertrudl@drjoedispenza.com
or 508-653-5226.  

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