• October 20–22, 2017
  • Friday–Sunday: 2 nights

Progressive Workshop Ascending Your Energy, Tune Into Your New Destiny

For everyone.

Spend a weekend in retreat, away from external reminders of who you think you are, and learn about the new science of possibility. Joe Dispenza blends quantum physics, neuroscience, neuroplasticity, neuroendocrinology, psychoneuroimmunology, and epigenetics, to produce significant positive change in people’s lives.

Using interactive exercises and intensive meditations, you learn to

  • Find the sweet spot of the present moment where possibility exists
  • Change your beliefs and perceptions
  • Liberate emotional energy and use it to create a new destiny
  • Reprogram your genes, energize your brain, and open your heart
  • Recondition your body to a new mind
  • Use consciousness to command matter
  • Develop attention as a skill
  • Experience profound and ongoing shifts inside and out.

Many people report that they left this program a different person from when they came.

Note This program starts at 7:00 pm on Friday evening and has intensive hours which may limit your availability for other Kripalu events and Healing Arts services. Program ends at 6:00 pm on Sunday; dinner is included on the day of your departure.

Prerequisite and required reading Participants are required to view the Online Intensive Workshop Video and practice the accompanying meditations. They are included at no charge with your program registration; your reservation confirmation number allows you to log into the system. Participants are also required to read Joe Dispenza’s book, Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself, and be practicing the accompanying meditations.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
None
Suitable For
All
Program Theme
Personal Growth
Schedule
BLOC-171

Progressive Workshop at Kripalu


Presenter(s)

Joe Dispenza, DC, one of the scientists featured in the film What the BLEEP Do We Know!?, is a teacher, lecturer, researcher, and New York Times best-selling author.

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