Re-Wiring the Mind in What the Bleep Do We Know?: Creating Positive Intentions and Modeling as an Outline for the Day

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Re-Wiring the Mind in What the Bleep Do We Know?: Creating Positive Intentions and Modeling as an Outline for the Day
The primary focus of this study will be to use the guidelines for creating “intentions” for the day through the model Dr. Joe Dispenza defines in the film What the Bleep Do We Know? (2004). By understanding the power of intentions in the human mind to “re-wire” itself through daily affirmations and through the personal will, the often negative thinking patterns found in the mind can be altered. Dispenza provides a type of consciousness that is part of how I live my day, revealing how I learned to transform my own mind in this model. By detailing the experiences I encountered throughout one day of my life, Dispenza provides...
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.....nsecurity and fears about being happy at my job, I had learned that by intending a good day at work, those fears were not even present—they simply didn’t exist. By living in the now and intending to have a good day, What the Bleep had taught me that all I had to do was be myself and focus on positive intentions and my goals would materialize on their own. This was the important lessons I learned from this film, helping me to find empowerment and control over how I perceived the world; so that I could alter and change my mindset to anew and positive self identity. 
Works Cited:
“I Create My Day.” 2008. Whatthebleep.com. May 7, 2009. 
What the Bleep Do We Know? Dir. Betsy Chasse. Perfs. Dr. Joe Dispenza. Marlee Matlin. 20th Century Fox, 2004.