That is the question?
That is the question?
Do you love your dark thoughts? What does that even mean? Listen in to see what you think.
This is part 2 of Anthony Magnabosco’s SE conversation with two mormon missionaries.
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What is real? What is true? And who has the advantage when it comes to survival of the fittest: those who see it like it really is, or those who don’t?
Today Glenn does some Mormon-focused riffing on Donald Hoffman’s 2015 Ted Talk “Do we See Reality as it is?”
So if 90% of our 70,000 daily thoughts are repeats from the previous day — if our bodies create repetitive habits over time, and reinforces those habits unconsciously over and over and over again, how exactly can we change? Today’s episode explores Dr. Joe Dispenza’s advice.
How many throughts do you typically think on any given day? 600-700 maybe? 6000-7000 maybe?
Nope. It’s 60,000 to 70,000 thoughts per day. And 90% of those are thoughts that you are repeating from the previous day. And 50% percent of your memories are false.
What does that mean for the way you live your life?
Today Glenn addresses these questions as he walks you through part of Dr. Joe Dispenza’s recent series on the brain: Rewired.
Glenn and Tom discuss the movie Joker (spoiler alert — we talk about spoilers) and make the ever-so-obvious connections to Joseph Smith and the Mormon church. Enjoy!
Seven years. Six Hundred-Fifty-plus episodes. Six Million-plus downloads. Four Million-plus listeners. Let’s pause to celebrate what we have done and listen back to some of the great contributions from Randy, Scott, Bob, Matt, Tom, Glenn, John, Jake, Alison, and Heather. Enjoy!
What do Brigham Young and Charles Manson have in common? All you need is love — AKA shedding a wicked person’s blood so that they can pay for their sins and be exalted in the highest degree of the Celestial Kingdom. Cuz that is what Jesus REALLY meant when he said “love your neighbor as yourself.” It’s right there in the Journal of Discourses. Straight from the mouth of a prophet of God. Take a listen.