The science of manifestation with Dr James Doty

Neurosurgeon and renowned author Dr James Doty explains how manifestation can help you live the life you want.

Dr James Doty wants you to conjure the life of your dreams. The Stanford University neurosurgeon, author, and mate of the Dalai Lama, the Pope, and Desmond Tutu (despite being an atheist) knows a thing or two about manifestation.

You can listen to episode 19 here .

The science behind self-actualisation

On today's Braincare Podcast, Dr James Doty explains the incredible results of manifesting your intention with all of your senses. Plus, he explains how seemingly serendipitous moments of good fortune are linked to our self-actualisation practices.

Some of the greatest gifts I have been given is because I reached out and was kind to somebody.

It's about the journey rather than the destination

Is there really a secret to happiness and peace? Dr James Doty has spent hours in conversation with revered spiritual leaders and he's picked up a trick or two. He shares the problem with goal-oriented mindsets, and why being in it for the journey can be mentally liberating.

When it's all about attachment to a goal, this is what typically creates unhappiness—it's attachment and not getting what you want.

Podcast episode takeaways

In this second episode with Dr James Doty we will cover:

  • How can you manifest your intentions with all of your senses?

  • Manifestation and the subconscious mind

  • Extraordinary connections: why you should never take people for granted

  • Neuroplasticity and manifestation

  • Mind over matter: how to change your fate

  • What one thing do all spiritual leaders have in common?

Listen to the full episode here —and subscribe to The Braincare Podcast to get more bitesize interviews with the world's leading scientists and experts.

Want to learn more about the power of your neurons? Check out our previous episode with Dr James Doty on The Science of Compassion and Brain Health.

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