We’ve been taught to look at everything around us at a surface level, but there’s more to life than meets the eye.
If we’re willing to venture into our inner worlds, we can change the way we experience our outer worlds.
Our lives are shaped by so much more than our bodily experiences, but there are times when we’re limited by our physical states.
What happens if our outer worlds and bodies have been impacted by some kind of physical trauma?
Can we overcome outer injuries by going deeper within ourselves?
In this episode, documentary filmmaker of My Neuroplastic Adventure, Victor Mifsud shares how the process of going blind helped him see more than ever before.
Just because you can’t see something, doesn’t mean it’s not there.
Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
- Where our ailments stem from
A lot of the physical trauma we experience in our current states comes from transgenerational trauma, or even past lives. If we alleviate that trauma, we can turn on the DNA switch and resolve the challenges we’re facing today.
- How unconditional love requires us to look deeper
Unconditional love shouldn’t only apply to the people in our lives, but to all living things in our universe. Once we understand that every natural entity is alive, we optimize our love creation for everything around us.
- The Third Dimension doesn’t matter
Our physical bodies and environments are only temporary. What matters most is our souls, so we have to be willing to put in the inner work to nurture them.
Vincent Mifsud is a DJ, artist, and documentary filmmaker. Also known as The Blind Biohacker, Vincent shares his experience of looking for a solution to retinitis pigmentosa through his documentary, My Neuroplastic Adventure. Vincent is passionate about helping people regain hope.
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Books mentioned on this episode:
Omni Reveals the Four Principles of Creation by John L Payne
The Brain That Changes Itself by Norman Doidge
It Didn’t Start With You by Mark Wolynn
Visionary Plant Consciousness by JP Harpignies