Gregg Braden Wisdom Codes – How Your Words Create Reality

Gregg Braden Wisdom Codes

Gregg Braden Wisdom Codes – Ancient Words to Rewire Our Brains and Heal Our Hearts

Gregg Braden Wisdom Codes present a cutting edge of neurolinguistics that meets the spiritual wisdom of the ages in a handbook of key words that literally rewire our brains.

New discoveries in biology and the neurosciences are revealing how the structure of language – the words we think and speak-can actually change the way the neurons in our brains and hearts connect. But our ancestors understood this connection intuitively, thousands of years ago.

They created specific word-patterns to provide comfort, healing, strength, and inner power in difficult times, and they encoded these powerful words in prayers, chants, mantras, hymns, and sacred writings to preserve them for future generations. Now beloved teacher and thought leader Gregg Braden cracks the code and puts these powerful words in your hands.

Gregg Braden Wisdom Codes

Gregg Braden Wisdom Codes is perfect as a pocket guide, a reference for spiritual study, or a gift to someone you love, this elegant, compact book contains Gregg Braden Wisdom Codes that cut to the core of life’s greatest tests, most challenging demands, and hardest lessons.

You’ll find chapters devoted to healing from loss and grief, facing your unspoken fears, finding certainty in the face of uncertain choices, and finding forgiveness, as well as ancient parables that offer a “fast track” to unraveling life’s deepest mysteries.

Each Wisdom Code is distilled from a quote, a scripture passage, or a parable-is accompanied by a brief discussion of what the code means, why it’s important, and how to apply it in your life.

Here is what Gregg Braden has to say about the wisdom codes:

“I think we all took for granted the freedoms of being able to gather together in a large conference physically in the presence of one another and I’m appreciating those times even more even more right now, but I have to tell you Lilou something’s very interesting because we have moved to the the online streaming and, The digital models.

I think what we’re beginning to understand is that we are more than the photons in the screen of a computer. I’m seeing your photons you’re seeing mine but we obviously are feeling a connection and that connection is more than just the the pluses and the minuses on the screen.

I think the lock-down is teaching us that we are connected and that we can feel the deep love of that connection even when we are no longer able to meet physically at, An and I I’m an optimist I believe we will be meeting I’m also a realist and realistically we’re going through a huge pivotal monumental shift in the way we think in the way we live and when we come out of that shift.

Codes are activating things in ourselves that have not yet experienced life in such a way and I’m very, you know, passionate about this topic and hearing your research because you have studied for many many years the ancestors and bridging it with our current actually bring solutions from the ancestors that are totally applicable to.

When I wrote this book, Gregg Braden Wisdom Codes, I had no way of knowing that the world would be in a global pandemic or in the lockdown specifically. I did sense that we were entering into a time of opportunity in a time of challenge both at the same time and I wanted to share a book that was not so technical that was not so scientific.

I am a scientist, another scientist with a strong background in life science. Is a marine biology cellular biology molecular chemistry, but I didn’t want this book to be about those things you mentioned the length of time that I’ve been doing this work much of my adult life as a scientist.

I have had the opportunity to travel to the most ancient and remote and isolated and mysterious and pristine places remaining on the earth from the monasteries of Tibet on the Chinese plateau into India and Nepal.

Through the Andes mountains of southern Peru and the Yucatan in Mexico and the Aboriginal traditions and the bedouin traditions in Egypt and more and the American desert Southwest where I lived and this is different as the cultures have been that I’ve studied with there’s a common theme that that ties them together and that theme is what this book is all about it tells us the our ancestors have always used words in times of need they’ve always turned to specific words or.

Brief phrases and they have been preserved in our prayers in our chance in our mantras in our hymns, they are preserved on the the walls of our most ancient temples in our most cherished texts and the oral traditions that go from father to son and from mother to daughter and my thinking was if the words have worked for our ancestors for over five thousand years in their time of need that those words will work for us as well, so that would.

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That was my thinking this scientists have only recently begun to discover the power of the words and I’m I’m just going to read the the opening of of my book I’m writing a quote from a neuroscientist his name is Andrew Neuberg and listen to what he says he says a single word has the power to influence the expression of genes that regulate physical and emotional stress he’s saying just the power of the word itself can change the, Actual biology of of our bodies.

I began to explore what this means and in the bottom line and I know my dear brother Joe the spends it talks about the power of of neurons that wire together and how they fire together so what the science now is telling us is the words that we use every day in our lives not only determine Lilou how we think about ourselves in our world, but the words determine what we are even capable of thinking about.

What we can even conceive when it comes to solving our problems so with those ideas in mind I have collected the the mudras and the chance and the mantras from my travels for many years I should have called this book one because there are so many yeah I had to select and what I did was I categorized according to human experience experiences laser chapter on fear there’s a chapter on protection there’s a chapter on on love there’s a chapter on loss.

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Because these are universal experiences and we all need some kind of strength and support when we have these experiences and these words have the ability to to give us those things so I I didn’t want to to only use one tradition so I went to the the the Hindu Vedas the oldest some of the oldest written text the the Vedas seven thousand years before present went to the the Buddhist traditions.

I went into the temple walls in in Egypt and the tomb walls and the texts that tell us what happens to a soul when the body.

And how they’re already talking about their emotions and how to deal with those emotions tell us about that well what this is ancient ancient Egypt. In Egypt was the first indigenous and ancient culture. I had the opportunity to explore back in the 1980s it was much easier to travel in and go to these places and in what are called the pyramid texts is one of the best preserved records you walk into a room.

Under under the surface of the earth and the texts are from the floor to the ceiling inscribed into the rock in a way so beautiful looks like the artist left yesterday, they’re not they’ve been protected over the years and what these texts are are telling the soul the the person the initiate would begin to study these texts while they were alive.

So that when they left this world when they were passing the text would already be familiar and in the the bottom line the theme to the text is that the soul was never born so the soul can never die the soul cannot be destroyed because the soul was never created it is eternal essence of energy changing form and the text describe to the initiate what to expect and the emotions to embrace the transition not to fight it.

But to embrace it and you know, it’s a very very interesting interesting tradition and and the the reason I chose this is because it paralleled the Hindu text and the Buddhist text they all say the soul cannot die we cannot die so when we lose our loved ones, whether they are humans or our animal loved ones or whoever it is.

I’ve lost friends recently and even though, my heart knows that they still exist intellectually the question for me is where did they just go how this deep mystery how can a human be breathing and consciously interacting with me in one moment and in another moment all of that ends what happened where did they go and it it parallels the mystery that happens on the other end at birth, you know science this is still a mystery, we lose sinus tell us first of all.

The power of the heart

The first organ that forms in your body and my body in our mother’s womb it’s not the brain it’s the heart yeah and and so here’s the mystery in one moment the heart is just this mass of cells motionless but functioning and in the next moment some mystery occurs in the heart begins to beat and scientists, they they really don’t know why that happens they attribute it to ion potentials across cell walls and all of that but the indigenous people almost you.

Universally from my my time in the Himalayas and the Andes mountains and the jungles of the Yucatan they all have the same story they say that the moment our heart begins that first mysterious beat is the moment the soul enters into the body and when the heart stops the beating is when the soul leaves the body and this is what these texts tell us.

So when we’re looking for comfort, and we say where did my mother go? They just just left this world. Or my partner, my husband or my wife. You know my father I lost my father long ago and you know, where did he go? And it’s not science, but it’s something that is meaningful to the human spirit to hear the words that have comforted for millennia and it triggers something within us and and what it begins to trigger is the way we think determines how the,

Neurons begin to send out the the the dendrites and begin to connect together and we begin to build a neural network reflecting the understandings from these ancient ancient texts and it changes the way that we think.

So I’m interested in the link between the body and how it feels when it’s intense. Hiding and repeating those mantras and the soul, what does it do? To. Sure, well you guess you ask me three questions right there.

So I’m going to answer all three of them. So when when I was my first journey into the Highlands of Central China, the monasteries to bed I with the translator I was with a the abbot of a monastery the overseer of the monastery and it was an older man and I was asking him I said, you know, when we see your prayers on the outside what’s happening inside your body?

So when we think of Tibetan prayers, we think of the chance, you know, we think of the mudra is, and the mantras and the bells and the bowls and the chimes and the incense we think of all of that. So I said when we see your all those things and we see your prayers on the outside I was interested in what’s happening inside and the man through the translator, he said to me you have never seen our prayers because a prayer cannot be seen.

He said what you see are the things that we do to create the feeling inside of our bodies, the feeling is the prayer. Feeling is the prayer. Now this parallel with science is telling us we have ceremonies and rituals that are meaningful to us but this is what’s so important.

What the abbot said to me was the words are not the prayer, but in the modern world we in in the the West have been taught if we say the right words at the right time, something is supposed to happen and when it does not sometimes we lose trust and we lose faith but the words it’s not the words it’s the feeling the very human experience that has been discounted by the patriarchy by the the male dominated patriarchy through the ages, the power of human emotion is really where our highest.

Levels of mastery and our deepest levels of power women typically are more attuned not always but typically are more attuned to their emotions because of their relationship with children and childbirth their relationship with nature and men as warriors it was believed that a man could not be an effective warrior if he was empathizing with his enemy so his emotions, you know walk a mile in your enemy’s shoes that doesn’t work on the battlefield.

So now I personally have found that is not true. I’m a warrior, you know, I’ve studied martial arts all of my life and and I’ve studied human emotion all of my life. I’m a double cancer and male so Cancerians are all about the power of emotion and I think emotion is our greatest tool to help us navigate with a different kind of warfare, it doesn’t have to be hand-to-hand combat and in the emotional judo and the emotional.

The power of emotions

Coming through the the power of our emotions we often can disarm a potentially violent situation through the understanding of our emotions and that’s a powerful form of warfare so without anyone actually being hurt so it’s interesting the the you ask about the soul the soul is does it well the the soul can be influenced what the tax tell us is that the there’s a this very interesting relationship.

Between the soul and the body they cohabit and the body is a vehicle they are united in summary specs but the soul is not influenced by those emotions to the degree that the body is so this is more about bringing the vehicle the body into an alignment to free the soul to its deepest and truest levels of expression, so here here’s what the science tells us.

For every emotion every experience we’ve ever had from the lightest of the light and the greatest ecstasy to the depths of our hurt and our suffering in our loss. Every experience creates a chemical in our bodies, the chemicals are called neuropeptides and those chemicals when they are created they are the chemical equivalent of our emotions so we have you know, ecstatic neuropeptides and we have suffering neuropeptides they want to metabolize through our bodies and enjoy the ecstasy.

They metabolize through perspiration and breath and tears and, So on when we are in trauma the trauma locks down the energy of those neuropeptides, it doesn’t allow them to metabolize until we resolve the trauma the words help us feel differently about our experience and when we feel differently we are resolving we’re not stuck we are resolving that trauma and in the resolution those neuropeptides are able to move freely and metabolize to the body.

It’s when those neuropeptides are stuck in this that it is so interesting we tend subconsciously. I’m not saying we do this consciously but we tend to store the neuropeptides in the organs and the tissues and the glands that we associate with the trauma.

Be fragmented, you know, how our soul wants to get real. She snaps out gets out and basically when she does her shamanic work, she brings it back together in the body of the person I can re experience it so those those years so how is it related to this the codes of wisdom because this is man stressed that we recite basically bring back the soul together that could have been fragmented at a certain time.

It all comes down to our feelings and our emotions so in this shamanistic traditions the shaman is performing rituals and rites and ceremonies for the individual in the word codes we’re doing this for ourselves in the word codes we are tying in to the the mantra and the prayer and the hymn and the chant of those who have come before us and I talk about this in the book it’s there are techniques of how these are used one of the techniques for example is to be in coherence between the heart and the brain.

Heart-brain harmony

I know many of my colleagues talk about this as well. I’ve worked with the Institute of Heart Math. Since the year that they were formed. I’m not their employee but we are colleagues and we work together and power we’re the only form of life.

We are the only form of life that has the ability to consciously harmonize our heart and our brain the neurons that we always knew were in the brain with the neurons that were recently discovered in the heart so we’re talking about two organs, but we harmonize those neurons into one system in our body.

Form of life can do this on demand at will consciously when we choose and it is our ability to do this that opens the door to this phenomenon that we call self-regulation of our biology self-regulation is where we awaken a powerful immune system who doesn’t want that in a global pandemic we awaken the longevity enzymes and in every cell in the body and it’s not just about living longer, but if you are living longer, it means you are healing you are regenerating you are.

Rejuvenating to give you the longevity heart brain harmony, this is what it does harmonizing the heart and the brain opens the door to deep resilience in times of extremes that we’re living now to deep states of intuition so for that inner knowing and so much more so it is in the state of heart brain harmony when we create that and all the instructions are in the book – Gregg Braden Wisdom Codes.

The power of words

I give the instructions then, these words and hymns and prayers and mantras become even more potent.

So they I think they work they can always help but they find their greatest potency and and this is what I found in studying with the indigenous people this is the Tibetans that I’m with they create the heart brain harmony the the shamans they create it’s it’s through breath focus and feeling those those three things come together to create this harmony and then in the presence of that harmony we invoke the word codes and that is where they are even more potent, yeah.

Secret Mantras

Those mantras is hymns those those secret words, we we bypass our mental state our subconscious and we can implant and beyond that and this is how it feels to me on an intuitive level that we reach a deeper level and then we’re really making connection with the divine your intuition is so right on it is right on and I know you’re I know you personally I know you’re a deeply intuitive woman and part of the this is where the science of the heart brain harmony really helps us to.

Understand what we sense intuitively so that we can do more of the things that work and maybe less of the things that don’t work so well, so if we try to solve our problems only through the brain through the mind. And if we try to heal our hurts our trauma only through the mind.

If we try to ask the deep questions, should I stay in this relationship or should I leave? Should I stay in this job? Should I leave? Should I stay in this city or should I move to the country? I mean these requests are questions people are asking. If you answer those questions through your mind, here’s what happens.

The brain and the ego

The brain is a polarity organ. So, you will always have the left and the right brain. You will always have the good in the bad and the right in the wrong. Success is failure, the earth is worthless. This is the power of the human heart: the neural network in the human heart is not a polarity network; the neural network in the heart does not work through the ego loops of the brain.

The ego loop is our story, our conditioning, all of the patterns and beliefs of our parents and our society in our culture and our education, our religion, all of that is in the brain. A complex neural network with the same kinds of neurons is not linked; it is not a polarity organ; it’s not linked to those ego loops.

So when you harmonize the heart and the brain then you lift yourself out of those ego loops and you receive intuitive answers very quickly. Usually really clean answers the heart is not judgmental the heart will never judge another person or yourself. Your heart will always tell you what is true for you in the moment.

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This is why in my experience almost universally when I’m in the middle east then indigenous people, they take a full hand right over the human heart or when I’m in the the Yucatan with Amaya, right over the heart ancient Christians always made a big pot right over the heart.

The Buddhists have the prayer mudra and they hold it and it’s abandons do this and the Buddhists do this Tibetan Buddhists and traditional Buddhists that little pressure right on your heart that pressure draws your awareness from your mind to the place where you feel the touch.

And this is one of the techniques that has been used successfully for a very long time to help us to focus in our heart. I am again in the brief conversation we’re having now. I’m happy to answer the questions we cannot answer them completely and I want people to know what we’re talking about and if they want more information it’s in our programs, it’s in the Gregg Braden Wisdom Codes book as well.

Yes. Or in life. So there is I mean, I’m very interested about the the again related to this book the those wording those secret words. I understand what you’re saying. It is realized with the heart and it helps us to make decisions and to flow with life and to be in the flow with life and truth.

Getting in touch with Divine Power

To make contact , to get in touch with our divine power and to let our soul lead. But how does this specific word wire these? Big words sacred and how do they enter in resonance? How does it really work? These are how to make them. Because most of us already have secret texts around us.

We’re just not using them in the as you said we’re just reciting or we just say it’s a great question and then there are two ways that I’m aware of these texts work number one, we’ve already talked about the words have meaning and when we read those words that meaning changes the way that we feel.

And then the presence of that shift we are changed chemically Andrew Neuberg tells us we are changed genetically. So the meaning of the words themselves. This is where it gets a little tricky with translations because in some languages there is no word to word translation and that’s why in the book the second part is the actual vibration of the native language, whether it is Sanskrit, whether it is Hindu whether it is the Hebrew language, Whether it is the Egyptian tones all of and I have given those in here as well.

Om Namah Shivaya mantra

So, let me I guess give two examples. Yeah. So for example in the Hindu text one of the most powerful Hindu mantras is om Namah Shivaya. Om Namah Shivaya. There is really no single English or French word that each of those sounds translates into. So we can create. You know a sentence to give meaning but the actual word doesn’t and does not have an equivalent in the English language.

So what this mantra is all about Om is the seed syllable. It is believed to be the primal vibration that set into motion the universe as we know it today. The Maya is about the self. It’s about honoring and adorning and adoring the power of the soft Shivaya and you see behind me to remind me every day.

You see a dancing Shiva. In the Hindu traditions this represents the three deities the trilogy Brahma the creator Vishnu the preserver Shiva and there’s controversy around Shiva because what if you google this you may find that Shiva is called the destroyer but in the deep understanding of the Hindu traditions.

Shiva is the transformer. Sometimes to transform what exists into what is. Get to be a. What exists must be destroyed but it is not destruction for the sake of destruction it is the breakdown of what is not true to give way to something of a deeper truth. So Om Namah Shivaya is a way of honoring that within ourselves, but there are no direct words.

So the mantra itself is on the mind, and in one of the songs home the masjid I own Namah Shivay. It’s a very very powerful man. I can feel that right now just from saying, So that is one one aspect of using the original sound. The idea is one of my I think honestly Lilou one of the most powerful of these is a prayer in the native.

The Navajo tradition

North American it is an indigenous tradition that’s called Navajo that is very close that Navajo land is very close to where I am right now. Beautiful land high desert thin air 3,000 meters above sea level. Just beautiful blue skies. And in the Navajo tradition the power of beauty.

It is revered as the fifth force in physics. So physics tells us in the sim talks about this a lot when you and I are dear friends brothers, you know, we were doing research together right now. We talk about this sometimes. Before the forces of physics the electromagnetic first gravitational force was the strong and the weak nuclear force.

Those are acknowledged the fifth force the novel Jose is the power of beauty and for them beauty is more than an aesthetic. It is literally a force we are changed in the presence of beauty because when we behold beauty we feel differently in the presence of beauty that difference changes the chemistry and we now know the DNA inside of our body.

So the novel has a very long prayer too long to go into here to honor beauty and then they have an abbreviated version. That I say to myself almost every day sometimes multiple days, it is a cornerstone of my life. Beauty has been a Cornerstone of my life since I was a kid.

So the prayer simply three three, very easy lines the beauty that I live with the beauty that I live by the beauty upon which I base my life. The beauty I live with tells us that beauty already exists everywhere we do not have to create it. The beauty that I live by invites us to seek out the beauty in all things because it’s already there.

There is something beautiful in everything that we experience. Our job is to find it. Mother Teresa was a master of this and I talk about that in the book. The beauty upon which I base my life is the invitation to allow the power of beauty to serve us in our lives.

Finding beauty

And when we begin to approach our difficult relationships, if I’m gonna have a difficult phone call with a publisher or with a producer or with a partner in life or with ourselves or with an election. Or whatever it is that is happening in our lives with a lockdown that is an invitation to not be defined by the circumstances as they appear but to find the power and the mastery to define ourselves by the beauty of which exists in all things and our job is to find that.

So I say it to myself in the morning and the shower I say it on a walk in nature. I hike every day. So those are two examples. One of them is the actual vibration of the word, the second one is the significance that we give to our experiences and help us to find a way to to think differently about those experiences.

Thank you and I would go. I would like to go within this interview before the end of this. Third one.

With round dust I am. I am that I am. Tell us about this one because it seems to be a very particular one. Like very different and special. They’re all special but this one is particularly intriguing can you? So what I will say is we could do an entire program on this at the end of the book.

Power Codes and the Hebrew language

I describe two codes that are called power codes. We find these. We find them in the number of indigenous traditions, they are most pronounced in the Judeo-Christian tradition because they were preserved in the original Hebrew language. Solomon makes a distinction. This isn’t about Jewish faith. It is about the Hebrew language in the codes that were left for us.

The Hebrew language is one of the most mysterious, it is called a core or a root language. There were originally six root languages. Sanskrit Cuniform. I’m sorry Sanskrit. Yeah, Cuneiform Hebrew and Arabic and two others that are no longer used. These were the original languages and it is a very stable language.

We find texts that are over 2,500 years old and we look at those today and that they’re almost identical and very stable. So in these traditions what we’re told. Is that the phrase I am and the the Hebrew way of saying that is is actually a code that communicates vibrationally as well as the meaning that that is and I will I will and I am so for example when people say we we typically think when we say I will means I will take out the trash tomorrow morning means.

I’m going to do something later but in these. Spiritual traditions the word. I will, it’s not something I’m going to do later, it is something that I am saying I will do that this be true in other words. I claim that this is true and it’s a very different use of the word so when we understand that and I am the same we go back and we look in these original traditions without the judgment that so many people have put around these were powerful codes that were left to our human family.

By those who understood them in a time passed and if we can cut through all of the baggage and all of the judgment and go to the wisdom of those who have come before us that wisdom can serve us in our lives, so the I am code there’s been a lot written about the codes some more accurate than others it is a declaration of what is true in the present moment and and how that is applied and when we when we embrace that declaration in the presence of heart brain health.

Harmony is the key when we harmonize the heart and the brain. It’s like saying to the biology all systems go all systems are ready all systems are primed. Because this literally is what happens when harmonize the heart and the brain the harmonizes all of the systems and the body the metabolic systems all the cells come in the harmony there’s a frequency point one hurts a very low frequency that is created say healing frequency when we create that you can think of that as the operating system.

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In the human body just like the operating system on the computer the operating system wants us there, it needs a program to function but the program works best under the operating system.

I am is a program I will is a program so when we optimize our operating system harmonize the heart and the brain and then we claim our healing we claim our joy we claim our life with the I AM and the the codes that are associated with I am it is more potent in in that heartbreaking army and again, I describe it all probably much better than the book.

I guess it’s not a book that has to be written from cover to cover and it’s very practical so thank you so much. I feel it’s a really timely time. I I wrote this as a book that doesn’t need to be read cover to cover. I would recommend reading Gregg Braden Wisdom Codes introduction because I talk about heartbreak harmony and how to use the codes but you know, when you’re suffering or in times of fear you don’t have time to read the Gregg Braden Wisdom Codes book you just want to get to the information.”

Listen to Gregg Braden in an interview with Lilou Mace

Gregg Braden explains his latest discoveries about how words can rewire our brains and heal our hearts.


Who is Gregg Braden

Gregg Braden is a five-time New York Times best-selling author, researcher, educator, lecturer and internationally renowned as a pioneer bridging science, spirituality, and human potential.

From 1979 to 1991 Gregg worked as a problem solver during times of crisis for Fortune 500 companies, including Cisco Systems where he became the first Technical Operations Manager in 1991. He continues problem-solving today as he merges modern science and the wisdom of our past to reveal real-world solutions to the issues that challenge our lives. His research has led to 15 film credits and 12 award-winning books. Gregg Braden best selling books are now published in over 40 languages.

Gregg is a member of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and is active with visionary organizations including the HeartMath Global Coherence Initiative and The Arlington Institute. He has presented his discoveries in over 30 countries on six continents and has been invited to speak to The United Nations, Fortune 500 companies and the U. S. military.

The United Kingdom’s Watkins Journal lists Gregg among the top 100 of “the world’s most spiritually influential living people” for the 7th consecutive year, and he is a 2020 nominee for the prestigious Templeton Award, established to honor “outstanding individuals who have devoted their talents to expanding our vision of human purpose and ultimate reality.”


Who is Lilou Macé

Lilou Macé, author and interviewer, is the creator of numerous interviews, video blogs, books, websites, and events. She has been recognized as an international reference on the Internet since 2006, with more than one hundred million views on YouTube.

Lilou has been traveling across the world since 2011 to interview authors, therapists, scientists, and celebrities in search of a more global, inspiring understanding of our lives. Beyond cultures, dogmas, and countries, Lilou brings together the visible and the invisible, the material and the spiritual, the rational and the intuitive. She shows that unification is not only possible but necessary for our evolution and for our society.

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