The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, & Miracles

The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, & Miracles

Bruce H. Lipton

Language: English

Pages: 240

ISBN: 1401923127

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


With more than 100,000 copies sold of his self-published book, The Biology of Belief, Bruce Lipton teams up with Hay House to bring his message to an even wider audience. This book is a groundbreaking work in the field of new biology, and it will forever change how you think about thinking. Through the research of Dr. Lipton and other leading-edge scientists, stunning new discoveries have been made about the interaction between your mind and body and the processes by which cells receive information. It shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology, that instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our thoughts. Using simple language, illustrations, humor, and everyday examples, he demonstrates how the new science of Epigenetics is revolutionizing our understanding of the link between mind and matter and the profound effects it has on our personal lives and the collective life of our species.

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Department of Energy’s microbial genome program told Science (2001 294:1634) “we can no longer comfortably say what is a species anymore.” (Pennisi 2001) This sharing of information is not an accident. It is nature’s method of enhancing the survival of the biosphere. As discussed earlier, genes are physical memories of an organism’s learned experiences. The recently recognized exchange of genes among individuals disperses those memories, thereby influencing the survival of all organisms that

molecule is motivated to seek water, while its lipid portion abhors water and seeks stability by dissolving in oil. Electron micrograph showing the cell membrane at the surface of a human cell. The dark-light-dark layering of the cell membrane is due to the ordering of the barrier’s phospholipid molecules (inset). The lighter center of the membrane, the equivalent of the butter in our sandwich, represents the hydrophobic zone formed by the legs of the phospholipids. The dark layers above and

stays negative. The positive charge outside the cell and the negative charge inside make the cell essentially a self-charging battery whose energy is used to empower biological processes. Another variety of effector proteins, cytoskeletal proteins, regulates the shape and motility of cells. A third variety, called enzymes, breaks down or synthesizes molecules, which is why enzymes are sold in your local health food store as a digestive aid. When activated, all forms of effector proteins,

to a number of adult ailments that Nathanielsz outlines in his book Life In The Womb, (Nathanielsz 1999) including diabetes, heart disease and obesity. For example, Dr. David Barker (ibid.) of England’s University of Southampton has found that a male who weighs fewer than 5.5 pounds at birth has a 50 percent greater chance of dying of heart disease than one with a higher birth weight. Harvard researchers have found that women who weigh fewer than 5.5 pounds at birth have a 23 percent higher risk

well as a gifted astronomer, who launched the Spirit/Science split when he released to the public his profound manuscript De revolutionibus orbium coelestium (On the Revolution of the Heavenly Spheres). The 1543 manuscript boldly declared that the sun, not the Earth, was the center of the “Heavenly Spheres.” This is obvious today, but in Copernicus’ time it was heresy because his new cosmology was at odds with an “infallible” Church, which had declared the Earth to be the center of God’s

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