Bruce Lipton is an internationally recognized stem cell biologist, author of The Biology of Belief, and leader in bridging science and spirit. Bruce has proven ones ability to create a life you love through consciousness, repetition and habit-forming, and believes that negative beliefs lead to a negative reality.

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We If the function of the mind is to create coherence between our reality and our beliefs, it is no wonder that those who believe they are sick or think negative thoughts, continue to manifest this negative atmosphere. This can impact your relationships, health, and ability to experience joy in the world. Bruce works to open peoples minds about their ability to manifest what you desire in your life through intentional statements.

Today Bruce walks us through the critical programming that happens between the last trimester of pregnancy and age seven, the function of our conscious and subconscious minds, and how to release your negative programming by integrating both hemispheres of your brain. If you change your programming you can manifest your life into real heaven on Earth, and Bruce provides simplistic ways to change your beliefs, alter your biology, and ultimately live happier.

Your consciousness creates your life experience, and by changing your perceptive consciousness you can change the way you experience the world and your physical body.

Are you ready to let go of the negative programming you have held onto subconsciously and start living in the present? Share what you found most engaging about Bruce’s work in the comments below.

 

In This Episode

  • Harnessing the power of positive statements to manifest the life you desire
  • Understanding how programming can be passed down like genes through families
  • How to use self-hypnosis to change your subconscious programming
  • Why you should be viewing your body as a machine that can manifest Heaven
  • Ways to connect your conscious mind to your personal identity and physical body

 

Quotes

“Love and fear are both energies, but one enhances life and the other cancels life.” (7:43)

“95% of the day we are playing programs from the subconscious that we have downloaded from other people. If they are very good programs we are automatically going to create something very good. But if they are negative programs we automatically create something negative.” (25:26)

“We have got to be very careful of our thoughts because they are going to manifest. Be careful of what you wish for, you are going to get it.” (51:09)

“The experiences you are having on this planet are not accidents. They are due to your consciousness. If you don’t like the experiences you can change your consciousness and rewrite your life experiences.” (59:00)

 

Links

Bruce Lipton Website

Belief Change and Energy Psychology Modalities

The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton

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  • Jacqueline Lewis
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    YES!! I love Dr. Bruce!! Oh, what I do wish I had known so much of this years ago..better late than never! As a retired RN could have made so much difference & is so great for helping me now!!! Thank you for doing this Razi —and Dr. Bruce Lipton!!!!!!♥️

  • Lisa
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    This is the first episode I’ve listened to and it has been so uplifting . Bruce explains the information in a way that brings clarity to a topic that can be tricky to grasp and bring down to earth, and he is so funny which is a great bonus. I just loved this episode, thank you Razi and Bruce

  • Nicole
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    Thanks from my heart.
    Big hug from Italy!

    Enjoy Life!

  • James
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    While I can see the validity of the medical claims that Lipton makes regarding the subconscious mind and the conscious mind, he loses me when he tries to get pseudo philosophical and theological. Of course, he is free to believe whatever he wants to believe, but when he steps outside of his academic expertise and makes poor philosophical and epistemological claims, he does himself and his audience no favors. Making claims about heaven, organized religion and “BS” (belief systems) without academic rigor shows merely a bias that he has espoused. For the weak-minded who will accept things that he believes based upon the authority of his reputation, he does an intellectual disservice. For those who for their own reasons, many of which are good, have a conventional belief structures, he risks losing the effective communication of the primary theses that he aims to communicate. His theological claims are not the direct result of his scientific inquiry; They are impacted by it, but one does not immediately lead to the other, logically. Unless there is a direct philosophical argument that you want to make showing the necessary, logical necessity of your spiritual claims based solely upon reason – it is more respectable to keep them distinct.

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