Thursday 18 April 2013

Top Stem Cell Biologist Says "The Genes Don’t Control Life”

An Arctic Fox Photo by Antosia Fiedur
According to Bruce Lipton, the genes do not control life but rather epigenetic (above the genes) factors associated with nutrition, environmental exposure and even belief and emotion. By changing the environment of the genes, and the way you perceive things, you can change your destiny.
Bruce is a cellular biologist who is the author of “The Biology Of Belief” and “Spontaneous Evolution”.

In the video below, Bruce talks about his life, his work, and how he sees the predicament of the human race.

In the interview on GreenMed TV, Lipton states that genetically identical stem cells will behave differently when placed in varying petri dish environments. Some will develop into bone cells and others into muscle. It all will depended on the specific chemical environment, not the genetic code. After realizing this he started questioning his current believes and established knowledge in the area of genetics and how this observation relates to human body.

Next he analyzed how the chemistry in the body is controlled by subconscious mind (about 95% of our thoughts are run by our subconscious which based on our thoughts will create different chemical reactions in our body). Simply any of our thoughts and perceptions initiates chemical reactions in our body. Different chemical reaction are triggered when we have positive thoughts than when we have negative thoughts. The first creates positive chemical sate of our body supporting bodily functions and health, wheres the second suppresses certain functions and if prolonged cause permanent damage to our body and lowers immunity. Since many if not most of our thoughts are unconscious and are result of years of programing started during early childhood (most first six years of our lives), we have difficult issue ahead of us. Whatever we learn during firs six years of our lives, controls us till the end, unless we reprogram ourselves.

The solution is to deprogram and direct our thinking towards positive domain. It doesn't matter if situation is positive or bad, all we need to do is to have a positive outlook in every case to keep our body functions at its best. This itself will provide us with energy, motivation and mysterious events will start happening in our lives due to positive environment we are creating. 

Deprogramming is a process which has to be very consistent. We need to watch our thoughts and behavior and correct it all the time, until we train ourselves to react and think in the most positive way in response to every situation. Seeing glass half full as opposed to half empty is a key.

You are the master and you can change your believes to positively affect your own environment.

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  1. Excellent article. Bruce lipton is amazing and what he talks about is VERY enlightening. Thank you for sharing this. More people who live in "mainstream" need to hear this... it changes everything ...

    1. Thanks Lesly for joining and commenting. I believe that there is already large group of people even in "mainstream" who have similar ideas and believes, but are not ready yet to come forward and make it known. Only those who were close to experiences like "meeting their creator" are brave enough to speak about what ancient civilizations simply knew and understood well.

  2. Hi Bogdan!

    I have followed Bruce Lipton's research.
    Within existing biological (scientific) frame, he surely is a brave thinker.

    To gain mastery of changing beliefs is not just like that. Even those who get to know all relevant facts about a true nature of beliefs, can't do it to the fullest. People in research are given so called "samples" of their guide mastery, but to be a true master (with constant results).... ah! one must literally become what humans call God. Jesus stated: 'Many are called but few are chosen' in Matthew 22:14, and Nietche warned: "...The voice of the herd will still echo in thee. And when thou sayest, "I have no longer a conscience in common with you," then will it be a plaint and a pain

    Lo, that pain itself did the same conscience produce; and the last gleam of that conscience still gloweth on thine affliction..." I am afraid his huge labor would be a premature birth (and unfortunately, a many of great minds and theories, as in pas as now, finishes that way.)

    Thank you for sharing Bogdan. And An Arctic Fox Photo by Antosia Fiedur is excellent. I like it very much.

    1. Thanks Branka for commenting. Yes I agree with this line in the Bible. 'Many are called but few are chosen', but I also believe that it is up to you to be chosen.