BRUCE H LIPTON LA BIOLOGIA DE LA CREENCIA PDFJune 19, 2020
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La biología de la creencia by Bruce H. Lipton (4 star ratings)
Would you be willing to open your mind to new beliefs? How bold are you to the idea? How far liptton you stretch your thoughts? I read this book around just for the reason it had a reeeally cool book cover. Oscar Romero Hey John–I love your comment and the confirmation about how important a book title and the cover are. There are some books with very “ugly” names or …more Hey John–I love your comment and the confirmation about how important a book title and the cover are. There are some books with dd “ugly” names or unsightly covers BUT–and amazing content.
One that comes to mind is my old favorite: If you know what I mean. I do strongly recommend this book for everyone to readIn fact–I think it should be required in College–It can only do good to do so.
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Some teachers can just kill your interest in science. He reminded me of someone receiving an award for the first time and thanking everyone! He was unbridled, unguarded—unintelligent? That I was offput by his enthusiasm, is really a r Some teachers can just kill your interest in science.
That I was offput by his enthusiasm, is really a reflection on me, not him. We are subtly taught to look cool, to appear unaffected, because if we are moved by something, we might be moved into the unknown. This illusion of control seems solid, but it is death for an organism. It is static, whereas life is responsive, adaptive—dynamic. And so is Bruce Lipton.
I appreciate that he loves science and is so enthusiastic about it, while acknowledging that science is the continuing exploration of theories.
He adheres to objectivity, one of the main tenets of scientific research, but you can definitely see the twinkle in the eye behind the lens! After Lipton has given us a picture of his academic journey and his unfolding interests, questions and discoveries, he gives a very thorough explanation of the workings of the cell. His writing is well thought-out and organized. He provides extensive end notes as well as referencing other chapters in the book. He really ties everything together and gives great metaphorical examples for laypeople like me so that we can begin to understand the complex machinations, not only of the cell, but of how it is related to quantum physics and what he calls Systems Biology.
Lipton believes that the Neo-Darwinian adherence to the theory of survival of the fittest characterizes life in competition, whereas at the cellular level, there is complex communication and collaboration—strength in numbers. The world is not our enemy; it is our belief that it is that causes disease. Beliefs are our subconscious programming. Conversely, if we believe in our vitality, it will flourish. While the segue was a little abrupt, I believe that the implication is that our consciousness can change the future and that we must start with ourselves and our children.
He states how difficult it is to change subconsciously acquired habits and beliefs. So, how do we do it? How do we change our subconscious programming? Unfortunately, Bruce Lipton is not a psychologist.
It is not in the last chapter or the Epilogue—but after that—in the Addendum, that the reader is merely referred to someone who is a psychologist and practices something called PSYCH-K.
Though The Biology of Belief was a very good book so deliciously over my head that it deserves a second read and so well-referenced throughout—it leaves me shocked that it led to this singular reference on the application of his ideas.
But I sense that Bruce Lipton is a seeker, and perhaps his continuing research and collaboration will prove ever more fruitful. He does have an audio cd coming out in October entitled, Spontaneous Evolution.
Doctors, hypnotists, anyone interested in the power of prayer.
Outstanding presentation of the science behind positive subconscious programming! Written by a cellular biologist, Dr. Lipton presents a very strong case for why the cell’s membrane runs the show and how we directly influence those membranes with our minds. Too involved to write much more about it here Must Read – Okay, it IS a science book, but it was really interesting! The author is a liphon scientist, and by understanding cells and quantum physics, he u out to show that our beliefs really do change our biology.
I think he does a good job. This also makes a case for why alternative and eastern medicine works, based on energy. He writes in a way that is easy to read in spite of the scientific content. There is a chapter on parenting, and the effect btuce parents’ beliefs and messages have on children b Okay, it IS a science book, but it was really interesting!
There is a chapter on parenting, and the effect that parents’ beliefs and messages have on children born and unbornso I hope I was thinking good thoughts when I was responsible for another life!
Bruce Lipton, certainly has the educational and professional background to deliver this new information. He taught buologia two medical schools and performed some of his cell research at Stanford University. Lipton includes in these pages. Lipton begins his treatment of the subject on the right foot: He also discusses at length his dissatisfaction with the dominant paradigm in his profession.
It is widely accepted in the scientific community that DNA pretty much rules the roost, so to speak. This is the paradigm that Lipton argues against. In order biologiz solidify his point with his readers, later in the book, Lipton has to explain the foundation of his subject, so he discusses at length DNA, cellular proteins, cell biology, and a new field of scientific inquiry called epigenetics. However, Lipton has to talk about it lw does so using language that most readers will easily understand in order to get to the topic in Chapter 3: The nucleus contains all genetic material, so this makes sense.
Quantum mechanics deals with matter at the sub-atomic level. Remember learning about atoms in school? If ee answered protons, electrons, and neutrons, you are correct! If you said positively, negatively, or neutrally charged particles, you liptpn correct again. If not, well, life goes on. The point is this: So, at the atomic level, human beings, along with everything else, is composed of energy. Because our biology is based on energy at the lippton level, human beings have the power to manipulate their biology for their own good by learning to manipulate that energy.
In order to avoid giving away the rest of the story, I will conclude my review here. Overall, Lipton proved his point and piqued my curiosity. The book is well written and follows a thought process that is easy to follow. Oh, and lipto thing, you do not need to brush up on physics or cell biology to creenci through this book. I would suggest this book to anyone, whether you are a skeptic or a believer in alternative healing methods.
La biología de la creencia
In a world that requires major medical innovations, alternative healing methods may be exactly what the doctor ordered. Bruce Lipton may, by the final page, make you a believer. I want to shove this book in Ritchie Shoemaker’s face, but then again I think he helped a lot of us with dreaded genes realize we have to work a lot harder to regain our health. And no that’s not a bad thing. This is one of those books that I would shamelessly recommend to any of my med school friends to nudge a healthy dose of skepticism into lifetimes that will be largely involved with genetic engineering, aka the future of the medical-pharmaceutical complex When is someone gonna make Fog of I want to shove this book in Ritchie Shoemaker’s face, but then again I think he helped a lot of us with dreaded genes realize we have to work a lot harder to regain our health.
This is one of those books that I would shamelessly recommend to any of my med school friends to nudge a healthy dose of skepticism into lifetimes that will be largely involved with genetic engineering, aka the future of the medical-pharmaceutical complex When is someone gonna make Fog of Medicine?
Lipton called it, we’re in the midst of a “cosmic joke” or in plainer terms, a universal paradox.
Even the brightest of scientists and doctors are buying into the idea that we are our genes, and that our lot is written at conception. Lipton used to be a med school professor and researcher at U of Wisconsin and Liptton for 20 years. This meshes well with terrain-based infectious theories of Bechamp, Rife, Enderlein etc.
Change the signals, change your genetic expression. Every genetic code has 30, different possible expressions, and we’re busy trying to splice into the blueprint rather than trying to effect positive expression? One of my favorite Lipton analogies: