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Living Through Our Beliefs (Video)

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Bruce Lipton, Cell Biologist and author of Biology of Belief, shares an inspiring interview about the nature of our reality and the impact our thoughts have on our genes, as well as how perceptions become the chemistry of our body. I wanted to share this because his message is the heart of what my work is all about.

The video is put out by E-Motion Health, a team dedicated to raising human consciousness. In the video, Bruce gives a personal example which illustrates the main point in his latest book, The Honeymoon Effect.

“I tried for fifteen years to write the book, and every time I got halfway through the book, it would peter out and then I realized it was because my subconscious had a fear. At the time, I was a respected scientist and I thought, ‘If you write this book and you bring in consciousness and spirit into the book, all your colleagues are going to shun you.’

So my subconscious was doing me a favor, it said ‘You don’t want to do this, because this will invalidate you, like kill you,’ so my subconscious programming – working 95% of the day – would sabotage the writing.

What I ended up doing was changing the belief about that and then the book came out. It just flowed right out.”

Here is the 30 minute video. The interview begins a minute into it. Please enjoy!