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The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter, & Miracles Paperback – November 30, 2007
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The long sought after missing link between life and consciousness; The Biology of Belief will become a cornerstone for the science of the new millennium. Gregg Braden --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D. is an internationally recognized authority in bridging science and spirit and a leading voice in new biology. A cell biologist by training, he taught at the University of Wisconsin’s School of Medicine, and later performed pioneering studies at Stanford University. Author of The Biology of Belief, he has been a guest speaker on hundreds of TV and radio shows, as well as keynote presenter for national and international conferences.
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There was some good information in it, and it was easy to read.
The book had one sentence in it about reincarnation being when two
different bodies had the same cellular attributes that I thought was silly.
Other than that, it was a very good book.
We learn that the quantum theory proponents may finally be gaining a foothold in the traditionally entrenched scientific community and their stubborn adherence to a material concept of physics (Newtonian). Dr. Lipton sees us as part of a whole (the metaphorical drops of water in the great cosmic ocean); we are a universal melting pot, (ie, the planet, the stars, the earth and all living creatures dependent upon it, are all made up of energy AND matter), and that this knowledge may ultimately save our planet and our species from extinction as we begin to move toward a more spiritual understanding of our place in the universal order.
In his discussion of Western medicine vs. Eastern energy healing, he rightly suggests that Western society has ignored the benefits of Eastern healing techniques to our detriment for centuries: “For thousands of years,” he writes, “. . . Asians have honored energy as the principal force contributing to health and well- being.” (Lipton 108)
He talks about the dangerous and adverse effects of drugs and how belief can heal or harm, how fear and anxiety can kill. Most informative in this section is the discussion of parenting—how important parenting is -- even before birth.
Our universe and everything in it, Lipton say, is made up of energy – a fact that Einstein recognized but the medical profession has ignored until recently. Thus, in the quantum universe, knowledge flows holistically rather than linearly, as in the Newtonian paradigm. It is therefore incumbent upon us to learn to live in harmony with the “natural order” rather than to impose dominion over all living things.
We are in the midst of a mass extinction says Dr. Lipton, one in a series of six and created by greed for natural resources and material things as well as an early abandonment of “spirit” in our evolutionary history. This loss of “connectedness” to spirit was caused, he says, by a desire of the scientific community to create distance from itself and the controlling factions of the early church. If human kind acts to reverse our trend towards the earth’s destruction, we may avoid another planetary catastrophe.
I found the book an engaging and enlightening read. Four Stars -
Sue McGhee, author of “When the Eagle Flies with the Condor.”