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The Honeymoon Effect: The Science of Creating Heaven on Earth Paperback – April 1, 2014
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"One of my favorite reads ever."
- Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, author of Wishes Fulfilled
"Bruce Lipton has written the single best book on love - both personal and planetar - that I've ever read."
- Joan Borysenko, author of Minding the Body, Medning the Mind --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
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Lipton stresses the importance of "trusting our vibes". I liked how he gave examples from his own life. In one chapter he tells how he had a bad feeling about a "predator" neighbor while living on Barbados. When a job transfer came through to another island Lipton was relieved - he'd get away from that neighbor once and for all! He was surprised when the neighbor volunteered to help him move. After getting assistance loading his belongings from his new friend, Lipton thought to himself "maybe this guy wasn't so bad after all" as he left on a plane trip. When Lipton returned he found his neighbor had cancelled Lipton's move with the shipping company, and had stolen all of Lipton's household goods! "The loss of all my possessions was a painful lesson for me about the importance of trusting `bad vibes' and `good vibes'," Lipton writes.
Most of the examples Lipton gives in his book are related to romantic relationships. "When it comes to partners, there are suddenly four instead of two minds involved," he writes. "And these two extra subconscious minds can wreak havoc on Happily-Ever-After relationships." The Honeymoon Effect is full of strategies to deprogram those unhealthy messages that come from our subconscious minds.
While I valued Lipton's insights, I suspect the average reader will find it difficult to change the programming of his or her subconscious just by reading the book. Lipton encourages readers to followup on his suggestions. "There is no one tool that fits all people," he says. "If one of the processes listed in the appendix doesn't work, don't give up; try another one!" he adds. I think the Honeymoon Effect is best used as a guide for the reader to explore different healing methods.
The book ends on a hopeful note - we CAN change the programming of our subconscious minds. "By manifesting the life you choose, not the life you were programmed by your family to lead, you can have it all," Lipton writes. The Honeymoon Effect reminded me of how those messages I received in childhood still affect me today, and encouraged me to continue to work on changing those thoughts.
I received a complementary copy of this book from Hay House for review purposes. The opinions are completely my own based on my experience.
He tells us again and again, that we are NOT
determined by our DNA. That there may be possibilities
that exist, but it is the inputs to the DNA which
allow it to manifest. So if we keep clear of
pollution and use our thoughts well we will not
be influenced by the DNA in a negative way. This
is the summary, but listen to him !
In short, this book talks about Presence (similar to Eckhart Tolle) but in a different language, and combines some of the same basic teachings in works by Joe Dispenza and Greg Braden.
This is a great book in that it takes rather esoteric ideas and explains them in a down to earth manner via the language of Biology that is easy to understand for westerners, and easy to implement. These ideas work, but you must apply them, not for a week, but for a lifetime.
Paying attention is like brushing your teeth, you do it every day, not just when you feel like it.