Genes Are Not Your Destiny

Genes are not your destiny We’re programmed from youth, much like a computer, to believe that we don’t have a great deal of control over what happens to us in our lives. This is especially true when it comes to our health. We are led to believe that Western medicine is in charge of our treatments, and without their guidance, we cannot heal. We are also told that our genes, coupled with our environment, control our health.

While the enlightened among us may accept the truth that we have control over nearly every aspect of our lives, health is where we may still feel disempowered. After all, it is true that you don’t have control over your heritage. That being said, this doesn’t mean that your genes have more control over your health than you do.

The reality is we do have control over our genes! We are not the victims of our hereditary or the environment. Groundbreaking research led by best-selling author, stem cell biologist and thought leader Bruce Lipton is transforming our perception of how our health expectations can transcend perceived limitations, including those allegedly imposed by genes. His research is one of the greatest examples of the worlds of science and spirit connecting in a unified theory.

Dr. Lipton’s discoveries began with his pioneering research on cloned human stem cells. Later serving as a Research Fellow in the Department of Pathology at Stanford University’s School of Medicine, their research opened the door to understanding how the mind controls behavior and genetic activity through biochemical pathways. In other words, our perceptions and beliefs can control not just our behavior but also our genetic activity. His discoveries, backed by strong evidence garnered through rigorous research, challenge the established view that life is purely controlled by genes. His findings laid the foundation for today’s revolutionary new field of Epigenetics.

Epigenetics involves the study of the cellular and physiological traits that turn the expression of our genes off and on, therefore defining how our cells read and express those genes. The outer layer of the cell actually acts as the brain of the cell, impacting the cellular functions based on the environment.

However, his research determined that our thoughts and beliefs can impact that environment just as much as its physical surroundings.

Epigenetics is a way of viewing cellular biology through the lens of quantum physics. Dr. Lipton has used the discovery of this remarkable new field to transform his reality, from his physical health to his personal and professional life. He now shares his knowledge with others to empower them to do the same.

In his groundbreaking book, The Biology of Belief Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D., discusses his research which profoundly changes our understanding of life and our genes. It is not our DNA that controls our biology. In fact, our DNA is controlled from outside the cell by signals and energetic messages originating from our positive and negative thoughts.

Dr. Lipton’s work has been acclaimed as a key breakthrough – we can, in fact, change our bodies by changing our thinking! Dr. Lipton goes on to tell us that there are numerous methods for effectively changing our limiting thoughts, adding that his favorite is a process called PSYCH-K.

Are you ready to see what’s possible for you - to take back your control and empower your healing?

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More About Bruce Lipton

Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D., is a stem cell biologist, the bestselling author of The Biology of Belief, Spontaneous Evolution and The Honeymoon Effect.   He served as Associate Professor of Anatomy in the School of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin (Madison, 1973-1982). In the medical curriculum, Bruce lectured in Cell Biology, Histology, and Embryology.

His pioneering research on cloned human stem cells presaged today’s revolutionary new field of Epigenetics. Dr. Lipton later served as a Research Fellow in the Department of Pathology at Stanford University’s School of Medicine (1987-1992). Groundbreaking research at Stanford revealed the nature of the biochemical pathways by which the mind (perceptions/beliefs) controls behavior and genetic activity.

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For more information about PSYCH-K, click here.