The Biology Of Belief

A difficult to comprehend book.  I was listening to the lectures of Wane Dayer in which he refers to this book and shows his admiration for it. That was the reason I bought this book.

Bruce Lipton  is a cell biologist, who has been researching cells for over 25 years. Through the research of Dr Lipton and other leading-edge scientists, stunning new discoveries have been made about the interaction between our mind and body and the processes by which cells receive information. It shows that genes and DNA do not control our biology, that instead DNA is controlled by signals from outside the cell, including the energetic messages emanating from our thoughts. He gives few scientific proves for these theories  and also rebels against the dogma scientist hold these days about the evolution theory ( The survival of the fittest  ) is not  as accurate as it learned to us.

It was quite difficult to understand the scientific aspects of the book. Bruce makes a switch in this book from scientific evidences to  practical side  of our thought process. He  emphasis how important it is to “control” or thoughts, because they  our continuously shaping our  life’s and life of the society in which we are living .

All in all a nice read but difficult to grasp material, maybe I have to read it one more time to really understand him!

 

2 thoughts on “The Biology Of Belief

  1. We have our choice and willpower, but there are lot of things where it “seems” we do because we have no choice over them, they seems mechanical programmed habits.

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