Bruce H. Lipton

One of the first papers I wrote at the University of Wisconsin, in 1977, was on stem cells. I realized that if I changed the environment that these cells were in, I could turn the cells into bone, and if I changed the environment a bit more, they would form fat cells.

“One of the first papers I wrote at the University of Wisconsin, in 1977, was on stem cells. I realized that if I changed the … Read More

People don’t even recognize who the Founding Fathers of the United States were. They were exceptional human beings – when you signed the Declaration of Independence, that was a death warrant they signed their name to. You have to have courage to put your name on a death warrant against the most powerful nation in the world at that time. And yet, we didn’t honor who they really were. They were deists. They lived an enlightened belief system.

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One myth-perception is our continued emphasis of a Newtonian materialistic world, which by definition emphasizes the primacy of matter and somewhat ignores or minimizes the influence of the immaterial part of the universe.

“One myth-perception is our continued emphasis of a Newtonian materialistic world, which by definition emphasizes the primacy of matter and somewhat ignores or minimizes the … Read More

We look at the human body as a biochemical machine controlled by genes and therefore we see a mechanical aspect to life and then try to understand the nature of mechanics by looking at how the physical parts interact with each other. If you want to understand life you just look at it as a whole series of interactive chemical reactions. What we are leaving out is the invisible elements, the contributions of the invisible world, which are emphasized in the nature of quantum mechanics. Matter is energy and is a primary factor that must be considered because everything is ultimately energy.

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We look at the human body as a biochemical machine controlled by genes and therefore we see a mechanical aspect to life and then try to understand the nature of mechanics by looking at how the physical parts interact with each other, so that’s biochemistry.

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Basically these are beliefs about apocalypse that we have seen as truth in Western civilization for the last couple of hundred years. So we live according to these “truths” and as a result manifesting a life using those beliefs, which can be very self-destructive.

“Basically these are beliefs about apocalypse that we have seen as truth in Western civilization for the last couple of hundred years. So we live … Read More

Since the conventional belief about human embryology is that genes control the development of the fetus, the mother’s role in her child’s gestation is deemed to be not much more than providing nutrition, feeding her child.

“Since the conventional belief about human embryology is that genes control the development of the fetus, the mother’s role in her child’s gestation is deemed … Read More