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Dr. Bruce Lipton – Epigenetics

Unconscious Beliefs or Our Unconscious Programming

There is more to belief as we understand it. We moved from an era of spirituality to an era of science. First, we ruled our life by the idea that everything that happens is the will of a higher force. That belief was supposed to be the answer to all our questions. As the times changed, we started to rely more and more on science; we only believe what we can prove or see, and whatever can not be seen or explained simply does not exist.

Dr Bruce Lipton and his innovative ideas

Dr. Bruce Lipton understood life differently; there is a strong connection between belief and science. Now, we know that genes do not control biology and that the way we perceive the world is a significant factor in our health condition, who we are and what we feel.

As humans, we are made of proteins. Science says that we have about 100.000 proteins in our body, and these proteins hold the DNA that makes us who we are. This assumption also meant that we are victims of our genetics, and that there is little that we can do to change our life.

However, scientists like Dr. Lipton discovered that when the genes are removed from a cell, the cell continues to live for over 2 months before they die. This means that the genes are not the brain of the cell and the DNA is simply the blueprint, but not the architect of the human body.

“Suddenly I realized that a cell's life is controlled by the physical and energetic environment and not by its genes. Genes are simply molecular blueprints used in the construction of cells, tissues, and organs. The environment serves as a ``contractor`` who reads and engages those genetic blueprints and is ultimately responsible for the character of a cell's life. It is a single cell's ``awareness`` of the environment, not its genes, that sets into motion the mechanisms of life.”― Bruce H. Lipton, The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter and Miracles

Who is, then, responsible of who and what we are?

The membrane of the cell is covered in hundreds of thousands of receptor proteins that receive different signals from the environment, and they send that information to the cell. When the receptor proteins get in contact with a chemical messenger (like a hormone or a neurotransmitter), they activate effector proteins inside the cell. This triggers a multitude of chemical reactions inside the cell that end up in the nucleus, where the DNA is opened up. A new protein can be made during this process, depending on the chemical reaction.

The genes depend on their interactions with proteins, and they can suffer changes depending on the proteins that they get in contact with.

This means that the environment influences not only who we are, but also what genetic inheritance we give to our children.

Our brain has the ability to choose what hormones and chemicals are being released into our body. When we feel love, our brain releases oxytocin and it makes us feel good and fulfilled. On the other hand, when we have negative thoughts or perceptions our brain releases cortisol, which makes us feel worried and scared.

But what if we learn how to adjust our thoughts and therefore adjust the chemicals that are released by our brain?

Epigenetics give us the chance to understand that we are not victims of our genetics, and that we have the ability to control our body in ways that we did not think as possible. By changing the way we perceive the world and the way we feel about ourselves, we can not only improve our overall health but we can also cure chronic conditions, we can eliminate the need for the majority of the drugs and we can choose what genes to gift to our children.

The power of our mind is endless, and it’s time to learn how to gain control on our fate.

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