Even the cells of your body are affected by your thoughts! So, join me for four weeks in reading and discussing “The Biology of Belief” by Bruce H. Lipton, PhD.
We start Wednesday, September 14th at 11.00 a.m. (Eastern Daylight Time USA).
Each week we discuss two chapters – particularly on “how do we put this into practice?“.
So, what does Dr Lipton cover in this book?
- Lessons from the Petri Dish: In praise of smart cells and smart students
- It’s the Environment, Stupid
- The Magical Membrane
- The New Physics: Planting both feet firmly on thin air
- Biology and Belief
- Growth and Protection
- Conscious Parenting: Parents as Genetic Engineers
- Epilogue: Spirit & Science
Details for the book club:
You can find out full details in the Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bookclubbethgraycoach
The best part – the book club is free! Except you must purchase or otherwise acquire the book, you will invest your time and energy into reading and discussions.
In the Facebook Group, you will also find additional resources and a community of like-minded souls that you can share your thoughts and learnings with.
Why “The Biology of Belief”?
This year I’ve read all over the place – mostly about different types of healing (trauma, forgiveness & letting go, and physical healing). I’m constantly interested in learning more (and applying) the science of how our thoughts create our lives.
Lipton says that even your body’s cells are affected by your thoughts. While it’s true that your personality creates your personal reality (Dr. Joe Dispenza), your personal reality is constantly interacting to recreate your personality. Your thoughts create your life, and yet your life impacts what you think.
So, I’m curious to dive into Lipton’s presentation on unleashing the power of consciousness, matter and miracles.
An alternative later this year: re-reading The Biology of Belief.
Later this fall, I am offering a second group at a different time of day to read and discuss this book. I realise that not everyone has availability in the mornings and that the time I’ve picked might not work for many.
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