In his book, The Biology of Belief, Bruce Lipton speaks of scientific studies he performed on identical cells which were placed into separate dishes. Some grew fat, some muscle and some bone tissue. What he learned was that it is the environment, not the genes, that determined the results. Cells with negative results became healthy when removed from a negative environment.
We have what is called epigenetic control.
Genes and DNA do not control our biology, DNA is controlled from outside the cells.
We are told that diseases are passed on genetically, and yet studies have shown that children who have been adopted share the same weaknesses as their adoptive parents. When we have a stressful lifestyle our flight or fright mechanism runs overtime lowering the immune system.
The American Cancer Society tells us that more of us will get cancer, we are filled with fear that our children will die from the latest viral epidemic, throw in Darwinâ€™s survival of the fittest and you have a recipe for failure. The bottom line is that everything is mental.
We are programmed in the first 6 years of our life in beta, recording everything around us. What we end up with is 95% subconsciousness and 5% consciousness.
The truth is that we each create our own reality but if all the negative programming we receive is relatively unknown to us on our level of consciousness we are basically living someone elseâ€™s hell.
Dr. Bruce Lipton
In 1973 he taught anatomy as an Assistant Professor at the University of Wisconsin School Of Medicine before coming to St. George's University School of Medicine, where he became a Professor of Anatomy for 3 years. From 1987 to 1992 he was involved in research at Penn State and Stanford University Medical Center. Since 1993 he has been teaching in non-tenure positions at different universities.