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Tim Shurr and Bruce Lipton talk about about genes and how they should affect us and live the life of freedom and fulfillment and not as a victim of what was dictated to us. You will learn strategies on how to reprogram your mind and how to evolve into the best version of you and a whole lot more! So, listen in now and upload all these valuable belief upgrades!
In this episode of Wise Traditions, Bruce explains how we’ve been programmed and how we can change that programming—especially if it’s detrimental to our sense of self-esteem and self-worth. Without self-love, he reminds us, we look for someone else to “complete” us and this can lead to codependent relationships. On the flip side, when we are happy with ourselves, we attract happy, fulfilled people, which leads to a balanced healthy life.
Michelle and Bruce talk about how our behaviors and environment can cause changes that affect the way in which our genes work. If the possession of the gene doesn’t necessarily mean that you get the disease, but a life out of harmony can activate the gene that we don’t want to activate… what are you going to do about it? The power is in your hands!
95% percent of your life is coming from a subconscious program. Your life is a printout of your subconscious, and the things you wish, desire, and work hard for may not always be supported by the ingrained program you have. But what would your life be like if you learned that you are more powerful than you have EVER been taught? In this extraordinary episode, Abraham shares the screen with Bruce Lipton and Dr. Tara Swart to discuss how the study of science and spirituality can help us harness our minds and take back our power.
Listen to Tim Shurr and Bruce dig in to the Biology of Belief. In the 1970’s, Bruce was working on stem cell research at Stanford Medical School where he discovered that our genes are more influenced by human beliefs and one’s environment rather than by family history. That means your are not a slave to your genetic code. If cancer runs in your family, it doesn’t mean you’ll get cancer too. Instead of family history being the deciding factor, how you handle stress, what you eat, and your overall approach towards life are the driving indicators for whether you’ll contract the dis-ease.