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Could your thoughts be hindering your health and limiting your progress in life? In this episode, Sarah Grynberg and Bruce explore a host of crucial questions, like how we can reprogram our negative belief systems, our ability to optimise our minds and bodies for success, teaching our children how to thrive, as well as the dilemma of our world today and what we can do to salvage it.
In this episode, Bruce talks about how the field of epigenetics essentially proves that ADHD is not a so-called ‘genetic disorder’ and that nobody is predetermined to have it and in the worst-case scenario simply predisposed to it. But the power is with our minds and our ability to change our environments to better serve our individual human life experiences.
In this episode with Drew Pearlman, Bruce explains that energy is life. He asks the question: how are you spending your energy as an individual? Is it producing a return on investment? Or is it being wasted, such as in fear and anger? Think of it like an energy checkbook, since you only have a finite amount.
Listen in to hear Bruce share the secret sauce to aligning with our deepest wishes!
The audio CDs we recommend are …
Bruce Lipton’s webinar for members, October 2020
Replay from the LIVE panel featuring Arndrea King, Bruce Lipton, Rev. Michael Beckwith, moderated by HEAL director Kelly Gores.
Bruce Lipton’s webinar for members, May 2020
Love heals. Because science.
We hear this a lot, as a cliched phrase in the wellness world.
What if I told you that we have plenty of science to back it up?
On today’s episode we have the godfather and founder of epigenetics: Dr. Bruce Lipton.
NLP was specifically created in order to allow us to do magic by creating new ways of understanding how verbal and non-verbal communication affect the human brain. As such, it presents us all with the opportunity to not only communicate better with others, but also learn how to gain more control over what we considered to be automatic functions of our own neurology. Learn more.